TABLE 1           Sales         $47,000 Current assets of$ 5,100, Current liabilities      $6,200, &n Question: TABLE 1  Sales$47,000 Current assets of $5,100, Current liabilities$ 6,200, Cost           44,650 Net fixed assets of $51,500 Owners Equity 50, 400 Net Income 2,350 56,600 Owners Equ & Liab. 56,600 Sales are expected to increase by 3 percent next year. Net Income, that is, Net Profit Margin (NPM) is 5% of Sales. The firm has no long term debt and does not plan on acquiring any. The firm does not pay any dividends and all assets, short term liabilities, and costs vary directly with sales. 1. Base upon the above data in Table 1 the projected Total Asset will be] [Work Space] Circle A,B,C, or D A.$51,500

B. $58,298 C.$56,600

D. Other $____ 2. Based upon the above data how much additional financing (AFN) is required for next year? USE: (Current Total Assets/Current Sales) x Change in Sales – (Current Liabilities/Current Sales) x Change in Sales – [(NPM x Projected Sales) x (1- Dividend ratio)]. Note that, no dividend is paid. [Work space] Circle A, B, C, or D. A. -$ 912

B. -$723 C.$ 967

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