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(1)North Country Auto-Transfer Pricing problem, Page 181, Book: MCS by Vijay Govindarajan & Robert N Anthony Solution:
Facts of the case:
(a)North Country Auto has departments/profit centre : (i) New & (ii) Used Car Sales, (iii) Parts, (iv) Service & (v) Body. (b)New & Used cars dept.: Headed by managers. They dealt in cars of Ford, Saab & Volkswagen. (c)Parts dept.: Manager was responsible for tracking parts inventory for the three lines & minimizing both carrying cost & “obsolescence.” (d)Service dept.: The service dept. Occupied over half the building space & was most labour intensive. (e)Body Shop: They consisted of a manager, three technicians & a clerk. Questions to be answered:

(1)Using the data in the transaction, compute the profitability of this one transaction to the new, used, parts, and service dept. Assume a sales commission of $250 for the trade-in on a selling price of $5000. (Note: use the following allocations, new: $835; Used: $665; parts: $32; service: $114, for overhead expenses while computing the profitability of this one transaction. These overhead allocations are also shown as Note 13 in Exhibit 3.) Ans

O.H expenses has been converted into for the complete units. Thus for this one transaction the Net Profit will be $10,78,000/- Assumption: Variable Cost for used cars is taken as 87.86% of Sales (as derived from the Financial statement-Exhibit 3). (2)How should the transfer-pricing system operate for each dept (market price, full retail, full cost, variable cost)? AnsThe transfer-pricing should be at Full-cost for all the departments, but at the same time they should act as profit centre & compete with the market for quality & price of service. (3)If it were found one week later that the trade-in could be wholesaled for only $3000, which manager should take the loss? AnsThe loss should be booked on the used-car sales only.

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