Birthright

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Hanson Ski Products - Projected Quarterly Balance Sheets (in $ thousand)

3/31/86

6/30/86

9/30/86

12/31/86

156
1556
1729
262
3703

100
507
2808
241
2656

100
4580
1690
294
9155

100
4739
1166
198
8730

3393
(1255)
2138
207

3570
1398
2172
201

3808
1564
2244
247

3987
1743
2244
283

6048

6029

9155

8730

Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable
Notes Payable - banks
Income Taxes Payable
Current Installments - L.T debt
Total Current Liabilities

1586
1547
149
1010
4292

1849
2176
0
980
5005

1717
3727
0
1060
6504

1755
3041
0
207
5003

Long Term Debt
Term Loan
Notes Payable to Bank
Total Liabilities

0
0
4292

0
0
5005

0
0
6504

0
0
5003

Stockholders' Equity
Common Stock
Additional Paid in Capital
Retained Earnings
Total Stockholders' Equity

1249
105
402
1756

1249
105
(330000)
1024

1249
105
1297
2651

1249
105
2373
3727

Assets
Current Assets
Cash
Receivables, Net
Inventories
Prepaid Expenses
Total Current Assets
Fixed Assets
Plant, Property, & Equipt
(Less) accum depreciation
Total Net Fixed Assets
Other Assets
Total Assets

1

Total Liabilities and Equity

6048

2

6029

9155

8730

3/31/87

100
1741
1869
283
6645

4288
1938
2350
302
6645

1644
1650
0
189
3503

0
0
3503

1249
105
1788
3142

3

6645

4

Hanson Ski Products - Projected Quarterly Balance Sheets (in $ thousand)

3/31/86
Assets
Current Assets
Cash
Receivables, Net
Inventories
Prepaid Expenses
Total Current Assets
Fixed Assets
Plant, Property, & Equipt
(Less) accum depreciation
Total Net Fixed Assets
Other Assets
Total Assets

6/30/86

9/30/86

12/31/86

156
1556
1729
262
3703

100
507
2808
241
3656

100
4580
1690
294
6664

100
4739
1166
198
6203

3393
(1255)
2138
207

201

247

283

6048

Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable
Notes Payable - banks
Income Taxes Payable
Current Installments - L.T debt
Total Current…...

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