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Quick question: in both cases 190k were absorbed, but the costs are wildly different.
If I add up the overheads per unit, example a) gives me 20.68+17.84+17.84 = $56.36, and example b) gives me 18.90+18.79+23.63 = $61.32.
That then also means that the profits don’t balance. I would expect the profits per unit to be different, but that when added up they’d be the same. After all, we’ve spent the same amount, and we’ve charged the same amount (in this case there hasn’t been any over/under absorption to confuse matters).
@andreasmacfarlane, You cannot add them up per unit. But if you multiply by the number of units produced, and then add up the totals, the total overheads will be the same in both cases
@johnmoffat, Thanks John.
I had done that to confirm that it comes back to 190k, but still can’t work out why it then is different per unit.
It’s still the same value of direct cost, and the same value of overheads spread over the same number of units. What’s causing the difference?
Surely if you’re after bigger profits you’d then just use the first approach.
Or is it because of rounding errors along the way that the differences are more accentuated at the individual unit level than at the total inventory level?
@andreasmacfarlane, A few things…..
Firstly, there is no logic in adding the unit costs together. Suppose apples cost $2 each and oranges cost $3 each. The total is $5 for one of each, but that means nothing to anyone – if you buy 100 apples and 1 orange, then $5 is completely irrelevant
Secondly, we can charge the overheads between the products in any way we want – for example, we could simply divide the total overheads by the total number of units produced – there is no ‘law’. What makes ABC such a good idea is that we are trying to charge them according to how much of each overhead each product is using.
Thirdly, the total profit of the business will be the same however we charge the overheads. The total overhead cost in the income statement will be 190,000 whatever happens and so the profit will not be affected. The reason we want to charge the overheads to products in a ‘fair’ way is because if we know how much it costs to make one unit we can then decide how much to charge. If one product costs a lot to make then we obviously want to charge a high price. (And of course changing the selling price will effect the profit)
Thanks John, that makes a whole lot more sense like that now.
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