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GoldRush18

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Philmore Corp. produces a single product. The following is a cost structure applied to its first year of operations, 2005: Sales Price- $15 per unit Variable Costs: Selling expenses $2 er unit Manufacturing $4 per unit Fixed costs(total incurred for the year): Selling expenses $14 000 Manufacturing $20 000 During 2005, Philmore Corp. manufactured 5 000 units and sold 3 800. There was no beginning or ending work-in-process inventory. Prepare the income statement using the absorption costing format. Prepare the income statement using the variable costing format.

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  1. sheg
    • 2 years ago
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    ABSORPTION COSTING PRO-FORMA $ $ Sales Revenue xxxxx Less Absorption Cost of Sales Opening Stock (Valued @ absorption cost) xxxx Add Production Cost (Valued @ absorption cost) xxxx Total Production Cost xxxx Less Closing Stock (Valued @ absorption cost) (xxx) Absorption Cost of Production xxxx Add Selling, Admin & Distribution Cost xxxx Absorption Cost of Sales (xxxx) Un-Adjusted Profit xxxxx Fixed Production O/H absorbed xxxx Fixed Production O/H incurred (xxxx) (Under)/Over Absorption xxxxx Adjusted Profit xxxxx

  2. GoldRush18
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    i have the format and all but its when i plug in the figures somethings wrong

  3. sheg
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    Here sales revenue = 3800*$15 = $ 57,000

  4. GoldRush18
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    i have that correct

  5. GoldRush18
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    what would b the opening inventory figure?

  6. sheg
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    opening stock is not mentioned so it would be zero

  7. GoldRush18
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    thats what i have as well

  8. sheg
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    that is correct read this statement carefully Philmore Corp. produces a single product. The following is a cost structure applied to its first year of operations, 2005:

  9. sheg
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    got it

  10. GoldRush18
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    yea

  11. sheg
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    now absorption cost is equal to

  12. GoldRush18
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    8 right?

  13. GoldRush18
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    its better when we take it step by step i understand it more

  14. sheg
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    yeah

  15. sheg
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    can u tell me how u calculate Absorption Cost

  16. GoldRush18
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    Unit Production Cost Absorption Costing Method $ Direct material 0 Direct labour 0 Variable manufacturing overhead 4 Total variable production 4 Fixed manufacturing over head 4 unit product cost 8

  17. sheg
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    good

  18. GoldRush18
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    thanks

  19. sheg
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    ABSORPTION COST = VARIABLE COST DIRECT LABOUR + DIRECT MATERIAL + DIRECT EXPENSE + VARIABLE OVERHEADS

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