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Step 6 Calculate target cost gap = estimated cost – target cost. Set a selling price at which the organisation will be able to achieve a desired market share. Estimate the required profit based on return on sales or return on investment. Calculate the target cost = target selling price – target profit. Compile an estimated cost for the product based on the anticipated design specification and current cost levels. 2b: Target costing ⏐ Part A Specialist cost and management accounting techniques Step 7 Make efforts to close the gap.
Match the term to the definition. Terms Definitions Direct cost (a) Specific costs of, say, an activity, which would not be incurred if the activity did not exist Overhead (b) Total of direct costs Classification by function (c) Future cash flow which will be changed as the result of a decision Fixed cost (d) Product produced by an organisation Variable cost (e) Dividing costs into production, administration, selling and distribution, research and development and financing costs (f) Cost that can be traced in full to whatever is being costed (g) Organisation's departments (h) A cost that varies with the level of output (i) A cost that is incurred in the course of making a product but which cannot be traced directly and in full to the product (j) Cost that is incurred for a particular period of time and which, within certain activity levels, is unaffected by changes in the level of activity (k) Cost identified with goods produced or purchased for resale and initially included in the value of inventory (l) Cost which can be influenced by management decisions and actions Prime cost Product cost Avoidable cost Controllable cost Relevant cost Cost centre Cost unit 2 ………………………… is the process of determining the costs of products, activities or services.
In the modern competitive environment, organisations have to continually redesign their products or services and it is essential that they try to achieve a target cost during product and process development. Target costing is a cost management process which involves setting a target cost by subtracting a desired profit margin from a competitive market price. 33 Study guide Intellectual level A2 Target costing (a) Derive a target cost in manufacturing and service industries 2 (b) Explain the difficulties of using target costing in service industries 2 (c) Suggest how a target cost gap might be closed 2 Exam guide Target costing may form part of a question comparing its use to other costing techniques or it may form an entire question including calculation of a target cost.