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## AMD 376 Week 1 notes

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Merchandising Planning, & Control
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Amy Dorie
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Date Created: 02/29/16
AMD 376: Merchandising, Planning, & Control  Decimals = aligned  Rounding – important  % -> fraction OR % -> decimal  Percentage Amount = Percent X Base  % Increase or Decrease = difference between two figures/previous figure o (This Year – Last Year)/Last Year = +% OR -%  Percent = Percentage Amount/Base  Base = Percentage Amount/Percent  EX: sales this week \$12,638 which was an 8.6% increase – what is the base (last weeks sales)? o 100%+8.6% = 108.6% o \$12,638/108.6% = \$11,637  State of the Economy – stagnant o Why: disposable income, confidence  State of Retail o Bloomberg Business – 50% of consumers still think we are in a recession, focused on day to day paycheck  Current Events impacting retail o Presidential Election o Global Warming – purchase warm or cold (temps reached balmy 70 degrees in NYC on Christmas Eve, change of one degree can affect sales of winter gear by 3% - 5%, retailers lost \$185 million in sales) o Stock Market – way down, how consumers feel about spending their money, instability in China o Gas Prices – low, we have more money for retail, \$175 billion consumer spending estimated (\$1.75 per gallon)  A customer bought the following items: 2 towels @ \$14.99 each, 4 wash cloths @ \$3.89 each, 6 wash cloths @ \$2.25 each, and 2 beach towels @ \$28.49 each. Accounting for sales tax of 7.2%, what was the total amount purchased? o 2 X 14.99 + 4 X 3.49 + 6 X 2.25 + 2 X 28.49 = \$116.02 o \$116.02 X 7.2% = ( )  25% of \$200 = (50)  50 = (0.91%) of \$5,500  \$12.50 = 40% of (\$31.25)  John’s sales for the week totaled \$9,271.43, a 6.5% increase over his sales the previous week. What were his previous week’s sales? o 100% + 6.5% = 106.5% o 9,271.43/1.065 = \$8,705.57  Last week, Linda’s commission check was \$84. If she earns a 12.5% commission on sales, what were her total sales? o Base = Percent Amount/Percent o \$84/0.125 = \$672  This year, Peg’s Boutique had sales of \$86,916 during the month of March. Last years’ sales were \$82,374. Calculate the percent increase. o \$86,916 - \$82,374/\$82,374 = ( )  Net Sales = \$ Profit/Profit %  Cost of Goods Sold ( )  Gross Margin = Net Sales – COGS or Profit + Expenses  Profit/(Loss) = Gross Margin – Expenses  Net Sales – Cost of Merchandise Sold = Gross Margin – Operating Expenses = Profit  Operating Profit = Net Sales – COGS – Expenses  EXAMPLE: Skeleton Net Sales: \$561,800 COGS: \$275,280 Gross Margin = \$561,800 – \$275,280 = \$286,520 Expenses: \$253,936 Profit = \$32,584 o Expense % = \$253,936/\$561,800 = 45.2% o Gross Margin % = \$286,520/\$561,800 = 51%  EXAMPLE: Last season, operating profit was \$5,000, which represented 2% of net sales. Find net sales. o \$5,000 / 2% = \$250,000  EXAMPLE: Determine the figures necessary to complete a skeleton profit and loss statement with the following figures: o Net Sales \$470,720 o Gross Margin 43.62% o Loss 2.30% Net Sales \$470,720 100% COGS (\$265,393) { Gross Margin (\$205,328) 43.62% Expenses (216,154) Loss (-\$10,826) 2.3%

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