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To avoid any uncertainty regarding his business' financing needs at the time when such needs may arise, Cyrus Brown wants to develop a Cash Budget for his latest venture- Cyrus Brown Manufacturing (CBM). He has estimated the following sales forecast for CBM over the next nine months:

March 2004 $250,000

April 275,000

May 320,000

June 450,000

July 575,000

August 700,000

September 825,000

October 350,000

November 285,000

He has also gathered the following collection estimates regarding the forecast sales: Collection within the month of sale, 10%; collection the month following sales, 75%, and collection the second month following sales, 15%. Payments for direct manufacturing costs like raw materials and labor are made during the month that follows the one in which such costs have been incurred. These costs are estimated as follows:

March 2004 $187,500

April 206,250

May 240,000

June 337,500

July 431,250

August 525,000

September 618,750

October 262,500

Administrative salaries will approximately amount to $35,000 a month; lease payments around $15,000 a month; depreciation charges, 15,000 a month; a one-time new plant investment in the amount of $95,000 is expected to be incurred in June; income tax payments estimated to be around $ 55,000 will be due in both June and September; and finally, miscellaneous costs are estimated to be around $10,000 a month. Cash on hand on May 1 will be around $50,000; and a minimum cash balance of $50,000 shall be on hand at all times.

Prepare a monthly cash budget for Cyrus Brown Manufacturing for the last six months of 2004

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