dollar sales for the Commercial Division and the Residential Division Round CM

# Dollar sales for the commercial division and the

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dollar sales for the Commercial Division and the Residential Division. (Round CM ratio to 2 decimal places and final answers to the nearest whole dollar amount.) Show less Commercial Division Residential Division Break-even point < Reg 6 Req7) < Prev 5 of 7 !! Next > assignment 2: Absorpti x + Assignment 2: Absorption and Variable Costing 6 Toxaway Company is a merchandiser that segments its business into two divisions-Commercial and Residential. The company's accounting intern was asked to prepare segmented income statements that the company's divisional managers could use to calculate their break-even points and make decisions. She took the prior month's companywide income statement and prepared the absorption format segmented income statement shown below: eBook Sales Cost of goods sold Gross margin
Selling and administrative expenses Net operating income Total Company Commercial Residential \$855,000 \$285,000 \$570,000 564,300 153,900 410,480 290,700 131, 100 159,600 268,800 118,eee 150, eee \$ 22,700 \$ 13,100 \$ 9,600 References In preparing these statements, the intern determined that Toxaway's only variable selling and administrative expense is a 10% sales commission on all sales. The company's total fixed expenses include \$76,500 of common fixed expenses that would continue to be incurred even if the Commercial or Residential segments are discontinued, \$64,000 of fixed expenses that would be avoided if the Commercial segment is dropped, and \$42,000 of fixed expenses that would be avoided if the Residential segment is dropped. Required: 1. Do you agree with the intern's decision to use an absorption format for her segmented income statement? 2. Based on a review of the intern's segmented income statement a. How much of the company's common fixed expenses did she allocate to the Commercial and Residential segments? b. Which of the following three allocation bases did she most likely used to allocate common fixed expenses to the Commercial and Residential segments: (a) sales, (b) cost of goods sold, or (c) gross margin? 3. Do you agree with the intern's decision to allocate the common fixed expenses to the Commercial and Residential segments? 4. Redo the intern's segmented income statement using the contribution format 5. Compute the companywide break-even point in dollar sales. 6. Compute the break-even point in dollar sales for the Commercial
Division and for the Residential Division 7. Assume the company decided to pay its sales representatives in the Commercial and Residential Divisions a total monthly salary of \$18,000 and \$36,000, respectively, and to lower its companywide sales commission percentage from 10% to 5%. Calculate the new break-even point in dollar sales for the Commercial Division and the Residential Division < Prev 5 of 7 Next > Sales Cost of goods sold Gross margin Selling and administrative expenses Net operating income Total Company Commercial Residential \$855,000 \$285,000 \$570,000 564,300 153,900 410,400 290,700 131,100 159,600 268,000 118,000 150,000 \$ 22,700 \$ 13,100 \$ 9,600 In preparing these statements, the intern determined that Toxaway's only variable selling and administrative expense is a 10% sales commission on all sales. The company's total fixed expenses

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