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HomeRun Kings Bat Production Company

Kyle Pownall Domenic Petracca Ashleyy Baksh Samira Vaziri
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Samira Vaziri

on 6 December 2012

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Transcript of HomeRun Kings Bat Production Company

Kyle Pownall HomeRun Kings Bat Production Company Direct Materials About Us... Thank you! DM Budget Units DL Budget Hours Family Business
Make bats for local schools such as:
Deltona High
Pine Ridge
DeLand
University
Little leagues

We create other products as well, however, our main product is bats. Jan Feb Mar Quarter Bat Varnish
Cans 355 459 538 1352 32.3 41.7 48.9 122.9 DM Budget Price Bat Varnish Jan Feb Mar Quarter 20,945 27,061 31,742 79,768 96.9 125.1 146.7 368.7 21,041.9 27,206.1 31,888.7 80,136.7 Total Domenic Petracca Ashleyy Baksh Samira Vaziri Direct Labor Budget Hours DL Budget Price Jan Feb Mar Quarter Hours 177.5 229.5 269 676 Jan Feb Mar Quarter Cost 1775 2295 2690 6760 Quarterly Income Statement Quarterly Financial Statement Sales: $194,250 DM: 80,136.7 DL: 6760 Man. OH:
Var: 1,352
Fixed: 300 Admin: 48,000 Depr. Exp: 50 Total Expenses: 136,598.7 NOI: 57,651.3 Manufacturing Overhead
& Administration Expense Variable Overhead=$1.00 per bat
Fixed=$100 per month Jan Feb Mar Variable Fixed 355 459 538 Quarter 1352 100 100 100 300 Admin. Jan Feb Mar $16,000 $16,000 $16,000 Quarter $48,000 Sales Budget We expect to sell 460 bats during April and another 550 in May. 20% of the next months sales budget should be left in ending inventory 1st Quarter
Sales in Units Sales End Inv. Jan Feb Mar Quarter 320 80 400 115 575 92 1295 92 400 515 667 1387 Begin. Inv. 64 80 115 64 Total Need 336 435 552 1323 Selling Price 150 per bat Production Budget 20% of next months production should be left in ending inventory Need Jan Feb Mar Quarter 336 435 552 1323 End. Inv. 87 111 97 97 423 546 649 1420 Begin.
Inv 68 87 111 68 Total
Production
Needed 355 459 538 1352 Make or Buy Hinson Bats has bought a new automated engraving machine that is capable of making our bats. They have offered to sell us our completed bats for $80 pet bat. If we buy the completed bat, we will avoid all variable expenses. $16,000 of administration expenses and $200 of fixed manufacturing over head expenses are also avoidable. We have no other use for the production space or the metal design. Should we continue to make our bats or buy Hinson's completed bats? Make or Buy Make Buy Sales $194,250 $194,250 DM 80,136.7 0 DL 6760 0 Var. MOH 1352 0 Fixed MOH 300 100 Admin 48,000 32,000 Depr. 50 50 Completed
Bats 0 108,160 Total
Expenses 136,598.7 140,310 NOI 57,651.3 53,940 Net Operating Loss We would have a loss of $3,711.3
We will continue to produce our own bats.
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