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What is Additive Costs and How it works

Hi to all,

I need some clarifications regarding product costing related issues.

1) What is additive costs and how it works.

I created one standard cost estimate, after i marked and i released also. now i want to add some more overheads to same standard cost estimate. Does additive costs will allow to add some overheads to existing cost estimate.

2. I want to change the material price in between of the month. and the material was updated through standard cost estmate. Is it possible to change the price between the month.

please give detail steps for additive costs and price change issues.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:25 AM

    Hi Sateesh...

    additive costing to add costs manually to a material cost estimate when they cannot be calculated by the system. Examples of such costs are freight charges, insurance costs, stock transfer costs, incomplete or changed BOMs, and routings.

    As a rule, costing calculates the costs of a material on the basis of the quantity structure. This type of cost estimate is performed automatically by the system. However, you can also manually enter estimated values for costs that cannot be calculated by the system. This allows you to add costs to a cost estimate that was calculated automatically.

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