Accounting homework help.
Use the Production Cost Flows Template linked in the resources to complete the following in your Financial and Managerial Accounting textbook:
● Problem 16-1B, page 757.
Problem 16-1B Production cost flow and measurement; journal entries P1 P2 P3 P4
Dream Toys Company manufactures video game consoles and accounts for product costs using process costing. The company uses a single processing department. The following information is available regarding its June inventories.
1. Compute the cost of (a) products transferred from production to finished goods and (b) goods sold.
Check (1b) Cost of goods sold, $600,500
2. Prepare journal entries dated June 30 to record the following production activities during June: (a) raw materials purchases, (b) direct materials usage, (c) indirect materials usage, (d) direct labor costs, (e) indirect labor costs, (f) payment of factory payroll, (g) other overhead costs, (h) overhead applied, (i) goods transferred from production to finished goods, and (j) sale of finished goods.
In this assignment, you will complete a cost accounting problem on equivalent unit costs using the weighted average method.
Use the Equivalent Unit Costs Template linked in the resources to complete the following in your Financial and Managerial Accounting textbook:
● Problem 16-2B, page 757.
Problem 16-2B Weighted average: Cost per equivalent unit; costs assigned to products
Abraham Company uses process costing to account for its production costs. Conversion is added evenly throughout the process. Direct materials are added at the beginning of the process. During September, the production department transferred 80,000 units of product to finished goods. Beginning work in process consisted of 2,000 units that were 100% complete with respect to direct materials and 85% complete with respect to conversion. Of the units completed, 2,000 were from beginning work in process and 78,000 units were started and completed during the period. Beginning work in process had $58,000 of direct materials and $86,400 of conversion cost. At the end of September, the work in process inventory consists of 8,000 units that are 25% complete with respect to conversion. The direct materials cost added in September is $712,000, and conversion cost added is $1,980,000. The company uses the weighted-average method.
1. Determine the equivalent units of production with respect to (a) conversion and (b) direct materials.
2. Compute both the conversion cost and the direct materials cost per equivalent unit.
Check (2) Conversion cost per equivalent unit, $25.20
3. Compute both conversion cost and direct materials cost assigned to (a) units completed and transferred out and (b) ending work in process inventory.
4. The company sells and ships all units to customers as soon as they are completed. Assume that an error is made in determining the percentage of completion for units in ending inventory. Instead of being 25% complete with respect to conversion, they are actually 75% complete. Write a one-page memo to the plant manager describing how this error affects its September financial statements.