Formula of Conversion Cost in Process Costing - Excel

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Managerial Accounting, Second Edition by James Jiambalvo
Solving Managerial Accounting Problems Using Microsoft Excel
                        for Windows Templates by Rex A Schildhouse
Problem P3-1 Comprehensive Problem, One Department
Regal Polish manufactures a single product in one department and uses a process costing system. At the start of May,
there were 5,000 units in process that were 100 percent complete with respect to direct materials and 50 percent
complete with respect to conversion costs (labor and overhead). During the month, the company began production on
100,000 units and ending Work in Process Inventory consisted of 2,000 units that were 100 percent complete with
respect to material and 80 percent complete with respect to conversion costs.
                      Cost Information:             Beginning Work in Process        Costs Added in May
           Direct material                                    $3,000                       $65,250
           Direct labor                                        125                          6,151
           Manufacturing overhead                              175                          7,147
           Total:                                             $3,300                       $78,548

Required:
Part a . Calculate the cost per equivalent unit for each of the three cost items and in total.
The company started the month with 5,000 units and 100,000 units were entered into production. Thus, the company
must account for 105,000 units. At the end of the month, the company had 2,000 units in ending work in process. This
implies that 103,000 units were completed (105,000 - 2,000).

           The denominators for the calculations of cost per equivalent are:

                                                  Equivalent
                                       Units
                                                     Units             Total
                                     Completed
                                                in Ending WIP
                       Material          Amount        Amount           Formula
                       Labor             Amount        Amount           Formula
                       Overhead          Amount        Amount           Formula

                        Beginning
                                  Cost Added            Total       Denominator Cost per EU
                          WIP
           Material       Amount      Amount              Formula        Amount       Formula
           Labor          Amount      Amount              Formula        Amount       Formula
           Overhead       Amount      Amount              Formula        Amount       Formula
             Total        Formula     Formula             Formula                     Formula

Part b . Calculate the cost of units completed in May and the cost of ending Work in Process.



                       Cost of items in ending work in process:
                       Title                                                          Amount
                       Title                                                          Amount
                       Title                                                          Amount
                       Total                                                          Formula

Part c . Reconcile the sum of the two costs in part b to the sum of beginning Work in Process and costs added in May.


                       Title                                            Amount
                       Title                                            Amount
                       Total                                            Formula

                       Title                                            Amount
                       Title                                            Amount
                       Total                                            Formula




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Place the amount in the cell where the word "AMOUNT" appears on the template. A formula may be placed in


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The display may have "Freeze Pane" invoked so column titles remain visible during data entry.

Negative values may be shown as ($400) vice -$400.

Enter a string like: ($259,417 X 12 months) + (0.3651 X 5,434,631) where the word TEXT appears.

				
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