*Please note they are two different exercises. and need to be done in excel with formulas.
Exercise 13-12Outsourcing decision with qualitative factors
Daisuke Corporation, which makes and sells 85,000 radios annually, currently purchases the radio speakers it uses for $5 each. Each radio uses one speaker. The company has idle capacity and is considering the possibility of making the speakers that it needs. Daisuke estimates that the cost of materials and labor needed to make speakers would be a total of $4.50 for each speaker. In addition, supervisory salaries, rent, and other manufacturing costs would be $89,000. Allocated facility-level costs would be $50,000.
a.Determine the change in net income Daisuke would experience if it decides to make the speakers.
b.Discuss the qualitative factors that Daisuke should consider.
Problem 13-24Effect of order quantity on special order decision
Levy Quilting Company makes blankets that it markets through a variety of department stores. It makes the blankets in batches of 1,000 units. Levy made 20,000 blankets during the prior accounting period. The cost of producing the blankets is summarized as follows.
Materials cost ($20 per unit × 20,000) $ 400,000
Labor cost ($18 per unit × 20,000) 360,000
Manufacturing supplies ($3 × 20,000) 60,000
Batch-level costs (20 batches at $4,000 per batch) 80,000
Product-level costs 160,000
Facility-level costs 290,000
Total costs $1,350,000