Question: Howie Stars produces stars for elementary teachers to reward the

Howie Stars produces stars for elementary teachers to reward their students. Howie Stars’ trial balance on June 1 follows:

June 1 balances in the subsidiary ledgers were as follows:
• Materials subledger: Paper, $4,700; indirect materials, $1,000
• Work in process subledger: Job 120, $39,400; $0 for Job 121
• Finished goods subledger: Large Stars, $9,400; Small Stars, $11,000
June transactions are summarized as follows:
Collections on account, $152,000.
Marketing and general expenses incurred and paid, $28,000.
Payments on account, $36,000.
Materials purchases on credit: Paper, $22,900; indirect materials, $3,800.
Materials used in production (requisitioned):
• Job 120: paper, $850
• Job 121: paper, $7,650
• Indirect materials, $1,000
Wages incurred and assigned during June, $35,000. Labor time records for the month: Job 120, $3,500; Job 121, $16,600; indirect labor, $14,900.
Wages paid in June include the balance in the Wages payable account at May 31 and $32,200 of wages incurred during June.
Depreciation on plant and equipment, $2,600.
Manufacturing overhead was allocated at the predetermined rate of 50% of direct labor cost.
Jobs completed during the month: Job 120, 300,000 Large Stars at total cost of $45,500.
Credit sales on account: all of Job 120 for $111,000.
Closed the Manufacturing overhead account to Cost of goods sold.
1. Journalize the transactions for the company. Howie uses a perpetual inventory system.
2. Open T-accounts for the general ledger, the Materials ledger, the Work in process ledger, and the Finished goods ledger. Insert each account balance as given, and use the reference Bal. Post the journal entries to the T-accounts using the transaction letters as a reference.
3. Prepare a trial balance at June 30, 2012.
4. Use the Work in process inventory T-account to prepare a schedule of cost of goods manufactured for the month of June. (You may want to review Exhibit 16-10.)
5. Prepare an income statement for the month of June. To calculate cost of goods sold, you may want to review Exhibit 16-7.
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