Explain how each of the following transactions is dealt with in a job-costing system:
(a) The production department orders 16 components from store at a cost of £3 each, to be used on job 59.
(b) An employee (A. Jones) receives a weekly wage of £600. In week 29 this employee’s time has been spent two-thirds on job 61 and one-third on job 62.
(c) On 16 June, job 94 is finished at a total cost of £3,500. The job consisted of printing brochures for a supermarket advertising campaign.