Question: Student Stars produces stars for elementary teachers to reward their

Student Stars produces stars for elementary teachers to reward their students. Student Stars’ trial balance on June 1 follows:
June 1 balances in the subsidiary ledgers were as follows:
• Raw Materials Inventory subsidiary ledger: Paper, $4,300; indirect materials, $1,400
• Work-in-Process Inventory subsidiary ledger: Job 120, $41,000; Job 121, $0
• Finished Goods Inventory subsidiary ledger: Large Stars, $9,100; Small Stars, $12,200 June transactions are summarized as follows:
a. Collections on account, $154,000.
b. Selling and administrative expenses incurred and paid, $30,000.
c. Payments on account, $41,000.
d. Materials purchases on account: Paper, $21,600; indirect materials, $4,000.
e. Materials requisitioned and used in production:
Job 120: Paper... $550
Job 121: Paper... $7,850
Indirect materials.. $1,200
f. Wages incurred during June, $35,000. Labor time records for the month: Job 120, $3,250; Job 121, $18,500; indirect labor, $13,250.
g. Wages paid in June include the balance in Wages Payable at May 31 plus $33,000 of wages incurred during June.
h. Depreciation on plant and equipment, $2,700.
i. Manufacturing overhead allocated at the predetermined overhead allocation rate of 60% of direct labor cost.
j. Jobs completed during the month: Job 120 with 900,000 Large Stars at a total cost of $46,750.
k. Sales on account: all of Job 120 for $100,000.
l. Adjusted for overallocated or underallocated manufacturing overhead.
1. Journalize the transactions for the company.
2. Open T-accounts for the general ledger, the Raw Materials Inventory subsidiary ledger, the Work-in-Process Inventory subsidiary ledger, and the Finished Goods Inventory subsidiary 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, 2016.
4. Use the Work-in-Process Inventory T-account to prepare a schedule of cost of goods manufactured for the month of June.
5. Prepare an income statement for the month of June.

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