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Introduction to Managerial Accounting

by: Olga Stroman

Introduction to Managerial Accounting ACT 220

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Olga Stroman
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Sally Whitney

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Date Created: 09/22/15
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Iinanctal Pmducl eosls inventoriable slamments U39 lerials l 199 lm cm at Manulaclurlng ovalhead 3 Conp te pen 9055 expensed total cost at ether the h Varlable Cost elemmt Nonma ulaclurlrrg cusls Selling cusls Dlrect materlals 290 Admlnlslvahve oosls Dre labor 210 r Labor wage rate r 14 Fixsd cos conslan quot1 Mal 21014 15 131 drect labor hours ldentlfy the penods of the lowest and hlghest actwlty 2 Compute the yarlable cost per unlt uslng the two po ln 1 lnts yarlable cost A In the flxed cost element by deductmg the yanable cost element from the lgh or low actwlty leed cost element Total cost 7 tn Iasponss to changes tn EmilHy Mlxed cost has varluble and lured elamenls 21 PerDLHlSDLHs315dMdL815 r t Di erenlia cosl dlflers between allemallvesl Sun sl pasl cost not a ecled by Moklng doctstons 39 81550 16 30 a use slcnl Opperluntly cost lotgone benelll m a car Murmur EIrr news Am m Mann m a unun tmrtnnartau tnnmdtnnnrnmma woman um ntev wennwawmmdnntter u watt tr was mm nunmnc39ullw mm mm mannnr you 1 mm tntrntct has prov lded the consequently the d rent nun wt 1 am th ouc thamn mantaruth WWWmnuttwtnw namamnmam Murmur t Menmcm Morgans mamsemtnm m na mnlrtlmmlwm r amtman 39Nnts urntwmrrtuttmtmnummeswme mt trauma mu mnrwn ltmudaaamumdlmmmuau ml followlng data for the month ofNovemba 1 1 Thae rrect matena s drect abor and manufactunng overhead applle Total manufactunng cost number of unrts m the job o were no beglnmng d lrsted Allocatlon ofany under applied or crver applied manufacturlng DEBIT Joh mer Custth Pmcass Costing Work ln Process of 250 325065000 0 055000 250 z n vanllohsara Iked ml dunng each ported will each job havlng dttleram productton A slngle product ts pmduced enhev 39 on a corutnuous bails at tar lang 4 Ewnlplf nertods ot Vlmat AH ums ol producl are Byklea Corporatlon uses the welghtedravafage method ln lts process 05ng system Thls month the requrrernenrs rdcnrtcal 2 Costs am accumulalsd by rndt 2 Costs are accllmulalad by comp 16m ofmese um m begmmg M 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general admlnlstratlon 1 H t L t f I sellm costs A A A Ca cu a eequlva en unl so Converslon L r a Trans o the customer Advemslng sales Commlsslon sales salanes coss of flnlshed goodswarehouses Product Costs Vasus Perlod Costs Matmmg Prlnclple based on accmal concept that costs mcurred to generate partrcular revenue should b Cost added 221 800 Product costs lnclude all costs lnyolyed ln acqulrlng or maklng a product In the case of C v 7 7 manufactured goo s ese costs conslst ct matenals drect labor and c l l 1 5L 1me 2011221300 692563203 manufacturlng overhead Product costs attach to unlts of product as the goods are 39 a C a 0 0 ma em 5 pu hased f t d they remaln attached as the goods o lnto l entory awaltlng sales Fwdud costs are asstgned t myentorv accnunt tn the balance shawl 39 Calculate Cost ofconvemon treated cs an expense m the perlod In whtch the relatedpraductx are sold n ersxon equwalmt mm mm cost a 1 Au sen Calculate total 8 r r 7 Pa tnd cost are d on Lhe lnoome statement 1n the pet 117d ln whldr the are 84967207n15t703 expmse lncuned uslng the usual rules ofaccrual accountlng Reconcxhatwn o Sales Commlsslons adv lslng Costslnr Matenalbegmnmgcooo executwe salanes publlc relaLlons and of ces are allpenod costs lnarllll21 tl1rlng cost ls the sum ofdlrect matenals cost and dlrect labor cost Cost 4 conyerslon beglnnlng 2700 materlal conyerslon added 219100 1 o g gt 6 E 2 d 8 d N o o 8 Prlrne Cost ti onverston cost tr costs are mowredta convert materth mta theftmrhedprodutt Cost Classlflcatlons for Predlcatlng Cost BehaVlOr Cost behavror the way In wthh a costs reacts to changes m the level of actwlty Categonzed as l7arlablefnc d andmnced Costs Out 7 Cost ofTrans outimataflal 6700 18 88126496 Cost ofTrans out conyer endlng W1 materlal 8499 endlng WTP converslon 7207 356800 Materlal equlyalent unlts unlt cost 450 18 88 8496 225 32 03 7207 Slon 6700 32 03 214601


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