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PowerPoint Presentation for the Introduction of Nature of Costs

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Create a 10-20 slide PowerPoint presentation describing what you have learned from each chapter of this course so far. Be creative!

Lesson 1: Introduction; the Nature of Costs
Lesson 2: Opportunity Cost of Capital and Capital Budgeting; Organizational Architecture
Lesson 3: Responsibility Accounting and Transfer Pricing; Budgeting
Lesson 4: Cost Allocation: Theory; Cost Allocation: Practices
Lesson 5: Absorption Cost Systems
Lesson 6: Criticisms of Absorption Cost Systems: Incentive to Overproduce; Criticisms of Absorption Cost Systems: Inaccurate Product Costs
Lesson 7: Standard Costs: Direct labor and Materials

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Introduction (Cover slide)
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Information should be in PowerPoint format.

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