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##### Problem 14-3B Exercise 15-9 Exercise 15-12 Problem 15-3B

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P14-3B;Indicate the missing amount of different cost items, and prepare a condensed cost of goods manufactured schedule, an income statement, and a partial balance sheet.;(SO 5, 6, 7), AN;Incomplete manufacturing costs, expenses, and selling data for two different cases are as follows.;Case;A;B;Direct materials used;\$?6,300;\$?(g)??;Direct labor;3,000;4,000;Manufacturing overhead;6,000;5,000;Total manufacturing costs;(a)??;16,000;Beginning work in process inventory;1,000;(h)??;Ending work in process inventory;(b)??;2,000;Sales;22,500;(i)??;Sales discounts;1,500;1,200;Cost of goods manufactured;15,800;20,000;Beginning finished goods inventory;(c)??;5,000;Goods available for sale;18,300;(j)??;Cost of goods sold;(d)??;(k)?;Ending finished goods inventory;1,200;2,500;Gross profit;(e)?;6,000;Operating expenses;2,700;(l)?;Net income;(f)?;2,200;Instructions;(a);Indicate the missing amount for each letter.;(b);Prepare a condensed cost of goods manufactured schedule for Case A.;(c);Prepare an income statement and the current assets section of the balance sheet for Case A. Assume that in Case A the other items in the current assets section are as follows: Cash \$3,000, Receivables (net) \$10,000, Raw Materials \$700, and Prepaid Expenses \$200.;E15-9;Prepare a cost of goods manufactured schedule and partial financial statements.;(SO 2, 5), AP;At May 31, 2012, the accounts of Mantle Manufacturing Company show the following.;E15-;1.;May 1 inventories?finished goods \$12,600, work in process \$14,700, and raw materials \$8,200.;2.;May 31 inventories?finished goods \$9,500, work in process \$17,900, and raw materials \$7,100.;3.;Debit postings to work in process were: direct materials \$62,400, direct labor \$50,000, and manufacturing overhead applied \$40,000.;4.;Sales totaled \$210,000.;Instructions;(a);Prepare a condensed cost of goods manufactured schedule.;(b);Prepare an income statement for May through gross profit.;(c);Indicate the balance sheet presentation of the manufacturing inventories at May 31, 2012.;E15-12;Determine cost of jobs and ending balance in work in process and overhead accounts.;(SO 3, 4, 6), AP;Don Lieberman and Associates, a CPA firm, uses job order costing to capture the costs of its audit jobs. There were no audit jobs in process at the beginning of November. Listed below are data concerning the three audit jobs conducted during November.;Lynn;Brian;Mike;Direct materials;\$600;\$400;\$200;Auditor labor costs;\$5,400;\$6,600;\$3,375;Auditor hours;72;88;45;Overhead costs are applied to jobs on the basis of auditor hours, and the predetermined overhead rate is \$50 per auditor hour. The Lynn job is the only incomplete job at the end of November. Actual overhead for the month was \$11,000.;Instructions;(a);Determine the cost of each job.;(b);Indicate the balance of the Work in Process account at the end of November.;(c);Calculate the ending balance of the Manufacturing Overhead account for November.;P15-3B;Prepare entries in a job order cost system and cost of goods manufactured schedule.;(SO 2, 3, 4, 5), AP;Robert Perez is a contractor specializing in custom-built jacuzzis. On May 1, 2012, his ledger contains the following data.;Raw Materials Inventory;\$30,000;Work in Process Inventory;?12,200;Manufacturing Overhead;??2,500 (dr.);The Manufacturing Overhead account has debit totals of \$12,500 and credit totals of \$10,000. Subsidiary data for Work in Process Inventory on May 1 include;Job Cost Sheets;Job by Customer;Direct Materials;Direct Labor

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