1 Chapter 6 CVP Income Statement Use the CVP income statement format. Use the formula for contribution margin per unit. Use the formula for the contribution margin ratio. Garner Inc. sold 20,000 units and recorded sales of $800,000 for the first quarter of In making the sales, the company incurred the following costs and expenses. Variable Fixed Cost of goods sold $250,000 $110,000 Selling expenses 100,000 25,000 Administrative expenses 82,000 73,000 (a) Prepare a CVP income statement for the quarter ended March 31, (b) Compute the contribution margin per unit. (c) Compute the contribution margin ratio. (a) Garner Inc. Income Statement For the Quarter Ended March 31, 2014 Sales (20,000 units) $800,000 Variable expenses Cost of goods sold $250,000 Selling expenses 100,000 Administrative expenses 82,000 Total variable expenses 432,000 Contribution margin 368,000 Fixed expenses Cost of goods sold 110,000 Selling expenses 25,000 Administrative expenses 73,000 Total fixed expenses 208,000 Net income $160,000 (b) Contribution margin per unit: $368, ,000 units 5 $18.40 per unit. (c) Contribution margin ratio: $368,000 4 $800, % (or $ $ %). Related exercise material: BE6-1, BE6-2, and DO IT! 6-1. D-1
2 D-2 DO IT! CVP Analysis Krisanne Company reports the following operating results for the month of June. Krisanne Company CVP Income Statement For the Month Ended June 30, 2014 Total Per Unit Sales (5,000 units) $300,000 $60 Variable costs 180, Contribution margin 120,000 $24 Fixed expenses 100,000 Net income $ 20,000 To increase net income, management is considering reducing the selling price by 10%, with no changes to unit variable costs or fixed costs. Management is confident that this change will increase unit sales by 25%. Using the contribution margin technique, compute the break-even point in units and dollars and margin of safety in dollars (a) assuming no changes to sales price or costs, and (b) assuming changes to sales price and volume as described above. (c) Comment on your findings. the break-even point in units. the break-even point in dollars. the margin of safety in dollars. (a) Assuming no changes to sales price or costs: Break-even point in units 5 4,167 units (rounded) ($100,000 4 $24). Break-even point in sales dollars 5 $250,000 ($100, a ). Margin of safety in dollars 5 $50,000 ($300,000 2 $250,000). a $24 4 $60. (b) Assuming changes to sales price and volume: Break-even point in units 5 5,556 units (rounded) ($100,000 4 $18 b ). Break-even point in sales dollars 5 $300,000 ($100,000 4 ($18 4 $54)). Margin of safety in dollars 5 $37,500 ($337,500 c 2 $300,000). b $60 2 (.10 3 $60) $18. c 5,000 1 ( ,000) 5 6,250 units, 6,250 units 3 $54 5 $337,500. (c) The increase in the break-even point and the decrease in the margin of safety indicate that management should not implement the proposed change. The increase in sales volume will result in contribution margin of $112,500 (6,250 3 $18), which is $7,500 less than the current amount. Related exercise material: BE6-3, BE6-4, BE6-5, BE6-6, E6-1, E6-2, E6-3, E6-4, E6-5, and DO IT! 6-2.
3 DO IT! D-3 Sales Mix Break-Even The sales mix is the relative percentage of each product sold in units. The weighted-average unit contribution margin is the sum of the per unit contribution margins multiplied by the respective sales mix percentage. Determine the breakeven point in units by dividing the fixed costs by the weightedaverage unit contribution margin. Determine the number of units of each model to produce by multiplying the total breakeven units by the respective sales mix percentage for each product. Manzeck Bicycles International produces and sells three different types of mountain bikes. Information regarding the three models is shown below. Pro Intermediate Standard Total Units sold 5,000 10,000 25,000 40,000 Selling price $800 $500 $350 Variable costs $500 $300 $250 The company s total fixed costs to produce the bicycles are $7,500,000. (a) Determine the sales mix as a function of units sold for the three products. (b) Determine the weighted-average unit contribution margin. (c) Determine the total number of units that the company must produce to break even. (d) Determine the number of units of each model that the company must produce to break even. (a) The sales mix percentages as a function of units sold are: Pro Intermediate Standard 5,000/40, % 10,000/40, % 25,000/40, % (b) The weighted-average unit contribution margin is: [ ($800 2 $500)] 1 [.25 3 ($500 2 $300)] 1 [ ($350 2 $250)] 5 $150 (c) The break-even point in units is: $7,500,000 4 $ ,000 units (d) The break-even units to produce for each product are: Pro: 50,000 units % 5 6,250 units Intermediate: 50,000 units 3 25% 5 12,500 units Standard: 50,000 units % 5 31,250 units 50,000 units Related exercise material: BE6-7, BE6-8, BE6-9, BE6-10, E6-6, E6-7, E6-8, E6-9, E6-10, and DO IT! 6-3.
4 D-4 DO IT! Sales Mix with Limited Resources Calculate the contribution margin per unit of limited resource for each product. the contribution margin per unit of limited resource. To maximize net income, shift sales mix to the product with the highest contribution margin per unit of limited resource. Carolina Corporation manufactures and sells three different types of high-quality sealed ball bearings. The bearings vary in terms of their quality specifications primarily with respect to their smoothness and roundness. They are referred to as Fine, Extra-Fine, and Super-Fine bearings. Machine time is limited. More machine time is required to manufacture the Extra-Fine and Super-Fine bearings. Additional information is provided below. Product Fine Extra-Fine Super-Fine Selling price $6.00 $10.00 $16.00 Variable costs and expenses Contribution margin $2.00 $ 3.50 $ 5.00 Machine hours required (a) Ignoring the machine time constraint, what strategy would appear optimal? (b) What is the contribution margin per unit of limited resource for each type of bearing? (c) If additional machine time could be obtained, how should the additional capacity be used? (a) The Super-Fine bearings have the highest contribution margin per unit. Thus, ignoring any manufacturing constraints, it would appear that the company should shift toward production of more Super-Fine units. (b) The contribution margin per unit of limited resource (machine hours) is calculated as: Fine Extra-Fine Super-Fine Contribution margin per unit $2 $3.5 $5 Limited resource consumed per unit.02 5 $ $ $62.50 (c) The Fine bearings have the highest contribution margin per unit of limited resource even though they have the lowest contribution margin per unit. Given the resource constraint, any additional capacity should be used to make Fine bearings. Related exercise material: BE6-11, E6-11, E6-12, E6-13, and DO IT! 6-4.
5 DO IT! D-5 Variable Costing Recall that under variable costing, only variable manufacturing costs are treated as manufacturing (product) costs. Subtract all fixed costs, both manufacturing overhead and selling and administrative expenses, as period costs. Franklin Company produces and sells tennis balls. The following costs are available for the year ended December 31, The company has no beginning inventory. In 2014, 8,000,000 units were produced, but only 7,500,000 units were sold. The unit selling price was $0.50 per ball. Costs and expenses were: Variable costs per unit Direct materials $0.10 Direct labor 0.05 Variable manufacturing overhead 0.08 Variable selling and administrative expenses 0.02 Annual fixed costs and expenses Manufacturing overhead $500,000 Selling and administrative expenses 100,000 (a) Compute the manufacturing cost of one unit of product using variable costing. (b) Prepare a 2014 income statement for Franklin Company using variable costing. (a) The cost of one unit of product under variable costing would be: Direct materials $0.10 Direct labor 0.05 Variable manufacturing overhead 0.08 $0.23 (b) The variable costing income statement would be as follows. Franklin Company Income Statement For the Year Ended December 31, 2014 Variable Costing Sales (7,500,000 3 $0.50) $3,750,000 Variable cost of goods sold (7,500,000 3 $0.23) $1,725,000 Variable selling and administrative expenses (7,500, ) 150,000 1,875,000 Contribution margin 1,875,000 Fixed manufacturing overhead 500,000 Fixed selling and administrative expenses 100, ,000 Net income $1,275,000 Related exercise material: BE6-16, BE6-17, BE6-18, BE6-19, E6-17, E6-18, and E6-19.
6 D-6 DO IT! > Comprehensive DO IT! Francis Corporation manufactures and sells three different types of water-sport wakeboards. The boards vary in terms of their quality specifications primarily with respect to their smoothness and finish. They are referred to as Smooth, Extra-Smooth, and Super- Smooth boards. Machine time is limited. More machine time is required to manufacture the Extra-Smooth and Super-Smooth boards. Additional information is provided below. To determine how best to use a limited resource, calculate the contribution margin per unit of limited resource for each product type. Product Smooth Extra-Smooth Super-Smooth Selling price $60 $100 $160 Variable costs and expenses Contribution margin $10 $ 25 $ 30 Machine hours required Total fixed costs: $234,000 Instructions Answer each of the following questions. (a) Ignoring the machine time constraint, what strategy would appear optimal? (b) What is the contribution margin per unit of limited resource for each type of board? (c) If additional machine time could be obtained, how should the additional capacity be used? to Comprehensive DO IT! (a) The Super-Smooth boards have the highest contribution margin per unit. Thus, ignoring any manufacturing constraints, it would appear that the company should shift toward production of more Super-Smooth units. (b) The contribution margin per unit of limited resource is calculated as: Extra- Super- Smooth Smooth Smooth Contribution margin per unit $10 5 $40 $25 5 $62.50 $30 5 $50 Limited resource consumed per unit (c) The Extra-Smooth boards have the highest contribution margin per unit of limited resource. Given the resource constraint, any additional capacity should be used to make Extra-Smooth boards. REVIEW Prepare CVP income statement and compute contribution margin. (LO 1), AP DO IT! 6-1 Amanda Inc. sold 10,000 units and recorded sales of $400,000 for the first month of In making the sales, the company incurred the following costs and expenses. Variable Fixed Cost of goods sold $184,000 $70,000 Selling expenses 40,000 30,000 Administrative expenses 16,000 50,000 (a) Prepare a CVP income statement for the month ended January 31, (b) Compute the contribution margin per unit. (c) Compute the contribution margin ratio.
7 DO IT! D-7 DO IT! 6-2 of April. Queensland Company reports the following operating results for the month Queensland Company CVP Income Statement For the Month Ended April 30, 2014 Total Per Unit Sales (9,000 units) $450,000 $50 Variable costs 270, Contribution margin 180,000 $20 Fixed expenses 150,000 Net income $ 30,000 Compute the break-even point and margin of safety under different alternatives. (LO 2), AP Management is considering the following course of action to increase net income: Reduce the selling price by 4%, with no changes to unit variable costs or fixed costs. Management is confident that this change will increase unit sales by 20%. Using the contribution margin technique, compute the break-even point in units and dollars and margin of safety in dollars: (a) Assuming no changes to selling price or costs, and (b) Assuming changes to sales price and volume as described above. Comment on your findings. DO IT! 6-3 Snow Cap Springs produces and sells water filtration systems for homeowners. Information regarding its three models is shown below. Basic Basic Plus Premium Total Units sold ,500 Selling price $250 $400 $800 Variable costs $195 $288 $416 The company s total fixed costs to produce the filtration systems are $165,480. (a) Determine the sales mix as a function of units sold for the three products. (b) Determine the weighted-average unit contribution margin. (c) Determine the total number of units that the company must produce to break even. (d) Determine the number of units of each model that the company must produce to break even. DO IT! 6-4 Eye Spy Corporation manufactures and sells three different types of binoculars. They are referred to as Good, Better, and Best binoculars. Grinding and polishing time is limited. More time is required to grind and polish the lenses used in the Better and Best binoculars. Additional information is provided below. Product Good Better Best Selling price $90.00 $ $ Variable costs and expenses Contribution margin $40.00 $ $ Grinding and polishing time required 0.5 hrs 1.5 hrs 6 hrs Compute sales mix, weightedaverage contribution margin, and break-even point. (LO 3), AP Determine sales mix with limited resources. (LO 4), AP (a) Ignoring the time constraint, what strategy would appear to be optimal? (b) What is the contribution margin per unit of limited resource for each type of binoculars? (c) If additional grinding and polishing time could be obtained, how should the additional capacity be used?
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