Business, 25.01.2019 20:40
Allen's office department manufactures computer desks in itsâ€‹ moosejaw, saskatchewan, plant. the company uses activity based costing to allocate all manufacturing conversion costsâ€‹ (direct labour and manufacturingâ€‹ overhead). its activities and related dataâ€‹ follow: â€‹(click the icon to view the activity areas and relatedâ€‹ data.) requirements 1. compute theâ€‹ per-unit manufacturing product cost of standard desks and unpainted desks. 2. premanufacturingâ€‹ activities, such as productâ€‹ design, were assigned to the standard desks at $ 5 each and to the unpainted desks at $ 2 each. similar analyses were conducted of postmanufacturingâ€‹ activities, such asâ€‹ distribution, marketing, and customer service. the postmanufacturing costs were $ 31 per standard and $ 26 per unpainted desk. compute the full product costs per desk. 3. which product costs are reported in the external financialâ€‹ statements? which costs are used for management decisionâ€‹ making? explain the difference. 4. what price should allen's managers set for standard desks to earn a $ 52 profit perâ€‹ desk?