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Direct materials price standard

The direct materials price standard is the cost per unit of direct materials that should be incurred. This standard should be based on the purchasing department’s best estimate of the cost of raw materials. This cost is frequently based on current purchase prices. The price standard also includes an amount for related costs such as receiving, storing, and handling.

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