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2. The following data pertain to Mission-Vargas Enterprises for the year ended December 31, 2010: Beginning inventory $188,200 Purchases on credit during the year 400,500 Cost of goods sold during the year 500,600 Sales (70% on credit) during the year 755,400 a. Prepare entries to record the purchase of inventory, cost of goods sold, and sales, during 2010 using the perpetual inventory system. b. Compute the balance in the inventory account on December 31, 2010. 3. The following information is available for Williams Door Products Corporation: Sales revenue………………………………. $280,000 Purchases (cost)…………………………… 200,000 Sales commissions………………………… 9,000 Purchase discounts……………………….. 8,000 Sales discounts……………………………. 7,000 Purchase returns and allowances……….. 4,300 Sales returns and allowances……………. 2,500 Freight-in …………………………………… 800 Freight- out…………………………………. 700 Beginning inventory……………………….. 10,000 Ending inventory…………………………… 9,150 Calculate the following for Williams Door Products Corporation: a. Net sales b. Net purchases c. Gross profit rate 4. Last year Cramer Sales sold 190 units @ $340 each. Cash selling and administrative expenses were $15,000. The following information is also available: Beginning inventory 30 units @ $150 Feb. 3 Purchase 60 units @ $160 June 2 Purchase 70 units @ $170 Oct. 1 Purchase 40 units @ $180 The company’s income tax rate is 30%. Compute the following: 1. Cost of goods using the FIFO method. 2. Ending inventory using the LIFO method. 3. Gross margin using the weighted-average method.

2.
The following data pertain to Mission-Vargas Enterprises for the year ended December 31, 2010:

Beginning inventory $188,200
Purchases on credit during the year 400,500
Cost of goods sold during the year 500,600
Sales (70% on credit) during the year 755,400

a. Prepare entries to record the purchase of inventory, cost of goods sold, and sales, during 2010 using the perpetual inventory system.
b. Compute the balance in the inventory account on December 31, 2010.

3.
The following information is available for Williams Door Products Corporation:

Sales revenue………………………………. $280,000
Purchases (cost)…………………………… 200,000
Sales commissions………………………… 9,000
Purchase discounts……………………….. 8,000
Sales discounts……………………………. 7,000
Purchase returns and allowances……….. 4,300
Sales returns and allowances……………. 2,500
Freight-in …………………………………… 800
Freight- out…………………………………. 700
Beginning inventory……………………….. 10,000
Ending inventory…………………………… 9,150

Calculate the following for Williams Door Products Corporation:
a. Net sales
b. Net purchases
c. Gross profit rate

4.
Last year Cramer Sales sold 190 units @ $340 each. Cash selling and administrative expenses were $15,000. The following information is also available:

Beginning inventory 30 units @ $150
Feb. 3 Purchase 60 units @ $160
June 2 Purchase 70 units @ $170
Oct. 1 Purchase 40 units @ $180

The company’s income tax rate is 30%.
Compute the following:
1. Cost of goods using the FIFO method.
2. Ending inventory using the LIFO method.
3. Gross margin using the weighted-average method.

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