(Journal entries) Nottaway Flooring produces custom-made floor tiles. The company’s Raw Material Inventory account contains both direct and indirect materials. Until the end of April 2010, the company worked solely on a large job (#4263) for a major client. Near the end of the month, Nottaway began Job #4264. The following information was obtained relating to April production operations.
1. Raw material purchased on account, $204,000.
2. Direct material issued to Job #4263 cost $163,800; indirect material issued for that job cost $12,460. Direct material costing $1,870 was issued to start production of Job #4264.
3. Direct labor hours worked on Job #4263 were 3,600. Direct labor hours for Job #4264 were 120. All direct factory employees were paid $15 per hour.
4. Actual factory overhead costs incurred for the month totaled $68,700. This overhead consisted of $18,000 of supervisory salaries, $21,500 of depreciation charges, $7,200 of insurance, $12,500 of indirect labor, and $9,500 of utilities. Salaries, insurance, and utilities were paid in cash, and indirect labor charges were accrued.
5. Overhead is applied to production at the rate of $18 per direct labor hour.
Beginning balances of Raw Material Inventory and Work in Process Inventory were, respectively, $4,300 and $11,400. Of the beginning WIP balance, $800 was related to Job #4263. Job #4263 was completed during April.
a. Prepare journal entries for Transactions 1–5.
b. Determine the balance in Raw Material Inventory at the end of the month.
c. Determine the balance in Work in Process Inventory at the end of the month.
d. Determine the cost of the goods manufactured during April. If completed goods consist of 10,000 similar units, what was the cost per unit?
e. What is the amount of underapplied or overapplied overhead at the end of April?