Determine controllable margin and total contribution, Cost Accounting

Phelps Glass Inc. has reported the following financial data: net revenues of $10 million, variable costs of $5 million, controllable, fixed costs of $2 million, non-controllable fixed costs of $1 million, and untraceable costs of $500,000. The accounting manager has supplied you with this data and untraceable costs of $500,000. The accounting manager has supplied you with this data and asked you to come up with the controllable margin, total contribution, CPC, and operating income.

 

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