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Week 4 Cash Budget Homework Assignment


You are the owner of a shop in your local mall that sells shirts. You buy your shirts from wholesalers, mark them up and sell them to the public. Below is data on your business you have collected.


Annual Sales of your business 2,000,000
All sales are cash sales
Inventory Purchases made 60 days before sales made
Shirt price is 100 percent markup from wholesale price
(Wholesale price as percentage of sale price) = 50%
Sales for January next year 200,000
Sales for February next year 200,000
Monthly Rent 11,000
Staff Wages per month 25,000
Advertising per month 3,000
Phone per month 500
Utilities per month 800
Office Supplies per month 450
Insurance paid each 6 months 7,000
Insurance Payments in January and July
Property Taxes on Inventory and real property 15,000
Property taxes paid in November
Purchase Computers in March 150,000
Beginning Cash Balance January 1 10,000
Owners Draw Per Month 10,000
Interest Rate on Working Capital Loan 14% per year
Interest Compounded Annually on Working Capital Loan
Interest Paid on Outstanding Principal Balance each month
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Your annual sales are distributed through the 12 months (January through December) as follows: May, June, July, August are each 5 percent of annual sales. All other months are each 10 percent of annual sales.

There is an excel format example of the cash budget in the week 4 required section. This excel spreadsheet can be used as a general template for preparing your homework assignment. Remember that the example spreadsheet will have different data and timing of various cash flows.


1. Create a monthly cash budget that contains four separate sections (which are shown in the online lecture example and also in the excel spreadsheet example). The four sections are Key Assumptions, Cash Budget, Working Capital Loan, and Summary of cash flows. The four sections should be in the same order as shown in the excel example and in the online lecture. The cash budget should cover 12 months starting with January and ending in December. (10 points for setting up the four sections)

2. Create a 12-month cash budget with the four sections that does not include a working capital loan. Use the data and information provided above. Your working capital loan section will be blank or zero. (25 points)

3. Add a working capital loan of 50,000 dollars in June and repayment of the entire 50,000 dollar balance in October. Show all four sections of the cash budget with the working capital loan information included. (15 points)

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