#### Details of this Paper

##### question 2,preparing cash a budget

Description

solution

Question

Question;Jodie Products;Limited is a merchandising company that sells stationery and other school;supplies. The company is planning its cash needs for 2014/2015. In the past;Jodie Products had to borrow money in order to support peak sales of;back-to-school material, which occur during January. The following information;has been provided to assist in preparing a cash budget for the period;Budgeted monthy income statement;for December 2014 to March 2015;December;January;February;March;N\$;N\$;N\$;N\$;Sales;40 000;70 000;50 000;45 000;Cost of sales;24 000;42 000;30 000;27 000;Gross margin;16 000;28 000;20 000;18 000;Operating expenses;Selling expenses;7 200;11 700;8 500;7 300;Administrative expenses;5 600;7 200;6 100;5 900;Net income;3 200;9 100;5 400;4 800;Note the;following additional information;? Administrative expenses include N\$2;000 depreciation each month.;? 20 % of sales are cash sales. Credit;sales are collected over a three-month period in the ratio of 10% in the month;of sale, 70% in the month following sale and 20% in the second month following;sale. October sales amounted to N\$30 000, and November sales to N\$36 000.;? Inventory purchases are paid for;within 15 days. Therefore 50% of a month?s inventory purchases are paid for in;the month of purchase. The remaining 50% is paid in the following month.;? Purchases amount to 75% of the;following month?s sales.;? Dividends of N\$1 000 will be declared;and paid in February.;? The cash balance on 30 November was N\$8;000. The company must maintain a cash;balance of at least N\$8 000 at all times.;? The company can borrow cash from the;bank as needed. Loans are received in multiples;of N\$1 000. Interest paid on loans are 15% per annum, payable monthly.;Prepare a cash budget for December, January and February. When will;Jodie products be able to repay the loan?

Paper#54569 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

Price : \$22