Jacobsen Corporation prepares its financial statements applying U. S. GAAP. During its 2016 fiscal year, the company reported before-tax income of $621,000. This amount does not include the following two items, both of which are considered to be material in amount: Unusual gain $201,000 Loss on discontinued operations (301,000) The company's income tax rate is 30%. In its 2016 income statement, Jacobsen would report income from continuing operations of:
Income from continuing operations of $621,000 will be reported.
The income from continuing operations is the same thing as the operating income. It is the pre-tax income that is reported on Jacobsen Corporation's income statement for the year ended December 31, 2016. The tax rate of 30% is applied on this figure to obtain the income tax expense for the year. But, for Jacobsen that has other unusual items, these are taken into consideration before the income tax is imputed to obtain the after-tax income.
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urban company reports the following information regarding its production cost: units produced 37,000 units direct labor $ 30 per unit direct materials $ 35 per unit variable overhead $ 237,000 in total fixed overhead $ 127,000 in total