| Cash flow and a source of value | This term is described of the flow of cash coming in and out. | Titman, S., Keown, A. J., & Martin, J. D. (2014). Financial Management, Principles and Applications (12 ed.). : Pearson EDU. | Project management | Project management is the organization of pace of a job and improvement of process.
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?
Sainsbury's is a hierarchical organisation. One of Sainsbury's aims is to make shopping more quick and effortless for customers. In order to find out how this can be done the marketing and research department has to look into this case. By doing this Sainsbury's are able to meet their targets. As Sainsbury's have a hierarchical structure they are most likely to lose a lot of money because for the marketing and research and development departments to carry out their functions they would need funding from the finance department.
Assume commercial use is at the March level. Also assume that the Sales Promotion and Corporate Services expenses will be at the same levels as in March. Salem Data Services Contribution Margin Income Statement For the Quarter Ended March 31, 2004 Revenues Intracompany $ 82,000 Commercial 110,400 Total Revenues: $ 192,400 Less: Variable Expenses Power (at $4.70) $ 1,612 Operations: Hourly Personnel (at $24.00) 8,232 Total Variable Expenses: $ 9,844 Contribution Margin $ 182,556 Less: Fixed Expenses Rent $ 8,000 Custodial Services 1,240 Computer Leases 95,000 Maintenance 5,400 Depreciation 26,180 Operations: Salaried Staff 21,600 Systems Development & Maintenance 12,000 Administration 9,000 Sales 11,200 Sales Promotion 8,083 Corporate Services 15,236 Total Fixed Costs: $ 212,939 Net Income $ (30,383) 4. Assuming the intracompany demand for service will average 205 hours per month, what level of commercial revenue hours of computer use would be necessary to
D. Compute the cost per equivalent unit. E. Assign and reconcile costs. 4. A system of accounting in which the costs of each process are accumulated and then assigned to the units of product that passed through the process is a: A. General cost accounting system.
What concerns would investors and creditors have based on only this information? Investors and creditors would be concerned that when their cash and cash equivalents are decreasing that the assets are steadily increasing. Another thing to be concerned about is that when demand is in a decline
An example of this would be when a customer is not able to pay their bill because due to a downturn in the economy, money may be tight if they have been laid off from their jobs or faced with unexpected hospital bills. Under the direct write-off method, companies record bad debts expense in a period that is different from the period in which they record the revenue. The method does not attempt to match bad debts expense to sales revenues in the income statement. The direct write-off method show accounts receivable in the balance sheet at the amount the company actually expects to receive. Unfortunately, unless bad debt losses are insignificant to the company, the direct write-off method is not acceptable for financial reporting
If other things change, then one cannot directly apply supply/demand analysis. Sometimes supply and demand are interconnected, making it impossible to hold other things constant (Colander, The Limitation of Supply/Demand Analysis, 2010). “In supply/demand analysis, you would look at the effect that fall would have on workers’ decisions to supply labor, and on business’s decision to hire workers. However, there are also other effects (Colander, The Limitation of Supply/Demand Analysis, 2010). “For instance, the fall in the wage lowers people’s income and thereby reduces demand.
The cash ratio is lower than the median. A lower cash ratio might indicate problems with liquidity and can affect your ability to get short term credit. The total asset turnover is much higher than the industry norm. They are clearly using their assets to make