on your goals- you can clearly see the expenditures the items which are unnecessary and don’t help you achieve your financial goals. If a business has limited resources, budgeting makes it easier to budget. b) Cost and revenues table 2013 (Figure 2) Annual sales/output of lunch packs | Total variable cost (at £2.00 each) | Annual Fixed cost | Total costs | Total Revenue (selling price of £3.50) | 0 | 0 | £40,020 | £40,020 | 0 | 16,000 | £32,000 | £40,020 | £72,020 | £56,000 | 32,000
P7 Solvency is when a business is able to pay is expenses as it has money available within the business. To determine solvency, businesses can use ratios such as current ratio and acid test ratio. These ratios allow businesses and potential investors to see how well that are able to meet their liabilities. Current Assets Current ratio = Current liabilities The acid test ratio shows the assets compared to liabilities, like the current ratio, but by
Assignment brief – QCF BTEC (Level 3)Assignment front sheet | Qualification | Unit number and title | BTEC Level 3 90 Credit Diploma in Business | Unit 2 Business Resources | Learner name | Assessor name | | Rasheed Adedokun, Michael Boadu | Date issued | Hand in deadline | Submitted on | 8.12.14 | 18.12.14 | | | | Assignment title | Business Resources ;- Assignment 2 | In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria.
Assignment brief – QCF BTEC Assignment front sheet Qualification Unit number and title BTEC National Diploma 33, The Impact of Communications Technology on Business Learner name Assessor name Constantin Orekan Date issued Hand in deadline Submitted on 02/07/2015 23/07/2015 Assignment No. & title Assignment 1 – Economic Development Unit. In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence
L3 Unit 33: The Impact of Communication Technology on Business Unit code: L/502/5485 QCF Level 3: BTEC National Credit value: 10 Date Set | March 2011 | Hand in date | June 2011 | Guided learning hours: 60 Learning Outcomes: 1. Know how the internet operates and the facilities available 2. Be able to use the internet and related technology for a range of business activities 3. Understand how organisations adapt to trends in the use of e-business 4. Understand the key features
income $9,125,000 BYP 1-2 Hershey’s net income $628,962; Tootsie Roll’s net income $43,938 BYP 1-7 Total assets $34,000 Chapter 2 Exer. No. 2-3 Total current assets $34,309. 2-4 Total current assets $2,908,320. 2-5 Total assets $212,720. 2-6 Total assets $12,119. 2-7 (a) 2014 earnings per share $1.01. 2-8 (a) Net loss $(2,500). (b) Total assets $51,480. 2-9 (a) Ending current ratio 2.01:1. 2-10 (b) Current ratio 2.0:1. 2-11 (b) 2014 Free cash flow
BTEC First Certificate in Business UNIT 18 Working in Business Teams Issued to students on ________________ P1 - Describe the characteristics of an effective team P2 - Describe, giving examples different types of team structures P3 – Explain the benefits of team working M1 - Assess the benefits of team working for the organisations and individual team member Task 1 Business Link is a national organisation that exists to help people when they are setting up and running their own business.
Assignment front sheet| Learner name| Assessor name| || Date issued|Completion date|Submitted on| ||| Qualification|Unit number and title| Level 2 BTEC Diploma/Certificate in Understanding Enterprise and Entrepreneurship|Unit 2 Creating a Vision for Your Business PlanSecond of two for this unit| || Assignment title|Planning an Idea Based on Your Vision| In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the