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# Formulas for ACC200 Final Exam ACC 200

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Formulas you need to know for ACC200 final.
COURSE
Introduction to Managerial Accounting
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McKittrick
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Study Guide
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2
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Accounting
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Patterson Ludwig ACC200 Final Exam Formulas Financial Acc. Ch. 1-4:  Gross profit= sales - CoGS  Gross margin= revenue - CoGS  Net income/loss= revenues – expenses  Assets= liabilities + owner’s equity  Equity= contributed capital + RE  Retained earnings= revenues – expenses – dividends  Retained earnings end balance= RE beg balance +/- net income/loss – dividends  Net increase/decrease in cash= cash flows from operating +/- from investing +/- from financing  Net income= income before taxes – income tax amt  Avg tax rate= tax expense/taxable income  Assets, expenses, & dividends: increase w debit, decrease w credit  Liabilities, equity, & revenue: decrease w debit, increase w credit  Income statement  Statement of retained earnings  Balance sheet Managerial Acc. Ch. 1-4:  CoGM= beg RM + RM purchased=cost of RM available – end RM=RM used + DL + MOH + beg WIP – end WIP  CoGS= beg FG + CoGM=goods available for sale – end FG  OH rate= MOH/Cost driver  POHR= estimated OH/estimated units of cost driver  Applied OH= POHR*actual units of cost driver Managerial Acc. Ch. 5-8:  Cost eqn= y=a+bx (a=y int; b=slope)  High-low slope= Change in costs/change in volume  Net income= Contribution margin – FC  CM per unit= sales – VC/units sold  CM ratio= CM \$/sales \$  Break-even units= FC/CM per unit  Break-even sales= FC/CM ratio  Target profit before tax units= FC + target profit/CM per unit  Target profit before tax \$= FC + target profit/CM ratio  Before-tax profit= after-tax profit / (1-tax rate)  Sales volume for after-tax profit= FC + before-tax profit/CM per unit  Operating leverage: CM/net income  Drop prod line if: avoidable FC > CM lost  NPV= PV cash inflows – PV cash outflows  Profitability index= PV cash flows/initial investment  Depreciation tax shield= depreciation expense*tax rate  Payback pd= original investment/net annual \$ inflows  After-tax cost= before-tax cost*(1-tax rate)  After-tax benefit= before tax benefit*(1-tax rate) Managerial Acc. Ch. 9-11:  Required prod= budgeted sales +/- increase/decrease in FG  RM to purchase= required prod*RM needed per unit=RM needed for current prod + desired end RM - beg RM  Sales price variance= actual vol*(actual sales price – expected sales price)  DM price variance= actual quantity*(actual price – standard price)  DL rate variance= actual hrs.*(actual rate – standard rate)  Usage variance= standard price*(actual quantity – standard quantity) o DL usage (efficiency) variance= standard rate*(actual hrs. – standard hrs.) o DM usage variance= standard price*(actual quantity-standard quantity allowed)  VOH spending variance= actual VOH – (actual hrs.*standard variable rate)  VOH efficiency variance= standard variable rate*(actual hrs.- standard hrs.)  FOH volume variance= budgeted FOH – applied FOH  Applied FOH= POHR*# of standard hours allowed  ROI= margin*turnover; net operating income/average operating assets o Margin= net operating income/sales o Turnover= sales/average operating assets  Residual income= net operating income – (average operating assets*minimum required rate of return)

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