   # Using the following select financial statement information from Mover Supply Depot, compute the number of days’ sales in receivables ratios for 2018 and 2019 (round answers to two decimal places). What do the outcomes tell a potential investor about Mover Supply Depot if the competition collects in approximately 65 days? FindFindarrow_forward

### Principles of Accounting Volume 1

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### Principles of Accounting Volume 1

19th Edition
OpenStax
Publisher: OpenStax College
ISBN: 9781947172685
Chapter 9, Problem 9EB
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## Using the following select financial statement information from Mover Supply Depot, compute the number of days’ sales in receivables ratios for 2018 and 2019 (round answers to two decimal places). What do the outcomes tell a potential investor about Mover Supply Depot if the competition collects in approximately 65 days? To determine

Concept introduction:

Accounts receivable turnover ratio:

This is an efficiency ratio that indicates the conversion of accounts receivable into cash. This ratio is calculated by dividing the Net credit Sales by the Average accounts receivable. The formula to calculate this ratio is as follows:

Accounts receivable turnover ratio = Net credit SalesAverage accounts receivable

Days Sales uncollected:

This isan efficiency ratio that indicates the period for which credit sales remain as receivable. The ratio is calculated by multiplying Accounts receivable with 365 days and dividing the result by Net Sales. The formula for Days Sales uncollected is as follows:

Days Sales uncollected = Accounts Receivable × 365Net Sales

To calculate:

The Accounts receivable turnover ratio and Days sales in receivable for each year and indicate the outcome for potential investors.

### Explanation of Solution

The Accounts receivable turnover ratio and Days sales in receivable for each year are as follows:

 Year 2018 Year 2019 Net Credit Sales (A) $1,477,440$1,724,400 Beginning Accounts Receivable (B) $321,500$345,700 Ending Accounts Receivable (C) $345,700$326,600 Average Accounts Receivables (D) = (B+C)÷2 $333,600$336,150 Accounts Receivable Turnover (E)= A÷D = \$4...

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