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(Answered) Working capital for Apex Printing


"Mary sees you pass by her office the next day and waves you in to talk.;Good morning,"" she says. ""I need you to write some content for a report I'm preparing. I could do it myself, but I can't get to it before I have to leave town on business. This piece of the report is fairly straightforward. Given your expertise, I think you'll do a good job with it.;Sure,"" you say. ""Whatever I can do to help.;Okay, good,"" she says. ""This report is for potential investors. The section I want you to write is about working capital. I'd like you to explain what working capital is and provide an equation that can be used to compute it. Then follow that up by computing the working capital for Apex, using the same balance sheets you have for the PowerPoint presentation you're working on. Make sure to describe the trend.;I think I understand what you want,"" you say. ""It will be important to show whether the trend is improving, deteriorating, or moderating. Obviously, we want to demonstrate our need for external capital. However, another objective is to make the investor aware of the components of working capital, and how the components have changed over the last 2 years. Right?;Exactly,"" she says. ""Let me know if you have any questions.;For this discussion, complete the following based on your conversation with Mary;Explain what working capital is.;Provide an equation that can be used to compute it.;Follow that up by computing the working capital for Apex, using these balance sheets.;Apex Printing;Balance Sheets;As of December 31, 2013 and 2012;000$ 000$;Assets 2013 2012;Cash 6,000 5,700;Accounts Receivable 2,350 2,300;Inventory 12,100 6,500;Total Current Assets 20,450 14,500;Land 25,000 20,000;Building & Equipment 300,000 300,000;Less: Accumulated Depreciation - Building & Equipment (187,850) (160,000);Total Long Term Assets 137,150 160,000;Total Assets 157,600 174,500;Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity;Accounts Payable 4,600 3,500;Salaries Payable 0 2,100;Interest Payable 1,500 0;Short Term Notes Payable 12,000 0;Taxes Payable 0 5,600;Total Current Liabilities 18,100 11,200;Mortgate Payable 54,950 100,000;Total Long Term Liabilities 54,950 100,000;Common Stock 60,000 60,000;Retained Earnings 24,550 3,300;Total Stockholders' Equity 84,550 63,300;Total Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity 157,600 174,500;Apex Printing;Income Statements;For the Periods Ended December 31, 2013 and 2012 000 $ 000$;2013 2012;Revenue: 450,000 475,000;Less: Cost of Goods Sold (324,300) (374,500);Less: Depreciation Expense (27,850) (26,000);Gross Margin 97,850 74,500;Selling, General & Administrative Expenses (29,100) (32,000);Income Before Interest & Taxes 68,750 42,500;Interest Expense (7,500) (6,000);Income Before Taxes 61,250 36,500;Income Taxes (35,000) (30,000);Net Income 26,250 6,500;Apex Printing;Statement of Cash Flows;For the Period Ended December 31, 2013;000$;Cash Flows from Operating Activities;Net Income 26,250;Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by;operating activities;Depreciation Expense 27,850;Increase in accounts receivable (50);Increase in inventory (5,600);Decrease in salaries payable (2,100);Increase in interest payable 1,500;Decrease in taxes payable (5,600);Increase in Short Term notes Payable 12,000;Increase in accounts payable 1,100;Net Cash Flow from Operating Activities;55,350;Cash Flows from Investing Activities;Cash paid to purchase land (5,000);Net Cash Flow from Investing Activities;(5,000);Cash Flows From Financing Activities;Cash paid for mortgage (45,050);Cash paid for dividends (5,000);Net Cash Flow from Financing Activities;(50,050);Net Increase in Cash;300;Plus: Cash Balance at December 31, 2012;5,700;Cash Balance at December 31, 2013;6,000"
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