RSM222 - Fall 2009 - Test
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RSM222 - Fall 2009 - Test

Course Number: MANAGEMENT A, Spring 2010

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University of Toronto Joseph L. Rotman School of Management October 19, 2009 RSM222H1F Managerial Accounting Duration: Aids allowed: 2 hours Non-programmable calculator Instructions: Please print your name and student number in the spaces provided below. There are 16 multiple choice and 3 problems. Please use the space provided below for your answers to the multiple choice questions. You must use a pen. Do not...

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of University Toronto Joseph L. Rotman School of Management October 19, 2009 RSM222H1F Managerial Accounting Duration: Aids allowed: 2 hours Non-programmable calculator Instructions: Please print your name and student number in the spaces provided below. There are 16 multiple choice and 3 problems. Please use the space provided below for your answers to the multiple choice questions. You must use a pen. Do not use WHITEOUT. Clearly show all computations in the test paper in order to obtain full marks for the problems. Tests written in pencil will not be considered for remarking. -----------------------------------------------Student name (LAST NAME FIRST) --------------------------------------------Student number Marks: Part A (32 marks) Part B ( 5 marks) Part C (20 marks) Part D (18 marks) Total (75 marks) Answers to the Multiple Choice Questions 1.______ 9.______ 2.______ 10.______ 3.______ 11.______ 4.______ 12.______ 5.______ 13.______ 6.______ 14.______ 7.______ 15.______ 8.______ 16.______ 1 PART A (2 marks each - 32 marks) 1. After careful planning, Jammu Manufacturing Corporation has decided to switch to a just-intime inventory system as a component of the lean thinking model. At the beginning of this switch, Jammu has 30 units of product in inventory. Jammu has 2,000 labour hours available in the first month of this switch. These hours could produce 500 units of product. Customer demand for this first month is 400 units. If just-in-time principles are correctly followed, how many units should Jammu plan to produce in the first month of the switch? A) 370 B) 400 C) 430 D) 470 2. Which of the following types of information contained in a business plan is LEAST likely to be found in the accounting records of a typical company? A) Financial B) Competitors C) Internal D) Non-financial 3. A manufacturing company prepays its insurance coverage for a three-year period. The premium for the three years is $2,700 and is paid at the beginning of the first year. Eighty percent of the premium applies to manufacturing operations and 20% applies to selling and administrative activities. What amounts should be considered product costs and period costs respectively for the first year of coverage? Product Costs A) B) C) D) $2,700 $2,160 $1,440 $720 Period Costs $0 $ 540 $ 360 $ 180 2 4. During the month of May, Bennett Manufacturing Company purchases $43,000 of raw materials. The manufacturing overhead totals $27,000 and the total manufacturing costs are $106,000. Assuming a beginning inventory of raw materials of $8,000 and an ending inventory of raw materials of $6,000, what must be the total for direct labour? A) $34,000. B) $38,000. C) $36,000. D) $45,000. 5. You are given the following data for January: Direct materials Direct labour Manufacturing overhead Beginning work in process inventory Ending work in process inventory $38,000 $24,000 $17,000 $10,000 $11,000 Which of the following is the cost of goods manufactured? A) $89,000. B) $78,000. C) $79,000. D) $80,000. 6. In a job-order costing system, when a job remains incomplete at the end of a period, how is the amount of overhead cost that has been applied to that job treated? A) It is deducted on the Income Statement as overapplied overhead. B) It is closed out to Cost of Goods Sold. C) It is transferred to Finished Goods. D) It is part of the ending balance of the Work in Process inventory account 3 7. Kelsh Company uses a predetermined overhead rate based on machine hours to apply manufacturing overhead to jobs. The company has provided the following estimated costs for next year: Direct materials Direct labour Sales commissions Salary of production supervisor Indirect materials Advertising expense Rent on factory equipment $10,000 $30,000 $40,000 $20,000 $ 4,000 $ 8,000 $10,000 Kelsh estimates that 5,000 direct labour hours and 10,000 machine hours will be worked during the year. What will be the predetermined overhead rate per hour? A) $6.80. B) $6.40. C) $3.40. D) $8.20. 8. Worrell Corporation has a job-order costing system. The following debits (credits) appeared in the Work in Process account for the month of March: Worrell applies overhead at a predetermined rate of 90% of direct labour cost. Job No. 232, the only job still in process at the end of March, has been charged with manufacturing overhead of $2,250. What was the amount of direct materials charged to Job No. 232? A) $2,250. B) $2,500. C) $4,250. D) $9,000. 4 9. Glo Co., a manufacturer of combs, uses the weighted-average method in its process costing system. The company sold 125,000 units during the month of April. There is only one processing department. The following additional information is provided: What were the equivalent units of production for conversion costs for April? A) 126,500. B) 125,500. C) 123,500. D) 117,500. 10. Roger Company uses the FIFO method in its process costing system. The following data are taken from the accounting records of a particular department for June: What is the cost of the 75,000 units transferred out of the department during June? A) $151,250. B) $145,250. C) $131,500. D) $168,750. 5 11. Which of the following would be classified as a product-level activity? A) Machine setup for a batch of a standard product. B) Cafeteria facilities available to and used by all employees. C) Human resource management. D) Advertising a product. 12. What is a duration driver? A) A simple count of the number of times an activity occurs. B) An activity measure that is used for the life of the company. C) A measure of the amount of time required to perform an activity. D) An activity measure that is used for the life of an activity-based costing system. Use this information for question 13 and 14. Gasson Company is a merchandising firm. Next month, the company expects to sell 800 units. following The data describe the company's revenue and cost structure: Selling Price per Unit Sales Commission Purchase Price (Cost) per Unit Advertising Expense Administrative Expense $40 5% $18 $4,000 per month $4,500 per month plus 15% of sales Assume that all activity mentioned in this problem is within the relevant range. 13. What is the expected gross margin next month? A) $11,200. B) $14,400. C) $16,400. D) $17,600. 14. What is the expected contribution margin next month? A) $11,200. B) $14,400. C) $16,000. D) $17,600. 6 15. A company has provided the following data: Sales 3,000 units Sales Price $70 per unit Variable Cost $50 per unit Fixed Cost $25,000 If the dollar contribution margin per unit is increased by 10%, total fixed cost is decreased by 20%, and all other factors remain the same, what will the outcome be for operating income? A) Increase by $61,000. B) Increase by $20,000. C) Increase by $3,500. D) Increase by $11,000. 16. A company has provided the following data: Sales 3,000 units Sales Price $70 per unit Variable Cost $50 per unit Fixed Cost $25,000 If the sales volume decreases by 25%, the variable cost per unit increases by 15%, and all other factors remain the same, what will the outcome be for operating income? A) Decrease by $31,875. B) Decrease by $15,000. C) Increase by $20,625. D) Decrease by $3,125. 7 Part B (5 marks) Raw Materials Beginning balance Purchases Direct Materials Ending Balance Work-in-process Beginning balance Direct materials Direct Labour Applied manufacturing overhead Cost of goods manufactured Ending balance Finished Goods inventory Beginning balance Cost of goods manufactured Cost of goods sold Ending balance $7,000 a b $12,000 c b d $75,000 e $24,000 0 e $110,000 $20,000 Additional information follows: Ending work-in-process is three times as large as beginning work-in process Manufacturing overhead is applied at 150 percent of direct materials Required Determine each of the following amounts: a) Purchases b) Direct materials c) Beginning work-in-process d) Direct labour e) Cost of goods manufactured 8 Part C (20 marks) Amandas Furniture Company manufactures a single product, unassembled and unpainted wooden chairs, sold through direct mail. The following are the actual financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2008. Amanda's Furniture Company Statement of Cost of Goods Manufactured For the year ending December 31, 2008 Current manufacturing costs Cost of materials placed in production Direct labour manufacturing overhead Variable $ 24,000 Fixed 30,000 Work-in-process 1/1/08 Total costs in process Work-in-process 12/31/08 Cost of goods manufactured Amanda's Furniture Company Income Statement For the year ending December 31, 2008 Sales (8,000 units x $60) Cost of goods sold Finished goods, 1/1/08 (1,000 units x $26.75) Cost of Goods manufactured Total goods available for sale Finished goods, 12/31/08 (1,000 units x $26.75) Gross Profit Selling and administrative expenses Variable Fixed Net Income $ 26,750 $ 214,000 $ 240,750 (26,750 ) 80,000 40,000 $ 480,000 $ 120,000 40,000 54,000 $ $ $ 214,000 0 214,000 0 214,000 214,000 266,000 (120,000) $ 146,000 9 Required a) Determine the companys annual break-even point in units b) Determine the annual sales volume required to obtain an annual profit of $175,000 c) Management is contemplating assembling and painting the chairs for sale through outdoor furniture stores rather than selling the unassembled and unpainted chairs by direct mail. At an annual volume of 8,000 units, the variable manufacturing costs will increase by $160,000 while the fixed selling and administrative costs will be reduced by $20,000. Amandas Furniture Company will be able to increase their selling price by 35%. Prepare the contribution format income statement for the new proposal. d) Should the company finish the chairs or continue selling them by direct mail? Why? (provide 2 reasons) 10 Part D (18 marks) The Smooth Manufacturing Co. (Smooth) manufactures wood-finishing stain. The production of this stain begins with the blending of various chemicals and ends with the canning of the stain. The chemicals are added all at the beginning of the process. The canning occurs when the mixture reaches the 90% stage of completion. After canning, the cans are transferred to the Shipping Department. Here the cans are crated and shipped to the various customers. Conversion costs are added uniformly throughout the process. Overhead is applied at the rate of $4.00 per direct labour hour. At the beginning of April, Smooth introduced a change in the process of manufacturing the stain which resulted in significant amounts of work-in-process inventories for the first time. Prior to April the work-in-process inventories were insignificant. The following are the actual production data for the month of April: April Production costs: dollars ($) Work-in process inventory, April 1: (8000 litres, 25% complete) Direct materials chemicals Direct materials cans Direct labour ($15 per hour) Factory overhead Costs added in April: Direct materials chemicals Direct materials cans Direct labour ($15 per hour) Factory overhead Total Costs Units for April $ 68,400 0 18,750 5,000 $ 92,150 $342,600 10,500 105,000 28,000 $486,100 $578,250 units (litres) Work-in-process inventory, April 1, (25% complete) 8,000 Transferred to shipping department 40,000 Started in April 42,000 Work-in-process inventory, April 30 (80% complete) 10,000 Required Using the weighted average method: 1. Compute the equivalent units of production for direct materials chemical, direct materials cans and conversion costs 2. Compute the cost per equivalent unit for April. 3. Determine the cost of ending work in process inventory and the units transferred to the shipping department. 11 12 13 14 15 16

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