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In order to get accurate costing on a product then indirect costs would need to be allocated. Under the JIT approach a manufactured wants to get an accurate feel on what it would cost to make a product. So how would a business allocated indirect costs like insurance, maintenance, depreciation or corporate overhead costs? 2. How would joint costs, common costs, or opportunity costs impact a incremental analysis decision? Would any of these costs be considered in incremental analysis? Why?

In order to get accurate costing on a product then indirect costs would need to be allocated. Under the JIT approach a manufactured wants to get an accurate feel on what it would cost to make a product. So how would a business allocated indirect costs like insurance, maintenance, depreciation or corporate overhead costs? 2. How would joint costs, common costs, or opportunity costs impact a incremental analysis decision? Would any of these costs be considered in incremental analysis? Why?

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