Martin Clothing Company is a retail company that sells hiking and other outdoor gear specially made for the desert heat. It sells to individuals as well as local companies that coordinate adventuregetaways in the desert for tourists. The following information is available for several months of the current year:CashExpensesPaidMonthSalesPurchases$92,000 $123,000134,000132,00070,000 $88,000117,00075,000MayJune19,00025,00035,75032,900JulyAugustThe majority of Martin's sales (70 percent) are cash, but a few of the excursion companies purchase on credit. Of the credit sales, 35 percent are collected in the month of sale and 65 percent arecollected in the following month. All of Martin's purchases are on account with 45 percent paid in the month of purchase and 55 percent paid the following month.Required:1. Determine budgeted cash collections for July and August. (Round your intermediate calculations and final answers to nearest whole dollar.)JulyAugustBudgeted Cash Collections2. Determine budgeted cash payments for July and August.JulyAugustBudgeted Cash Payments

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Martin Clothing Company is a retail company that sells hiking and other outdoor gear specially made for the desert heat. It sells to individuals as well as local companies that coordinate adventure
getaways in the desert for tourists. The following information is available for several months of the current year:
Cash
Expenses
Paid
Month
Sales
Purchases
$
92,000 $
123,000
134,000
132,000
70,000 $
88,000
117,000
75,000
May
June
19,000
25,000
35,750
32,900
July
August
The majority of Martin's sales (70 percent) are cash, but a few of the excursion companies purchase on credit. Of the credit sales, 35 percent are collected in the month of sale and 65 percent are
collected in the following month. All of Martin's purchases are on account with 45 percent paid in the month of purchase and 55 percent paid the following month.
Required:
1. Determine budgeted cash collections for July and August. (Round your intermediate calculations and final answers to nearest whole dollar.)
July
August
Budgeted Cash Collections
2. Determine budgeted cash payments for July and August.
July
August
Budgeted Cash Payments
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Martin Clothing Company is a retail company that sells hiking and other outdoor gear specially made for the desert heat. It sells to individuals as well as local companies that coordinate adventure getaways in the desert for tourists. The following information is available for several months of the current year: Cash Expenses Paid Month Sales Purchases $ 92,000 $ 123,000 134,000 132,000 70,000 $ 88,000 117,000 75,000 May June 19,000 25,000 35,750 32,900 July August The majority of Martin's sales (70 percent) are cash, but a few of the excursion companies purchase on credit. Of the credit sales, 35 percent are collected in the month of sale and 65 percent are collected in the following month. All of Martin's purchases are on account with 45 percent paid in the month of purchase and 55 percent paid the following month. Required: 1. Determine budgeted cash collections for July and August. (Round your intermediate calculations and final answers to nearest whole dollar.) July August Budgeted Cash Collections 2. Determine budgeted cash payments for July and August. July August Budgeted Cash Payments

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Budgeted Cash Collection for July: 70% of July Sale ( 0.7 x 134,000) 35% of July Credit Sale (0.35 (0.3x134,000) ) 65% of June Credit Sale (0.65 ( 0.3x 123 000) ) Cash Sale $93,800 $14,070 $23,985 Collection of Credit Sale of July Collection of credit sale of June Total $131,855 Budgeted Cash Collection for August: 70% of August Sale ( 0.7 x 132,000) $92,400 $13,860 Cash Sale Collection of Credit Sale of August 35% of August Credit Sale ( 0.35 (0.3x132,000) ) 65% of July Credit Sale ( 0.65 (0.3 x123,000)) Collection of credit sale of July $23,985 $130,245 Total

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