Raises several questions of cost accounting in nonprofit organizations. Students must (a) decide on a cost object, (b) decide on cost centers, determine (c), which cost centers should service centers are and what mission centers, (d) determine how some costs should be distributed to cost centers, (e ) on means for allocating service centers, centers for mission, and (f) to calculate prices for the customers, “by”. different cost centers

Raises several questions of cost accounting in nonprofit organizations. Students must (a) decide on a cost object, (b) decide on cost centers, determine (c), which cost centers should service centers are and what mission centers, (d) determine how some costs should be distributed to cost centers, (e ) on means for allocating service centers, centers for mission, and (f) to calculate prices for the customers, “by”. different cost centers
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David W. Young
Source: The Crimson Group
3 pages.
Release date: 30 June 2012. Prod #: TCG211-PDF-ENG
Harbor City Community Center HBR case solution