Compute revised profit on one unit of the heavy-duty machine

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Problem 1:

Reading -Estrin, T L; Kantor, Jeffrey; Albers, David,Is ABC Suitable for Your Company?

Answer the following questions:

1. What are the ten mitigating factors? Discuss each one.
2. What are the four quadrants? Discuss each one.
3. If an organization's score puts it in Quadrant III, is ABC implementation recommended? Explain.
4. Is their method "fool proof?" Why or why not?

Problem 2:

Cost of goods manufactured & cost of goods sold

Information for Miami Lakes Swimwear Co. month of May 2015.

Sales



     650,000

Purchases





Raw materials



      90,000


Manufacturing supplies



        2,550


Office Supplies



        1,260

Salaries (including fringe benefits)





Administrative



      25,000


Production supervisors



      35,000


Sales



      42,000

Depreciation





Plant & machinery



      22,000


Office & office equipment



      12,000

Utilities





Plant



        8,000


Office



        1,450






Inventories


5/1/2015

5/31/2015


Raw materials


           12,000

      14,000


Manufacturing supplies


             3,000

        4,500


Office supplies


             2,200

        1,400


Work in process


             9,000

        7,500


Finished goods


           14,000

      11,000

Information for Miami Lakes Swimwear Co. month of May 2015.

> Manufacturing overhead is applied to products at 80% of direct labor dollars.
> Employee base wage rate is $16.50 per hour.
> Employee fringe benefits are 35% of the base wage rate and are classified as manufacturing overhead.
> During May, production employees worked 13,500 regular hours and 550 overtime hours. There were 800 indirect labor hours.
> Employees are paid time and a half for overtime. The premium is classified as manufacturing overhead.

Required:

a. Prepare a Statement of Cost of Goods Manufactured and an Income Statement for the month of May.

b. Calculate the over/under applied overhead.

c. Adjust cost of goods sold for the over/under applied overhead. What is the adjusted net income?

d. Recalculate the cost of goods manufactured and net income using $11 per direct labor hour for APPLIED OVERHEAD.

e. Adjust cost of goods sold for the over/under applied overhead. What is the adjusted net income?

f. Comment on the answers to c & e.

Problem 3:

Activity based costing

Beeline Manufacturing produces two types of industrial ventilation machines: heavy-duty and standard. The allocation basis for overhead costs has always been direct labor hours. For 2014, Beeline compiled the following data for the two products:

                                                                                                       Heavy-duty            Standard

      Sales in units                                                                                    4,000                 45,000

      Sales price per unit                                                                        $12,000.00            $9,900.00

      Direct material and direct labor costs per unit                                     $3,900.00            $3,100.00

      Allocated manufacturing overhead costs per unit                                $1,950.00            $2,350.00

Last year, Beeline purchased an expensive robotics system to allow for more complex products in the heavy-duty line. The CFO suggested that an ABC analysis could be valuable to help evaluate a product mix and promotion strategy for the next sales campaign. She obtained the following ABC information for 2014:

Activity                  Cost Driver                                         Cost          Total Heavy-dutyStandard

Setups                   # setups                                      $     1,200,000       500              410             90

Machine-related       # of machine hours                      $   59,800,000 500,000 250,000250,000

Packing                  # shipments                                $ 104,550,000 255,000 45,000210,000

1. Using the current cost system based on direct labor hours, what is the estimated total cost of manufacturingone unit for each type of ventilation machine?

2. Using the current cost system based on direct labor hours, what is the estimated profit per unit for each type of machine?

3. Using the activity-based costing data presented above, compute the cost driver rate for each overhead activity.

4. Using ABC, compute the revised manufacturing overhead cost per unit for the heavy-duty machine.

5. Compute the revised total cost to manufacture one unit of the heavy-duty machine.

6. Compute the revised profit on one unit of the heavy-duty machine.

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