Cost Accounting Week 3 Kenna Wood

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Cost Accounting Kenna Wood Week 3 Exercise 6-17 Sales and Production Budget 208,000 Budgeted sales in units 27,000 Add target ending finished goods inventory 235,000 Total requirements 18,000 Deduct beginning finished goods inventory 217,000 Units to produced Exercise 6-18 Direct Materials purchased budget 2,500,000 Direct Material to be used in productiom 80,000 Add target ending direct materials 2,580,000 Total requirements 50,000 Deduct the beginning direct materials inventory 2,530,000 Direct materials to be purchased
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Unformatted text preview: Exercise 6-25 Activity-based budgeting Sof Drinks Fresh Snacks 1 ActviTy CosT Hierarchy Ordering SD BaTch level $630.00 $1,080 Delivery BaTch level $492.00 $2,542 Shel± Shocking OuTpuT uniT level $168.00 $1,806 CusTomer supporT OuTpuT uniT level $414.00 $3,078 2. ²he ±resh snacks 3. ²hey can know exacTly how much ±ood and snacks go ouT everyday. So They donoT have To waisT anyThing. s Packaged Food Total 630 $2,340.00 779 $3,813.00 987 $2,961.00 967.5 $4,459.50...
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