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    Biro Manufacturing started 2005 with the following account balances.

    Cash 800
    Raw Materials Inventory 960
    Work in Process Inventory 640
    Finished Goods Inventory (320 inits @ $5) 1,600
    Common Stock 1,600
    Retained Earnings 2,400

    Transactions during 2005
    1. Purchased 2,304 of raw materials with cash
    2. Transferred 3,000 of raw materials to the production department
    3. Incurred and paid cash for 180 hours of direct labor @ 12.80 per hour
    4. Applied Overhead costs to the work in process inventory account. The predetermined overhead rate is 13.20 per direct labor hour.
    5. Incurred actual overhead costs on 2,400 cash.
    6. Completed work on 1,200 units for 5.12 per unit
    7. Paid 1,200 in selling and administrative expenses in cash
    8. Sold 1,200 units for,680 cash revenue (assume FIFO cost flow)

    Biro charges overapplied or underapplied overhead directly to Cost of Goods Sold.

    A. Record the preceding events in a horizontal statements model. Also designate the classification of cash flows using the letters OA for operating activities, IA for investing activities, and FA for financial activities.

    B. Prepare a schedule of costs of goods manufactured and sold, an income statement, a balance sheet, and a statement of cash flows for 2005.

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