ACC – Westin Watercraft’s Solution

Westin Watercraft’s predetermined overhead rate for year 2011 is 200% of direct labor. Information on the company’s production activities during May 2011 follows. a. Purchased raw materials on credit, $125,000. b. Paid $84,000 cash for factory wages. c. Paid $11,000 cash to a computer consultant to reprogram factory equipment. d. Materials requisitions record use of the following materials for the month. Job 136 $ 30,000 Job 137 20,000 Job 138 12,000 Job 139 14,000 Job 140 4,000 Total direct materials 80,000 Indirect materials 12,000 Total materials used $ 92,000 e. Time tickets record use of the following labor for the month. Job 136 $ 8,000 Job 137 7,000 Job 138 25,000 Job 139 26,000 Job 140 2,000 Total direct labor 68,000 Indirect labor 16,000 Total $ 84,000 f. Applied overhead to Jobs 136, 138, and 139. g. Transferred Jobs 136, 138, and 139 to Finished Goods. h. Sold Jobs 136 and 138 on credit at a total price of $340,000. i. The company incurred the following overhead costs during the month (credit Prepaid Insurance for expired factory insurance). Depreciation of factory building $ 37,000 Depreciation of factory equipment 21,000 Expired factory insurance 7,000 Accrued property taxes payable 31,000 j. Applied overhead at month-end to the Goods in Process (Jobs 137 and 140) using the predetermined overhead rate of 200% of direct labor cost. references Required: 1 Prepare a job cost sheet for each job worked on during the month. (Omit the “$” sign in your response.) 2.Prepare journal entries to record the events and transactions a through j. (Omit the “$” sign in your response. )3. Prepare T-accounts for each of the following general ledger accounts, each of which started the month with a zero balance: Raw Materials Inventory, Goods in Process Inventory, Finished Goods Inventory, Factory Payroll, Factory Overhead, Cost of Goods Sold. Then post the journal entries to these T-accounts and determine the balance of each account. (Record the transactions in the given order. Leave no cells blank – be certain to enter “0” wherever required. Omit the “$” sign in your response.)4. Prepare a report showing the total cost of each job in process and prove that the sum of their costs equals the Goods in Process Inventory account balance. Prepare similar reports for Finished Goods Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold. (Omit the “$” sign in your response.)