Webster''s finish finished-goods inventory, Accounting Basics

Webster, Inc. began operations at the start of the present year, having a production target of 60,000 units. Real production totalled 60,000 units, and the company sold 95% of its manufacturing output at $50 per unit. The following costs were earned:

 

Manufacturing:

        Direct materials used                      $240,000

        Direct labor                                      480,000

        Variable manufacturing overhead       360,000

        Fixed manufacturing overhead           600,000

Selling and administrative:

        Variable                                           180,000

        Fixed                                               630,000

 

Required:

A. Suppose the use of variable costing, compute the cost of Webster's finish finished-goods inventory.

B. Calculate the company's contribution margin. Would Webster disclose the contribution margin on a variable-costing income statement or an absorption-costing income statement?

 

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