Nonmanufacturing Overhead (Outline)

Read our Explanation (Introduction) free

Our Explanation of Nonmanufacturing Overhead provides examples of a manufacturer's expenses which are not considered to be costs of a product for financial reporting. However, they are operating expenses that will have to be covered by the products' selling prices.

Part 1Nonmanufacturing Overhead Costs, Financial Reporting vs. Individual Products and Customers, Methods of Allocating Nonmanufacturing Overhead Costs, Recap
Take our Practice Quiz free

This 7-question quiz is a fast way to assess your understanding of the Nonmanufacturing Overhead Explanation.

Review our Q&A free

We've answered 22 popular questions related to the topic Nonmanufacturing Overhead. Review them all or use the search box found at the top of each page of our website for your specific questions.

Certificate of Achievement

Certificates of Achievement

We now offer 10 Certificates of Achievement for Introductory Accounting and Bookkeeping. The certificates include Debits and Credits, Adjusting Entries, Financial Statements, Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Working Capital and Liquidity, Financial Ratios, Bank Reconciliation, and Payroll Accounting. Click here to learn more.

PRO Testimonial
"AccountingCoach PRO is an exceptional service. It not only provides all the essential material to succeed in learning accounting and finance, but also explains all the relevant details that make the difference when you need to understand the complexity of accounting systems. As a communication trainer and business coach, I had to pick up the language of accounting in no time in order to communicate more effectively with my clients. This website's benefits have exceeded my expectations. Many thanks for your great support." - Theirry F.
View PRO Features →