In this bundle, we have put all the Kasneb ATD Notes Bundle together in one folder. You can now download these ATD notes in PDF.
The ATD Notes cover the 3 levels of the Kasneb Accounting Technicians Diploma qualification. When you complete this course, you will gained skills and capability to work as an accountant. In addition to this, other courses offered by Kasneb can be found here.
These are 3 levels. Each level has 4 papers/units. All in all, these are 12 units. In addition to notes, you can get revision kits. You are advised to get the revision kits after you have the notes. Also, remember to get the Kasneb ATD syllabus.
Let us now see some sample of the ATD pdf notes available on Somasasa
Level 3 Fundamentals of Management Accounting – All Kasneb ATD Notes
COST ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT AND ITS RELATION WITH OTHER DEPARTMENTS
Cost accounting department records, classifies and present cost information for manufacturing and other activities of the organisation. It makes an analysis of cost of manufacturing, marketing and administration and provides control reports and other decision making data to all levels of management for the purpose of controlling and reducing costs.
It is, therefore, necessary that cost accounting department should have a proper coordination with
other departments of the organisation. All departments should help each other. So that the objective
of minimum possible cost may be achieved without too many bottle-necks.
Sample from Level 3. FMA Topic 8 Budgeting And Budgetary Control – All Kasneb ATD Notes
A budget is a financial plan for the future concerning the revenues and costs of a business. However,
a budget is about much more than just financial numbers.
Budgetary control is the process by which financial control is exercised within an organisation.
Budgets for income/revenue and expenditure are prepared in advance and then compared with actual
performance to establish any variances.
Managers are responsible for controllable costs within their budgets and are required to take
remedial action if the adverse variances arise and they are considered excessive.
See more inside the notes