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Selling expenses should be allocated to the cost of goods sold for external financial reporting.
According to U.S. accounting principles, interest expense is an indirect product cost.
SG&A expenses can be classified as _______________ costs.
Commissions expense is part of the cost of goods sold.
SG&A expenses can vary between products and between customers.
Activity based costing is recommended for the allocation of SG&A expenses in order to determine the true profitability of a product or a customer.
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