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    Variable and Absorption Costing

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    JT ENTERPRISES
    Income statement
    John Tyler started a small manufacturing company, JT Enterprises, at the beginning of 2005. John has prepared the following income statement for the first quarter of operations.

    Sales Revenue(25,00 units) $1,200,000
    Less variable costs:
    Variable costs of goods sold $540,000
    Variable selling and administrative expenses $260,000 $800,000
    Contribution Margin =$400,000
    Less fixed Costs:
    Fixed manufacturing overhead $300,000
    Fixed selling and administrative expenses $150,000 450,000
    Net Loss = (50,000)

    The variable costs of goods sold includes the costs of direct materials, direct labor, and variable manufacturing overhead. The company began the quarter with no inventory; it manufcatured 30,000 units over the period. Variable selling and administrative expenses are based on unites sold.

    A. Calc. the unit product cost using absorption costing.
    B. Rework the income statement using absorption costing.
    C. does the net loss figure change using absorption costing? if yes, explain why?
    D. During the second quarter of operations, JT again manufactured 30,000 units but sold 35,000 units . Prepare income statements for the second quarter using both variable- and absorption- costing methods.
    E. Explain the difference in net income ( or loss) in the second quarter between the two statements prepared in requirement (D)

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