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FINANCE-ABC Companyâs has December unit sales of 12,000 units.

Practical Analysis

1.
ABC Companyâs has December unit sales of 12,000
units. Assuming a 5% growth, what is the
projected unit sale?

2.
ABC
Companyâs has December unit sales of 12,000 units. Assuming a 5% growth, and a selling price per
unit of \$40, what is the projected unit sales?

3.
ABC Company projects the next period sales will
be 12,000 units. ABC Company desires
ending inventory equal to 20% of the next monthâs sales. What is the desired inventory?

4.
ABC Company projects the next period sales will
be 12,000 units. ABC Company desires
ending inventory equal to 20% of the next monthâs sales. If the beginning inventory is 100, and the
current monthâs sales are 14,000, what is the number of units that will need to
be purchased for the current month?

5.
ABC Company has sales forecasts of the
following: January = \$40,000; February = \$65,000; March = \$52,850. All sales are on account and are collected as
follows: 20% in the current month, 50% in the month following, 25% in the second
month following, and 5% uncollectible.
What are the cash receipts for March?

6.
ABC Company has sales forecasts of the
following: February = \$40,000; March = \$65,000.
All sales are on account and are collected as follows: 20% in the
current month, 50% in the month following, 25% in the second month following,
and 5% uncollectible. If the total cash
receipts for March equal \$48,250, what is the sales forecast for January?

7.
Assume the following information for the month
of August. June sales = \$40,000; July
sales = \$65,000; August sales = \$52,850.
All sales are on account and are collected as follows: 20% in the
current month, 50% in the month following, 25% in the second month following,
and 5% uncollectible. T he beginning
cash balance is \$14,670, with cash payment of \$24,653. If the minimum cash balance is \$50,000, what
is the amount needed by the bank, or how much is available to pay towards the
bank loan? Show the amount needed as a
positive number and the amount to repay a loan as a negative number.

8.
Assume the following information for t he month
of August. June sales = \$40,000; July sales = \$65,000; August sales = \$52.850. All sales are on account and are collected as
follows: 20% in the current month, 50%
in the month following, 25% in the second month following, and 5% uncollectable. The beginning cash balance is \$14,670, with
cash payments of \$24,653. If the minimum
cash balance is \$40,000, what is the amount needed by the bank, or how much is
available to pay towards the bank loan? Show the amount needed as a positive number
and the amount to repay a loan as a negative number.

9.
ABC Company pays for merchandise by paying cash
and using credit. Credit purchases equal
80% of the purchases. Of those purchased
on credit the purchase are paid for as follows: 60% in the current month, 35%
in the month following, and 5% in the second month following. Assume January purchases are \$65,000. How much of the January purchases are paid
for in January?

10.
ABC Company pays for merchandise entirely on
credit as follows: 60% in the current month 35% in the month following, and 5%
in the second month following. Assume January purchases are \$65,000. How much of the January purchases are paid
for in January?

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