Mba: accounting & finance for managers, accounting, Basic Statistics

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From the following cost, production and sales data of Decors Motor Ltd., prepare comparative income statement for three years under (i) absorption costing method, and (ii) marginal costing method. Indicate the unit cost for each year under each method. Also evaluate the closing stock. The company produces a single article for sale.


Particulars

Year
2008 2009 2010
Selling Price per unit 20 20 20
Variable manufacturing cost per unit 10 10 10
Total fixed manufacturing cost 5000 5000 5000
Opening Stock (Units) - - 500
Units Prduced 1000 1500 2000
Units Sold 1000 1000 1500
Closing Stock (Units) - 500 1000
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