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Horngren'S Financial And Managerial Accounting
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Short Answer

Preparing a financial budget—budgeted income statement and balance sheet

Buncomb Company has the following post-closing trial balance on December 31, 2018:

The company’s accounting department has gathered the following budgeting information for the first quarter of 2019:

Budgeted total sales, all on account $ 121,700 Budgeted purchases of merchandise inventory,

all on account 61,200 Budgeted cost of goods sold 60,850 Budgeted selling and administrative expenses: Commissions expense 6,085 Salaries expense 3,000 Rent expense 4,100 Depreciation expense 900 Insurance expense 300 Budgeted cash receipts from customers 126,450 Budgeted cash payments for merchandise inventory 67,925 Budgeted cash payments for salaries and commissions 14,836 Budgeted income tax expense 4,700 Additional information:

Rent and income tax expenses are paid as incurred. Insurance expense is an expiration of the prepaid amount.


  1. Prepare a budgeted income statement for the quarter ended March 31, 2019.
  2. 2. Prepare a budgeted balance sheet as of March 31, 2019.

  1. The net income is $41,415.
  2. Total of balance sheet is $97,890
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Step by Step Solution

Step 1: Preparation of Income statement


Income Statement

For the quarter ended March 31, 2019

March Quarter

Net sales revenue


Cost of goods sold


Gross profit


Selling and administrative expenses


Operating income


Income tax


Net income


Step 2: Preparation of Balance sheet


Budgeted Balance Sheet

For the quarter ended March 31, 2019


Current Assets:



Accounts Receivables


Raw material inventory


Prepaid insurance


Total current assets

Property, plant, and equipment



Less: Accumulated depreciation



Total Assets



Current Liabilities:

Accounts payable


Stockholder’s Equity

Common stock, no par


Retained earnings


Total stockholder’s equity


Total liabilities and stockholder’s equity


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: Completing a comprehensive budgeting problem—merchandising company

Belton Printing Company of Baltimore has applied for a loan. Its bank has requested a budgeted income statement for the month of April 2018 and a balance sheet at April 30, 2018. The March 31, 2018, balance sheet follows:

As Belton Printing’s controller, you have assembled the following additional information:

a. April dividends of $7,000 were declared and paid.

b. April capital expenditures of $17,000 budgeted for cash purchase of equipment.

c. April depreciation expense, $800.

d. Cost of goods sold, 55% of sales.

e. Desired ending inventory for April is $24,800.

f. April selling and administrative expenses includes salaries of $29,000, 20% of which will be paid in cash and the remainder paid next month.

g. Additional April selling and administrative expenses also include miscellaneous expenses of 10% of sales, all paid in April.

h. April budgeted sales, $86,000, 80% collected in April and 20% in May.

i. April cash payments of March 31 liabilities incurred for March purchases of inventory, $8,300.

j. April purchases of inventory, $22,900 for cash and $37,200 on account. Half the credit purchases will be paid in April and half in May


1. Prepare the sales budget for April.

2. Prepare the inventory, purchases, and cost of goods sold budget for April.

3. Prepare the selling and administrative expense budget for April.

4. Prepare the schedule of cash receipts from customers for April.

5. Prepare the schedule of cash payments for selling and administrative expenses for April.

6. Prepare the cash budget for April. Assume the company does not use short-term financing to maintain a minimum cash balance.

7. Prepare the budgeted income statement for April.

8. Prepare the budgeted balance sheet at April 30, 2018.


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