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Calculating Product Cost Using Variable and Absorption Costing

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Manufacturing costs:

Fixed overhead $200,000
Variable Overhead $4.00 per Tent
Direct Labor $16.00 per Tent
Direct Materials $40 per tent
Beg. Inv. 0
Tents Produced 10,000
Tents Sold 9,000
Selling and admin costs.
Fixed $400,000
Variable $6 per tent sold

The tent sells for $150.00 and Management is interested in opening month's result and has asked for an income statement.

a. Assume the company uses absorption costing to calculate the manufacturing cost per unit:
i) $80.00
ii) Prepare an absorption costing income statement for the month of June 2005

b. Assuming the company uses variable costing, calculate the manufacturing cost per unit:
i) $60.00
ii) Prepare a variable costing income statement for the month of June 2005

c. Reconcile the differences in the net income between the two methods.

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The Solution to your posted problem provided in a separate excel file attached includes the following:
1. Data used in the problem
2. Statement of unit cost analysis under Variable and absorption costing
3. Income statement under Absorption costing
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This solution provides guidelines on calculating the product costing variable costing and absorption costing, as well as reconcile the two differences in the net income between the two methods.

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