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Survey of Accounting (Accounting I)

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Carl Warren
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Survey of Accounting (Accounting I)

8th Edition
Carl Warren
ISBN: 9781305961883
Textbook Problem

Production and direct labor cost budgets
Levi Strauss & Co. manufactures slacks and jeans under a variety of brand names, such as Dockers* and 501 Jeans*. Slacks and jeans are assembled by a variety of different sewing operations. Assume that the sales budget for Dockers and 501 Jeans shows estimated sales of 120.000 and 250.000 pairs, respectively, for May. The finished goods inventory is assumed as follows:

Assume the following direct labor data per 5 pairs of Dockers and 501 Jeans for four different sewing operations:

a. Prepare a production budget for February. Prepare the budget in two columns: Dockers and 501 Jeans.
b. Prepare the February direct labor cost budget for the four sewing operations, assuming a $15 wage per hour for the inseam and outerseam sewing operations and a $17 wage per hour for the pocket and zipper sewing operations. Prepare the direct labor cost budget in four columns: inseam, outerseam, pockets, and zipper.

To determine

(a)

Concept Introduction:

Production Budget:

The Production budget is prepared to know the manufacturing unit produced. The budget is estimated by the sales target.

Direct labour cost budget:

This budget is prepared to know the average time taken by the workers to produce the each unit in a production budget. This budget is prepared on monthly basis ot quarterly basis.

To Prepare:

The production budget of Dockers and 501 Jeans for the month.

Explanation

Production budget are in table below:

  Production Budget=Estimated sales+Desired inventoryEstimated inventory

    Production Budget
    ParticularsDockers501 Jeans
    Expected units to be sold  120,000  250,000
    Add:

    Closing Inventory

      17
To determine

(b)

Concept Introduction:

Production Budget:

The Production budget is prepared to know the manufacturing unit produced. The budget is estimated by the sales target.

Direct labour cost budget:

This budget is prepared to know the average time taken by the workers to produce the each unit in a production budget. This budget is prepared on monthly basis ot quarterly basis.

To Prepare:

The direct labour budget of inseam, outerseam, pockets and zipperfor the month.

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