Merton Shovel Corporation has decided to bid for a contract to supply shovels

Merton Shovel Corporation has decided to bid for a contract to supply shovels to the Honduran Army. The Honduran Army intends to buy 1,400 shovels per year for the next 3 years. To supply these shovels, Merton will have to acquire manufacturing equipment at a cost of $160,000. This equipment will be depreciated on a straight-line basis over its five-year lifetime. At the end of the third year, Merton can sell the equipment for exactly its book value ($64,000). Additional fixed costs will be $40,000 per year, and variable costs will be $4 per shovel. An additional investment of $23,400 in net working capital will be required when the project is initiated. This investment will be recovered at the end of…

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Huebert Company provided the following information for last year:

Huebert Company provided the following information for last year:
Beginning inventories:
Direct materials …………………….$ 52,700
Work in process ……………………. 25,000
Finished goods ……………………… 75,000
Ending inventories:
Direct materials …………………….$ 42,700
Work in process ……………………. 50,000
Finished goods …………………….. 140,000
During the year, direct materials purchases amounted to $270,000, direct labor cost was $304,000, and overhead cost was $506,000. During the year, 25,000 units were completed.

Required:
1. Calculate the total cost of direct materials used in production.
2. Calculate the cost of goods manufactured. Calculate the unit manufacturing cost.
3. Of the unit manufacturing cost calculated in Requirement 2, assume $11 is direct materials and $12 is direct labor. What is the prime cost per unit? Conversion cost per unit?

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On 1 July 2015, Richmond Ltd acquired 40% of the share capital of Carlton Ltd

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On 1 July 2015, Sweets Ltd purchased 80% of the issued shares of Savoury Ltd

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On 1 July 2017, Fantastic Ltd entered into a lease agreement

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Consolidation: Principles, accounting requirements, intra-group transactions and non-controlling interests

ACC567 Financial Accounting 2 Question 1 – Consolidation: Principles, accounting requirements, intra-group transactions and non-controlling interests On 1 July 2015, Sweets Ltd purchased 80% of the issued shares of Savoury Ltd for $890,000. At the date of acquisition, the equity of Savoury Ltd consisted of share capital and retained earnings of $500,000 and $425,000 respectively. At the date of acquisition, all assets of Savoury Ltd were recorded at fair value, except for inventory, that had a fair value which was $10,000 higher than its carrying amount. All of this inventory was on-sold to external parties by 30 June 2016. As at 30 June 2017, the following financial statements have been extracted from the financial records of Sweets Ltd and Savoury Ltd: Sweets Ltd…

On December 31, 2011, Pen Corporation purchased 80 percent of the stock of Sut Company at book

On December 31, 2011, Pen Corporation purchased 80 percent of the stock of Sut Company at book value. The data reported on their separate balance sheets immediately after the acquisition follow. At December 31, 2011, Pen Corporation owes Sut $10,000 on accounts payable. (All amounts are in thousands.) Pen Sut Assets Cash 64 36 Accounts receivable-net 90 68 Inventories 286 112 Land 400 Building-net 760 350 Net Income 1600 566 Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity Accounts payable 80 66 Common stock, $20 par 920 300 Retained earnings 600 200 1600 566   REQUIRED 1. Prepare a consolidated balance sheet for Pen Corporation and Subsidiary at December 31, 2011. 2. Compute consolidated net income for 2012 assuming that Pen Corporation reported separate income…

US Bright produces a list of the activities performed at Cravings for cakes

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The Lotus Corporation signs a lease agreement dated January 1, 2010

The Lotus Corporation signs a lease agreement dated January 1, 2010 that provides for it to lease equipment from Dragon Company beginning January 1, 2010. The lease terms, provisions, and related events are as follows: The lease is non-cancellable and has a term of five years. The annual rentals are $83,222.92, payable at the end of each year, and provide Dragon with a 12% annual rate of return on its net investment. The Lotus Corporation agrees to pay all executory costs at the end of each year. In 2010, these were insurance, $3,760; property taxes, $5,440. In 2011: insurance, $3,100; property taxes, $5,330. There is no renewal or bargain purchase option. Lotus estimates that the equipment has a fair value of…

The Sax Company signs a lease agreement dated January 1, 2010 that provides for it to lease computers

The Sax Company signs a lease agreement dated January 1, 2010 that provides for it to lease computers from the Appleton Company beginning January 1, 2010. The lease terms, provisions, and related events are as follows: The lease term is five years. The lease is noncancelable and requires equal rental payments to be made at the end of each year. The computers have an estimated life of five years, a fair value of $300,000, and a zero estimated residual value. Sax Company agrees to pay all executory costs. The lease contains no renewal or bargain purchase option. The annual payment is set by Appleton at $83,222.92 to earn a rate of return of 12% on its net investment. The Sax Company…

The Timmer Company signs a lease agreement dated January 1, 2007

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