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complete solution MGT101 GDB

Suppose, Sales = 100% =1

G.P                = 25% of CGS = 0.25 CGS

Sales – CGS = GP

1- CGS = 0.25 CGS

1                       =0.25 CGS + CGS

1                       = CGS(0.25 + 1)

1                       = 1.25 CGS

1/1.25 = CGS

0.8        = CGS

80% of sales = CGS

Sales – CGS = GP

1 – 0.80 = GP

0.20 = GP

20% of sales = GP

Sales – CGS = Operating + Selling & Admin Exp

1 – 0.80 sales = 50,000 + 0.15 sales

0.20 sales – 0.15 sales = 50,000

0.05 Sales                       = 50,000

Sales = 50,000/0.05

Sales = 1000,000

CGS (80% of sales)    = 1000,000 * 80%

= 800,000

GP (20% of sales) = 1000,000 *20%

= 200,000

Income Statement

Sales                                                                              1000, 000

Less: Cost of Goods Sold (CGS)                                       800,000

Gross Profit                                                                      200,000

(15% of sales)

Operating Profit                                                                 50,000

Closing Stock        = Opening Stock + Purchases – CGS

= 500,000 + 700,000 – 800,000

= 1200,000 – 800,000

Closing Stock                 = 400,000

Closing inventory is deducted from cost of goods sold (CGS) because closing inventory is still in hand. According to “Matching concept” only those expenses can be recognized against which we have not recorded any revenue because closing inventory is not sold and still in hand. Therefore we shall not record closing inventory’s cost in CGS and shall deduct from cost of goods sold (CGS).

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good job

Excellent job Sir,you have cleared our all doubts without listening any lecture and studying the actual lessons

Jazzak Allah.....plz keep in touch

One thing you have not catered for which is Financial expenses 1%of selling.Is there any role of that in making fin statement.

bhai ye gdb ka 2nd gdb ka answer hah naa?

but bhai jaan aap ka th formula confused hy

pl check it

Sales – CGS = Operating + Selling & Admin Exp

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Nice Solution.

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