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1. Present entries to record the following selected transactions of Belton Co.
a. Purchased 500 shares of the 100,000 shares outstanding $10 par common shares of Denver Corp. for
$5,100.
b. Purchased 2,000 shares of the 10,000 shares no par common shares of Reilly Co. for $45,600. The
investment was accounted for by the equity method.
c. Received a cash dividend of $1 per share on the Denver corp. stock acquired in (a).
d. Received a cash dividend of $2 per share on the Reilly Co. stock acquired in (b).
e. Sold 100 shares of the Denver Corporation shares acquired in (a) for $2,100.
f. Recorded the appropriate share of Reilly's Co. net income of $50,000. The stock was acquired in (b).

2. On June 30, 2006, Athens Company issued $1,500,000 of 10-year, 8% bonds, dated June 30, for $1,540,000. the bonds were purchased by Palermo Co. on the issue date at the issue price. Present entries to record the following transactions:

(a)

Athens Company
(l) Issuance of bonds.
(2) Payment of first semiannual interest on December 31, 2006.
(3) Amortization by straight-line method of bond premium on December 31, 2006.

Palermo Company
(1) Purchase of bonds.
(2) Receipt of first semiannual interest amount on December 31, 2006.
(3) Amortization by straight-line method of bond premium on December 31, 2006.

3. State the section(s) of the statement of cash flows (operating activities, investing activities, financing activities) and the amount that would be reported for each of the following transactions:

(a) Received $145,000 from the sale of land costing $70,000.
(b) Purchased investments for $50,000.
(c) Declared $35,000 cash dividends on stock. $5,000 dividends were payable at the beginning of the year, and
$6,000 were payable at the end of the year.
(d) Acquired equipment for $32,000 cash.
(e) Declared and issued 100 shares of $20 par common stock as a stock dividend, when the market price of
the stock was $32 a share.
(f) Recognized by an adjusting entry depreciation for the year, $48,000.
(g) Issued 85,000 shares of $10 par common stock for $25 a share, receiving cash.
(h) Issued $500,000 of 20-year, 10% bonds payable at 99.
(e) Borrowed $43,000 from Busey National Bank, issuing a 5-year, 8% note for that amount.

4. Present entries to record the following summarized operations related to production for a company using a job order cost system:

(a) Materials purchased on account $167,000
(b) Prepaid expenses incurred on account 12,200
(c) Materials requisitioned:
For production orders 153,700
For general factory use 2,700
(d) Factory labor used:
On production orders 141,300
For general factory purposes 12,000
(e) Depreciation of factory equipment 37,000
(f) Expiration of prepaid expenses, chargeable to factory 6,100
(g) Factory overhead costs incurred on account 67,000
(h) Factory overhead applied, based on machine hours 105,300
(i) Jobs finished 415,300
(j) Jobs shipped to customers: cost, $412,000; selling price 638,000

5. The inventory at June 1 and costs charged to Work in Process - Department 60 during June are as follows:

3800 units, 80% completed $ 60,400
Direct materials, 32,000 units 368,000
Direct labor 244,000
Factory Overhead 188,000
Total costs to be accounted for $860,400

During June, 32,000 units were placed into production and 31,200 units were completed including those in inventory on June 1. One June 30, the inventory of work in process consisted of 4,600 units which were 40% completed. Inventories are costed by the first-in-first-out method and all materials are added at the beginning of the process.

Determine the following presenting your computations:

(a) equivalent units of production for conversion cost
(b) conversion cost per equivalent unit
(c) total and unit cost of finished goods started in prior period and completed in the current period
(d) total and unit cost of finished goods started and completed in the current period.
(e) total cost of work in process inventory at June 30

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1. Present entries to record the following selected transactions of Belton Co.

a. Purchased 500 shares of the 100,000 shares outstanding $10 par common shares of Denver Corp. for $5,100.

Investment in stock 5,100
Cash 5,100

b. Purchased 2,000 shares of the 10,000 shares no par common shares of Reilly Co. for $45,600. The investment was accounted for by the equity method.

Investment in stock 45,600
Cash 45,600

c. Received a cash dividend of $1 per share on the Denver corp. stock acquired in (a).

Cash ($1 x 500 shares) 500
Dividend income 500

d. Received a cash dividend of $2 per share on the Reilly Co. stock acquired in (b).

Cash ($2 x 2,000 shares) 4,000
Investment 4,000

e. Sold 100 shares of the Denver Corporation shares acquired in (a) for $2,100.

Cash 2,100
Investment in stock 1,020
Unrealized gain/loss 1,080

f. Recorded the appropriate share of Reilly's Co. net income of $50,000. The stock was acquired in (b).

Investment (20% x 50,000) 10,000
Investment income 10,000

2. On June 30, 2006, Athens Company issued $1,500,000 of 10-year, 8% bonds, dated June 30, for $1,540,000. The bonds were purchased by Palermo Co. on the issue date at the issue price. Present entries to record the following transactions:

(a)

Athens Company
(l) Issuance of bonds.
(2) Payment of first semiannual interest on December 31, 2006.
(3) Amortization by straight-line method of bond premium on December 31, 2006.

June 30, 2006 Cash 1,540,000
Bonds Payable 1,500,000
Premium on Bonds Payable 40,000

Amount received at issuance 1,540,000
Amount to be repaid at maturity 1,500,000
Excess of cash received over cash paid (40,000)
Cash interest payments (120,000 x 10 years) 1,200,000
Total interest cost 1,160,000

Dec. 31, 2006 Bond Interest Expenses 58,000
Cash 58,000
($1,160,000/20 = 58,000)

Dec. 31, 2006 Premium on Bonds Payable 2,000
Cash 2,000
($40,000/20 = 2,000)

Palermo Company
(1) Purchase of bonds.
(2) Receipt of first semiannual interest amount on December 31, 2006.
(3) Amortization by straight-line method of bond premium on ...

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1. Decided to mark each item of inventory with a magnetic tag that set off an alarm if the tag is removed from the store before being deactivated

2. Decided to reduce the credit terms offered to customers from 30 days to 20 days to speed up collection of accounts

3. Decided that the benefits of keeping track of each item of inventory as it is bought and sold would exceed the costs of such a system

4. Decided to raise the price of each item of inventory to achieve a higher gross margin to offset an increase in rent expense

5. Decided to purchase a new type of cash register that can be operated only by a person who knows a predetermined code

6. Decided to switch to a new cleaning service that will provide the same service at a lower cost

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1. Prepare an operating report that shows budget, actual, and difference.
2. Discuss the results, identifying which differences most likely should be investigated by management.

Budget Actual
Selling expenses
Sales salaries expense $90,000 $102,030
Rent expense, selling space 2,000 1,642
Utilities expense, selling space 18,000 18,000
Advertising expense 12,000 11,256
Depreciation expense, selling fixtures 15,000 21,986
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General and administrative expenses
Office salaries expense $50,000 $47,912
Office supplies expense 1,000 782
Rent expense, office space 4,000 4,000
Depreciation expense, office equipment 3,000 3.251
Utilities expense, office space 3,000 3.114
Postage expense 500 626
Insurance expense 2,000 2,700
Miscellaneous expense 500 481
Total general and administrative expenses 64,000 62,866
Total operating expenses 207,500 224,558

Budget Actual Difference

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Sales Cost of Goods Sold Gross
Margin Operating
Expenses Net
Income
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c 216,000 120,000 80,000 40,000
460,000 d 100,000 e (2,000)
780,000 f g 240,000 80,000

E4: A household appliance dealer buys refrigerators from a manufacturer and resells them to its customers.
What is the net cost of the refrigerator to the dealer, assuming it is paid for within ten days of purchase?

a. The manufacturer sets a list or catalogue price of $1,000 for a refrigerator. The manufacturer offers its dealers a 30 percent trade discount.
b. The manufacturer sells the machine under terms of FOB destination. The cost of shipping is $100.
c. The manufacturer offers a sales discount of 2/10, n/30. Sales discounts do not apply to shipping costs.

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Account Name Debit Credit

Sales $237,500
Sales Returns and Allowances $11,750
Cost of Goods Sold 140,000
Freight In 6,750
Selling Expenses 21,500
General and Administrative Expenses 43,500

E6: Give the entries to record each of the following transactions under the perpetual inventory system:

a. Purchased merchandise on credit, terms n/30, FOB shipping point, $2,500.
b. Paid freight on the shipment in transaction a, $135
c. Purchased merchandise on credit, terms n/30, FOB destination, $1,400.
d. Purchased merchandise on credit, terms n/30, FOB shipping point, $2,600, which includes freight paid by the supplier of $200.
e. Returned part of the merchandise purchased in transaction c, $500.
f. Paid the amount owed on the purchase in transaction a.
g. Paid the amount owed on the purchase in transaction d.
h. Paid the amount owed on the purchase in transaction c less the return in e.

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Sales returns and allowances 24 19 a
Net sales p 317 b
Merchandise inventory, beginning q i 38
Purchases 192 169 c
Purchases returns and allowances 31 j 17
Freight in r 29 22
Net cost of purchases 189 k d
Goods available for sale 222 212 182
Merchandise inventory, ending 39 l 42
Cost of goods sold s 179 e
Gross margin 142 m 126
Selling expenses t 78 f
General and administrative expenses 39 n 33
Total operating expenses 130 128 g
Net income u 10 27

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Account Name Debit Credit

Sales $297,000
Sales Returns and Allowances $15,200
Cost of Goods Sold 113,000
Freight In 5,600
Selling Expenses 48,500
General and Administrative Expenses 37,200

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Account Name Debit Credit

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Sales Returns and Allowances $11,000
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Purchases 114,800
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Purchases Discounts 2,200
Freight In 5,600
Selling Expenses 48,500
General and Administrative Expenses 37,200

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