(Solution Download) Universal Automotive Group is a maker of engines for high performance cars and uses a process...


Universal Automotive Group is a maker of engines for high performance cars and uses a process costing system. The following information pertains to the final department of manufacturing for Universal's most popular engine, the "Atomic 8". Beginning work-in-process (40% completed) 400 units Transferred-in 1,550 units Normal spoilage 100 units Abnormal spoilage 100 units Good units transferred out 1,360 units Ending work-in-process (25% completed) 390 units Conversion costs in beginning inventory $180,500 Current conversion cost $726,462 Universal Automotive Group calculates separate costs of spoilage by computing both normal and abnormal spoiled units. Normal spoilage costs are reallocated to good units and abnormal spoilage costs are charged as a loss. The units of the Atomic 8 that are spoiled are the result of defects not discovered before inspection of finished units. Using the weighted-average method, answer the following question: What are the total conversion costs transferred to finished goods? A) $797,893 B) $753,581 C) $798,893 D) $708,270

 







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