2. A Company has two departments. Cutting and Finishing. The company uses acosting system and computes a predetermined overhead rate in each department. The cuttingDepartment bases its rate on machine-hours, and the Finishing Department bases itsdirect labor cost. At the beginning of the year, the company made the following estimates:job-orderDepartmentFinishing30,0005,000$486,000$270,000Cutting6,00048,000$360,000$50,000Direct labor-hoursMachine-hoursManufacturing overhead costDirect labor costRequire:1. Compute the predetermined overhead rate to be used in each department2. Assume that the overhead ratés that you computed in (1) above are in effect. The jobcost sheet for job 203, which was started and completed during the year. Showed thefollowing:DepartmentFinishing20Cutting6.Direct labor-hoursMachine-hoursManufacturing overhead costDirect labor cost80$500$70$310$150

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On May 10, Hudson Computing sold 90 Millennium laptop computers to Apex Publishers. At the
date of this sale, Hudson's perpetual inventory records included the following cost layers for the
Millennium laptops:

Purchase Date
Apr. 9
May 1
Total on hand

Quantity

Unit Cost

70

30

$1,500
$1,600

100

Total Cost
$105,000

48,000
$153,000

Prepare journal entries to record the cost of the 90 Millennium laptops sold on May 10, assume
that Hudson Computing uses the:
a. Specific identification method (62 of the units sold were purchased on April 9, and the t
maining units were purchased on May 1).
b. Average-cost method.
c. FIFO method.
d. LIFO method.
e. Discuss briefly the financial reporting differences that may arise from choosing the FlFOmethod over the LIFO method.

2. A Company has two departments. Cutting and Finishing. The company uses a
costing system and computes a predetermined overhead rate in each department. The cutting
Department bases its rate on machine-hours, and the Finishing Department bases its
direct labor cost. At the beginning of the year, the company made the following estimates:
job-order
Department
Finishing
30,000
5,000
$486,000
$270,000
Cutting
6,000
48,000
$360,000
$50,000
Direct labor-hours
Machine-hours
Manufacturing overhead cost
Direct labor cost
Require:
1. Compute the predetermined overhead rate to be used in each department
2. Assume that the overhead ratés that you computed in (1) above are in effect. The job
cost sheet for job 203, which was started and completed during the year. Showed the
following:
Department
Finishing
20
Cutting
6.
Direct labor-hours
Machine-hours
Manufacturing overhead cost
Direct labor cost
80
$500
$70
$310
$150
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2. A Company has two departments. Cutting and Finishing. The company uses a costing system and computes a predetermined overhead rate in each department. The cutting Department bases its rate on machine-hours, and the Finishing Department bases its direct labor cost. At the beginning of the year, the company made the following estimates: job-order Department Finishing 30,000 5,000 $486,000 $270,000 Cutting 6,000 48,000 $360,000 $50,000 Direct labor-hours Machine-hours Manufacturing overhead cost Direct labor cost Require: 1. Compute the predetermined overhead rate to be used in each department 2. Assume that the overhead ratés that you computed in (1) above are in effect. The job cost sheet for job 203, which was started and completed during the year. Showed the following: Department Finishing 20 Cutting 6. Direct labor-hours Machine-hours Manufacturing overhead cost Direct labor cost 80 $500 $70 $310 $150

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Post Ref. Debit (S) Credit ($) 137,800 Date Account Title |Cost of goods sold Merchandise inventrory |(To record cost of goods sold) 137,800 Working Note: Compute the cost of goods sold. Cost of |= (62x $1,500) +(28×$1,600) goods sold = $93,000+ $44,800 = $137,800

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Post Ref. Debit (S) Credit (S) 137,700 Account Title Cost of goods sold Merchandise inventrory To record cost of goods sold) Date 137,700 Working Note: Compute the cost of goods sold. Cost of goods =$1,530(1)x90 sold =$137,700 (1) Compute the cost per unit. $153,000 Cost per unit) 100 = $1,530 per unit

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