Ch. 13 Demonstration Brief Exercise and Exercise solutions

Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making

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BRIEF EXERCISE 13-4 Horizontal analysis: Increase or (Decrease) Dec. 31, 2007 Dec. 31, 2006 Amount Percentag e * Accounts receivable Inventory Total assets $ 520,000 $ 780,000 $3,220,000 $ 400,000 $ 600,000 $2,800,000 $120,00 0 $180,00 0 $420,00 0 30% 30% 15% * $120,000 $400,000 = .30 $180,000 $600,000 = .30 $420,000 $2,800,000 = .15 BRIEF EXERCISE 13-12 (a) Inventory turnover ratio = Cost of goods sold Average inventory 2007 2006 $4,590,000* $970,000 + $1,020,000 2 = 4.6 times $4,528,000** $837,000 + $970,000 2 = 5.0 times Beginning inventory Purchases Goods available for sale Ending inventory Cost of goods sold $ 970,000 4,640,000 5,610,000 1,020,000 $4,590,000 * $ 837,000 4,661,000 5,498,000 970,000 $4,528,000 **
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(b) Days in inventory 365 4.6 = 79.3 days 365 5.0 = 73 days Management should be concerned with the fact that inventory moved slower in 2007 than it did in 2006. The decrease in the inventory turnover ratio could be because of poor pricing decisions or because the company is stuck
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