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    Case 19

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    Case 19-1 Bennett Body Company 1. In response to the email of Paul Bennett: The Bennett system has a higher cost of paperwork because we are using the Job Order Costing and the Conley System uses process costing. Conley Corporation uses Process costing in accumulating cost of production. We are costing products based on per job order bases. Conley is costing their production on a per department basis because it has standard model design. Our products are based on costumer's specification, and

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    Case 19 Rogers' Chocolates

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