Use cost accounting in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
Do you need to use cost accounting in your company? This learning path can help get you started with cost accounting in Business Central. It explains cost accounting setup, how to create master data for cost accounting, how to transfer transactions, and allocate costs to a group of accounts.
- Basic understanding of how to navigate in Dynamics 365 Business Central application
- Understanding of what the chart of accounts does and basic knowledge of cost accounting
Modules in this learning path
Do you need to use cost accounting in your company? This module can help you get started with cost accounting in Business Central. This module compares cost accounting with general ledger accounting, describes the typical cost accounting workflow, and explains the cost accounting setup.
Do you need to set up cost accounting master data in Business Central? This module will discuss how to set up cost types, cost centers, and cost objects.
Do you want to know how to transfer general ledger entries to cost accounting in Business Central? This module explains the options and settings to help you create cost entries by transferring general ledger entries.
Do you want to know how to allocate costs in Business Central? This module explains the different options to set up allocation between cost centers and cost objects, starting with a demonstration of cost journals.
Do you want to know how to create cost accounting reports? If so, then follow this module to get an overview of the cost accounting reporting options in Dynamics 365 Business Central. This module starts with explaining cost budgets and then demonstrates how to create cost accounting account schedules.