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For August, Island Traders, Inc. had the following financial information: merchandise inventory. August 1,$244,500; merchandise inventory. August 31, $193,440; gross purchases. $79,350; purchase returns and allowances. $8,700; and freight in. $970.

a. What is the amount of the goods available for sale?

b. What is the cost of goods sold for August?

c. If net sales were $335,000. what was the gross margin for August?

d. If total operating expenses were $167,200, what was the net profit?

(a)

To determine

To calculate: The amount of good available for sales of Island Trader Inc. for August if gross purchase is $79,350, returns and allowance is $8,700, merchant inventory on August 1 is $244,500 and freight charge is $970.

Explanation

Given Information:

Island Trader Inc.’s financial information for August is gross purchase is $79,350, returns and allowance is $8,700, merchant inventory on August 1 is $244,500 and freight charge is $970.

Formula used:

The amount of good available for sales is computed by adding merchant inventory, net purchases and freight charges.

Goods available for sales=Merchant inventory+Net purchases+ Freight charges

Calculation:

Consider Island Trader Inc.’s financial information for August is gross purchase is $79,350, returns and allowance is $8,700, merchant inventory on August 1 is $244,500 and freight charge is $970

(b)

To determine

To calculate: The good sold of Island Trader Inc. for August if goods available for sales is $316,120 and merchant inventory on August 31 is $193,440.

(c)

To determine

To calculate: The gross margin of Island Trader Inc. for August if net sales is $335,000 and cost of goods sold is $122,680.

(d)

To determine

To calculate: The net profit of Island Trader Inc. for August if gross margin is $212,320 and total operating expenses is $167,200.

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