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https://www.coursehero.com/tutors-problems/Business/10456988 10456988 MGMT E-1500: COST ACCOUNTING CASE ASSIGNMENT #1: Cortland Manufacturing, Inc. We constantly seem to be pricing ourselves out of some markets and not... I have 13 required questions and temple is also provide. thank you. MGMT E-1500: COST ACCOUNTING CASE ASSIGNMENT #1: Cortland Manufacturing, Inc. We constantly seem to be pricing ourselves out of some markets and not charging enough in others. Our pricing policy is preTy simple: we mark up our full manufacturing cost by 50%. ±hat means a computer that costs us $2,000 to manufacture will sell for $3,000. Un²l now I thought this was a workable approach, but now I’m not so sure. Steve Works, CEO, Cortland Manufacturing, Inc. (CMI) Steve’s Controller, Sally Nomer, had just told him that she believed the computers might be priced inappropriately. Steve conTnued: When I was at Leland [School of Management] I focused most of my aTen²on on opera²ons and marke²ng, convinced that those were the keys to my successful career. Cost accoun²ng was boring and not relevant. But now my accountant is telling me that I need to think about a new way to assign manufacturing overhead to products, and I don’t even know where to start! I never dreamed that some day my career would come to this. I wish I’d paid more aTen²on to those classes so I could understand what is going on here. I’m lost. BACKGROUND CMI manufactures several diFerent models of computers, distributed to retail outlets throughout the 50 states. ±he company is proud of the user-friendly computers it produces, in parTcular their graphics capability. CMI claims the superb graphics are what disTnguish its products from compeTtors. CMI purchases raw materials in components and subassemblies made to its speci²caTons from a very small group of highly reliable suppliers. It uses a single facility to house both manufacturing facility and administraTve and sales o³ces. ±he factory workers operate three kinds of machines. InspecTng machines check the raw materials and test components and subassemblies to assure they are working to speci²caTons. Soldering machines solder various components as necessary. ´inally assembly machines put all the components and subassemblies together into ²nished computers. ±he processes can vary by computer model. DepreciaTon, maintenance and repairs on the three types of machines account for about 40% of CMI’s overhead cost. ±he remainder of the overhead is made up of labor involved in receiving and handling the raw materials, adjusTng and seµng up machines for each new batch of computers, and inspecTng and packing ²nished computers for shipping. AddiTonal costs include insurance and depreciaTon on handling equipment, supplies, and uTliTes. ±he actual manufacturing eFort (soldering, inspecTng and assembly) is primarily automated, so CMI uses very li¶le direct labor. ±he company also operates on a lean producTon model, so almost no inventories exist at the end of any period. Most of the computers are sold in large orders to naTonal electronic chains. However, the Cortland 2000 is not such a machine. It represents a recent eFort by CMI to enter the scienT²c compuTng market. ±he quanTty manufactured and sold of this machine is expected to be much lower than other models even when it gains its hoped-for market share. ´ewer customers exist for this more sophisTcated, powerful, high-priced machine. Nonetheless, Mr. Works has believed from the concepTon of this product that, when all manufacturing costs were considered, the Cortland 2000 would contribute a reasonable amount to CMI’s selling and administraTve costs and pro²t. ±he name recogniTon it brought in its elite community should enhance sales of the more generally used computers.
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https://www.coursehero.com/tutors-problems/Business/10456994 10456994 For extra credit, write a 1-page typed response essay on the following topic by the beginning of LECTURE on Thursday, April 6 by utilizing the... Please help me on this paper . I really need the extra credit but it's due tomorrow and I had no time because my baby is sick .For extra credit, write a 1-page typed response essay on the following topic by the beginning of LECTURE on Thursday, April 6 by utilizing the primary sources within Chapter 6 of your Discovering the American Past textbook. July 4th, 1827 saw the birth of a fiery controversy regarding the role of religion in the government of the United States. On that day, Pastor Ezra Stiles Ely urged his listeners to elect devoted Christian politicians to introduce religion into civic matters. 1 This debate coalesced around the Sunday Mail Controversy as religious organizations protested the law requiring the United States Post Office to remain open on Sundays, which they thought interrupted God’s holy day of rest. Though the Founders believed in a separation of church and state, the United States was perceived as a Christian nation at this time, and religion was considered essential to judging moral issues in political life. 2 For this week’s 1-page extra credit response paper: Determine whether or not the law requiring the United States Post Office to remain open on Sundays was compatible with the Constitution. Use two or three primary sources to determine which side provided the most persuasive position: to be neutral to religion when enacting laws, or to allow religion to influence laws while still remaining a democracy that does not violate anyone’s freedom. Provide specific examples from the sources in your response and cite them with footnotes by including the author and title of the documents. 1 Wheeler, William Bruce, Susan D. Baker, and Lorri Glover, Discovering the American Past: A Look at the Evidence; Volume I: To 1877
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