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 Direct labor budget

The direct labor budget contains the quantity (hours) and cost to direct necessary to meet production requirements. The total direct labor cost is derived from the following formula.

Units to be Produced * Direct Labor Time per Unit * Direct Labor Cost per Hour = Total Direct Labor Cost

Direct labor hours are determined form the production budget.

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