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Cost Accountants specialise in identifying, recording and reviewing costs within their company or organisation. In a manufacturing firm, for example, a Cost Accountant may be responsible for reporting upon the costs of manufacturing, selling and distributing products.
Cost Accountants play an important role in helping a company understand the costs of doing business in order to aid decision making and formulating strategy.
Cost Accountants must be able to understand in detail how a company functions and what costs are involved in trading.
Typical duties include:
Most Cost Accountants are part or fully qualified (management) accountants.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (November 2009) include:
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