WIP Control 62000 Manufacturing OH Control 62000 Finished Goods Control 71500

Wip control 62000 manufacturing oh control 62000

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WIP Control 62,000 Manufacturing OH Control 62,000 Finished Goods Control 71,500 WIP Control 71,500 Accounts Receivable Control 104,800 Revenues 104,800 Cost of Goods Sold 71,500 Finished Goods Control 71,500
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-------------------------------------------------------------- Viola --------------------------------------------------------------- 3). Immediate write-off to Cost of Goods Sold approach---- PRACTICAL 5.Determine the OH amountallocated to each job. AppliedThis is asked to compute under normal costing. Using the information in question details to compute budgeted rate, then use budgeted rate* actual activities. [Week 3] . .
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-------------------------------------------------------------- Viola --------------------------------------------------------------- Opening WIP =0 不需要分 Average weighted FIFO. 2. journal entries for process costing systems PPT26 Separate work-in-progress account for each department: Assembly and finishing. Work-in-progress, Assembly 84,050 Accounts Payable Control 84,050 (To record direct materials purchased and used) Work-in-progress, Assembly 62, 000 Various accounts 62,000 (To record Assembly Department conversion costs ) Work-in-progress, Finishing 132,043 Work-in-progress, Assembly 132, 043 (To record cost of goods completed and transferred from Assembly to Finishing during the period.)
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