By Institute of Leadership & Mana

ISBN-10: 0080521622

ISBN-13: 9780080521626

ISBN-10: 0750658150

ISBN-13: 9780750658157

With 40 good dependent and simple to keep on with themes to select from, each one workbook has a variety of case stories, questions and actions to satisfy either somebody or organization's education wishes. no matter if learning for an ILM qualification or seeking to improve the abilities of your staff, great sequence offers crucial recommendations, frameworks and strategies to aid administration and management improvement. *Developed through the ILM to help their point three Introductory certificates and certificates in First Line administration *Well-structured and simple to persist with *Fully revised and up-to-date

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The comparison of actual figures with forecast ones gives management useful information on which to make decisions. You can check the cash balance at the end of Week 2 in the table below. At that stage you can see that the forecast cash balance was £190,000 and the actual position is £100,000 worse than that. You can see that sales have not been as high as expected although the expenditure is not vastly different. Week 1 Forecast Actual £’000 £’000 Recipts Bread Cakes Total receipts Payments Ingredients Wages Overheads Van costs Total payments Net cash Cash balance B/F Cash balance C/F Week 2 Forecast Actual £’000 £’000 Week 3 Forecast Actual £’000 £’000 Week 4 Forecast Actual £’000 £’000 150 250 400 140 220 360 150 250 400 150 200 350 150 250 400 150 250 400 (106) (144) (35) (20) (305) 95 Nil 95 (112) (144) (35) (22) (313) 47 Nil 47 (106) (144) (35) (20) (305) 95 95 190 (105) (144) (38) (20) (307) 43 47 90 (106) (144) (35) (20) (305) 95 190 285 (106) (144) (35) (20) (305) 95 285 380 29 Session B Now let us take this one step further into weeks 3 and 4.

1 If someone owes us money they are . 2 If we owe money to someone, they are . 3 A fixed asset is something owned which . 4 Give two examples of a fixed asset: and 44 . Session C This is a revision of your earlier work; if you had any difficulties, you should refer back and check your previous studies. 1 If someone owes us money they are DEBTORS. 2 If we owe money to someone, they are CREDITORS. 3 A fixed asset is something owned which is normally not for sale. 4 Examples of fixed assets are: a car; a computer bought for use in the business; machinery; a building; .

Earlier in this workbook we talked briefly about current and fixed assets. You will remember that fixed assets are worth money and will not normally be sold or converted into cash. The assets that are already cash, such as cash in the bank, or that are going to be turned into cash very quickly, like debtors, are current assets. Activity 28 5 mins Tick which of the following assets are fixed assets. a b c d e f Debtors. Cash in the bank. Buildings. Machinery. Vehicles. Goods for sale. ᮀ ᮀ ᮀ ᮀ ᮀ ᮀ Fixed assets are held for the longer term and include: c Buildings.

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