Mitchell CSUCI Computer Project Accounting 300 Fall 2021 Dolphin Corporation was established to manufacture two types of die casts, Deltas and Sigmas. The manufacturing process involves molding the fittings and then smoothing them. The firm was initially capitalized with $600,000 as an S Corporation. The firm purchased equipment for $450,000 with cash of $150,000 and a note payable of $300,000. It also acquired a furniture for $150,000 with cash of $60,000 and a note payable of $90,000. Management is now preparing the master budget for the first year of operations. Sales Budget Management expects to meet established market prices for its die casts of $50 for Deltas and $40 for Sigmas. Sales representatives have estimated that total sales of Deltas casts will be 4,800 units and sales of Sigmas will be 12,000 units. Production Budget Management has expressed a desire to have 1,000 units of Deltas and 3,000 units of Sigmas in ending inventory. Material Acquisition Budget The firm’s industrial engineer has prepared standards that call for 0.6 pounds of material per Deltas casting and 0.4 pounds per Sigmas casting. Both products require the same material. Management also desires to end the period with 1,000 pounds of material in raw materials inventory. The purchasing agent anticipates that the metal can be purchased at an average cost of $6 per pound. Direct Labor Budget The standards for a unit of Deltas call for 0.5 hours of direct labor in Molding and 0.3 hours in Smoothing. The standards for a unit of Sigmas call for 0.4 hours in Molding and 0.2 hours in Smoothing. Management’s anticipated average cost for labor is $16 per hour.
Factory Overhead Budget Service Department 1 handles personnel matters. The firm anticipates having 12 factory employees and expects the variable costs to operate the personnel department to average $1,000 per employee. The cost of this department is allocated to other departments on the assumption that there will be three employees in the maintenance department, five employees in the molding department, and four employees in the smoothing department. The personnel department’s fixed costs are estimated to be $18,000 and will be allocated on a lump sum basis at $3,000 to maintenance, $7,000 to molding and $8,000 to smoothing. The maintenance department is budgeted to make 100 service calls during the period, 60 calls for the molding department and 40 calls for the smoothing department. The maintenance manager estimates that it will cost an average of $150 in variable costs per service call. The fixed costs of $16,200 are thought to benefit the two production departments equally. The molding department is expected to incur $29,000 in variable overhead and $42,000 in fixed overhead. The smoothing department is expected to have $32,000 in variable overhead and $8,000 in fixed overhead. Management has decided to allocated 60% of the fixed overhead cost of molding to Deltas and 40% to Sigmas and split the fixed smoothing costs evenly between the two products. Variable costs will be allocated based on direct labor hours.
Selling and Administration Expenses Budget Budgeted selling and administration expenses are $142,000. This includes sales commissions at 10% of sales or $72,000; administration salaries of $30,000; advertising of $6,000; supplies of $2,000 and interest of $32,000. Budgeting Cash Receipts and Disbursements Sales are presumed to be $100,000 in the first quarter; $160,000 in the second quarter; $240,000 in the third quarter and $220,000 in the fourth quarter. Seventy percent of sales will be paid for in the quarter in which they are made and thirty percent will be paid in the quarter following the sale. Production will be spread uniformly over the year. The firm will pay for materials, supplies, and labor in the quarter the cost is incurred. Utilities will be paid one month after incurred. Half the property tax is paid in the first and third quarters. The first payment for a new company is not made until the third quarter. Sales commissions are paid in the quarter a sale is made. Other selling and administration costs are incurred and paid uniformly. Finally, the firm makes note payments of $30,000 per quarter which consists of $22,000 of principal repayment and $8,000 of interest. Total Costs include depreciation of $48,000; $34,000 for equipment and $14,000 for the furniture.
Additional Information Factory Overhead Budget Personnel Maintenance Molding Smoothing Variable Overhead Items Indirect Labor $6,000 $8,000 $9,000 $18,000 Supplies 4,000 3,000 19,000 8,000 Utilities 2,000 1,000 1,000 6,000 Fixed Overhead Items Property Taxes 2,000 4,000 4,200 600 Utilities 6,000 4,800 10,000 1,600 Depreciation 10,000 4,400 27,800 5,800 Sales by Quarter 1st $100,000 2nd 160,000 3rd 240,000 4th 220,000 Budgeted Selling & Administration Expenses Sales Commissions $72,000 Administrative Salaries 30,000 Advertising 6,000 Supplies 2,000 Interest 32,000
Required Prepare the following budgets:
1. Beginning balance sheet 2. Sales budget 3. Production budget in units 4. Materials acquisition budget 5. Direct labor budget 6. Factory overhead budget 7. Cost of goods sold and finished goods budget 8. Budgeted selling and administration expenses 9. Pro forma income statement 10. Budgeted quarterly cash receipts and disbursements 11. Pro forma balance sheet 12. Operating budget for the molding department 13. Operating budget for the smoothing department