Study Plan: Job Costing
I can define the following terms as they relate to our unit:
|Applied Overhead||Goods (or work) in process ||Finished Goods||Job Costing |
|Allocation Base||Cost driver||Cost of goods sold ||Under-applied Overhead |
|Predetermined overhead rate||Cost of Goods Sold||Cost of Goods Manufactured ||Over-applied Overhead |
|Gross Margin (or Profit)||Direct materials||Direct Labor||Actual Overhead|
- I can identify job costs as direct materials, direct labor and overhead.
- I can track job costs from raw materials to goods in process to finished goods and cost of goods sold.
- I can identify accounts to use in recording the flow of job costs.
- I can identify the allocation base used in calculating predetermined overhead rate.
- I can identify the difference between actual overhead and applied overhead.
- I can determine under- or over-applied overhead.
- I can understand a manufacturing statement with cost of goods manufactured calculated.
- I can prepare and post journal entries for job costing from raw materials to cost of goods sold.
- I can calculate the predetermined overhead rate for a company.
- I can calculate the amount of appliedoverhead using the predetermined overhead rate.
- I can calculate the amount of under- or over-applied overhead using applied overhead and actual overhead.
- I can compute the total cost of a job and determine the job’s gross margin.
- I can prepare a manufacturing statement, schedule of cost of goods sold, and income statement for job costing.
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