departmental accounting


departmental accounting
The process of providing accounting information analysed by department, so that each department of an organization can be treated as a separate cost centre, revenue centre, or profit centre (as appropriate) and the department manager can have access to the department's performance.

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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