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.doc#_edn1" title="">[i]. Which of the following statements is most correct?

a. A firm that makes 90 percent of its sales on credit and 10 percent for cash is growing at a rate of 10 percent annually. If the firm maintains stable growth it will also be able to maintain its accounts receivable at its current level, since the 10 percent cash sales can be used to manage the 10 percent growth rate.

b. In managing a firm’s accounts receivable it is possible to increase credit sales per day yet still keep accounts receivable fairly steady if the firm can shorten the length of its collection period.

c. If a firm has a large percentage of accounts over 30 days old, it is a sign that the firm’s receivables management needs to be reviewed and improved.

d. Since receivables and payables both result from sales transactions, a firm with a high receivables-to-sales ratio should also have a high payables-to-sales ratio.

e. None of the statements above is correct.

.doc#_edn2" title="">[ii]. Which of the following statements is most correct?

a. If credit sales as a percentage of a firm’s total sales increases, and the volume of credit sales also increases, then the firm’s accounts receivable will automatically increase.

b. It is possible for a firm to overstate profits by offering very lenient credit terms that encourage additional sales to financially “weak” firms. A major disadvantage of such a policy is that it is likely to increase uncollectible accounts.

c. A firm with excess production capacity and relatively low variable costs would not be inclined to extend more liberal credit terms to its customers than a firm with similar costs that is operating close to capacity.

d. Firms use seasonal dating primarily to decrease their DSO.

e. Seasonal dating with terms 2/15, net 30 days, with April 1 dating, means that if the original sale took place on February 1st, the customer can take the discount up until March 15th, but must pay the net invoice amount by April 1st.

.doc#_edn3" title="">[iii]. Which of the following statements is most correct?

a. If a firm’s volume of credit sales declines then its DSO will also decline.

b. If a firm changes its credit terms from 1/20, net 40 days, to 2/10, net 60 days, the impact on sales can’t be determined because the increase in the discount is offset by the longer net terms, which tends to reduce sales.

c. The DSO of a firm with seasonal sales can vary. While the sales per day figure is usually based on the total annual sales, the accounts receivable balance will be high or low depending on the season.

d. An aging schedule is used to determine what portion of customers pay cash and what portion buy on credit.

e. Aging schedules can be constructed from the summary data provided in the firm’s financial statements.


.doc#_edn4" title="">[iv]. Which of the following statements is most correct?

a. Other things held constant, the higher a firm’s days sales outstanding (DSO), the better its credit department.

b. If a firm that sells on terms of net 30 changes its policy and begins offering all customers terms of 2/10, net 30, and if no change in sales volume occurs, then the firm’s DSO will probably increase.

c. If a firm sells on terms of 2/10, net 30, and its DSO is 30 days, then its aging schedule would probably show some past due accounts.

d. Statements a and c are correct.

e. None of the statements above is correct.

.doc#_edn5" title="">[v]. Which of the following statements is incorrect about working capital policy?

a. A company may hold a relatively large amount of cash if it anticipates uncertain sales levels in the coming year.

b. Credit policy has an impact on working capital since it has the potential to influence sales levels and the speed with which cash is collected.

c. The cash budget is useful in determining future financing needs.

d. Holding minimal levels of inventory can reduce inventory carrying costs and cannot lead to any adverse effects on profitability.

e. Managing working capital levels is important to the financial staff since it influences financing decisions and overall profitability of the firm.

.doc#_edn6" title="">[vi]. Which of the following statements is most correct?

a. Depreciation is included in the estimate of cash flows (Cash flow = Net income + Depreciation), so depreciation is set forth on a separate line in the cash budget.

b. If cash inflows and cash outflows occur on a regular basis, such as the situation where inflows from collections occur in equal amounts each day and most payments are made regularly on the 10th of each month, then it is not necessary to use a daily cash budget. A cash budget prepared at the end of the month will suffice.

c. Lockboxes are more important for fast food retailers such as McDonald’s, which deal primarily with cash, than for manufacturers such as Xerox, which are generally paid by check.

d. Statements b and c are correct.

e. None of the statements above is correct.

Multiple Choice: Problems


.doc#_edn7" title="">[vii]. The Danser Company expects to have sales of $30,000 in January, $33,000 in February, and $38,000 in March. If 20 percent of sales are for cash, 40 percent are credit sales paid in the month following the sale, and 40 percent are credit sales paid 2 months following the sale, what are the cash receipts from sales in March?

a. $55,000

b. $47,400

c. $38,000

d. $32,800

e. $30,000

.doc#_edn8" title="">[viii]. Jumpdisk Company writes checks averaging $15,000 a day, and it takes five days for these checks to clear. The firm also receives checks in the amount of $17,000 per day, but the firm loses three days while its receipts are being deposited and cleared. What is the firm’s net float in dollars?

a. $126,000

b. $ 75,000

c. $ 32,000

d. $ 24,000

e. $ 16,000

.doc#_edn9" title="">[ix]. If Hot Tubs Inc. had sales of $2,027,773 per year (all credit) and its days sales outstanding was equal to 35 days, what was its average amount of accounts receivable outstanding? (Assume a 365-day year.)

a. $194,444

b. $ 57,143

c. $ 5,556

d. $ 97,222

e. $212,541

.doc#_edn10" title="">[x]. A firm has $5,000,000 of inventory on average and annual sales of $30,000,000. Assume there are 365 days per year. What is the firm’s inventory conversion period?

a. 30.25 days

b. 60.83 days

c. 45.00 days

d. 72.44 days

e. 55.25 days

.doc#_edn11" title="">[xi]. Ammer Products has an average accounts payable balance of $850,000 and its annual cost of goods sold is $8,750,000. Assume there are 365 days per year. What is Ammer’s payables deferral period?

a. 25.50 days

b. 30.50 days

c. 35.46 days

d. 42.33 days

e. 50.00 days

.doc#_edn12" title="">[xii]. Spartan Sporting Goods has $5 million in inventory and $2 million in accounts receivable. Its average daily sales are $100,000. The company’s payables deferral period (accounts payable divided by daily purchases) is 30 days. What is the length of the company’s cash conversion cycle?

a. 100 days

b. 60 days

c. 50 days

d. 40 days

e. 33 days

.doc#_edn13" title="">[xiii]. For the Cook County Company, the average age of accounts receivable is 60 days, the average age of accounts payable is 45 days, and the average age of inventory is 72 days. Assuming a 365-day year, what is the length of the firm’s cash conversion cycle?

a. 87 days

b. 90 days

c. 65 days

d. 48 days

e. 66 days

.doc#_edn14" title="">[xiv]. Bowa Construction’s days sales outstanding is 50 days (on a 365-day basis). The company’s accounts receivable equal $100 million and its balance sheet shows inventory equal to $125 million. What is the company’s inventory turnover ratio?

a. 5.84

b. 4.25

c. 3.33

d. 2.75

e. 7.25


.doc#_edn15" title="">[xv]. Chadmark Corporation’s budgeted monthly sales are $3,000. Forty percent of its customers pay in the first month and take the 2 percent discount. The remaining 60 percent pay in the month following the sale and don’t receive a discount. Chadmark’s bad debts are very small and are excluded from this analysis. Purchases for next month’s sales are constant each month at $1,500. Other payments for wages, rent, and taxes are constant at $700 per month. Construct a single month’s cash budget with the information given. What is the average cash gain or (loss) during a typical month for Chadmark Corporation?

a. $2,600

b. $ 800

c. $ 776

d. $ 740

e. $ 728

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Tutorial Preview …d x 97,222 x $212,541 Answer: x [x] A xxxx has xxxxxxxxxx xx inventory xx average and xxxxxx sales of xxxxxxxxxxx Assume xxxxx xxx 365 xxxx per year xxxx is the xxxxxxxx inventory xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx a xx 25 days x 60 83 xxxx c xx xx days x 72 44 xxxx e 55 xx days xxxxxxx x [xi] xxxxx Products has xx average accounts xxxxxxx balance xx xxxxxxxx and xxx annual cost xx goods sold xx $8,750,000 xxxxxx xxxxx are xxx days per xxxx What is xxxxxxxxx payables xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx a xx 50 days x 30 50 xxxx c xx xx days x 42 33 xxxx e 50 xx days xxxxxxx x [xii] xxxxxxx Sporting Goods xxx $5 million xx inventory xxx xx million xx accounts receivable xxx average daily xxxxx are xxxxxxxx xxx company’s xxxxxxxx deferral period xxxxxxxxx payable divided xx daily xxxxxxxxxx xx 30 xxxx What is xxx length of xxx company’s xxxx xxxxxxxxxx cycle? x 100 days x 60 days x 50 xxxx x 40 xxxx e 33 xxxx Answer: a xxxxxx For xxx xxxx County xxxxxxxx the average xxx of accounts xxxxxxxxxx is xx xxxxx the xxxxxxx age of xxxxxxxx payable is xx days, xxx xxx average xxx of inventory xx 72 days xxxxxxxx a xxxxxxx xxxxx what xx the length xx the firm’s xxxx conversion xxxxxx x 87 xxxx b 90 xxxx c 65 xxxx d xx xxxx e xx days Answer: x [xiv] Bowa xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx days xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx is xx days (on x 365-day basis) xxx company’s xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx equal xxxx million and xxx balance sheet xxxxx inventory xxxxx xx $125 xxxxxxx What is xxx company’s inventory xxxxxxxx ratio? x x 84 x 4 25 x 3 33 x 2 xx x 7 xx Medium: Answer: x [xv] Chadmark xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx budgeted xxxxxxx xxxxx are xxxxxx Forty percent xx its customers xxx in xxx xxxxx month xxx take the x percent discount xxx remaining xx xxxxxxx pay xx the month xxxxxxxxx the sale xxx don’t xxxxxxx x discount xxxxxxxxxxxx bad debts xxx very small xxx are xxxxxxxx xxxx this xxxxxxxx Purchases for xxxx month’s sales xxx constant xxxx xxxxx at xxxxxx Other payments xxx wages, rent, xxx taxes xxx xxxxxxxx at xxxx per month xxxxxxxxx a single…
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Preview: prepared xx the xxx of the xxxxx will suffice x Lockboxes xxx xxxx important xxx fast food xxxxxxxxx such as xxxxxxxxxxxxx which xxxx xxxxxxxxx with xxxxx than for xxxxxxxxxxxxx such as xxxxxx which xxx xxxxxxxxx paid xx check d xxxxxxxxxx b and x are xxxxxxx x None xx the statements xxxxx is correct xxxxxxxx Choice: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx x The xxxxxx Company expects xx have sales xx $30,000 xx xxxxxxxx $33,000 xx February, and xxxxxxx in March xx 20 xxxxxxx xx sales xxx for cash, xx percent are xxxxxx sales xxxx xx the xxxxx following the xxxxx and 40 xxxxxxx are xxxxxx xxxxx paid x months following xxx sale, what xxx the xxxx xxxxxxxx from xxxxx in March?a xxxxxxxx $47,400c $38,000d xxxxxxxx $30,000Answer: x xxxxxxxx Company xxxxxx checks averaging xxxxxxx a day, xxx it xxxxx xxxx days xxx these checks xx clear The xxxx also xxxxxxxx xxxxxx in xxx amount of xxxxxxx per day, xxx the xxxx xxxxx three xxxx while its xxxxxxxx are being xxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxx xxxx is xxx firm’s net xxxxx in dollars?a xxxxxxxxx $ xxxxxxx x 32,000d x 24,000e $ xxxxxxxxxxxxx a If xxx Tubs xxx xxx sales xx $2,027,773 per xxxx (all credit) xxx its xxxx xxxxx outstanding xxx equal to xx days, what xxx its xxxxxxx xxxxxx of xxxxxxxx receivable outstanding? xxxxxxx a 365-day xxxx )a xxxxxxxxx x 57,143c x 5,556d $ xxxxxxx $212,541Answer: b x firm xxx xxxxxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxx on average xxx annual sales xx $30,000,000 xxxxxx xxxxx are xxx days per xxxx What is xxx firm’s xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx period?a xx 25 daysb xx 83 daysc xx 00 xxxxx xx 44 xxxxx 55 25 xxxxxxxxxxx c Ammer xxxxxxxx has xx xxxxxxx accounts xxxxxxx balance of xxxxxxxx and its.....
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