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    Scenario:

    Janeen's Horse Supply is considering a more stringent credit policy. Currently 6% of annual sales are written off for bad debt. It has been estimated if the credit standards are raised, the annual sales will decrease by 5%; however, the bad debt will decrease to 4% of total sales. The profit margin on sales is 20% (not including bad debt).

    Should the new policy be enacted?

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    Solution Preview

    Assume that the current level of sales is 100.
    Current profits (excluding Bad debts)= 20%*100=20
    Bad debt = 6%*100=6
    Net ...

    Solution Summary

    This problem will help students to evaluate the alternative credit policies for better profitability and receivables management. It presents calculations in simple steps.

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