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Understanding Segmented Income Statements

# 1. The Winter Products Division of American Sports Corporation produces and markets two products for use in the snow: Sleds and Saucers. The following data were gathered on activities last month: (see attached file for chart) Prepare a segmented income statement in the contribution format for last month. # 2. Th

Financial Accounting: pro Forma income statements, Dr. Shah, surgery

Lee Shah, a board certified ophthalmologist, has been successful in private practice for 15 years. At the beginning of 2009 he met Ann Casey, a newly minted ophthalmologist, and agreed to employ her in his practice. (See contract terms below.) As a result Dr. Shah reorganized his practice as a new limited liability corporation,

Poukou budgeted CGS and Purchases

7 Poukou Products, a wholesaler fishing equipment, budgeted the following sales for the indicated months June 20X8 July 20X8 August 20X8 Sales on account $1,850,000 1,960,000 2,100,000 Cash Sales $280,000 240,000 260,000 Total Sales $2,100,000 $2,200,000 $2,360,000 All merchandise is marked u

Consolidated net income from five separate company

Dryburgh Corporation acquired 80 percent of the voting common stock of Burns Company on January 1, 2002. The acquisition cost included a $40,000 purchase differential assigned to equipment with an estimated life of 5 years. Burns Company owns 70 percent of the voting common stock of Leith, Inc., acquired at underlying book value

Journalize adjustments, post, trial balance, income statement

The trial balance of Save-More Wholesale Company contained the accounts shown at December 31, the end of the company's fiscal year. SAVE-MORE WHOLESALE COMPANY 10-Column Worksheet December 31, 2007 Unadjusted Trial Balance Adjustment Adjusted Trial Balance Income Statement Ba

Computer Company: Classify costs and calculate COGM, COGS and Income statement

Computer Company, a manufacturer of computers systems, started production in August 2010. This company has completed everything in production, so there is no ending work in process. The company produced 500 computer systems and had no unfinished goods (WIP). They sold 475 computer systems. Questions Based on the below info

Variances; Grater segmented income statement; division ROI

Photos Inc. has a standard cost system in which it applies overhead to products based on the standard direct labor hours allowed for the actual output of the period. Data concerning the most recent year appear below: Total budgeted fixed overhead cost for the year $250,000 Actual fixed overhead cost for the year $265,000

Oliver Inc. Rocking Chairs: Accounting Problems

Oliver Inc. produced an oak rocking chair that is designed to ease back problems. The chairs sell for $200 each. Results from last year's operations are as follows: Inventory and production data: Units in beginning inventory 0 Units produced during the year 20,000 Units sold during the year 18,000 Variable costs (unit)

Identify and discuss Income Statement Weaknesses for Walters Corporation

WALTERS CORPORATION INCOME STATEMENT YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2010 Revenues Gross sales, including sales taxes $1,044,300 Less: Returns, allowances, and cash discounts 56,200 Net sales 988,100 Dividends, interest, and purchase discounts 30,250 Recoveries of accounts written off in prior years 13,850 Total revenues 1,03

Product costs and income statements: Maxwell Company

Maxwell Company manufactures and sells a single product. The following costs were incurred during the company's first year of operations: Variable costs per unit: Manufacturing : Direct materials $18, Direct labor $7, Variable manufacturing overhead $2, Variable selling and administrative $5, Fixed costs per year $160,000, Fixed

ACC403: A Revised Income Statement and The Contribution Margin Approach

Identify any activity in Enterprise Rent-A-Car organization where you can apply breakeven analysis. Define: A unit of measurement for the activity Revenue per unit for the activity Variable costs for the activity Fixed costs for the period in the activity If you cannot identify specific actual amounts, ma

Contribution Format versus Traditional Income Statement

Marwick's Pianos, Inc., purchases pianos from a large manufacturer and sells them at the retail level. The pianos cost, on the average, $2,450 each from the manufacturer. Marwick's Pianos, Inc., sells the pianos to its customers at an average price of $3,125 each. The selling and administrative costs that the company incurs in a

Jackson Company Contribution Income Statement: compute variable manuf CGS

Jackson Company had the following data (in thousands) for a given period. Assume there are no inventories. Direct labor $170 Direct materials 210 Variable indirect manufacturing 110 Contribution margin 200 Fixed selling and administrative expenses 100 Operating income 10 Sales 990 Compute the (a) variable manufacturi

Considering Income Statements for Three Companies

See the attached file for clarity. Income statements for three companies are provided below: Company A Company B Company C Sales (10 units) $600 (A) $600 (B) $600 (C) Less variable costs 400 (A) 250 (B) 0 (C) Less fixed costs 100 (A) 250 (B) 500 (C) Net income $100 (A) $100 (B) $100 (C) T

Income statement cash flow

The following is partial trail balance for the Green corporation as of Dec Account Title Debit Credit sales revenue 1,300,000 interest revenue 30,000 Gain

Prepare and Income statement and compute earnings per share

You were recently hired as the assistant treasurer for Victor, Inc. Yesterday, the treasurer was injured in a bicycle accident and is now hospitalized, unconscious. Your boss, Mr. Fernandes, just informed you that the financial statements are due today. Searching through the treasurer's desk, you find the following notes: a.

Proforma Income Statement

Assumptions for status quo pro forma. â?¢ Sales growth 1.5% â?¢ Use %-of-Sales for COGS, GA&S Expense, Depreciation, and short-term assets and liabilities. â?¢ Dividends will be the same dollar amount as 2009. â?¢ Tax rate is 32% â?¢ $500,000 of long-term debt will be repaid during 2010 â?¢ Short-term debt

Accounting answers

* Please look at the attachment. * Please describe how to solve the answers. Adriana Lopez expects second quarter 2010 sales of her enew line of computer furniture to be the same as the first quarter's sales (reported below) without any changes in strategy. Monthly sales averaged 40 desk units (sales price of $1,250) and 20

Accounting 21-3B: Collosal Entermainment Department Income Statements

Please see the file attached. Collosal Enteretainment began operations in January 2009 with two operating (selling) departments and one service (office) department. Its departmental income statements attached. The company plans to open a third department in January 2010 that will sell compact discs. Management predicts tha

Statement of Net Income, Retained Earnings and Balance Sheet

Prepare an income statement, balance sheet, and statement of changes in owner's equity; analyze results. The following information was obtained from the records of Shae, Inc. Merchandise inventory 264,000 Notes payable (long term) 300,000 Sales

Income Statements and Market Value

I need assistance solving the following problems related to the income statement and market value. 1. Mike's Machine Shop has an EBITDA of $512,725.20, EBIT of $362,450.20, and cash flow of $348,461.25. What is the firm's net income after taxes? 2. Larry's Landscaping reported the following information to its' stockholders

Income Statement Performance Report

My Toys Manufacturing projected 2009 sales of 10,000 units at $12.00 per unit. Actual sales for the year were 14,000 units at $12.50 per unit. Actual variable expenses, budgeted at $5.00 per unit, amounted to $4.80 per unit. Actual fixes expenses, budgeted at $60,000, totaled $62,500. Prepare My Toy's income statement perform

Preparing a multiple step income statement

E4-5 multiple step and extraordinary items) the following balances were taken from the books of parnevik corp on December 31 2010 Interest revenue 86000 cash 51,000 sales 1,280,000 accounts receivable 150,000 prepaid insurance 20,000 sales returns and allowances 150,000 allowance for doubtful accou