# Management Accounting MCQ questions

## Management Accounting MCQ questions

 Question 1 [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
Amount of money by which total revenues exceed breakeven revenues is classified as
 A margin of safety B margin of profit C margin of loss D margin of income
Question 1 Explanation:

Difference between Breakeven Point vs. Margin of Safety Break-even point (BEP) is the level of sales where a total of fixed and variable cost equals total revenues. In other words, the breakeven point is a level where the company neither makes profit nor loss.

Difference between Breakeven Point vs. Margin of Safety

The margin of safety is a financial ratio that measures the amount of sales that exceed the break-even point. In other words, this is the revenue earned after the company or department pays all of its fixed and variable costs associated with producing the goods or services.

Margin of Safety Formula | Ratio | Percentage | Definition

 Question 2 [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
Measures that analyze performance of a company, such as residual income, economic value added and customer satisfaction are collectively called
 A interactive control systems B belief systems C boundary systems D diagnostic control systems
Question 2 Explanation:

The following points highlight the top ten techniques of performance evaluation. The techniques are: 1.Budgetary Control and Reporting 2.Balanced Scorecard 3.Variance Analysis 4.Contribution Margin 5.Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) 6.Residual Income (RI) 7.Value Added 8.Bench Marking 9.Ratio Analysis 10.

Top 10 Techniques of Performance Evaluation

 Question 3 [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
Costs such as book value of old machines are \$25000 can be a classified as an example of
 A salvages B relevant C irrelevant D depreciated cost
Question 3 Explanation:

Sunk cost is a cost which is already incurred. It cannot be changed by any current or future action. For example if a new machine is purchased to replace an old machine; the cost of old machine would be sunk cost. Irrelevant costs are fixed costs, sunk costs, book values, etc.

Difference Between Relevant Cost and Irrelevant Cost

And the new machine are not yet acquired, so we do not have either book value or disposable price or whatever. Now if we sold the old machine right now, we would have an accounting loss of 432, why? Because the book value of the machine is 480, this is the original cost less accumulated depreciation.

5.12. Irrelevance of past costs - Activity-Based Costing (ABC

An irrelevant cost is a cost that will not change as the result of a management decision. However, the same cost may be relevant to a different management decision. Consequently, it is important to formally define and document those costs that should be excluded from consideration when reaching a decision.

Irrelevant costs — AccountingTools

 Question 4 [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
An accounting which records and measures business transactions and is followed by general accepted accounting principles is classified as
 A external accounting B internal accounting C business accounting D financial accounting
 Question 5 [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
If contribution margin is \\$15000 and units sold are 500 units, then contribution margin per unit would be
 A \$20 per unit B \$30 per unit C \$50 per unit D \$40 per unit
Question 5 Explanation:

While the contribution margin per unit formula is a very helpful matrix for managers to consider while maximizing their profits. Making decisions solely on basis of it, or even cutting out on products that have the lowest contribution margin might not always be the right thing to do.

Unit Contribution Margin (Meaning, Formula) | How to Calculate?

Contribution margin (CM) is the amount by which sales revenue exceeds variable costs. It is the net amount that sales 'contribute' towards periodic fixed costs and profits. It is expressed either as total contribution margin, contribution margin per unit or contribution margin ratio.

Contribution Margin | Definition, Calculation and Example

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