Managerial Accounting (5th Edition)
Managerial Accounting (5th Edition)
5th Edition
ISBN: 9780134128528
Author: Karen W. Braun, Wendy M. Tietz
Publisher: PEARSON
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Chapter 2, Problem 2.49BP

Prepare income statements (Learning Objective 5)

Part One: In 2015, Fran Lexa opened Fran’s Flowers, a small shop selling floral arrangements. On December 31, 2016, her accounting records show the following:

Sales revenue $53,000
Utilities for shop $1,000
Inventory on December 31, 2016 $9,200
Inventory on January 1, 2016 $12,600
Rent for shop $4,400
Sales commissions $4,100
Purchases of merchandise $38,000

Requirement

Prepare an income statement for Fran’s Flowers, a merchandiser, for the year ended December 31, 2016.

Part Two: Fran’s Flowers succeeded so well that Fran decided to manufacture her own brand of floral supplies: Floral Place Manufacturing. At the end of December 2017 her accounting records show the following:

Utilities for plant $4,300
Delivery expense $3,800
Sales salaries expense $4,800
Plant janitorial services $1,250
Work in process inventory, December 31, 2017 $4,000
Finished goods inventory, December 31, 2016 0
Finished goods inventory, December 31, 2017 $4,500
Sales revenue $109,000
Customer service hotline expense $1,700
Direct labor $22,000
Direct material purchases $31,000
Rent on manufacturing plant $9,400
Raw materials inventory, December 31, 2016 $18,000
Raw materials inventory, December 31, 2017 $7,500
Work in process inventory, December 31, 2016 0

Requirements

  1. 1. Calculate the cost of goods manufactured for Floral Place Manufacturing for the year ended December 31, 2017.
  2. 2. Prepare an income statement for Floral Place Manufacturing for the year ended December 31, 2017.
  3. 3. How does the format of the income statement for Floral Place Manufacturing differ from the income statement of Fran’s Flowers?

Part Three:

Show the ending inventories that would appear on these balance sheets:

  1. 1. Fran’s Flowers at December 31, 2016.
  2. 2. Floral Place Manufacturing at December 31, 2017.
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Chapter 2 Solutions

Managerial Accounting (5th Edition)

Ch. 2 - Short Exercises S2-1 Identify types of companies...Ch. 2 - Identify type of company from balance sheets...Ch. 2 - Classify costs by value chain function (Learning...Ch. 2 - Classify costs as direct or indirect (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prime costs Cost objects Product costs Assigned...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.6SECh. 2 - Classify product costs and period costs (Learning...Ch. 2 - Classify a manufacturers costs (Learning Objective...Ch. 2 - Classify costs incurred by a dairy processing...Ch. 2 - Determine total manufacturing overhead (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prepare a retailers income statement (Learning...Ch. 2 - Compute Cost of Goods Sold for a merchandiser...Ch. 2 - Calculate direct materials used (Learning...Ch. 2 - Compute Cost of Goods Manufactured (Learning...Ch. 2 - Describe other cost terms (Learning Objectives 6...Ch. 2 - Classify costs as fixed or variable (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.17SECh. 2 - Classify costs along the value chain for a...Ch. 2 - Classify costs along the value chain for a...Ch. 2 - Value chain and sustainability efforts (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.21AECh. 2 - Construct an income statement using product and...Ch. 2 - Work backward to find missing amounts (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prepare a retailers income statement (Learning...Ch. 2 - Compute direct materials used and Cost of Goods...Ch. 2 - Compute Cost of Goods Manufactured and Cost of...Ch. 2 - Continues E2-26A: Prepare income statement...Ch. 2 - Determine whether information is relevant...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.29AECh. 2 - Classify costs along the value chain for a...Ch. 2 - Classify costs along the value chain for a...Ch. 2 - Value chain and sustainability efforts (Learning...Ch. 2 - Classify and calculate a manufacturers costs...Ch. 2 - Construct an income statement using product and...Ch. 2 - Work backward to find missing amounts (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.36BECh. 2 - Compute direct materials used and Cost of Goods...Ch. 2 - Compute Cost of Goods Manufactured and Cost of...Ch. 2 - Continues E2-38B: Prepare income statement...Ch. 2 - Determine whether information is relevant...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.41BECh. 2 - Classify costs along the value chain (Learning...Ch. 2 - Determine ending inventory balances (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prepare income statements (Learning Objective 5)...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.45APCh. 2 - Prob. 2.46APCh. 2 - Classify costs along the value chain (Learning...Ch. 2 - Determine ending inventory balances (Learning...Ch. 2 - Prepare income statements (Learning Objective 5)...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.50BPCh. 2 - Prob. 2.51BPCh. 2 - Calculate operating income (Learning Objective 5)...Ch. 2 - Prob. 2.53ACT
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