In-Class Demos 5

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Exercise 5-1B Classifying the costs of unit-, batch-, product-, or facility-level activities LO 3 Tucker Manufacturing is developing an activity-based costing system to improve overhead cost allocation. One of the first steps in developing the system is to classify the costs of performing production activities into activity cost pools. Required Using the four-tier cost hierarchy described in the chapter, classify each of the following costs into unit-level, batch-level, product-level, or facility-level cost pools. Unit Product Unit Batch Batch Product Facility Facility Facility Facility
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Exercise 5-8B Rigsby Sporting Goods, Inc., produces indoor treadmills. The company allocates its overhead costs using activity-based costing. The costs and cost drivers associated with the four overhead activity cost pools follow. Producing 5,000 units of PFT200, one of the company's five products, took 4,000 labor hours, 25 setups, and consumed 30 percent of the product-sustaining activities. Required a.Had the company used labor hours as a companywide allocation base, how much overhead would it have allocated to the 5,000 units of PFT200?
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