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Total Asset Turnover Discussion

1) Your company's balance sheet includes the following data for 2012: Current assets = $1 million. Cash = $100,000. Inventory = $500,000. Current liabilities = $800,000. Accounts receivable = $100,000. Accounts payable = $90,000. long-term debt = $1 million. Total liabilities and stockholders' equity = $3 million. On the income statement, net income for 2012 is $500,000. Net sales are $2.7 million. Common stock is selling for $12. 1 million shares of common stock are outstanding. Calculate the current ratio for your company.
2) Use the information from Question 1 to calculate your company's total asset turnover.
3) Use the information in Question 1 above to calculate accounts receivable turnover. Assume all sales are made on credit.
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1) Your company's balance sheet includes the following data for 2012: Current assets = $1 million. Cash = $100,000. Inventory = $500,000. Current liabilities = $800,000. Accounts receivable = $100,000. Accounts payable = $90,000. Long-term debt = $1 million. Total liabilities and stockholders' equity = $3 million. On the income statement, net income for 2012 is $500,000. Net sales are $2.7 million. Common stock is selling for $12. 1 million shares of common stock are outstanding. Calculate the current ratio for your company.
Current ratio = Current assets/Current liabilities
 $1,000,000/$800,000
 1.25

2) Use the information from Question 1 to calculate your company's total asset turnover.
Total asset turnover = Sales/Total assets
Here, total assets amount is not given directly. We can find the total assets by using the equation:
Total assets = Total liabilities and stockholder's equity = $3 million
Therefore, total asset turnover = ...

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