Asked Dec 17, 2019

What is a joint cost ? what is a separable cost ?


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Joint cost: A joint cost is a cost incurred in a joint process. Joint costs may possibly include direct material, direct labor, and overhead costs incurred during a joint production process. A joint process is a production pro...

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