SUMMARY PROBLEM STATEMENT In the spring of 2003, Mark Taylor, recently promoted to operations manager at Thicketwood Ltd., a custom kitchen cabinet manufacturer in Kitchener, Ontario. The company has to ensure that the plant's capacity would meet the upcoming year's forecasted demand of 2000 kitchen cabinets. But for now, the plant's manufacturing all relies on the handcraft of workers. No matter is the quality or the quantity of productions, cannot satisfied the demand either. Taylor's first plan was to purchase a computer numeric controlled(CNC) router, however, he was not sure whether to purchase a new or used machine.
| | | | | * Question 4 2 out of 2 points | | | Using the data below, determine the amount of consumer surplus, if any, in the market. The market clearing price for matinee tickets is $3 | Matinee TicketsWilling to Pay(WTP) | Tony | $1 | George | $2 | Deshon | $3 | Mario | $4 | Antonio | $5 | Brittney | $6 | | | | | | Selected Answer: | $6 | | | | | * Question 5 2 out of 2 points | | | Examine the graph below. The government has placed a $200 tariff on product z. The new equilibrium price is $600. What has happened to consumer surplus?
In the one hour long special that really touched my heart it shows how this overgrowing crisis is getting out of hand and how us as Americans need to lend a helping hand to stop this. By helping start more programs in my community and helping give students enough nutritious food to get them through weekends, hand-delivering meals to students’ homes during summer break, and providing services to their families and local food kitchens we would decrease a lot of this. We can also help out by calling our governors to help out. Hunger Hits Home made it clear that America’s hunger crisis is occurring in every neighborhood in the United States. And they also make it clear that when everyone contributes to making a difference, we can stop hunger in its tracks and give every child a healthy, happy
The Lockit Company manufactures door knobs for residential homes and apartments. Lockit is considering the use of simple (single-driver) and multiple regression analyses to forecast annual sales because previous forecasts have been inaccurate. The new sales forecast will be used to initiate the budgeting process and to identify more completely the underlying process that generates sales. Larry Husky, the controller of Lockit, has considered many possible independent variables and equations to predict sales and has narrowed his choices to four equations. Husky used annual observations from 20 prior years to estimate each of the four equations.
Margin of Safety (DOLLARS) Budgeted – break even = 100,000-62500= 37500 (Percentage) 37.500/100.000= 37.5% (Units) 37500/250= 150 3.Compute the company’s margin of safety in units assuming the proposal is accepted. Margin of Safety (Dollars) 137500-58929= 78571 (Units) 78571/275= 286 4. Compute the increase or decrease in profit assuming the proposal is accepted, show the contribution Income Statement for current and proposed. Present Proposed Sales 100,000 137500 Variable expense 64000 80000 CM 36000 57500 Fixed cost 22500 244750 Net income 13500 32750 difference: 19250 4a. What is the operating leverage for the current and proposed?
Christopher Nelson Intermediate Accounting II Research Case 1 1. As of December 31, 2011, what amount, if any , of sales taxes due should be recognized in eVade’s financial statements? Assuming the financial statements for year ending 12/31/2011 have not been issued, an adjustment to sales tax liability can be recognized for the entire $25,000.000. As well, affected prior period statements will need to be re-stated. This is consistent with FASB codification ASC250-10-45-23 2.
Running head: PROBLEM SOLUTION: KUDLER FINE FOODS Problem Solution: Kudler Fine Foods University of Phoenix MGT/521 Management Problem Solution: Kudler Fine Foods Kudler Fine Foods is a premier gourmet grocery store for shoppers searching to buy the finest meats, produce, cheeses and wine. Kathy and the company’s management need to take a step back to analyze the stores’ strengths and weaknesses to ensure success in any future expansion plans. Situation Analysis Issue and Opportunity Identification Kudler Fine Foods has several issues they should address in their stores before implementing any expansion plans as outlined in Table 1. One issue is 12% of perishable goods being thrown away or donated to charity
Strategic planning is crucial at this stage and there are tools available to help any business perform the analysis needed to succeed. Kudler Fine Foods is an upscale food store specializing in foods and services that appeal to a niche market; gourmet chefs and gourmet chefs in training. The firm had good initial success with its first two stores, but its third store is suffering with lower than expected sales. The firm wishes to continue expansion and increase profitable growth. Before moving forward the company’s owner, Kathy Kudler, needs to understand her company fully and have accurate knowledge about the firm’s internal and external environment.
Calculate the PAYG instalment income for the quarter. FBT rate varied Variation of FBT Fringe benefits ATO instalment preprinted on BAS 19 F1 2 400 Estimated total fringe benefits tax payable for year Varied fringe benefits tax instalment amount Transfer the amount at F3 to 6A on the BAS Summary F2 F3 F4 12 000 3 000 30 Reason for variation PAYG rate varied PAYG income tax instalment For the QUARTER from 1 Oct 20XX to 31 Dec 20XX Option 2: Calculate PAYG instalment using income times rate PAYG instalment income T1 $ 5 5.61 4 5 % 6
Ensure you state where a particular assumption is used in your proof. (600 points) [pic] Given the two IC Curves, Point A on IC1 is northeast of IC2’s Point B implying that IC1 is has a higher utility than IC2. On IC2, Point D is northeast to IC1’s Point C implying that IC2 is the IC curve with the higher utility, which creates a logical inconsistency. This would break the assumption rule that every consumption basket lies on one and only one indifference curve. It would also break the transitivity assumption.