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# 1.Refer to -'s Note 3: 2014 Organization Restructuring. What

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1.Refer to Kimberly-Clark's Note 3: 2014 Organization Restructuring. What was the total restructuring charge Kimberly-Clark recognized in 2014? Where is it recognized on the Income Statement?
2. Approximately how much cash do you expect Kimberly-Clark will pay in the future related to the 2014 Organization Restructuring?
I'll attach Kimberly-Clark's financial statement and notes.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
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Customer: replied 10 months ago.
Please see the attachment. Note 3. 2014 Organization Restructuring (page 36) and then answer these two questions. Provide your rationale.
Expert:  F. Naz replied 10 months ago.

1

It charged total of \$95 is after tax and \$40 before tax was charged to cost of product sold and \$93 before tax cost charged to marketing, research and general expenses.

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The cash expected to be paid in future is around 80% of \$130 to 160 which makes it around between \$104 to around 128 and as around 80% of \$95 which is equal to \$76 has been paid, it means that in future around 130-76 = 54 or 160-76 = \$84 will be paid

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.
The second question you replied I feel very confusing, first you calculated 80% of \$130 and \$160, which is \$104, and \$128,
respectively. As 80% of \$95 which equals to \$76 has already been paid, didn't that Kimberly-Clark will pay between \$104-76=\$28 and \$128-76=\$52. Please explain your answers.
Expert:  F. Naz replied 10 months ago.

It means that it is expected that in future the company will pay between \$28 to \$52

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
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