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Bond pricing, record issuance & calculating interest

On January 1, 2008, Whitefeather Industries issued 300, $1,000 face value bond. The bonds have a five-year life and pay interest at the rate of 10%. Interest is paid semiannually on July 1 and January 1. The market rate on January 1 was 10%. Required: 1. Calculate the issue price of the bonds and record the issuance of the

Market and book value per share

Superior Medical System's 2005 balance sheet showed total common equity of $2,050,000. The company had 100,000 shares of stock outstanding which sold at a price of $57.25 per share. By how much did the firm's market value and book value per share differ? $36.75 $38.25 $39.50 $40.25

Readily Attainable EOQ Assumptions

The EOQ model has a number of assumptions. List them and explain whether they are readily attainable. For example, will the adjustment for quantity discounts easily work?

Exchange of assets..

On August 1, 2007, Alpha Company exchanged productive assets with Beta Company. The following facts pertain to these assets as of August 1, 2007: Alpha Company Original Cost $96,000 Accumulated Depreciation $45,000 Fair Market Value $60,000 Cash Paid by Alpha $15,000 A) Assuming that the exchange has commerci

Relevant costs and Operating Income

The Flint Fan Company is considering the addition of a new model fan, the F-27, to its current product lines. The expected cost and revenue data for the F-27 fan are as follows: Annual Sales in units 4,000 Unit Selling Price $58 Unit Variable Costs: Production

Effects on the Accounting Elements

Please complete the attached practice sheet. ________________________________________ For each situation below, indicate its effects on the accounting elements shown on the accompanying chart. Use the following letters to indicate your answer (you do not need to enter amounts): Increase = I Decr

Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB): impact of fair value accounting

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has been requiring some fair value reporting as it allows for more transparency than reporting using historical costs. What do you think will be the impact to investors as the FASB requires all assets and liabilities to be presented at fair value? Will this make financial

Compare and contrast the two methods of accounting for bad debts

Compare and contrast the two methods of accounting for bad debt - direct write-off and the allowance method. What are the primary features of each method? What are the pros and cons to each method? What impact does each method have on the financial statements?

A distinguishing feature of managerial accounting is

Hello, See attachment for the problem. Multiple Choice 1.) A distinguishing feature of managerial accounting is a. external users. b. general-purpose reports. c. very detailed reports. d. quarterly and annual reports. 10.) In an open-fact situation the tax advisor a. must consider tax policy issues. b. is us

Doral Company: Depreciation on machine for third year after accounting change

Please help with the following problem by providing step by step calculations. Purchased a machine on January 1, 2002, for $900,000. At the date of acquisition, the machine had an estimated useful life of six years with no salvage. The machine is being depreciated on a straight-line basis. On January 1, 2005, Doral determin

Production combination will produce the greatest profit

What production combination will produce the greatest profit for the firm? Justify your choice. See attached file. The HighTech Corporation manufactures sound systems for the retail market. It makes two product lines: super model and deluxe model. Annual cost and production information is summarized below:

Activity Cost Pool - Absorption and Variable Costing; Kuzio; Eccles

Assuming that direct labor is a variable cost, the primary difference between the absorption and variable costing is that: A. variable costing treats only direct materials and direct labor as product cost while absorption costing treats direct materials, direct labor, and the variable portion of manufacturing overhead as prod

Gandy and Rice: Sunk Cost and Operating Income (loss)

Gandy Company has 5,000 obsolete desk lamps that are carried in inventory at a manufacturing cost of $50,000. If the lamps are reworked for $20,000, they could be sold for $35,000. Alternatively, the lamps could be sold for $8,000 for scrap. In a decision model analyzing these alternatives, the sunk cost would be: A. $8,000

License Requirements for a CPA: the Value that a CPA Adds to a Company

A contract is awarded to the privately owned company that you work for. It will require the company to submit it's audited financial statements. Audits and audited financial statements are not familiar to the company's owner. Design a report for the owner as the Controller, and explain the work of independent CPAs, auditing stan

Transfer Price issues between the Taif and LA Ind divisions

LTD is a diversified manufacturing company with a decentralized management structure. Each major division is treated as a profit center. One of the divisions is Taif, a chemical plant that produces a single product, XY. In recent years, the entire annual output of 400,000 tons of XY has been sold to another division, LA Ind,

Dividend Irrelevance Question

Please help with the following problem involving dividend irrelevance. Dividend Irrelevance. You own 2,000 shares of patriot Corporation, which is about to raise its dividend from $.75 to $1.00 per share. The share price is currently $100. You would prefer that the dividend remain at its current level.

P13-2A Haroun Company: Calculation and analysis of trend percents

See pdf file attached Problem 13-2A: Calculation and analysis of trend percents L.O. A1, P1 Selected comparative financial statements of Haroun Company follow: HAROUN COMPANY Comparative Income Statements ($000) For Years Ended December 31, 2009-2003 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Sales $ 1,694 $ 1,496 $ 1,370 $ 1

Business Taxation True/False and Multiple Choose

Can you please help with some True/False and Multiple questions for an accounting class specializing in Business Taxation. My school is located in Minnesota so all US GAAP, etc would apply. 1. Dew-Drop Trust had a $10,000 of dividend income and a $7,000 capital gain for the year. The trust is a simple trust. Under state law b

Managerial accounting information and costing methods and Techniques

I need help figuring out the practice problems attached. Please show work were needed. Thanks so much for your help! Practice Problems Week 5 1. Managerial accounting information A) pertains to the entity as a whole and is highly aggregated. B) must be prepared according to generally accepted accounting principles

Please assist me with the following accounting problems.

I am having problems with the following 5 accounting problems. Can you help me? I have attached my information to assist you. Thank you in advance for your assistance! Answer the five questions. Question #5, can be submitted in an in an Excel file. All other responses should be contained in a single Word file. Maximum leng

Solve: Segment Margin

Please help with the following problem. Provide a simple solution for each. Ferrar Corporation has two major business segments - Consumer and Commercial. Data for the segment and for the company for March appear below: Sales revenues, Consumer $681,000 Sales revenues, Commercial $300,000 Variable expenses, Consu

Tax Return Problems

Can you help me get started on these problems? 1. Frank & Jane are married and file a joint return. Both are active participants in their employer qualified retirement plans. Their total AGI in 2007 is $87,000 and they earn salaries of $46,000 & $40,000. A. What amount can Frank & Jane contribute to traditional IRAs in 20