The amount of time spent by an employee on an individual job are recorded on

1. The amount of time spent by an employee on an individual job are
recorded on a. employees’ earnings records b. time tickets c. in-and-out cards d. pay stubs 2. Period costs are a. classified as direct labor, direct material, or factory
overhead b. found on the balance sheet c. not involved in the production process d. found on the job order cost sheets 3. During the period, labor costs incurred on account amounted to
$175,000, including $150,000 for production orders and $25,000 for
general factory use. In addition, factory overhead charged to
production was $32,000. The entry to record the direct labor costs
is a. Work in
Process
150,000 Wages
Payable
150,000 b. Work in
Process 175,000 Wages
Payable 175,000 c. Wages
Payable
150,000 Work in
Process
150,000 d. Wages
Payable 175,000 Work in
Process 175,000

1.
The amount of time spent by an employee on an individual job are
recorded on
a. employees earnings records
b. time tickets
c. in-and-out cards 
d. pay stubs
2.
Period costs are
a. classified as direct labor, direct material, or factory
overhead
b. found on the balance sheet 
c. not involved in the production process
d. found on the job order cost sheets
3.
During the period, labor costs incurred on account amounted to
$175,000, including $150,000 for production orders and $25,000 for
general factory use. In addition, factory overhead charged to
production was $32,000. The entry to record the direct labor costs
is
a. Work in
Process 
150,000
Wages
Payable 
150,000
b. Work in
Process 175,000
Wages
Payable 175,000
c. Wages
Payable 
150,000
Work in
Process 
150,000
d. Wages
Payable 175,000
Work in
Process 175,000

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