Monson sells 25 units for $45 each on December 15. Monson uses a perpetual inventory system. Determine the costs assigned to the December 31 ending inventory when costs are assigned based on LIFO.
05 5-11 Perpetual: Inventory costing with LIFO LD P1 Trey Monson starts a merchandising business on December 1 and enters into the following three inventorypurchases: Purchams on December 1″ 15 units @ $18.00 cost Purchases on December 14 29 units IQ $2100 cost Purchases on December 21 25 units @ $32.00 costRequlred: Morison sells 25 units for $45 each on December 15. Monson uses a perpetual inventory system.Determine the costs assigned to the December 31 ending inventory wt’ien costs are assigned based onLIFO. P_erpetua| LIFO: —“I-s-—I-” _-I-E–_I–I-__-_I–_I_-I-__-_I–_I__I-! December 15 – $ 2?.00 -._ —I—i-—-—=_-_I–_I__I-!———=—-—-—–—__-_I–_I_-I-_ _-_I–_I_-I-__-_I–_I!_I-!
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