Calculate the dollar amount of sales revenue expected in each month (i.e. January February and March) and for the first quarter of the year.

Prepare a cost of goods sold schedule for each of the three months and for the first quarter of the year. Using your cost of goods sold estimates and the sales revenues expected in Part A calculate the gross earnings for January February and March as well as for the first quarter of the year.

 

Entrepreneurial Finance

[Internal Operating Schedules] Assume you have developed and tested a prototype electronic product and are about to start your new business. You purchase preprogrammed computer chips at $70 per unit. Other component costs include plastic casings at $15 per unit and assembly hardware at $5 per unit. Direct labor costs are $15 per hour and three units can be produced per hour. You intend to sell each unit at a 50 percent markup over the total costs of producing each unit. The plan is to produce 500 product units per month in January February and March. Sales are expected to be 200 units in January 400 units in February and 800 units in March.

  1. Calculate the dollar amount of sales revenue expected in each month (i.e. January February and March) and for the first quarter of the year.
  2. Prepare a cost of production schedule for January February and March.
  3. Prepare a cost of goods sold schedule for each of the three months and for the first quarter of the year. Using your cost of goods sold estimates and the sales revenues expected in Part A calculate the gross earnings for January February and March as well as for the first quarter of the year.
  4. Prepare an inventories schedule for January February and March.

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