Case: Chester & Wayne
Chester & Wayne is a regional food distribution company. Mr. Chester, CEO, has asked for assistance with preparing cash-flow information for the last three months of this year. The selected accounts from an interim balance sheet dated September 30, have the following balances:
Mr. Wayne, CFO, provided the following information based on experience and management policy. All sales are credit sales and are billed the last day of the month of sale. Customers paying within 10 days of the billing date may take a 2 percent cash discount. Forty percent of the sales are paid within the discount period in the month following billing. An additional 25 percent pays in the same month but does not receive the cash discount. Thirty percent is collected in the second month after billing; the remainder is uncollectible. Additional cash of $24,000 is expected in October from renting unused warehouse space. Sixty percent of all purchases, selling and administrative expenses, and advertising expenses are paid in the month incurred. The remainder is paid in the following month. Ending inventory is set at 25 percent of the next month's budgeted cost of goods sold. The company's gross profit averages 30 percent of sales for the month. Selling and administrative expenses follow the formula of 5 percent of the current month's sales plus $75,000, which includes depreciation of $5,000. Advertising expenses are budgeted at 3 percent of sales. Actual and budgeted sales information is as follows:
The company will acquire equipment costing $250,000 cash in November. Dividends of $45,000 will be paid in...
References: Schneider, Arnold. (2012) Managerial Accounting: Manufacturing and Service Applications.
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