Question;Ques_1;Kelly's Boutique has several questions for you that Excel can help;answer. Kelly is planning for the future and would like you to prepare a;present value analysis. Using the file ch7-04 complete a present value;analysis for the following situations. Save the file as ch7-04_student_name;(replacing student_name with your name). Print both a Value view and Formula;view of this completed worksheet. Kelly would like to know the following;a. How much she would have to pay at the end of each year;assuming a 7 percent rate of return, to yield $100,000 at the end of 10;years.;b. How much she would have at the end of 10 years if she invested;$65,000 today, earning 5 percent per year.;c. How much she would have at the end of 10 years if she invested;$6,325 at the end of each year, earning 9 percent per year.;d. How much she would have to invest today to have $154,324 in 10;years, earning 12 percent per year.;Ques_2;Kelly has a very fluctuating workforce based on;seasonal demand. She's ranged from having 10 employees in one month to 32;employees in another month. Some employees are paid a salary, others are paid;hourly. She would like to know more about how these costs behave. Use the;file ch7-05 to complete a cost prediction worksheet. Save the file as;ch7-05_student_name (replacing student_name with your name). The worksheet;should do the following;a. Calculate variable cost per employee, fixed costs, and a;prediction of payroll cost with 22 employees using the Hi-Lo method.;b. Calculate variable cost per employee, fixed costs, and a;prediction of payroll cost with 22 employees using the Least;Squares/Regression method.;c. Display a chart of payroll/employees with a trend line. (Be;sure to modify each axis so your scatter diagram is better displayed, as you;did earlier in this chapter);Ques_3;During a recent year Kelly's Boutique had sales on account of;$6,000,000, collections of $5,800,000, write-offs of $45,000, a beginning;balance in accounts receivable of $500,000, and a beginning balance in the;allowance for uncollectible accounts of $37,000. At year end, $580,000 of;accounts receivable were current, $39,000 were 0-30 days past due, $18,000;were 31-60 days past due, $10,000 were 61-90 days past due, and $8,000 were;over 90 days past due. The company believes.6 percent of sales will not be;collected. They also have experience that suggests that 1 percent of all;current receivables, 8 percent of receivables 0-30 days past due, 20 percent;of receivables 31-60 days past due, 25 percent of receivables 61-90 days past;due, and 50 percent of receivables over 90 days179180past due will not be collected. Using;the file ch7-06, complete the allowance for uncollectible accounts analysis;for both standard methods. Save the file as ch7- 06_student_name (replacing;student_name with your name). Print both a Value view and Formula view of;this completed worksheet.
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