Manufacturing Account – Those business organisations prepare manufacturing account where finished goods are manufactured from raw material. Manufacturing account is prepared to ascertain the cost of production of finished goods. Cost of production ascertained from manufacturing account, is transferred to trading account. Hence, a manufacturing concern prepares manufacturing account, profit and loss account and balance sheet for preparing its final accounts. In manufacturing account, cost of raw material and expenses incurred for converting it to finished goods are debited. The description of items to be shown in manufacturing account is as under:
Manufacturing Account Format
for the year ended ….
|To Opening Work-in-Progress||By Sale of Scrap|
|To Cost of Raw Material Consumed||By Work in Progress|
Add: Purchases of Raw
|By Cost of Production i.e.(balancing figure transferred to trading A/c)|
Less: Closing Stock
|To Factory Rent|
|To Factory Lighting|
|To Depreciation on Plant & Machinery|
|To Repair to Plant & Machinery|
|To Sundry (Factory) Expenses|
i. It is customary to give a separate heading to the manufacturing account.
ii. In case of an examination question, if a manufacturing account is not separately asked then he examinee may show all items relating to the manufacturing account in the trading account itself.
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