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Maryanne M. Mowen + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337115773
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Understanding the Relationship between Cost Flows, Inventories, and Cost of Goods Sold

Ivano Company has collected cost accounting information for the following subset of items for Years 1 and 2.

Chapter 2, Problem 50E, Understanding the Relationship between Cost Flows, Inventories, and Cost of Goods Sold Ivano Company

Required:

Calculate the values of the missing Items a through e.

To determine

Calculate the amounts of the missing items.

Explanation

Cost:

Cost can be defined as the cash and cash equivalent incurred against the products or its related services which will benefit the organization in the future. There are two types of costs that are direct and indirect costs.

Use the following formula to compute the amount of a (direct materials used in production for Year 1):

Direct materials used in production=(Begining inventory of materials+PurchasesEnding inventory of materials)

Substitute $10,000 for beginning inventory of materials, $45,000 for purchase and $15,000 for ending inventory of materials in the above formula.

Direct materials used in production=$10,000+$45,000$15,000=$40,000

Therefore, the amount of direct materials used in production is $40,000.

Use the following formula to compute the amount of direct ‘b’ (direct labor used in production for Year 1):

Direct Labor=(Cost of goods soldBeginning finished goods+Ending finished goodsDirect materials used in productionManufacturing overheadBeginning WIP+Ending WIP)

Substitute $169,000 for the cost of goods sold, $8,000 for beginning finished goods, $7,000 for ending finished goods, $40,000 for direct materials used, $80,000 for manufacturing overhead, $17,000 for beginning WIP and $14,000 for ending WIP in the above formula.

Direct Labor=($169,000$8,000+$7,000$40,000$80,000$17,000+$14,000)=$45,000

Therefore, the amount of direct labor used in production is $45,000

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