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1. Toys Galore is concerned about the impact of the economy on its cash collections and wants to make sure it
will have enough cash on hand to purchase inventory for Christmas sales. Its owner made the following sales
estimates for the months leading up to its Christmas rush.
Based on past experience and current economic trends, Toys Galore expects only 40% of its sales to be cash
sales. The rest will be credit sales. Collections of credit sales are estimated to occur as follows.
• 0% collected in the month of sale
• 68% collected in the month after sale
• 22% collected two months after sale
• 10% uncollectible
Compute the amount of cash that Toys Galore expects to collect from customers in November.
November cash sales
Nov. credit sales collected in Nov.
Oct. credit sales collected in Nov.
Sept. credit sales collected in Nov.
Total cash collected from customers in November $70,000
$137,680 2. Toys Galore sells Wii game consoles and other popular toys. It made the following estimates about Wii sales.
Because customers will buy the consoles elsewhere if Toys Galore does not have them in stock,
management’s target beginning inventory is 80% of budgeted sales for the month.
Toys Galore purchases the Wii consoles for $125 each and marks them up 60%, selling them for $200 each.
Toys Galore must pay for the consoles at time of purchase.
Compute the number of Wii consoles that Toys Galore must purchase in November and the amount of cash it
will need to purchase them.
Units needed for Nov. sales
Units needed for Dec. beginning inventory
Units on hand at beginning of November
Units needed to be purchased
Cost per unit
Total cash needed to purchase units in November 50
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