A manufacturing overheads rate is the amount of indirect manufacturing cost assigned to each unit of cost driver. In 1C:Drive, manufacturing overheads rates are used for calculating overhead incurred in manufacturing operations.
For instance, if your cost driver is labor hours, you can set the manufacturing overheads rate to $100 per labor hour.
Registering manufacturing overheads rates is a part of a multioperation make-to-order process. These rates apply to work in progress documents for calculating overheads incurred in manufacturing operations. The overheads are included in the cost of finished goods.
You have the following options:
- Apply a single overheads rate for the entire company.
- Apply an individual overheads rate for each department.
To configure this, select the overheads allocation method in your company’s accounting policy.
To manage manufacturing overheads rates, use the Manufacturing overheads rates list. It is available if the Use WIP documents check box is selected in Settings > Production.
In the Manufacturing overheads rates list, you can do the following: