1.6 The Statement of Cost of Goods Manufactured

The statement of cost of goods manufactured supports the cost of goods sold figure on the income statement.  The two most important numbers on this statement are the total manufacturing cost and the cost of goods manufactured. Be careful not to confuse the terms total manufacturing cost and cost of goods manufactured with each other or with the cost of goods sold.

Total Manufacturing Cost includes the costs of all resources put into production during the period (meaning, the direct materials, direct labor and overhead applied). Cost of goods manufactured consists of the cost of all goods completed during the period. It includes total manufacturing costs plus the beginning work in process inventory minus the ending work in process inventory. Cost of goods sold are the costs of all goods SOLD during the period and includes the cost of goods manufactured plus the beginning finished goods inventory minus the ending finished goods inventory.  Cost of goods sold is reported as an expense on the income statements and is the only time product costs are expensed.  This chart will summarize the formulas you will need:

Direct Materials Used Beginning Raw Materials Inventory + Raw Material Purchases - Ending Raw Materials Inventory - Indirect Materials Used
Total Manufacturing Cost Direct Materials + Direct Labor + Overhead applied
Cost of Goods Manufactured Total Manufacturing Cost (Direct Materials + Direct Labor + Overhead applied) + Beginning Work In Process Inventory - Ending Work in Process Inventory
Cost of Goods Sold Beginning Finished Goods Inventory + Cost of Goods Manufactured - Ending Finished Goods Inventory
 



NoteLook at the following example.  Farside Manufacturing makes calendars and books.  The schedule (or statement) of cost of goods manufactured follows:

Farside Manufacturing Company  
Statement of cost of goods manufactured  
For the year ended December 31  
Direct Materials Used:

  Raw Materials inventory, January 1 $40,000
  Raw Materials purchases 480,000
  Less: Raw Materials inventory, December 31 30,000
  Raw Materials used $490,000
Less: Indirect Materials Used $0
Direct Materials Used $490,000
Direct labor 380,000
Manufacturing overhead:
  Indirect labor $120,000
  Maintenance and repairs expense 60,000
  Factory utilities expense 10,000
  Depreciation expense – factory building 20,000
  Depreciation expense – factory equipment 30,000
  Other expense – factory 20,000
    Total manufacturing overhead 260,000
Total Manufacturing Cost   $1,130,000
  Add: Work in process inventory, January 1 30,000
  Less: Work in process inventory, December 31 -60,000
Cost of goods manufactured   $1,100,000
Note how the statement shows the costs incurred for direct materials, direct labor, and manufacturing overhead. The statement totals these three costs for total manufacturing cost during the period. When adding beginning work in process inventory and deducting ending work in process inventory from the total manufacturing cost, we obtain cost of goods manufactured or completed. Cost of goods sold does not appear on the cost of goods manufactured statement but on the income statement.

To make the manufacturer’s income statement more understandable to readers of the financial statements, accountants do not show all of the details that appear in the cost of goods manufactured statement. Next, we show the income statement for Farside Manufacturing Company. Notice the relationship of the statement of cost of goods manufactured to the income statement.

The cost of goods manufactured appears in the cost of goods sold section of the income statement. The cost of goods manufactured is in the same place that purchases would be presented on a merchandiser’s income statement. We add cost of goods manufactured to beginning finished goods inventory to derive cost of goods available for sale. This is similar to the merchandiser who presents purchases added to beginning merchandise to derive goods available for sale.

Farside Manufacturing Company
Income statement
For the year ended December 31
Sales $1,800,000
Cost of goods sold:
  Finished goods inventory, January 1 $50,000
  Cost of goods manufactured 1,100,000
  Cost of goods available for sale $1,150,000
  Less: Finished goods inventory, December 31 60,000
  Cost of goods sold 1,090,000
  Gross margin (Sales - Cost of goods sold) $710,000
Operating expenses:
  Selling expenses $300,000
  Administrative expenses 200,000
  Total operating expenses 500,000
  Income from operations $210,000
Note: Cost of goods available for sale represents all items completed and read to sell during the period.  It is calculated as beginning finished goods inventory + cost of goods manufactured from the statement of cost of goods manufactured.  Income from operations is calculated as Gross Margin (also called Gross Profit) - total operating expenses.

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