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MQM 223

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Date Created: 03/27/16
Tuesday March 22, 2016 Chapter 13 Discussed donut shop that is going to open. Our concerns:  Traffic.   Competition.   Only donuts, really?  24 seats.   Volume is not there.  Accounting Worksheet.  ­ Balance sheet and income statement.  a. 356,428 – income statement: Sales Rev b. $6,000 –  c. $79,300 – BS: current assets d. $105,200 – IS: costs of goods sold e. $149,300 – BS: total assets f. $135,228 – BS: net income g. $85,300 – BS: Total owners’ equity (retained earnings) h. $70,000 – IS: total operating expenses i. $50,000 – BS: Long­term mortgage j. $79,000 – $14,000 = 5.66  a. If 2.0 or higher, then you are in great shape. So yes.  Book. Pg. 426  Inflows and Outflows of the business.  Good idea to look at Checking Account bank statements.  Book. Pg. 431  Breakeven.   Basic Breakeven formula: BE (in units) =  Fixed Costs    (Selling prince per unit –Variable cost per unit)  Budgetary Control Worksheet.  Chapter 14 Don’t pay your taxes because they are due.   Book. Pg.476 – pie chart Next week… we will learn more about how to get money, and where to get it.   Thursday March 24, 2016 No Class – Hybrid Day Assignment due on ReggieNet. Work on group projects. 


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