B-24.03 Problem

B-24.03 Problem - The company has capacity to produce...

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B-24.03 (a) The market for paintballs has become very competitive and management has Summit Paintball Supply manufactures paintballs used by recreational gamers. The cost of producing a box of 2,500 paintballs is as follows: Direct materials $ 12.50 Direct labor 6.25 Variable factory overhead 18.75 Fixed factory overhead 25.00 Variable selling, general, and administrative costs 18.75 Fixed selling, general, and administrative costs 4.00 The fixed factory overhead and fixed SG&A cost is allocated based on an assumption that the business will produce 400,000 boxes of paintballs per year.
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Unformatted text preview: The company has capacity to produce 500,000 boxes without impacting either category of fixed cost. requested to know the break-even price that can be charged for a box of paintballs, assuming production and sale of 400,000 boxes. (b) Management has received a special order request for 100,000 boxes of "private label" paintballs. The order specifies a per box price of $75. How will profitability be impacted if the order is accepted?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING 101 taught by Professor Hudack during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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