What is the time frame for achieving results c who

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What is the time frame for achieving results? c. Who will be responsible? What difference will an action make? d. How much will it cost?
[CPA Adapted] Mikaelabelle Products sells product A at a selling price of $40 per unit. Mikaelabelle’s cost per unit based on the full capacity of 500,000 units is as follows: Direct materials $ Direct labor 3 Indirect manufacturing (60% of which is fixed) 10 $19 A one-time-only special order offering to buy 50,000 units was received from an overseas distributor. The only other costs that would be incurred on this order would be $4 per unit for shipping. Mikaelabelle has sufficient existing capacity to manufacture the additional units. In negotiating a price for the special order, Mikaelabelle should consider that the minimum selling price per unit should be 6 $23.
The following data apply to questions 4 and 5. Troy Instruments uses ten units of Part Number S1798 each month in the production of scientific equipment. The unit cost to manufacturing one unit of S1798 is presented below. Direct materials $ 4,000 Materials handling (10% of direct materials cost) 400 Direct manufacturing labor 6,000 Indirect manufacturing (200% of direct labor) 12,000 Total manufacturing cost $22,400 Materials handling represents the direct variable costs of the Receiving Department that are applied to direct materials and purchased components on the basis of their cost. This is a separate charge in addition to indirect manufacturing cost. Troy’s annual indirect manufacturing cost budget is one-fourth variable 10
and three-fourths fixed. Duncan Supply, one of Troy’s reliable vendors, has offered to supply Part Number S1798 at a unit price of $17,000. [CMA Adapted] If Troy purchases the S1798 units from Duncan, the capacity Troy used to manufacture these parts would be idle. Should Troy decide to purchase the parts from Duncan, the unit cost of S1798 would
[CMA Adapted] Assume that Troy Instruments does not wish to commit to a rental agreement to rent all idle capacity but could use idle capacity to manufacture another product that would contribute $60,000 per month. If Troy elects to manufacture S1798 in order to maintain quality control, Troy’s opportunity cost is
Which of the following is not a correct use of the term “opportunity cost”? Opportunity costs are considered period costs rather than inventoriable costs for accounting purposes. Opportunity costs must be considered by managers when making decisions Opportunity cost plus the incremental future revenues and costs equal the relevant revenues and costs of any alternative when capacity is constrained. The opportunity cost of holding inventory is the income forgone by tying up money in inventory and not investing it elsewhere.

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