Accounting Dictionary - Letter T

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Throughput costing
is a costing approach under which only direct materials are recorded as inventory costs while all other manufacturing costs (including direct labor and variable factory overhead) are expensed as period costs. Selling and administrative costs are expensed as period costs as well.
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