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Reid Company

Cash Receipts Budgeting:
Reid Company is developing a forecast of March Cash receipts from credit sales. Credit sales for
March are estimated to be $320,000. The Accounts Receivable balance at February 28 is
$300,000, one-quarter representing January credit sales and the remainder from February credit
sales. All accounts receivable from months prior to January have been collected or written off.
Reid's history of accounts receivable collects is as follows:

In the month of sale 20%
in the first month after the sale 50%
in the second month at after the sale 25%
Written off as uncollectible at the end of the 5%
second month after sale

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Cash Receipts Budgeting:
Reid Company is developing a forecast of March Cash receipts from credit sales. Credit sales for
March are estimated to be $320,000. The Accounts Receivable balance at February 28 is
$300,000, one-quarter representing January credit sales and the remainder from February credit
sales. All accounts receivable from months prior to January have been collected or written off.
Reid's history of accounts receivable collects is as follows:

In the ...

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