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1 Unit 4 Business accounting Ratios Instructions and answers for Teachers These instructions should accompany the OCR resource Ratios which supports the OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Business Unit 4 Business Accounting Associated Files: Ratios worksheet Expected Duration: Task 1 approx.90 minutes Task 2 approx. 60 minutes Learners should gain an understanding of the different types of ratios that businesses use in order to interpret and judge the performance of the organisation and how the business can therefore plan for the future. These activities offer an opportunity for English and maths skills development.

2 Task 1 Research the following ratios and write the formula for each in the Formula column. Give two examples and an interpretation of each formula. Profitability Ratios Gross Profit Margin Gross Profit Sales Revenue x x 100 =33.3% x 100 = 37.5% For every 1 of sales revenue 0.33 (from Numerical example 1) remains after all direct expenses have been taken away. The higher the number the better it is for the business. Net Profit Margin Net Profit x 100 Sales Revenue x 100 = 10% x 100 = 12.5% For every 1 of sales revenue 0.10 (from Numerical example 1) remains after all expenses have been paid. Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) Net Profit x 100 Capital Employed 1100 x 100 = 29.7% x 100 = 2.5% Every 1 invested the annual return would be 0.30 (from Numerical example 1). The higher the number the better.

3 Liquidity Ratios Current Ratio Acid Test ratio (Liquid capital ratio or quick ratio) Current Assets Current Assets Closing Stock 4500 = 2/1 = , = = 6/1 = 6: = A business could afford to pay any liabilities (the ratio figure) from its current assets within the business. If the ratio is too high then the business should consider looking for investment opportunities to reduce their working capital. The business could afford to pay back their short term debts without having to sell any other stock. Generally businesses will look for this to be 1.0. If the business has a figure less than 1 then there could be a potential problem as their assets are more than their liabilities.

4 Efficiency or Performance ratios Debtor collection (debtor days) Creditor collection (creditor days) Stock Turnover Debtors x 365 days Revenue Creditors x 365 days Cost of Sales Stocks 150,000 x 365 = ,000 days x 365 = days = 4.29 times x 365 = days 2226 x 365 = 64 days = 1.84 times On average it will take the company amount of days to recover its trade debts (money from customers). The businesses are aiming to do this as soon as possible to improve their cash flow. The average number of days it will take the business to pay back its creditors (outstanding debt to the business). The amount of times that a business turns over its stock in an average year. Most businesses want to sell their stock as quickly as possible. This does depend on the type of business eg A supermarket turnover will be more frequent due to perishable goods that they sell.

5 Task 2 The figures below are taken from the accounts of a wholesale food business. Assume all sales and purchases are made on credit. Sales 70,000 Purchases 30,000 Opening stock 10,000 Closing Stock 6,000 Gross Profit 36,000 Net Profit 14,000 Creditors 3,000 Debtors 8,000 34,000 Capital employed 160,000 Total current assets 12,000 Total current liabilities 5,000 Using the figures above and the formulae you researched in Task 1, calculate the following ratios. Work to two decimal places: Profitability Formula Calculation Gross Profit Margin Gross Profit Sales Revenue x 100 Net Profit Margin Net Profit x 100 Sales Revenue ROCE Net Profit x 100 Capital Employed Liquidity x 100 = 51.43% x 100 = 20% x 100 = 8.75% Current ratio Acid Test Performance Debtor collection Creditor collection Stock Turnover Current Assets Current Assets Closing Stock Debtors x 365 days Revenue Creditors x 365 days Stocks = = 6000 = x 365 = days 3000 x 365 = days =

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