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Solution Manual for Introduction to Management Accounting 15th Edition by Charles T. Horngren

Solution Manual for Introduction to Management Accounting 15th Edition by Charles T. Horngren

For MBA-level managerial accounting courses. An essential tool for understanding how to make effective economic decisions. In today’s troubled economy, it’s important to show students how managerial decisions can affect business costs. Introduction to Management Accounting helps to enhance students’ ability to make effective economic decisions by encouraging them to understand the inner-workings of the concepts, rather than solely focusing on technique memorization. Overall, this text describes both theory and common practices in a way that will help students produce information that’s useful in day-to-day decision-making. The fifteenth edition includes new and revised material on real-businesses and ethics.

 

Preface
xvi
Acknowledgements
xx
PART 1 Focus on Decision Making
Managerial Accounting, the Business Organization, and Professional Ethics
2(32)
Starbucks
2(1)
Accounting and Decision Making
3(3)
Cost-Benefit and Behavioral Considerations
6(1)
The Management Process and Accounting
7(2)
Planning and Control for Product Life Cycles and the Value Chain
9(2)
Accounting’s Position in the Organization
11(3)
Management Accounting and Your Career
14(1)
Adaptation to Change
14(3)
Ethical Conduct for Professional Accountants
17(17)
Accounting Vocabulary
23(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
24(2)
Additional Assignment Material
26(8)
Introduction to Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume Relationships
34(46)
Boeing Company
34(1)
Identifying Resources, Activities, Costs, and Cost Drivers
35(2)
Variable- and Fixed-Cost Behavior
37(5)
Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
42(10)
Additional Uses of Cost-Volume Analysis
52(3)
Nonprofit Application
55(2)
Sales-Mix Analysis
57(1)
Impact of Income Taxes
58(22)
Accounting Vocabulary
60(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
60(2)
Additional Assignment Material
62(18)
Measurement of Cost Behavior
80(40)
America West
80(1)
Cost Drivers and Cost Behavior
81(2)
Management Influence on Cost Behavior
83(2)
Cost Functions
85(3)
Methods of Measuring Cost Functions
88(9)
Use and Interpretation of Least-Squares Regression
97(1)
Regression Analysis Procedures
97(23)
Accounting Vocabulary
101(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
101(2)
Additional Assignment Material
103(17)
Cost Management Systems and Activity-Based Costing
120(58)
Dell
120(1)
Cost Management Systems
121(1)
Cost Accounting Systems
122(2)
Cost Terms Used for Strategic Decision Making and Operational Control Purposes
124(5)
Cost Terms Used for External Reporting Purposes
129(4)
Traditional and Activity-Based Cost Accounting Systems
133(7)
Activity-Based Management: A Cost Management System Tool
140(3)
Detailed Illustration of Traditional and Activity-Based Cost Accounting Systems
143(35)
Accounting Vocabulary
152(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
152(6)
Additional Assignment Material
158(20)
Relevant Information for Decision Making with a Focus on Pricing Decisions
178(44)
Grand Canyon Railway
178(1)
The Concept of Relevance
179(5)
Pricing Special Sales Orders
184(5)
Basic Principles for Pricing Decisions
189(3)
General Influences on Pricing in Practice
192(1)
Cost-Plus Pricing
192(6)
Target Costing
198(24)
Accounting Vocabulary
202(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
202(4)
Additional Assignment Material
206(16)
Relevant Information for Decision Making with a Focus on Operational Decisions
222(42)
Nantucket Nectars
222(1)
Analyzing Relevant Information: Focusing on the Future and Differential Attributes
223(2)
Make-or-Buy Decisions
225(5)
Deletion or Addition of Products, Services, or Departments
230(2)
Optimal Use of Limited Resources: Product-Mix Decisions
232(2)
Joint Product Costs: Sell or Process Further Decisions
234(2)
Keeping or Replacing Equipment
236(2)
Identify Irrelevant or Misspecified Costs
238(2)
Conflicts Between Decision Making and Performance Evaluation
240(24)
Accounting Vocabulary
242(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
242(4)
Additional Assignment Material
246(18)
PART 2 Accounting for Planning and Control
Introduction to Budgets and Preparing the Master Budget
264(40)
Ritz-Carlton
264(1)
Budgets and the Organization
265(6)
Types of Budgets
271(2)
Preparing the Master Budget
273(11)
Budgets as Financial Planning Models
284(2)
Use of Spreadsheet Models for Sensitivity Analysis
286(18)
Accounting Vocabulary
288(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
288(2)
Additional Assignment Material
290(14)
Flexible Budgets and Variance Analysis
304(42)
McDonald’s
304(1)
Using Budgets and Variances to Evaluate Results
305(5)
Isolating the Causes of Variances
310(6)
Flexible-Budget Variances in Detail
316(6)
Overhead Variances
322(24)
Accounting Vocabulary
325(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
326(2)
Additional Assignment Material
328(18)
Management Control Systems and Responsibility Accounting
346(38)
Health Net
346(1)
Management Control Systems
347(1)
Management Control Systems and Organizational Goals
347(2)
Designing Management Control Systems
349(5)
Controllability and Measurement of Financial Performance
354(5)
Measurement of Nonfinancial Performance
359(5)
The Balanced Scorecard
364(2)
Management Control Systems in Service, Government, and Nonprofit Organizations
366(1)
Future of Management Control Systems
367(17)
Accounting Vocabulary
369(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
369(3)
Additional Assignment Material
372(12)
Management Control in Decentralized Organizations
384(42)
NIKE
38(347)
Centralization Versus Decentralization
385(2)
Performance Metrics and Management Control
387(3)
Measures of Profitability
390(1)
Economic Profit or Economic Value Added (EVA)
391(2)
ROI or Economic Profit?
393(3)
A Closer Look at Invested Capital
396(1)
Transfer Pricing
397(9)
Keys to Successful Management Control Systems
406(20)
Accounting Vocabulary
409(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
409(3)
Additional Assignment Material
412(14)
PART 3 Capital Budgeting
Capital Budgeting
426(46)
Toyota Motor Corporation
426(1)
Capital Budgeting for Programs or Projects
427(1)
Discounted-Cash-Flow Models
427(4)
Sensitivity Analysis and Risk Assessment in DCF Models
431(1)
The NPV Comparison of Two Projects
432(4)
Income Taxes and Capital Budgeting
436(7)
Confusion About Depreciation
443(1)
Other Models for Analyzing Long-Range Decisions
444(2)
Performance Evaluation
446(2)
Capital Budgeting and Inflation
448(1)
Watch for Consistency
448(1)
Role of Depreciation
449(23)
Accounting Vocabulary
451(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
451(3)
Additional Assignment Material
454(18)
PART 4 Product Costing
Cost Allocation
472(60)
L.A. Darling
472(1)
A General Framework for Cost Allocation
473(3)
Allocation of Service Department Costs
476(6)
Allocation of Costs to Product or Service Cost Objects
482(5)
An ABC Approach
487(2)
Allocation of Costs to Customer Cost Objects to Determine Customer Profitability
489(9)
Allocation of Central Corporate Support Costs
498(1)
Allocation of Joint Costs and By-Product Costs
499(3)
Multistage ABC (MSABC) Systems
502(1)
Key Attributes of Multistage ABC Systems
502(30)
Accounting Vocabulary
509(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
509(2)
Additional Assignment Material
511(21)
Accounting for Overhead Costs
532(44)
DELL
532(1)
Accounting for Factory Overhead
533(1)
Illustration of Overhead Application
534(2)
Problems of Overhead Application
536(3)
Variable Versus Absorption Costing
539(5)
Fixed Overhead and Absorption Costs of Product
544(4)
Effect of Other Variances
548(4)
Comparisons of Production-Volume Variance with Other Variances
552(24)
Accounting Vocabulary
554(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
554(3)
Additional Assignment Material
557(19)
Job-Order Costing and Process-Costing Systems
576(40)
Jelly Belly
576(1)
Distinction Between Job-Order Costing and Process Costing
577(1)
Illustration of Job Costing
577(5)
Activity-Based Costing/Management in a Job-Costing Environment
582(3)
Job Costing in Service and Nonprofit Organizations
585(1)
Process Costing Basics
586(5)
Application of Process Costing
591(1)
Physical Units and Equivalent Units (Steps 1 and 2)
591(1)
Calculation of Product Costs (Steps 3 to 5)
592(2)
Effects of Beginning Inventories
594(4)
Process Costing in a JIT System: Backflush Costing
598(18)
Accounting Vocabulary
601(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
601(3)
Additional Assignment Material
604(12)
PART 5 Basic Financial Accounting
Basic Accountin: Concepts, Techniques, and Conventions
616(42)
General Mills
616(1)
The Need for Accounting
617(1)
Financial Statements—Balance Sheet and Income Statement
617(5)
Accrual Basis and Cash Basis
622(1)
Adjustments to the Accounts
623(1)
Expiration of Unexpired Costs
623(4)
Recognition (Earning) of Unearned Revenues
627(1)
Accrual of Unrecorded Expenses
627(2)
Accrual of Unrecorded Revenues
629(1)
Dividends and Retained Earnings
630(1)
Preparing Financial Statements
631(1)
Sole Proprietorships and Partnerships
632(1)
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
633(3)
Three Measurement Principles
636(3)
Additional Accounting Concepts
639(1)
The Continuity or Going Concern Convention
639(1)
Relevance and Faithful Representation
639(1)
Materiality
640(1)
Conservatism Convention
640(1)
Cost-Benefit
641(1)
Using Ledger Accounts
641(1)
The Account
641(1)
General Ledger
642(1)
Debits and Credits
642(16)
Accounting Vocabulary
644(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
645(2)
Additional Assignment Material
647(11)
Understanding Corporate Annual Reports: Basic Financial Statements
658(54)
NIKE
658(1)
Classified Balance Sheet
659(8)
Income Statement
667(2)
Statement of Changes in Stockholders’ Equity
669(1)
Statement of Cash Flows
670(6)
Cash Flow from Operating Activities
676(5)
Interpreting the Cash Flow Statement
681(2)
Annual Reports
683(4)
Accounting for Inventory
687(1)
Four Major Inventory Methods
688(4)
Shareholder Reporting, Income Tax Reporting, and Deferred Taxes
692(20)
Accounting Vocabulary
694(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
694(3)
Additional Assignment Material
697(15)
Understanding and Analyzing Consolidated Financial Statements
712(1)
Berkshire Hathaway
712(1)
Intercorporate Investments Including Consolidations
713(1)
Market-Value and Equity Methods
713(2)
Consolidated Financial Statements
715(2)
Recognizing Income After Acquisition
717(7)
Analysis of Financial Statements
724(2)
Component Percentages
726(1)
Uses of Ratios
727(4)
Efficient Markets and Investor Decisions
731(3)
Accounting Vocabulary
734(1)
Fundamental Assignment Material
735(4)
Additional Assignment Material
739
Appendix A: Recommended Readings
1(4)
Periodicals
1(1)
Books in Management Accounting
1(3)
Online Resources
4(1)
Appendix B: Fundamentals of Compound Interest and the Use of Present-Value Tables
5(6)
The Nature of Interest
5(6)
Appendix C: Excerpts from Form 10-K of NIKE, Inc.
11(1)
Part 1
11(15)
Management’s Annual Report on Internal Control Over Financial Reporting
26(8)
Report on Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm
26(8)
NIKE, Inc., Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements
34
Glindex
1(1)
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