Question: Reyes Manufacturing Company uses a job order cost system At

Reyes Manufacturing Company uses a job order cost system. At the beginning of January, the company had one job in process (Job 201) and one job completed but not yet sold (Job 200). Job 202 was started during January. Other select account balances follow (ignore any accounts that are not listed).

During January, the company had the following transactions:
(a) Purchased $20,000 worth of materials on account.
(b) Recorded materials issued to production as follows:
Job Number ..... Total Cost
201 .......... $12,000
202 ......... 21,000
Indirect materials ...... 3,200
$ 36,200
(c) Recorded factory payroll costs from direct labor time tickets that revealed the following:

(d) Applied overhead to production at a rate of $25 per direct labor hour for 600 actual direct labor hours.
(e) Recorded the following actual manufacturing overhead costs:

(f) Completed Job 201 and transferred it to Finished Goods Inventory.
(g) Sold Job 200 for $31,000.
Job 202 was still in process at the end of January.

1. Post the preceding transactions to T-accounts. Create an additional account called Miscellaneous Accounts to capture the offsetting of debits and credits to other accounts such as Cash, Payables, Accumulated Depreciation, and so on.
2. Compute the ending balance in the following accounts:
a. Raw Materials Inventory.
b. Work in Process Inventory
c. Finished Goods Inventory.
d. Cost of Goods Sold (unadjusted).
e. Manufacturing Overhead.
3. Compute the total cost of Jobs 201 and 202 at the end of January. Where does this cost appear in theT-accounts?

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