Journal entries, T-accounts, and source documents. Production Company produces gadgets for the coveted small appliance market. The following data reflect activity for the year 2011:
Purchases of direct materials (net) on credit
Direct manufacturing labor cost
Depreciation, factory equipment
Depreciation, office equipment
Maintenance, factory equipment
Miscellaneous factory overhead
Rent, factory building
January 1, 2011
December 31, 2011
Work in process
Production Co. uses a normal costing system and allocates overhead to work in process at a rate of $2.50 per direct manufacturing labor dollar. Indirect materials are insignificant so there is no inventory account for indirect materials.
1. Prepare journal entries to record the transactions for 2011 including an entry to close out over- or underallocated overhead to cost of goods sold. For each journal entry indicate the source document that would be used to authorize each entry. Also note which subsidiary ledger, if any, should be referenced as backup for the entry.
2. Post the journal entries to T-accounts for all of the inventories, Cost of Goods Sold, the Manufacturing Overhead Control Account, and the Manufacturing Overhead Allocated Account.