Estevez Company uses normal costing in its job-costing system. The company produces kitchen cabinets The beginning balances (December 1) and ending balances (as of December 30) in their inventory accounts are as follows. a. Direct materials purchased during December were $132, 600. b. Cost of goods manufactured for December was $468,000. c No direct materials were returned to suppliers. d No units were started or completed on December 31 and no direct materials were requisitioned on December 31. e. The manufacturing labor costs for the December 31 working day: direct manufacturing labor, $8, 600, and indirect manufacturing labor, $2, 800. Manufacturing overhead has been allocated at 110% of direct manufacturing labor costs through December 31. Prepare journal entries for the December 31 payroll. Use T-accounts to compute the following. a The total amount of materials requisitioned into work in process during December. b. The total amount of direct manufacturing labor recorded in work in process during December. The total amount of manufacturing overhead recorded in work in process during December. d Ending balance in work in process, December 31. e Cost of goods sold for December before adjustments for under- or overallocated manufacturing overhead. Prepare closing journal entries related to manufacturing overhead Assume that all under- or overallocated manufacturing overhead is closed directly to Cost of Goods Sold.