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									Academic Honesty Pledge:

Pledge: By signing our names below (submitting this work from an e-mail account of a team member),
1) The work submitted is the work of the team, 2) No team member gave or will give aid to others, 3) all team members will not share any information about the assignment with those who are completing it in subsequent academic quarters, and 4) any team member will report any others that are observed violating these rules.

By typing each group member's name in the box below, each group member acknowledges his/her r stated above and each group member understands that if he/she acts in an academically dishonest m
he/she will receive a failing grade in this class.

TYPE ALL NAMES IN BOX Group Members Completing the Assignment:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Type your name in the above box as evidence of your agreement to the academic honesty pledge.

mail account of a team member), we are promising that:

with those who are completing it later, including

member acknowledges his/her responsibilities as s in an academically dishonest manner

mic honesty pledge.

Watter's Beverage Company Balance Sheets As of
August 31, 2008 ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash Accounts Receivable Inventory Prepaid Insurance TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS September 30, 2008

$ $ $ $

30,850 520,000 49,000 38,500 $ 638,350

PROPERTY PLANT & EQUIPMENT Land $ Equipment $ Accumulated Depreciation $ TOTAL PPE TOTAL ASSETS

80,000 350,000 (100,000) $ $ 330,000 968,350

LIABILITIES & STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ Commissions Payable $ Advertising Expense Payable $ Income Taxes Payable $ Dividends Payable $ TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES LONG TERM DEBT STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY Common Stock Retained Earnings TOTAL STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY

183,400 32,500 82,500 49,000 $ $ 347,400 295,000

$ $

100,000 225,950 $ $ 325,950 968,350

TOTAL LIABILITIES & STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY

October 31, 2008

September 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Total Cash Receipts Inventory Purchases Cash Payments for Inventory Purchases Total Variable Selling & Administrative Costs Total Fixed Selling & Administrative Costs Total Cash Payments (Cash Budget) Total Cash Surplus (Deficit) Total New Borrowing (Repayments) Contribution Margin Interest Expense Pre-tax income Income tax expense Accounts Receivable Inventory Prepaid Insurance Accumulated Depreciation Accounts Payable Commissions Payable Long-Term Debt Retained Earnings

October

NOTE: YOU M APPROPRIAT BUDGET TO G TYPE IN A NU RECEIVE CRE

YOU MUST SHOW A

SHOW REPAYMENTS

All BALANCE balances are the month.

NOTE: YOU MUST LINK TO THE APPROPRIATE CELLS IN YOUR BUDGET TO GET CREDIT! IF YOU TYPE IN A NUMBER YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE CREDIT.

YOU MUST SHOW A DEFICIT AS A NEGATIVE NUMBER AND A SURPLUS AS A POSITIVE NUMBER! SHOW REPAYMENTS AS A NEGATIVE NUMBER (DO NOT ROUND!!! Or you will get this WRONG!)

All BALANCE SHEET ACCOUNT balances are as of the last day of the month.

You are using the template for the: Your Grade on this assignment is:
Note that your grade needs to be between 0 and 20. If you have an error in the grade space you have deleted an important formula that evaluates the possibility of academic honesty. You must redo the assignment with a blank template or you will receive a zero.

Fall 2009

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