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Variable costing income statement On July 31, the end of the first month of operations, Rhys Company prepared the following income statement, based on the absorption costing concept: Sales (96,000 units) $4,440,000 Cost of goods sold: Cost of goods manufactured $3,120,000 Less ending inventory (24,000 units) 624,000 Cost of goods sold 2,496,000 Gross profit $1,944,000 Selling and administrative expenses 288,000 Income from operations $1,656,000 a. Prepare a variable costing income statement, assuming that the fixed manufacturing costs were $132,000 and the variable selling and administrative expenses were $115,200. b. Reconcile the absorption costing income from operations of $1,656,000 with the variable costing income from operations determined in (a).

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Chapter 21, Problem 21.27EX
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Variable costing income statement

On July 31, the end of the first month of operations, Rhys Company prepared the following income statement, based on the absorption costing concept:

Sales (96,000 units) $4,440,000
Cost of goods sold:
Cost of goods manufactured $3,120,000
Less ending inventory (24,000 units) 624,000
Cost of goods sold 2,496,000
Gross profit $1,944,000
Selling and administrative expenses 288,000
Income from operations $1,656,000
  1. a. Prepare a variable costing income statement, assuming that the fixed manufacturing costs were $132,000 and the variable selling and administrative expenses were $115,200.
  2. b. Reconcile the absorption costing income from operations of $1,656,000 with the variable costing income from operations determined in (a).

Expert Solution

a.

To determine

Variable costing income statement: It refers to an income statement that is prepared by a company for decision-making process and for other internal purposes. In this statement, the cost of goods manufactured includes only the variable costs such as direct materials, direct labor, and variable manufacturing/factory overhead. However, the fixed factory overhead is considered as period expense.

To prepare: a variable costing income statement.

Explanation of Solution

Prepare a variable costing income statement.

Variable Costing Income Statement
R Company
For the year ended 31, July, 20XX
Particulars Amount ($) Amount ($)
Sales 4,440,000
Less: Variable cost of goods sold:
Variable cost of goods manufactured 2,988,000 (1)
Less: Variable Ending inventory (597,600) (2)
Variable cost of goods sold 2,390,400 (4)
Manufacturing Margin 2,049,600
Less: Variable selling and administration expenses (115,200)
Contribution Margin 1,934,400
Less: Fixed Costs:
          Fixed manufacturing costs 132,000
          Fixed selling and administrative expenses    172,800 (6) (304,800)
Income from operations 1,629,600

Table (1)

Working notes:

Determine the variable cost of goods manufactured.

Cost of goods manufactured =$3,120,000

Fixed manufacturing costs =$132,000

 Variablecostofgoodsmanufactured]=(Costofgoodsmanufactured)(Fixedmanufacturingcosts)=$3,120,000$132,000=$2,988,000 (1)

Determine the number of units manufactured.

Number of units sold =96,000 units

Number of units in ending inventory =24,000 units

 Unitssold=(Unitsmanufactured)(Unitsinendinginventory)96,000units=(Unitsmanufactured)24,000units(Unitsmanufactured)=96,000+24,000(Unitsmanufactured)=120,000 (2)

Determine the variable cost of goods manufactured per unit.

Variable cost of goods manufactured =$2,988,000 (1)

Number of units manufactured = 120,000 units (2)

 Variablecostofgoodsmanufacturedperunit]=VariablecostofgoodsmanufacturedUnitsmanufactured=$2,988,000120,000units=$24

Expert Solution

b.

To determine

To reconcile: the absorption costing income from operations with the variable costing income statement.

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