Beckett Pumps is a manufacturer of commercial and heavy industrial Pumps. The firm’s two product lines are called Directlift and Gravity. The primary raw materials are flexible steel sheet, and 23cm x 60cm of plastic sheets. Each Directlift pump requires a 2/3 of a metre and a Gravity pump requires a one metre of steel sheet. Allowing for normal breakage, the company can cut either enough to make four Directlifts or two Gravity pumps from a single plastic sheet. Other raw materials are costly and treated as indirect materials. Jo Smith Beckett Pump’s accountant has gathered the following information in preparation for the company’s annual budget for the next year.   Sales in the fourth quarter of the current year are…

Question 1 Clear Ltd bottles and distributes mineral water from the company’s natural springs. The company markets two products: 1-litre disposable plastic bottles and 15 litre reusable plastic containers. Required For 2019, Clear Ltd’s marketing manager forecasted monthly sales of 320,000 1-litre bottles and 80,000 15-litre containers. Average selling prices are estimated at $0.20 per 1-litre bottle and $1.20 per 15 litres container. Prepare a revenues budget for Clear Ltd for the year ending 31 December 2019. Clear Ltd begins 2019 with 720,000 1-litre bottles in inventory. The manager of operations requests that 1-litre bottles ending inventory on 31 December 2019 be no less than 480,000 bottles. Based on sales projections as budgeted in requirement ‘a’ above, what is the minimum…

Question 1 Topic 2: Presentation of financial statements    You are the assistant accounting of One Beauty Ltd, a company specializes in distributing beauty products imported from Korea to beauty salons in Riverina regions. The trial balance of the company for the year ended 30 June 2019 includes the following accounts:   Debit Credit $ $ Sales revenue 1,106,000 Interest revenue 8,000 Cost of sales 524,000 Impairment loss – goodwill 5,000 Amortization expense – patent 18,000 Gains from sales of motor vehicles 10,000 Depreciation – motor vehicles 68,000 Doubtful debts expense 11,000 Interest expense 21,000 Office expense 85,000 Rental expense 17,000 Salaries 187,000 Selling expense 68,000 Miscellaneous expense 28,000 Proceeds from insurance claims 20,000 Income tax expense 39,000 Cash on hand…

NewCat Ltd, a manufacturer and retailer for pet products, commenced operations on 1 July, 2018 by issuing 100 000 $2.00 shares, payable in full on application. There were no share issue costs. For the year ending 30 June 2019, the company recorded the following aggregate transactions:   $'000 Sales 4 265 Cost of sales 1 800 Other income 723 Administration charges 285 Selling and distribution expenses 130 Employee entitlement expenses — (selling) 95 Wages and salaries — (selling) 212 Wages and salaries — (admin) 210 Doubtful debts expense 120 Depreciation expense -to be calculated   Interest expense 160 Other borrowing expense 20 Income tax expense 120   The following additional information was noted during the preparation of financial statements for the…

Paul services Trial Balance As At 30 June 2016 Account No Account Name Debit Credit 101 Cash at Bank 86840.00 105 Accounts Receivable 28950.00 115 Supplies 1870.00 120 Prepaid Insurance 3740.00 135 Office Furniture 46800.00 137 Acc. Depreciation. - Furniture 0.00 140 Office Equipment 93600.00 141 Acc. Depreciation - Equipment 0.00 145 Store Equipment 140400.00 146 Acc. Depreciation - Equipment 0.00 170 Automobile 187200.00 171 Acc. Depreciation - Automobile 0.00 201 Accounts Payable 57900.00 201 Interest Payable 86850.00 201 Unearned revenue 23400.00 201 Loan Payable 9360.00 201 Mortgage Payable 187200.00 201 Paul's Capital 53857.00 201 Paul's Drawings 187.00 201  Revenue 187000.00 201 Advertising Expense 1700.00 201 Automobile Expense 5775.00 201 Depreciation Expense - Furniture 0.00 201 Depreciation Expense - Equipment 0.00…

Financial statements, analysing business transactions and financial statement analysis Jessica Smith started a new sole trader business called Tech Solutions on 1 January 2019. The business provides telecommunication services to start-up businesses who want to enhance their network and customer reach. Jessica has asked her accountant, Megan Brown, to complete financial statements and write a business report on the financial health of Tech Solutions in its first year of operation. Next Step has the following account balances as at 31 May 2019; Cash  $94,600 Accounts receivable $22,500 Fixtures and Fittings $30,000 Communication Server $55,000 Accounts payable $17,800 Bank Loan $25,000 Capital $106,000 Income $79,200 Expenses ($25,900)   The following transactions occurred in the last month of the financial year- June 2019.…

Question 1 The accounting profit before tax of Baby Shark Ltd for the year ended 30 June 2019 was $92,550. It included the following revenue and expense items: Accounting fees $5,500 Amortisation of development costs 15,000 Carrying amount of plant sold 30,000 Depreciation expense – equipment 5,500 Depreciation expense – plant 24,000 Doubtful debts expense 8,100 Employee expense 15,400 Entertainment expense 13,200 Goodwill impairment 2,000 Government grant (exempt income) 2,200 Insurance expense 12,900 Proceeds from insurance claim for loss of profits 41,200 Proceeds from sale of plant 33,000 Warranty expense 1,500     The draft statement of financial position as at 30 June 2019 included the following assets and liabilities:   2019 2018 Assets Cash $15,500 $17,500 Trade receivable 35,000 40,500…

Topic: Consolidation worksheet, consolidated financial statements   Task Details: Griffin Ltd is a major Australian company operating in the manufacture of women’s clothing. One of its major competitors is Frank Ltd whose business was established by a French family over 30 years ago. It has won numerous awards for its designs and has established a number of brands that have been successful, especially with the teenage market. In order to expand its business as well as to reduce the number of players in the market, on 1 July 2016 Griffin Ltd acquired all the issued shares (cum div.) of Frank Ltd for $330 000. At this date the equity of   Frank Ltd was as follows: Share capital $200 000 General…

Assume that a firm has prepared the following cost estimates for the manufacture of a sub assembly component based on an annual production of 8,000 units. Direct materials: Per unit: $5 Total: $40,000 Direct labor: Per unit: $4 Total: $32,000 Variable factory overhead applied: $4 Total $32,000 Fixed factory over head applied (150% of direct labor cost) Per unit: $6 Total: $48,000 Total cost: Per unit: $19 Total: $152,000 The supplier has offered to provide the subassembly at a price of $16 each. Two-thirds of fixed factory overhead, which represents executive salaries, rent, depreciation, and taxes, continue regardless of the decision. Should the company buy or make the product?