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O'Leary Corporation manufactures special purpose portable structures (huts, mobile offices, and so on) for use at construction sites. It only builds to order (each unit is built to customer specifications).O'Leary uses a normal job costing system. Direct labor at O'Leary is paid $17 per hour, but the employees are not paid if they are not working on jobs. Manufacturing overhead is assigned to jobs by a predetermined rate on the basis of direct labor-hours. The company incurred manufacturing overhead costs during two recent years (adjusted for price-level changes using current prices and wage rates). See the attached document "Problem Cost Estimation, Estimating Overhead Rates, Job Costing, Decision-Making: O'Leary Corporation for all properly formatted information.
a. What was the amount in the beginning Finished Goods and beginning Work-In-Process accounts for year 3?
b. O'Leary incurred direct materials cost of $57,000 and used an additional 300 hours in year 3 to complete job MC-275. What was the final total cost charged to job MC-275?
c. What was the over-applied or under-applied overhead for year 3?
d. O'Leary prorates any over-applied or under-applied overhead to Cost of Goods Sold, Finished Goods Inventory, and Work-In-Process Inventory. Prepare the journal entry to prorate the Over-applied or Under-applied Overhead computed in requirement (C).
e. A customer has asked O'Leary to bid on a job to be completed in year 4. O'Leary estimates that the job will require about $92,500 in direct materials and 5,000 direct labor-hours. Because of the economy, O'Leary expects demand for their services to be low in year 4, and the CEO wants to bid aggressively, but does not want to lose any money on the project. O'Leary estimates that there would be virtually no sales or administrative costs associated with this job. What is the minimum amount O'Leary can bid on the job and still not incur a loss?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com April 4, 2020, 12:02 am ad1c9bdddf
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This solution is comprised of a cost accounting problem that deals with several different topics. These topics include: how to calculate work-in-process inventory, finished goods inventory, over-applied overhead, and record the required journal entry to prorate the over-applied overhead. An additional part of the problem requires decision making.
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