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ACC560002VA016-1208-001: Cost Accounting / Homework: Chapter 4

*Brief Exercise 4-7

Spud, Inc. a manufacturer of gourmet potato chips, employs activity-based costing. The budgeted data for each of the activity cost pools is provided below for the year 2020.

Activity Cost Pools

Estimated

Overhead

Estimated Use of

Cost Drivers per Activity

Ordering and receiving

\$117,750

15,700

orders

Food processing

425,150

55,000

machine hours

Packaging

1,944,560

436,000

labor hours

For 2020, the company had 11,300 orders and used 49,700 machine hours, and labor hours totaled 491,000.

Calculate the overhead rates for each activity. (Round answers to 2 decimal places, e.g. 12.25.)

Overhead Rates

Ordering and receiving

\$

per order

Food processing

\$

per machine hour

Packaging

\$

per labor hour

What is the total overhead applied?

Total overhead applied

\$

ACC560002VA016-1208-001: Cost Accounting / Homework: Chapter 4

*Brief Exercise 4-12

Spin Cycle Architecture uses three activity pools to apply overhead to its projects. Each activity has a cost driver used to allocate the overhead costs to the projects. The activities and related overhead costs are as follows: initial concept formation \$52,400; design \$462,000; and construction oversight \$116,550. The cost drivers and estimated use are as follows.

Activities

Cost Drivers

Estimated Use of Cost

Drivers per Activity

Initial concept formation

Number of project changes

20

Design

Square feet

154,000

Construction oversight

Number of months

105

(a) Compute the predetermined overhead rate for each activity.

Overhead Rate

Initial concept formation

\$

per project change

Design

\$

per square foot

Construction oversight

\$

Per month

(b) Classify each of these activities as unit-level, batch-level, product-level, or facility-level.

Activities

Level

Initial concept formation

Unit-level Facility-level Batch-level Product-level

Design

Unit-level Facility-level Batch-level Product-level

Construction oversight

Unit-level Facility-level Batch-level Product-level

*Exercise 4-1 (Video)

Saddle Inc. has two types of handbags: standard and custom. The controller has decided to use a plantwide overhead rate based on direct labor costs. The president has heard of activity-based costing and wants to see how the results would differ if this system were used. Two activity cost pools were developed: machining and machine setup. Presented below is information related to the company's operations.

Standard

Custom

Direct labor costs

\$50,000

\$100,000

Machine hours

1,500

1,200

Setup hours

90

360

Total estimated overhead costs are \$297,000. Overhead cost allocated to the machining activity cost pool is \$189,000, and \$108,000 is allocated to the machine setup activity cost pool.

Compute the overhead rate using the traditional (plantwide) approach. (Round answer to 2 decimal places, e.g. 12.25.)

Predetermined overhead rate

% of direct labor cost

Compute the overhead rates using the activity-based costing approach.

Machining

\$

per machine hour

Machine setup

\$

per setup hour

Determine the difference in allocation between the two approaches.

Traditional costing

Standard

\$

Custom

\$

Activity-based costing

Standard

\$

Custom

\$

*Exercise 4-14 a1-a2, b (Video)

Venus Creations sells window treatments (shades, blinds, and awnings) to both commercial and residential customers. The following information relates to its budgeted operations for the current year.

Commercial

Residential

Revenues

\$316,250

\$480,000

Direct materials costs

\$30,000

\$50,000

Direct labor costs

120,000

280,000

Overhead costs

86,250

236,250

175,000

505,000

Operating income (loss)

\$80,000

\$(25,000)

The controller, Peggy Kingman, is concerned about the residential product line. She cannot understand why this line is not more profitable given that the installations of window coverings are less complex for residential customers. In addition, the residential client base resides in close proximity to the company office, so travel costs are not as expensive on a per client visit for residential customers. As a result, she has decided to take a closer look at the overhead costs assigned to the two product lines to determine whether a more accurate product costing model can be developed. Here are the three activity cost pools and related information she developed:

Activity Cost Pools

Estimated Overhead

Cost Drivers

Scheduling and travel

\$86,250

Hours of travel

Setup time

135,000

Number of setups

Supervision

40,000

Direct labor cost

Estimated Use of Cost Drivers per Product

Commercial

Residential

Scheduling and travel

750

500

Setup time

500

250

Compute the activity-based overhead rates for each of the three cost pools. (Round overhead rate for supervision to 2 decimal places, e.g. 0.38.)

Overhead Rates

Scheduling and travel

\$

per dollar

Setup time

\$

per setup

Supervision

\$

per dollar

Determine the overhead cost assigned to each product line.

Commercial

Residential

Scheduling and travel

\$

\$

Setup time

\$

\$

Supervision

\$

\$

Total cost assigned

\$

\$

Compute the operating income for each product line, using the activity-based overhead rates.

Operating income (loss)

Commercial

\$

Residential

\$

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- C edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/Iti/main.uni Return to Blackboard WileyPLUS Weygandt, Managerial Accounting, Se Help | System Announcements CALCULATOR PRINTER VER ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES Overhead Rates Homework: Chapter 4 Brief Exercise 4-7 Scheduling and travel \$ per dollar Brief Exercise 4-12 Setup time per setup Exercise 4-1 (Video) Exercise 4-14 al-a2, b (Video) Supervision per dollar Review Score Review Results by Study LINK TO TEXT VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE Objective Determine the overhead cost assigned to each product line. Commercial Residential Scheduling and travel Setup time Supervision Total cost assigned LINK TO TEXT VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE Compute the operating income for each product line, using the activity-based overhead rates. Operating income (loss) Commercial Residential LINK TO TEXT VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE 8:46 Type here to search O 22 W 10/22/20

Home | iCampus X WileyPLUS X + edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/Iti/main.uni WileyPLUS Return to Blackboard Weygandt, Managerial Accounting, Se Help | System Announcements ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES CALCULATOR PRINTER VERSION BACK NEXT Homework: Chapter 4 Exercise 4-14 al-a2, b (Video) Brief Exercise 4-7 Brief Exercise 4-12 Venus Creations sells window treatments (shades, blinds, and awnings) to both commercial and residential customers. The following information relates to its budgeted operations for the current year. Exercise 4-1 (Video) Commercial Residential Revenues \$316,250 \$480,000 Direct materials costs \$30,000 \$50,000 Direct labor costs 120,000 Review Score 280,000 Review Results by Study Overhead costs 86,250 236,250 175,000 505,000 Objective Operating income (loss) \$80,000 \$(25,000) The controller, Peggy Kingman, is concerned about the residential product line. She cannot understand why this line is not more profitable given that the installations of window coverings are less complex for residential customers. In addition, the residential client base resides in close proximity to the company office, so travel costs are not as expensive on a per client visit for residential customers. As a result, she has decided to take a closer look at the overhead costs assigned to the two product lines to determine whether a more accurate product costing model can be developed. Here are the three activity cost pools and related information she developed: Estimated Activity Cost Pools Overhead Cost Drivers Scheduling and travel \$86,250 Hours of travel Setup time 135,000 Number of setups Supervision 40,000 Direct labor cost Estimated Use of Cost Drivers per Product Commercial Residential Scheduling and travel 750 500 Setup time 500 250 Compute the activity-based overhead rates for each of the three cost pools. (Round overhead rate for supervision to 2 decimal places, e.g. 0.38.) Overhead Rates Scheduling and travel per dollar Setup time per setup Supervision per dollar 8:45 PM O 22 W 10/22/2020 Type here to search Ri

Home | iCampus x WileyPLUS X + * -&gt; C edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/Iti/main.uni Return to Blackboard WileyPLUS Weygandt, Managerial Accounting, Se Help | System Announcements %% of direct labor cost NEXT ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES Predetermined overhead rate CALCULATOR PRINTER VERSION BACK Homework: Chapter 4 Brief Exercise 4-7 LINK TO TEXT LINK TO TEXT Brief Exercise 4-12 VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE Exercise 4-1 (Video) Exercise 4-14 al-a2, b (Video) Compute the overhead rates using the activity-based costing approach. Review Score Machining per machine hour Review Results by Study Objective Machine setup per setup hour LINK TO TEXT LINK TO TEXT VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE Determine the difference in allocation between the two approaches. Traditional costing Standard Custom Activity-based costing Standard Custom LINK TO TEXT LINK TO TEXT VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE Question Attempts: 0 of 3 used SAVE FOR LATER SUBMIT ANSWER 8:44 PM Type here to search O W 10/22/2020

Home | iCampus X WileyPLUS X + * -&gt; C a edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/Iti/main.uni Return to Blackboard WileyPLUS Weygandt, Managerial Accounting, Se Help | System Announcements CALCULATOR PRINTER VERSION BACK NEXT ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES Homework: Chapter 4 Exercise 4-1 (Video) Brief Exercise 4-7 Saddle Inc. has two types of handbags: standard and custom. The controller has decided to use a plantwide overhead rate based on direct labor costs. The president has heard of activity-based costing and wants Brief Exercise 4-12 to see how the results would differ if this system were used. Two activity cost pools were developed: machining and machine setup. Presented below is information related to the company's operations. Exercise 4-1 (Video) Exercise 4-14 al-a2, b Standard Custom (Video) Direct labor costs \$50,000 \$100,000 Machine hours 1,500 1,200 Review Score Setup hours 90 360 Review Results by Study Objective Total estimated overhead costs are \$297,000. Overhead cost allocated to the machining activity cost pool is \$189,000, and \$108,000 is allocated to the machine setup activity cost pool. Compute the overhead rate using the traditional (plantwide) approach. (Round answer to 2 decimal places, e.g. 12.25.) Predetermined overhead rate % of direct labor cost LINK TO TEXT LINK TO TEXT VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE Compute the overhead rates using the activity-based costing approach. Machining per machine hour Machine setup per setup hour LINK TO TEXT LINK TO TEXT VIDEO: SIMILAR EXERCISE Determine the difference in allocation between the two approaches. Traditional costing Standard Custom 8:44 PM Type here to search O W 10/22/2020

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