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Worksheet 1 Saved D 7 B С 1 S & P Enterprises needs a cash budget for March. The following information is available. 2 3 Data January February March 4 Actual January and February and expected March sales: 5 Cash sales $ 1,600 $ 3,750 $ 5,100 6 Sales on account 25,000 30,000 40,000 Total Sales $ 26,600 $33.750 $ 45,100 8 9 Accounts Receivable Collections: 10 Month of sale 15% 11 Month following sale 60% 12 Second month following sale 22% 13 Uncollectible 3% 14 15 Accounts payable for inventory purchases, March 1 balance $10,500 16 Budgeted inventory purchases in March $23,500 17 Inventory payments: 18 Month of purchase 6096 19 Month following purchase 40% 20 21 Total budgeted selling & administrative expenses in March $12,500 22 Budgeted selling & administrative depreciation in March $3,200 23 Score answer А B с D E 22 Budgeted selling & administrative depreciation in March $3,200 23 24 Other budgeted cash disbursements in March 25 Equipment purchases $14,000 26 Dividends to be paid $2,000 27 28 Minimum cash balance to be maintained $10,000 29 March 1 cash balance $11,500 30 March 1 outstanding borrowings $0 31 March 1 interest due $0 32 33 The company has a line of credit available to bolster the cash balance as needed. 34 35 When preparing budgets, the company maintains their data on a separate sheet from the actual budget and schedules. 36 37 Click the Schedules and Cash Budget tab to prepare the following: 38 1. Schedule of expected cash collections for March. 39 2. Schedule of expected cash disbursements for inventory purchases for March. 3. Cash budget for March. Indicate in the financing section any borrowing that will be needed in March. Assume that any interest will not be paid until the following month. 40 41 42 43 44 45 1 of 1 Score answer В C D 1 Expected cash collections: 2 March cash collections 3 March collections on account: January sales 5 February sales 6 March sales 7 Total cash collections 4 8 9 Payments to suppliers: 10 Accounts payable for inventory purchases, beginning bal 11 March purchases 12 Total cash payments 13 14 S & P Enterprises 15 Cash Budget 16 For the Month of March 17 18 Cash balance, March 1 19. Add cash receipts: Collections from customers 21 Total cash available 22 Less disbursements: 20 netinin A B D 20 Collections from customers 21 Total cash available 22 Less disbursements: 23 Payments to suppliers 24 Selling and administrative expenses 25 Equipment purchases 26 Dividends paid 27 Total disbursements 28 Preliminary cash balance 29 Financing: 30 Additional loan 31 Loan repayments 32 Interest 33 Total financing 134 Cash balance, March 31 35 36 37 88 39 40 42 Score answer