Chocolaterie de Geneve, SA, is located in a French-speaking canton in Switzerland. The company makes chocolate truffles that are sold in popular embossed tins. The company has two processing departments—Cooking and Molding. In the Cooking Department, the raw ingredients for the truffles are mixed and then cooked in special candy-making vats. In the Molding Department, the melted chocolate and other ingredients from the Cooking Department are carefully poured into molds and decorative flourishes are applied by hand. After cooling, the truffles are packed for sale. The company uses a process costing system. The T-accounts below show the flow of costs through the two departments in April: Work in Process—Cooking Balance 4/1 12,000 Transferred out 758,000 Direct materials 333,000 Direct labor 261,000 Overhead 188,000 Work in Process—Molding Balance 4/1 23,000 Transferred out 983,000 Transferred in 758,000 Direct labor 117,000 Overhead 91,000 Required: Prepare journal entries showing the flow of costs through the two processing departments during April. (If no entry is required for a transaction/event, select "No journal entry required" in the first account field.)
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