下面是一个Financial and Management Accounting代写案例：
Q1：Weiwei Lu owns WL Jewellery Limited. She is planning to request financing from her bank to help her with her cash flow problems. The banks need her to prepare a cash budget for the next six months to help them decide. From her monthly profit and loss account for next year. she has forecasted the following:
The following is the additional information available:
i) Cash in hand on July 1st is £144,000.
ii) Customers pay 10% in the month of sale, 75% in the month after sale, and 15% in the second month after sale.
iii) Payments for raw materials and labour are made in the month after they are incurred.
iv) Creditors for raw materials on 1 May next year are expected to be £320,000
v) General and admin salaries are £28,000 per month, lease payments are £7,000 per month, depreciation is £36,000 per month, and miscellaneous expenses are £1,600 per month.
vi) Two tax payments of £61,000 each are due in September and December, and a payment of £240,000 towards a new jewellery warehouse is to be paid in October.
a) Calculate the cash receipts from sales for the SIX MONTHS from July to December next year.
b) Prepare a cash budget for the SIX MONTHS from July to December next year.
c) What level of finance will she need over the next six months under review?
d) As bank manager, would you advance her the money based on the information given, and what additional information, if any, would you need?
Q2：a) The break-even point is the level of activity (in units of output or sales revenue) at which total costs equals the total sales revenue.
i) Explain how a manager in an organisation may use break even analysis to aid decision making
ii) Explain six weaknesses of break-even analysis
b) Venus Ltd is a company that makes electric reading side lamps. Based on the managements’ monthly assumptions, an analysis is required on the profitability targets.
The monthly demand for its products is 42,000 and the selling price for each is £28. Gas and Electricity costs are 30% fixed and 70% variable.
i) The total fixed costs and variable costs per unit
ii) The break-even point in units
iii) The margin of safety in units
iv) The profit or loss if the sales were reduced by 20%