# UnitsDollars April (actual)8,000 \$1,440,000 May (actual)2,800 504,000 June (budgeted)7,500 1,350,000

UnitsDollars April (actual)8,000 \$1,440,000 May (actual)2,800 504,000 June (budgeted)7,500 1,350,000 July (budgeted)7,500 1,350,000 August (budgeted)4,100 738,000 All sales are on credit. Recent experience shows that 26% of credit sales is collected in the month of the sale, 44% in the month after the sale, 26% in the second month after the sale, and 4% proves to be uncollectible. The productâ€™s purchase price is \$110 per unit. All purchases are payable within 11 days. Thus, 60% of purchases made in a month is paid in that month and the other 40% is paid in the next month. The company has a policy to maintain an ending monthly inventory of 21% of the next monthâ€™s unit sales plus a safety stock of 75 units. The April 30 and May 31 actual inventory levels are consistent with this policy. Selling and administrative expenses for the year are \$1,416,000 and are paid evenly throughout the year in cash. The companyâ€™s minimum cash balance at month-end is \$110,000. This minimum is maintained, if necessary, by borrowing cash from the bank. If the balance exceeds \$110,000, the company repays as much of the loan as it can without going below the minimum. This type of loan carries an annual 13% interest rate. On May 31, the loan balance is \$31,000, and the companyâ€™s cash balance is \$110,000. (Round final answers to the nearest whole dollar.)Required:Prepare a table that shows the computation of cash collections of its credit sales (accounts receivable) in each of the months of June and July.Prepare a table that shows the computation of budgeted ending inventories (in units) for April, May, June, and July.Aztec Company sells its product for \$180 per unit. Its actual and projected sales follow.