Wesley Power Tools manufactures a wide variety of tools and accessories. One of its more popular items is a cordless power handisaw. Use the following information about this product line to complete the problem requirements. Each handisaw sells for $50. Wesley expects the following unit sales:
January 4,200 February 4,400 March 4,900 April 4,700 May 4,100
WesleyAc€?cs ending finished goods inventory policy is 30 percent of the next monthAc€?cs sales.
Suppose each handisaw takes approximately .60 hours to manufacture, and Wesley pays an average labor wage of $26 per hour.
Each handisaw requires a plastic housing that Wesley purchases from a supplier at a cost of $8.00 each. The company has an ending raw materials inventory policy of 30 percent of the following monthAc€?cs production requirements. Materials other than the housing unit total $4.50 per handisaw.
Manufacturing overhead for this product includes $72,000 annual fixed overhead (based on production of 27,000 units) and $1.20 per unit variable manufacturing overhead. WesleyAc€?cs selling expenses are 7 percent of sales dollars, and administrative expenses are fixed at $18,000 per month.
Compute the following for the first quarter: (Round your intermediate calculations for Direct Labor Budget to 2 decimal places and other intermediate calculations to nearest whole dollar.)