The Dowell Company produces and sells brooms

Given: The Dowell Company produces and sells brooms. Their present sales volume is 500Kpa., and each broom sells for 0.5$.

Required: If their fixed expenses are 80K$pa. And unit variable cost is 0.3$, calculate the following:

a) The total profit for the year, and the break-even point amount.

b) The new profit if both the fixed costs, and the sales volume increase by 10%,

c) Starting with the values in the given paragraph, what would the new break-even point quantity be, if there was a 10% increase in the selling price, and a 20K$ increase in fixed expenses.

FREE – Which of the following is an example of good internal control over cash

Which of the following is an example of good internal control over cash? Select one:

a. The accounts receivable clerk is responsible for the preparation of weekly bank reconciliations.

b. The accounts payable clerk is responsible for paying all accounts outstanding and can approve payment of accounts of less than $5,000.

c. The wages clerk is responsible for the preparation of wages and salaries payments. The wages are electronically transferred to employee’s bank accounts and are approved by the accountant.

d. The accountant is responsible for approving the purchase of all goods and services, and signs all cheques when payment is due.

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