1. Comprehensive budgeting
The balance sheet of Williams Company as of December 31, 20X8, follows.
December 31, 12X8
Finished goods (575 units x $7.00)
Direct materials (2,760 units x $0.50)
Plant & equipment
Less: Accumulated depreciation
Liabilities & Stockholders’ Equity
Accounts payable to suppliers
Total liabilities &. stockholders’ equity
The following information has been extracted from the firm’s accounting records:
1. All sales are made on account at $20 per unit. Sixty percent of the sales are collected in the month of sale; the remaining 40% are collected in the following month. Forecasted sales for the first five months of 20X9 are: January, 1,600 units,- February, 1,700 units; March, 1,900 units; April, 2,100 units; May, 2,200 units.
2. Management wants to maintain the finished goods inventory at 30% of the following month’s sales.
3. Williams uses four units of direct material in each finished unit. The direct material price has been stable and is expected to remain so over the next six months. Management wants to maintain the ending direct materials inventory at 60% of the following month’s production needs.
4. Seventy percent of all purchases are paid in the month of purchase; the remaining 30% are paid in the subsequent month.
5. Williams’ product requires 30 minutes of direct labor time. Each hour of direct labor costs $9.
a. Rounding computations to the nearest dollar, prepare the following for January through March:
1) Sales budget
2) Schedule of cash collections
3) Production budget
4) Direct material purchases budget
5) Schedule of cash disbursements for material purchases
6) Direct labor budget
b. Determine the balances in the following accounts as of March 31:
1) Accounts Receivable
2) Direct Materials
3) Accounts Payable