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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

Professional labor cost budget
Based on the data in Exercise 13-5 and assuming that the average compensation per hour for staff is $36 and for partners is $300. prepare a professional labor cost budget for Day & Spieth, CPAs, for the year ending March 31. 20Y6. Use the following column headings:

To determine

Concept Introduction:

Budgets:

Budgets are prepared to estimate the revenue, costs, receipts and payments for the business. There are several types of budgets prepared for a manufacturing concern. Few major types of budgets prepared by each manufacturing concert are as follows:

  • Sales budget
  • Cash Collection budget
  • Production budget
  • Raw material purchase budget
  • Expenses Budgets
  • Cash disbursement budget

To Prepare:

The Professional labor cost budget

Explanation

The Professional labor cost budget is prepared as follows:

    Professional Labor Cost budget
    Billable hours Hourly Rate Total Revenue
    A B = A*B
    Audit:
    Staff Fees 50,000 $ 36 $ 1,800,000
    Partner's Fees 10,000 $ 300 $ 3,000,000
    Total$ 4,800,000

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