Costs and Balances At the end of February, after the second month of operations of Able Baker Charlie Company, Charles shows you the data he’s collected, but he was unable to figure out some of the amounts. Review the following data and fill in the missing amounts on the chart for Able Baker Charlie Company. Note: It may be helpful to use T accounts to map the flow of the amounts through the manufacturing accounts and solve for the missing dollar values. It may also be helpful to review the steps for determining the cost of materials used, total manufacturing cost incurred, and cost of goods manufactured. Data for February   Decrease in materials inventory $3,300 Materials inventory on Feb. 28 50% of materials inventory on Jan. 31 Direct materials purchased $12,000 Direct materials used 3 times the direct labor incurred Total manufacturing costs incurred in period $27,300 Total manufacturing costs incurred in period 70% of Cost of Goods Manufactured Total manufacturing costs incurred in period $10,000 less than Cost of Goods Sold     Account Balances     Account Jan. 31 Feb. 28 Costs Incurred Materials Inventory $ $ Direct Materials Used $ Work in Process Inventory 27,000 $ Direct Labor Incurred $ Finished Goods Inventory $ 17,000 Factory Overhead Incurred $       Cost of Goods Sold

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Costs and Balances

At the end of February, after the second month of operations of Able Baker Charlie Company, Charles shows you the data he’s collected, but he was unable to figure out some of the amounts. Review the following data and fill in the missing amounts on the chart for Able Baker Charlie Company. Note: It may be helpful to use T accounts to map the flow of the amounts through the manufacturing accounts and solve for the missing dollar values. It may also be helpful to review the steps for determining the cost of materials used, total manufacturing cost incurred, and cost of goods manufactured.

Data for February  
Decrease in materials inventory $3,300
Materials inventory on Feb. 28 50% of materials inventory on Jan. 31
Direct materials purchased $12,000
Direct materials used 3 times the direct labor incurred
Total manufacturing costs incurred in period $27,300
Total manufacturing costs incurred in period 70% of Cost of Goods Manufactured
Total manufacturing costs incurred in period $10,000 less than Cost of Goods Sold

 

  Account Balances    
Account Jan. 31 Feb. 28 Costs Incurred
Materials Inventory $ $ Direct Materials Used $
Work in Process Inventory 27,000 $ Direct Labor Incurred $
Finished Goods Inventory $ 17,000 Factory Overhead Incurred $
      Cost of Goods Sold $

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