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Question difference Between Cost Accounting and Financial Accounting?
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Under Cost Accounting the correct per unit cost of
Manufactured goods or services can be determined and the
future estimated costs of goods can be known while
Financial Accounting shows the the total Profit/Loss and
economic position of a business at the end of the year.

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