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2.3 Cost object, Direct Costs and Indirct Costs

2.3 Cost object, Direct Costs and Indirct Costs

2.3 Cost object, Direct Costs and Indirct Costs

Introduction to Cost Behavior Fixed, Mixed and Variable Costs

This video defines various types of cost behavior like fixed, mixed, variable, committed, and discretionary costs.

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Calculating Unit Cost | Online Selling Basics

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In this video I am speaking about some Online Selling Basics with a particular focus on Unit Cost. Unit cost is basically the cost of selling 1 item online. It is very important when selling online to fully understand what your unit cost is so you understand how much you need to sell your item for to make a reasonable profit. Your profit margin is calculated by subtracting your sale price by your unit cost. If you understand the basic principles of unit cost, you can save yourself a lot of hassle when selecting products to add to your inventory. Only select items that you know will have a good profit margin after you subtract your unit costs.

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Although these are some online selling basics, you would be surprised how many people sell items online at a loss and don’t realise it until it is too late. Make sure this is not you!






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Cost Of Goods Sold (COGS) explained

Cost Of Goods Sold, or COGS. This video explains Cost Of Goods Sold in an easy to understand way. We will start off with some examples of Cost Of Goods Sold from the real world, discuss how COGS relates to gross profit and inventory, review the COGS formula, and calculate Cost Of Goods Sold using both the FIFO and the LIFO methods.

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00:00 Introduction to COGS
00:25 COGS in the income statement
00:48 COGS example: Apple
01:35 Cost of revenue example: Facebook
01:55 COGS example: JNJ
02:20 COGS example: Walmart
03:05 Inventory, Cost Of Goods Sold and Gross Profit
04:21 Matching revenue and COGS
05:04 Cost Of Goods Sold journal entries
06:14 Cost of Goods Sold formula
06:39 Calculating COGS using FIFO and LIFO
09:57 COGS formula FIFO vs LIFO inventory methods

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In this tutorial I explain the difference between fixed and variable costs. I go over how they change and whether they change based on cost driver activity. I define and graph out some examples so you can see how costs change in relationship to cost driver activity.

⌚ Timestamps
0:00 Introduction
0:30 Two Types of Costs
0:55 Fixed Costs
1:15 Fixed Cost Example
2:20 Cost Driver Activity for a Fixed Cost (Total Costs)
4:10 Cost Driver Activity for a Fixed Cost (Per Unit)
6:00 Variable Costs
6:40 Cost Driver Activity for a Variable Cost (Total Costs)
8:10 Cost Driver Activity for a Variable Cost (Per Unit)
9:45 Summary of Variable and Fixed Costs

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How To Calculate The Unit Cost (the cost of 1 item)

Here you will be shown a short video which shows how to calculate the unit cost. The unit cost is the cost one item.

The unit cost can be found by dividing the amount of money by the amount of items that you’re buying.

How To Calculate The Unit Cost (the cost of 1 item)

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How to Find Unit Prices | Unit Price Problems

Welcome to How to Find Unit Prices with Mr. J! Need help with unit price problems? You’re in the right place!

Whether you’re just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the video for you if you need help with unit price (aka cost per unit). Mr. J will go through cost per unit examples and explain the steps of how to calculate unit price.

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Costs all 7 explained TFC, TVC, TC, AFC, AVC, AC and MC

Explaining what all seven costs are plus how they are calculated, using worked examples.

Costs  all 7 explained  TFC, TVC, TC, AFC, AVC, AC and MC

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2.3 Cost object, Direct Costs and Indirct Costs

2.3 Cost object, Direct Costs and Indirct Costs

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KJ First 23/08/2021 - 19:20

Oh my god you just save me 3 hours of studying thank you

liberty 23/08/2021 - 19:20

Very helpful,Thankyou so much..

Coco He 23/08/2021 - 19:20

Thank you so much!!!

S Raval 23/08/2021 - 19:20

Simply Amazing! Thanks.

Vanessa 23/08/2021 - 19:20

I am wondering about the coffee cup example. Why is the salary of the employee making the coffee considered a direct cost? Does this rest on the assumption that this employee only serves coffee? What if this employee also serves food or cleans tables, is his salary still a direct cost? Sorry for complicating.

Holly Young 23/08/2021 - 19:20

Great explanation! Thank you!

Sports For Life 23/08/2021 - 19:20

Amazing stuff 👌👌💯

Sadia Sultana 23/08/2021 - 19:20


Faisal S 23/08/2021 - 19:20

This is so helpful, thanks

mr. dumbo 23/08/2021 - 19:20

the audio is cancer lol XD XD

Daniela X 23/08/2021 - 19:20

OMG Dee, thank u so much for explaining well both costs.

Nwf 23/08/2021 - 19:20

good explanation.

Patrick Halliday 23/08/2021 - 19:20

the start was helpful

Akanksha Saini 23/08/2021 - 19:20

thanks a lot ma'am
this helped me a lot. 🙂

varun venugopal 23/08/2021 - 19:20

good explanation

Reynalyn Concepcion 23/08/2021 - 19:20

but its hard to understand

Reynalyn Concepcion 23/08/2021 - 19:20

verry nice

bijoy salahuddin 23/08/2021 - 19:20

Thanks a lot..

E S 23/08/2021 - 19:20


Leo Abady 23/08/2021 - 19:20

nice explanation

The Bader Bader 23/08/2021 - 19:20

thanks so much , it is really clear for me that is direct and indirect cost 


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