## (solution) Account payable for material purchased is estimated at \$38400 at

Account payable for material purchased is estimated at \$38400 at the beginning of the current budget year. It is estimated that account payable at the end of the quarter for material purchased will be equal to 40% of the purchases during the quarter.

Required:

1. Determine the number of units of material to be purchased each quarter.
2. Determine the cost of material to be purchased by quarters.
3. Estimate the payments to be made each quarter for material

Q No. 2. Sales and Collection: Henderson Neat Shirts Co. sells shirts and is budgeting for 1996.the beginning actual account receivable, inventory (at cost) and account payable balances and partial 1996 data are given:

Beginning Balances (1/1/96)

Accounts Receivable .......................................................................\$200,000

Inventory (at cost) ........................................................................\$150,000

Accounts Payable ...........................................................................\$100,000

1996 Data First Quarter Second Quarter

Sales................................. \$600,000 \$800,000

Cost of sales........................ \$360,000 \$480,000

Required:

1. Quarterly ending inventory should be 60 percent of the next quarter's expected sales volume. Find the budgeted purchases of shirts during the first quarter.
2. Sales are all on credit, and 80percent is collected in the quarter of sale. The remainder is collected in the next quarter. Find the budgeted cash collections for the second quarter.

Q No. 3. Revised Production Budget. By the middle of September, the sales manager of Powell Supplies Inc realized that the original forecast for the fourth quarter would have to be revised. The original forecast showed that 160,000 units would be sold in October, 220,000 units would be sold in November, 270,000 units would be sold in December and 300,000 units would be sold in January. It now appears that sales will be as follows:

Months Units

October .......................................................................................\$150,000

November.....................................................................................\$200,000

December....................................................................................\$230,000

January.......................................................................................\$240,000

Normally, 200 units of this product can be produced in one hour of machine time. An inventory equal to 20 percent of the estimated sales for the next months is to be on hand at the end of each month, and the company plans to have 32,000 units in the inventory on September 30.

Required:

1. Prepare production and machine-hour budgets for the three months of the fourth quarter using the original forecast.
2. Prepare revised production and machine-hour budgets for the three months of the fourth quarter using the revised sales forecast. (Assume that the inventory is to be 32,000 units on September 30 in either case.)
3. How many hours of production machine time can be released each month for other work in this department by the expected reduction in sales?

Q No. 4. Forecast Cash Payments. Stock & Stem Company's January 1 actual inventory was \$5,000 and payables were \$3,000. Cost of goods sold for January, February, and March were \$30,000, \$35,000 and \$40,000 respectively. The purchases policy says that ending inventory should be 20 percent of next month's cost of sales. Of purchases, 40 percent is paid in the current month and the rest in the next month.

Required:

1. Find the forecast cash payments for February.

Q No. 5. Production Schedules. Olympia Candies is preparing a budget for the second quarter of the current calendar year. The March ending inventory of merchandise was \$106,000, which was higher than expected. The company prefers to carry ending inventory amounting to the expected sales volume of the next two months. Purchases of merchandise are paid half in the month of purchase and half in the month following purchase, and the balance due on accounts payable at the end of March was \$24,000.

Budgeted sales are as follows:

April.................................. \$40,000 July...................................... \$72,000

May...................................\$48,000 August.................................. \$56,000

June...................................\$60,000 September..............................\$60,000

Required:

Assuming a 25 percent gross profit margin is budgeted, prepare a budget showing the following amounts for the months of April, May and June:

Cost of goods sold.

Purchases required.

Cash payments for merchandise.

Assuming the balance on accounts receivables at the beginning of April was \$35,000 and all customers pay three fourths in the month of sale and one fourth in the month following the sale, prepare a budget showing the cash receipts from accounts receivable for April, May and June.

Q No. 6. Cash Collections and Receivables. Past experience has demonstrated that 70 percent of the net sales billed in a month by Meyer Company is collected during the month, 20percent is collected in the following month, and 10 percent is collected in the second following month.

A record of estimated net sales by month is given as follows:

November......................................................................\$450,000

December...................................................................... \$460,000

January......................................................................... \$480,000

February........................................................................\$420,000

March...........................................................................\$500,000

April............................................................................ \$550,000

May............................................................................. \$600,000

June..............................................................................\$700,000

On January 1, 1996, the net accounts receivables balance is planned at \$ 183,000

Required:

Prepare a schedule of expected collections on accounts receivable for each of the first six months of 1996, and show the estimated balance of net accounts receivable at the end of each month.

Q No. 7. Cash Receipts from Sales. Ponytail Productions has actual and anticipated revenues as follows:

Actual:

July.............................................................................. \$67,000

August...........................................................................\$69,000

Budgeted:

September........................................................................\$72,000

October.......................................................................... \$75,000

November....................................................................... \$80,000

December........................................................................ \$90,000

The controller has maintained a record of collections and has established the following pattern:

Month of sale....................................................................................60%

First month after sale..........................................................................30%

Second month after sale........................................................................5%

Third month after sale...........................................................................3%

Uncollected.......................................................................................2%

Required:

Calculate the amount of cash the company is budgeting for collection by month in the fourth quarter of the year

Qno8.budget schedules: the following data apply to the Borden Hardware Store and its 1997 budget:

 Forecast Sales Jan \$60,000 Feb \$50,000 Mar \$80,000 Apr \$90,000

 Balance Sheet Data December 31,1996 Cash \$8,000 Account receivable: November sales 16000 December sales 50000 Inventory 54000 Account payable(merchandise) 27000

Other data are as follows:

Sales are on credit with 60% of sales collected in the same month after sale ,40% in the second month after sale

Cost of goods sold is 60% of sales

Other variables costs are 10% of sales paid in the month incurred

Inventories are to be 150% of next month's budgeted sales requirements

Fixed expenses are \$3000 per month; all require cash

Required:

prepare budget of purchase for each of the first three months of 1997

prepare separate budgets of cash receipts and disbursements and cash budget for each of the first three months of 1997

prepare a budget income statement for the first quarter of 1997

Qno9.Production budget: a budget of the number of product units to be manufactured next year was prepared by Saunders Metals Company and is given as follows:

 First quarter 48000 Second quarter 56000 Third quarter 64000 Fourth quarter 60000

A year's cost estimates are based on the pervious year's actual costs. the direct material cost per unit to estimated at \$6 direct labor is budgeted at \$4 per unit, and factory overhead is to be applied at 200% of direct labor cost, 80%of the production for the quarter is to be sold in the quarter and 20% of production is to be sold in the following quarter. An inventory of 12300 units on the hand at the beginning of the budget year is to be sold in the first quarter.

Qno10.cash payments for operations: Sargetis paper products, Inc.averrage a gross profit of 30%.sale for august were %500000.the beginning inventory balance for august was \$15000 higher than the ending inventory balance. The account payable account had a balance of \$45000 at the beginning of august and a balance of \$52000 at the end. the selling and administrative expenses are paid in the month incurred .such expenses follow the formula of 5%of sales plus \$25000 per month, including depreciation expense of \$10000.

Required:

Compute the amount of cash payments made for operations during august.

Qno11.estimated income statement: Garrett Appliances Inc. prepared a budget for 1997 by quarters. Data from the budget appear as follows:

 Material Purchased Beginning Material Inventory First quarter \$280,000 \$60,000 Second quarter 360000 75000 Third quarter 400000 50000 Fourth quarter 300000 40000 First quarter,1998 40000

Direct labor is budgeted at \$140000 each quarter with factory overhead estimated at 200%of direct labor cost. Selling and administrative expenses are budgeted at \$115000 each quarter as follows:

 First quarter \$860,000 Second quarter 940000 Third quarter 990000 Fourth quarter 960000

The amount of finished goods is estimated to be\$120000 at the beginning of the year. it is expected to increase to \$150000 by the end of the end of the first quarter and will remain at the level until the end of the year when it will be reduced to \$120000

Qno12. Cash budget. Jennifer Witte is preparing a budget of cash receipts and disbursements for Gourmet Food Services, Inc. some sales are for cash and the rest of the sales is on a contract basis and is billed. Sales and collection data for April to august are as follows:

 CASH SALES BILLED SALES TOTAL APRIL \$65,000 \$40,000 \$105,000 MAY 72000 46000 118000 JUNE 84000 68000 152000 JULY 88000 72000 160000 AUGUST 86000 70000 156000

Of the billed sales, 65%is collected during the month of sale, and the other 35%is collected in the following month.

Food costs amounting to 75% of sale3s must be paid during the month .operating cast of \$24000 must be paid each month. Food costs will increase to 80% of sales in June. The cash balance at may 1 amounted \$7000.if the cash balance is over \$20000 on august 31, Witte and the other stockholders will receive the excess as dividends.

Required:

1. Prepare a budget of cash receipts and disbursements for each month, may to August, inclusive.

compute the amount ,if any ,that can be paid in dividend at th

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