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13.The sustainable growth model gives managers a kind of shorthand projection that ties together __________ and __________.a.external funds required; strategic planb.growth objectives; strategic planc.growth objectives; cash receiptsd.growth objectives; financial needse.The cash budget; strategic planANS:D
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14.The key input required to build a cash budget is __________.
PTS:1REF:21.3OBJ:TYPE: fact retention15.Which of the following are common cash disbursements?
PTS:1REF:21.3OBJ:TYPE: fact retention16.Most pro forma statements begin with a sales forecast. One approach to deriving a sales forecast is the top-down approach. Top-down sales forecasts rely heavily on:
PTS:1REF:21.2OBJ:TYPE: fact retention17.A firm that employs an aggressive strategy to finance assets:a.will have enough long-term financing to cover both its permanent investment in fixed and current assets and the additional seasonal investments in current assetsb.will employ riskier borrowing techniques to finance its short-term assetsc.will finance a portion of long-term (permanent) growth in assets with short-term financingd.will finance long-term assets with long-term financing and short-term assets with short-term financinge.will necessarily have a lower rate of returnANS:C
PTS:1REF:21.3OBJ:TYPE: fact retention18.Bahia Industries had sales of $280,000 last month in March. The firm has projected sales of $240,000 in April, $220,000 in May and $225,000 in June. Bahia, on average, makes 70% of its sales on credit and 60% of its credit customers pay in the following month. Another 25% of credit sales is collected within 60 days, and 15% is never collected. What are Bahia’s cash collections in May?
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