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Transfer Pricing MCQs
Cuff Caterers quotes a price of $60 per person for a dinner party. This price includes the 6% sales tax and the 15% service charge. Sales tax is com...
Based on potential sales of 500 units per year, a new product has estimated traceable costs of $990,000. What is the target price to obtain a 15% pr...
Briar Co. signed a government construction contract providing for a formula price of actual cost plus 10%. In addition, Briar was to receive one-hal...
Vince, Inc. has developed and patented a new laser disc reading device that will be marketed internationally. Which of the following factors should ...
I and II only
I and III only
II and III only
I, II, and III
Ajax Division of Carlyle Corporation produces electric motors, 20% of which are sold to Bradley Division of Carlyle and the remainder to outside cus...
No, because the gross margin of the corporation as a whole would decrease by $200,000.
Yes, because Ajax Division’s gross margin would increase by $300,000.
Yes, because Ajax Division’s gross margin would increase by $600,000.
No, because Bradley Division’s gross margin would decrease by $800,000.
The management of James Corporation has decided to implement a transfer pricing system. James’ MIS department is currently negotiating a transfer ...
Floor, $36.00; Ceiling $56.00.
Floor, $45.60; Ceiling $56.00.
Floor, $48.00; Ceiling $70.00.
Floor, $57.00; Ceiling $82.00.
Systematic evaluation of the trade-offs between product functionality and product cost while still satisfying customer needs is the definition of
Theory of constraints.
Total quality management.
Which of the following statements regarding transfer pricing is false?
When idle capacity exists, there is no opportunity cost to producing intermediate products for another division.
Market-based transfer prices should be reduced by any costs avoided by selling internally rather than externally.
No contribution margin is generated by the transferring division when variable cost-based transfer prices are used.
The goal of transfer pricing is to provide segment managers with incentive to maximize the profits of their divisions.
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