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Plains Peanut Butter Company recently acquired a peanut-processing company that has a normal annual capacity of 4,000,000 pounds and that sold 2,800,000 pounds last year at a price of \$2.00 per pound.

1 ? Appropriate Transfer Prices: Opportunity Costs

Plains Peanut Butter Company recently acquired a peanut?processing company that has a normal

annual capacity of 4,000,000 pounds and that sold 2,800,000 pounds last year at a price of \$2.00

per pound. The purpose of the acquisition is to furnish peanuts for the peanut butter plant, which

needs 1,600,000 pounds of peanuts per year. It has been purchasing peanuts from suppliers at the

market price. Production costs per pound of the peanut?processing company are as follows:

Direct materials

\$0.50

Direct labor

0.24

Variable overhead

0.12

Fixed overhead at normal

capacity

0.22

Total

\$1.08

Management is trying to decide what transfer price to use for sales from the newly acquired Peanut

Division to the Peanut Butter Division. The manager of the Peanut Division argues that \$2.00, the

market price, is appropriate. The manager of the Peanut Butter Division argues that the cost price of

\$1.08 (or perhaps even less) should be used since fixed overhead costs should be recomputed. Any

output of the Peanut Division up to 2,800,000 pounds that is not sold to the Peanut Butter Division

could be sold to regular customers at \$2.00 per pound.

(a) Compute the annual gross profit for the Peanut Division using a transfer price of \$2.00.

(b) Compute the annual gross profit for the Peanut Division using a transfer price of \$1.08.

2- ROI and Residual Income: Basic Computations

Watkins Associated Industries is a highly diversified company with three divisions: Trucking,

Seafood, and Construction. Assume that the company uses return on investment and residual

income as two of the evaluation tools for division managers. The company has a minimum desired

rate of return on investment of 10 percent with a 30 percent tax rate. Selected operating data for

three divisions of the company follow.

Trucking

Division

Seafood

Division

Construction Division

Sales

\$ 1,200,000

\$ 750,000

\$ 900,000

Operating assets

600,000

250,000

350,000

Net operating

116,000

66,000

63,000

Trucking

Division

Seafood

Division

Construction Division

income

(a) Compute the return on investment for each division. (Round answers to three decimal places.)

(b) Compute the residual income for each division.

3 Income Statements Segmented by Territory

Script, Inc., has two product lines. The September income statements of each product line and the

company are as follows:

Pens and pencils are sold in two territories, Florida and Alabama, as follows

4 ROI and Residual Income:

Impact of a New Investment

The Mustang Division of Detroit Motors had an operating income of \$800,000 and net assets of

\$4,000,000. Detroit Motors has a target rate of return of 16 percent.

(a) Compute the return on investment. (Round your answer to three decimal places.)

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(b) Compute the residual income.

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(c) The Mustang Division has an opportunity to increase operating income by \$200,000 with an

\$750,000 investment in assets.

1. Compute the Mustang Division's return on investment if the project is undertaken. (Round your

answer to three decimal places.)

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2. Compute the Mustang Division's residual income if the project is undertaken.

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