Cost and performance accounting (KLR; also cost and revenue accounting (KER), cost accounting (KoRe) or operating result accounting) is a field of business administration. The main purpose of cost and performance accounting is to provide internal information for the short-term planning of costs and revenues and their control. As part of internal accounting, cost accounting is hardly subject to legal regulations in comparison to financial accounting.
Cost accounting comes up in this blog.
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