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Creative Products Inc: costs, COGS, net income

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Creative Products Inc. incurred the following costs:

Administrative Costs = $2,000
Advertising Costs = $1,000
Direct Material Used = $8,000
Direct Labor = $20,000
Factory equipment deprectiation= $1,000
Factory Rent = $5,000
Indirect Labor = $3,000
Indirect Materials = $2,000

During the year, 3,000 units were produced out of which 2,750 units were sold for $30.

A) Calculate the total product costs incurred for the year.
B) What is the product cost per unit?
C) What is the cost of goods sold for the year?
D) What is net income for the year?

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(A)

8,000 + 20,000 = 28,000
direct materials + direct labor = total product costs incurred for the year.

(B) ...

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This solution calculates the product costs, cost per unit, COGS, and net income for the year, for Creative Products, Inc. All calculations are provided.

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