(Answered) Various Financial Accouting Questions

See attachment;Problem 4-14 - Refer to problems at the end of the chapter for details and instructions;Use template to complete the problem;Bradley Corporation;COST FOR JULY, 201X Units Sold 13,000;Material $2 Price per Unit $16;Labor $4 Beginning Inventory 3,000;Overhead $2 Units Produced 12,000;$8 Cost July-Dec. $11;Solution;Sales Value of Ending Inventory;Cost of goods sold: Beginning Inventory;Old Inventory: FIFO Total Production;Quantity (Units) Total Inventory available for sale;Cost per Unit Cost of goods sold;Total Ending Inventory;New Inventory;Quantity (Units);Cost per unit;Total;Total Cost of Goods Sold;Gross Profit;Problem 4-17 - Refer to problems at the end of the chapter for details and instructions;Use template to complete the problem;Victoria's Apparel;Credit Sales;September $50,000 Sales Collected in month of sales 20%;Fourth Quarter Sales Collected the following month 70%;October $40,000 Sales never collected 10%;November $35,000;December $60,000;Solution;September October November December;Credit Sales;20% collected;70% collected;Total Collected;Problem 4-27 - Refer to problems at the end of the chapter for details and instructions;Use template to complete the problem;Owen's Electronics;Sales 100,000,000 Balance Sheet (in $ millions);Profit Margin 7% Cash 2 Accounts payable 15;Dividend Payout Ratio 40% Accounts Receivable 20 Accrued wages 2;Sales- increase next year 10% Inventory 23 Accrued taxes 8;100 Current Assets 45 Current Liabilities 25;110,000,000 Fixed Assets 40 Notes Payable 10;Common stock 15;Retained Earnings 35;Total liabilities;Total assets 85 Stockholders' equity 85;Solution;Change in sales;Required New funds;RNF;Problem 5-8 - Refer to problems at the end of the chapter for details and instructions;Use template to complete the problem;Air Purifier, Inc.;Fixed Costs $2,400,000;% of Depreciation value 15%;Depreciation $360,000;Contribution Margin $30.00;Solution;Cash Related Fixed Costs =;Cash Breakeven =;Problem 5-11 - Refer to problems at the end of the chapter for details and instructions;Use template to complete the problem;Harding Company Solution;Number of units = Q 10,000 a) DOL =;Sales Price per Unit = P $50;Variable Costs per Unit = VC $20;Fixed Costs = FC $150,000 b) DFL =;Interest Expense = I $60,000;Taxes 40%;Harding Company c) DCL =;Income Statement;For the Year Ended Dec. 31, 201X;Sales (10,000 tires @ $50 each) $500,000 d) BE =;Variable costs (10,000 tires @ $20) ($200,000);Fixed Costs ($150,000);EBIT $150,000;Interest Expense ($60,000);EBT $90,000;Income Taxes @ 30% ($36,000);EAT $54,000;Problem 5-15 - Refer to problems at the end of the chapter for details and instructions;Use template to complete the problem;U.S Steal Income Statement Data;Units Sold Total VC Fixed Costs Total Costs Total Revenue Operating Income;40,000 $80,000 $50,000 $130,000 $160,000 $30,000;60,000 $120,000 $50,000 $170,000 $240,000 $70,000;Solution;a);DOL =;b) Q =;P =;VC =;DOL =;Attachments;problems.xlsx
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