The Road Kill Restaurant has the following current account values for the year. These accounts represent a net _____ of cash for the year in the amount of _____.
Garnishes, Inc. has sales for the year of $46,300 and cost of goods sold of $21,700. The firm carries an average inventory of $4,800 and has an average accounts payable balance of $4,400. What is the inventory period?
Middleton’s has sales for the year of $311,400, cost of goods sold equal to 74 percent of sales, and an average inventory of $42,800. The profit margin is 6 percent and the tax rate is 34 percent. How many days on average does it take the firm to sell an inventory item?
The local toy store has to restock a popular video game every 4 days as it completely sells out in that period of time. What is the inventory turnover rate for this game?
Jenny’s has annual sales of $367,200 and cost of goods sold of $198,600. The average accounts receivable balance is $16,400. How many days on average does it take the firm to collect its accounts receivable?
The Hot Truck operates several specialty vehicles that provide hot food and beverages for firms that have workers employed in outlying regions. The company has annual sales of $337,600. Cost of goods sold average 48 percent of sales and the profit margin is 5.2 percent. The average accounts receivable balance is $44,700. On average, how long does it take The Hot Truck to collect payment for its services?
The accounts receivable turnover rate for Kitlinger’s Men’s Wear has gone from an average of 10.6 times to 10.1 times per year. How has this change affected the firm’s accounts receivable period?
Pennington’s has annual sales of $1.46 million. The cost of goods sold is equal to 78 percent of sales. The firm has an average accounts receivable balance of $148,900 and an average accounts payable balance of $163,500. How many days on average does it take the firm to pay its suppliers?
Brown’s Furniture Outlet has an accounts receivable period of 42 days and an accounts payable period of 96 days. The company turns over its inventory 2.8 times per year and marks up the inventory an average of 45 percent over its wholesale cost. What is the length of the firm’s operating cycle?
Carter’s currently has a 187 day operating cycle. The company is concentrating on increasing its inventory turnover rate from 8.4 to 9.5 times. What will the firm’s new operating cycle be if it can effectively make this change?
On May 11, you purchased $3,700 of merchandise from a supplier. The terms of the sale were 1/5, net 15. The discounted amount due is _____ which is payable no later than _____.
On April 14, Brewster’s purchased $9,800 worth of inventory. The terms of sale were 2/10, net 30. The implicit interest is ____ and the annual percentage rate (APR) is____.
Stan Lee’s sells 4,300 carpets a year at an average price per carpet of $1,490. The carrying cost per unit is $21.63. The company orders 500 carpets at a time and has a fixed order cost of $69 per order. The carpets are sold out before they are restocked. What is the economic order quantity?
Fischer’s Furniture sells 2,400 sofas a year at an average price per sofa of $1,250. The carrying cost per unit is $11.60. The company orders 80 sofas at a time and has a fixed order cost of $52 per order. The sofas are sold out before they are restocked. What is the economic order quantity?
Each year you sell 950 units of a product at a price of $899 each. The variable cost per unit is $575 and the carrying cost per unit is $16.90. You have been buying 100 units at a time. Your fixed cost of ordering is $60. The total annual carrying cost is _______ and the total restocking cost is _______.