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Course: ACG 2071, Spring 2011
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29 Incremental Problem cost to buy Incremental cost savings: DM VOH DL FOH Opportunity cost: Lease revenue Incremental decrease in profits if outsourced Effect on Profit Calculations: \$(96,000) \$2.40*40,000 50,400 8,800 20,400 1,760 3,700 \$(10,940) \$1.26*40,000 \$0.22*40,000 \$0.51*40,000 \$0.22*40,000*20% Do not outsource since profits decline will by \$10.940 Problem 30 Incremental cost to buy Incremental cost...

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29 Incremental Problem cost to buy Incremental cost savings: DM VOH DL FOH Opportunity cost: Lease revenue Incremental decrease in profits if outsourced Effect on Profit Calculations: \$(96,000) \$2.40*40,000 50,400 8,800 20,400 1,760 3,700 \$(10,940) \$1.26*40,000 \$0.22*40,000 \$0.51*40,000 \$0.22*40,000*20% Do not outsource since profits decline will by \$10.940 Problem 30 Incremental cost to buy Incremental cost savings: DM DL VOH FOH Incremental increase in profits if outsourced Outsource since profits will increase by \$17,200. Effect on Profit Calculations: \$(100,000) \$2.0*50,000 43,000 21,000 37,000 \$64,000 - \$27,000 16,200 \$27,000*(100%-40%) \$17,200
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