The management accountant at Miller Merchandising & More, Odail Russell is in the process of preparing the cash budget for the businessto borrow money during this quarter. Extracts from the sales and purchases budgets are as follows: Month cash sales sales on account purchases August $85,000 $640,000 $420,000 September $70,000 $550,000 $550,000 October $88,550 $600,000 $500,000 November $77,160 $800,000 $600,000 December $174,870 $500,000 $450,000 i) An analysis of the records shows that trade receivables are settled according to the following credit pattern, in accordance with the credit terms 4/30, n90: 50% in the month of sale 30% in the first month following the sale 20% in the second month following the sale ii) Expected purchases include monthly cash purchases of 5%. All other purchases are on account. Accounts payable are settled as follows, in accordance with the credit terms – 2/30, n60 60% in the month in which the inventory is purchased 40% in the following month iii) Fixed operating expenses which accrue evenly throughout the year, are estimated to be $1,680,000 per annum, (including depreciation on non-current assets of $420,000 per annum) and is settled monthly. iv) Wages and salaries are expected to be $2,280,000 per annum and will be paid monthly. v) Other operating expenses are expected to be $108,000 per quarter and will be settled monthly. vi) In the month of November, an old motor vehicle, which cost $650,000, will be sold to an employee at a gain of $30,000. Accumulated depreciation on the motor vehicle at that time is expected to be $540,000. The employee will be allowed to pay a deposit equal to 60% of the selling price in November and the balance settled in two equal amounts in December 2021 & January of 2022. vii) Computer equipment, which is estimated to cost $320,000, will be acquired in November. The manager has made arrangements with the dealer to make a cash deposit of 50% of the amount upon signing of the agreement in November, with the balance to be settled in four equal monthly instalments, starting in December 2021 viii) The management of Miller Merchandising Company has negotiated with a tenant to rent office space to her beginning November 1. The rental is $624,000 per annum. The first month’s rent along with one month’s safety deposit is expected to be collected on November 1. Thereafter, monthly rental income becomes due at the beginning of each month. Co Required: (a) The business needs to have a sense of its future cashflows and therefore requires the preparation of the following: 1. A schedule of budgeted cash collections for trade receivables (sales on account) for each of the months October to December. 2. A schedule of expected cash disbursements for accounts payable (purchases on account)for each of the months October to December.