Absorption Costing

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What is absorption costing?
A method of costing a product in which all fixed, and variable costs are apportioned to cost centers where they are accounted for using absorption rates. This method ensures that all incurred costs are recovered from the selling price of a good or service. Also called full absorption costing.
See also Direct Costing, Marginal Costing.

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