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Chap Page 1 INTRODUCTION
A BASIC FORMULA
CONVENTIONAL BUDGETARY PROCEDURE
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accounts payable accounts receivable accumulated amount April March assumed balance sheet book value break-even chart break-even point budget-maker business cycle capital budget capital needs cash expenditures cash receipts cent of capacity chapter collected Column constructed cost per product current assets debits decline deliveries dissimilar products distance dollar dotted effect enterprise excess liquid assets expected scale February Figure 17 Figure 32 Figure 41 finished goods inventory fixed assets fixed expenditures fixed expenses forecast funds graph graphic budget hypothetical company illustrate increased initial sum initial working capital involving labor line of dashes line represents loss statement machine cost managerial decision manufacturing expense minus changes month monthly overhead payment plan of action problem procedure profit and loss Property taxes purchase quantity raw material recovered recovery replacement sales budget sales estimate sales volume scale of operation scale of output shown in Figure tion turnover period turnover rate units work-in work-in-process