solutions to problems in chapter 8

solutions to problems in chapter 8 - DATA INPUT Current...

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DATA INPUT Current Year's Net Income $200,000 Current Year's Sales Volume 200,000 Sales price per DVD $16 Variable cost per unit purchase price $10 Handling cost per unit $2 Annual fixed costs $600,000 Expected increase in unit purchase price 30% SOLUTION 1. Break-even point in units, using the equation approach: $16 X - $10 + $2 X - $600,000 = 0 $4 X = $600,000 X = $600,000 / $4 X = 150,000 units 2. Net income if there is a 10% increase in projected unit sales volume: New projected sales volume = 200,000 x 110% = 220,000 units Net income = 220,000 x $16 - $12 - $600,000 = 220,000 x $4 - $600,000 = $880,000 - $600,000 = $280,000 3. Volume of sales to maintain same net income if selling price remains at $16: Target net income = $200,000 (from original problem data) New disk purchase price = $10 x 130% = $13 Volume of sales dollars required: Volume of sales dollars required = fixed expenses + target net profit/ contribution-margin ratio Volume of sales dollars required = 600,000 + 200,000 / (( 16 - 13 - 2 ) / $16 ) = 800,000 / 0.0625 = $12,800,000
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DATA INPUT Units sold 100,000 Sales $1,000,000 Costs: Fixed Variable Direct material $- $300,000 Direct labor - 200,000 Manufacturing overhead 100,000 150,000 Selling and administrative 110,000 50,000 Total costs $210,000 $700,000 910,000 Budgeted operating income $90,000 Tax rate 40% SOLUTION 1. Break-even point in units and in sales dollars: (a) Unit contribution margin = sales - variable costs / units sold = $1,000,000 - $700,000 / 100,000 = $3 per unit Break-even point (in units) = fixed costs / unit contribution margin = $210,000 / $3 = 70,000 units (b) Contribution- margin ratio = contribution margin / sales revenue = $1,000,000 - $700,000
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