costacctg13_cf_ch20 - $16,800 20-28 1. $3,040,000 2. EOQ...

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Chapter 20. Inventory Management, Just-in-Time, and Simplified Costing Methods 20-16 1. EOQ 756 jerseys 2. 14 orders 3. 192 jerseys 20-17 1. EOQ 293 jerseys 20-18 1. 2,000 yards 2. 10 orders 3. 800 yards 20-19 1. 600 units 2. $4,500 3. $4,500 4. 750 units 20-20 RCC $10: 775; 632 RCC $15: 632; 516 RCC $20: 548; 447 20-21 1. Incremental increase in OI: $600,000 2. $600,000 20-22 1. Implementation of JIT, $315,000 annual net benefit (= 650,000 - $335,000) 20-23 1. dr. CGS $3,432,000 3. Under ideal JIT, there would be zero ending inventories. 20-24 1. dr. CGS $3,432,000 dr. CC Allocated $739,200 20-25 1. dr. CGS $3,432,000 dr. CC Allocated $750,400 20-26 1. Total costs: #1 $26,325 #2 $21,411 #3 $21,060 #4 $21,311 #5 $22,815 EOQ 1,800 packages 2. EOQ 1,400 packages Ordering inv $8,190 Carrying inv $8,190 20-27 1. EOQ 5,000 pairs 2. Reorder points 2,500 pairs 3. Safety stock 2,000 pairs Reorder point 4,500 pairs EOQ 5,000 pairs 4. Total relevant cost without safety stock: $12,000 Total relevant cost with safety stock:
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Unformatted text preview: $16,800 20-28 1. $3,040,000 2. EOQ 15,492 J-pods per batch; 4 batches per year; Annual Cost = $2,754,920 3. JIT Annual cost $2,885,000 20-29 1. EOQ 4,000 computers 2. 125 orders per year; Total relevant cost $200,000 3. EOQ = 5,164 Total relevant cost $206,559 20-30 1. Total relevant cost: A $300,000 B $250,000 2. If carrying costs fall below $40/unit 20-31 1. Estimated savings of $37,500 20-32 1. Maji = $935,930 Induk = $928,950 20-33 1. dr. CGS $900,000 20-34 1. dr. CGS $900,000 dr. CGS (for CC allocation) $40,000 20-35 1. dr. CGS $900,000 dr. CGS (for CC allocation) $20,000 20-36 1. The cost object is the value stream 2. Value Stream OI: MD = $227 ED = $221 20-37 1. Two trigger points: purchase of DM, completion of FG 2. a. Two trigger points: completion of FG, sale of FG b. Two trigger points: purchase of DM, sale of FG c. One trigger point: sale of FG Cost Accounting 13e Check Figures...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course ACCT 13 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Illinois at Springfield.

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