# Job Costs Using a Plantwide Overhead Rate Naranjo Company designs industrial prototypes for outside companies. Budgeted...

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Job Costs Using a Plantwide Overhead Rate Naranjo Company designs industrial prototypes for outside companies. Budgeted overhead for the year was $260,000, and budgeted direct labor hours were 20,000. The average wage rate for direct labor is expected to be$25 per hour. During June, Naranjo Company worked on four jobs. Data relating to these four jobs follow: Job 39 Job 40 Job 41 Job 42 Beginning balance $23,700$34,600 $17,000$0 12,000 Materials requisitioned 8,350 18,900 10,000 21,400 18,000 Direct labor cost 3,000 2,900 Overhead is assigned as a percentage of direct labor cost. During June, Jobs 39 and 40 were completed; Job 39 was sold at 130 percent of cost. (Naranjo had originally developed Job 40 to order for a customer; however, that customer was near bankruptcy and the chance of Naranjo being paid was growing dimmer. Naranjo decided to hold Job 40 in inventory while the customer worked out its financial difficulties. Job 40 is the only job in Finished Goods Inventory.) Jobs 41 and 42 remain unfinished at the end of the month.
Required: 1. Calculate the balance in Work in Process as of June 30. $46,318 7 2. Calculate the balance in Finished Goods as of June 30.$ 84,120 x 3. Calculate the cost of goods sold for June. $57,800 4. Calculate the price charged for Job 39.$ 75,140 5. What if the customer for Job 40 was able to pay for the job by June 30? What would happen to the balance in Finished Goods? Finished Goods would decrease What would happen to the balance of Cost of Goods Sold? Cost of Goods Sold would increase