Normal Loss is generally determined as a % of which among the following?
Normal Losses – amount of loss which can’t be avoided because of the nature of material or process. This loss is expected under normal conditions. Example – unavoidable spoiled quantities and the cost of it is to be absorbed by good production. Normal Loss is generally determined as a % of Input If Normal Loss is physically present in the form of scrap, it may have some value and will be credited to Process A/c.