Inventory Accounts and Cost of Goods Sold [LO 6] Smith Die Company manufactures cutting dies for the

Inventory Accounts and Cost of Goods Sold [LO 6] Smith Die Company manufactures cutting dies for the shoe industry. Each set of dies is custom designed to a customer’s templates. During the first week of May, six orders were received from customers. They were assigned job numbers 1005 to 1010. The following transactions occurred during the first week of May: Smith Die purchased steel on account from Eastern City Steel costing $5,000. The company received and paid for supplies (indirect materials) from Mallard Supply costing $2,300. Material requisitions indicated that materials were issued to the factory floor as follows: Job No. Direct Materials Indirect Materials 1005 $  600   1006    800   1007  1,500   1008    600   1009    400   1010   300      Totals  $4,200 $800 The labor time ticket summary reflected the following costs for the week: Job No. Direct Labor Indirect Labor 1005 $1,500   1006  1,900   1007  3,200   1008  1,300   1009    800   1010    600       Totals $9,300 $6,400 Overhead was applied to all jobs in process at 180 percent of direct labor cost. Jobs 1005, 1006, 1007, and 1008 were completed and transferred to finished goods. Jobs 1009 and 1010 were still in process at the end of the week. Jobs 1005, 1006, 1007, and 1008 were shipped to customers and billed at 150 percent of total job cost. Required a. Calculate the total cost of each job. b. Prepare journal entries to record the above information. (Managerial Accounting, 4th Edition. John Wiley & Sons pp. 72 – 73).

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