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2 12 CONFIRMING PAGES Lawson Manufacturing Company paid production workers wages of $100,000. It incurred materials costs of $120,000 and manufacturing overhead costs of $160,000. Selling and administrative salaries were $80,000. Lawson started and completed 1,000 units of product and sold 800 of these units. The company sets sales prices at $220 above the average per unit production cost. Based on this information alone, determine the amount of gross margin and net income. What is Lawson’s pricing strategy called?
3 Assume that all transactions except 6, 8, and 10 are cash transactions. 1. Acquired $15,000 cash by issuing common stock. 2. Paid $2,000 for materials that were used to make products. All products started were completed during the period. 3. Paid $1,200 for salaries of selling and administrative employees. 4. Paid $3,000 for wages of production workers. 5. Paid $2,800 for furniture used in selling and administrative offices. 3 This illustration assumes that all inventory started during the period was completed during the period.
While the information needs of internal and external users overlap, the needs of managers generally differ from those of investors or creditors. Some distinguishing characteristics are discussed in the following section. Users and Types of Information Financial accounting provides information used primarily by investors, creditors, and others outside a business. In contrast, managerial accounting focuses on information used by executives, managers, and employees who work inside the business. These two user groups need different types of information.