In the following table are demand and cost data for a pure monopolist. Complete the table by filling in the columns for total revenue, marginal revenue, and marginal cost. Answer these three questions: (a) What output will the monopolist produce? (b) What price will the monopolist charge? (c) What total prof
Each year the I.R.S. adjusts the value of an exemption based on inflation (and rounded to the nearest $50). In a recent year if the exemption was worth $3,100 and inflation was 4.7%, what would be the amount of the exemption for the upcoming tax year?
Thomas Franklin arrived at the following tax information: Gross salary, $46,660 Interest earnings, $225 Dividend income, $80 One personal exemption, $3,400 Itemized deductions, $7,820 Adjustments to income, $1,150 What amount would Thomas report as taxable income?
1. You're right that short-term objectives and long-term objectives have different time frames for completion. Should the short-term objectives add up to the long-term objectives? In other words, are the short-term objectives simply steps along the way to achieving the long-term objectives? 2. You've pointed out some importan
See attached file. E17-27 Cost of production Report: No beginning inventories Oregon Paper Company produces newsprint paper through a special recycling process using scrap paper products. Production and cost data for October 2009, the first month of operations for the company's new Portland plant, follow: Units of prod
On Cursor Corporation's balance sheet, a large tract of company-owned land is reported at its original cost of $50,000. The owner of the company is upset, because he thinks the land's true value is ten times that amount. He fears the low-cost figure may hurt the company as it tries to raise additional capital in the future. The
Scenario: SLL has a partner, Dick, who is involved in a nasty divorce. This partner's soon-to-be former wife Georgia had a very successful company. He feels his wife is trying to hide income from him. Dick asks you if a forensic accountant would be helpful in this situation. Report on the following: You do some research
a) Owner invested $15,000 cash into the business in exchange for its common stock. b)Purchased office furniture costing $6,500 by making a down payment of $2,500 cash, and issuing a note payable for $4,000. c)Purchased supplies for $3,200 cash. d)Recorded fees earned of $5,000 receiving cash for completed work. e)Made a $3,5
Norr and Caylor established a partnership on January 1, 2010. Norr invested cash of $100,000 and Caylor invested $30,000 in cash and equipment with a book value of $40,000 and fair value of $50,000. For both partners, the beginning capital balance was to equal the initial investment. Norr and Caylor agreed to the following proce
See the attachment. Benson, Inc. produces three separate products from a common process costing $100,000. Each of the products can be sold at the split-off point or can be processed further and then sold for a higher price. Shown below are cost and selling price data for a recent period. Sales Value at Split-off Point C
M17-14 Classification of products and Periods Costs Classify the following costs incurred by a manufacturer of golf clubs as product costs or period costs. Also classify the product costs as direct materials, or conversion costs. a. Depreciation on computer in president's office b. Salaries of legal staff c. Graphite sh
Case Study 1 - Internet Start-up Company Plutonium was an Internet start-up company founded in 1988 at the beginning of the technology boom. One of the largest problems for Plutonium was developing the technological systems necessary to support the rapidly expanding user base. Furthermore, due to rapid expansion in the recen
Even if all resources are freely available, will consumers demand things be made more convenient than in their 'raw' form? Would this produce a need for economics?
Do you think that the use of convenience stores decreases in a poor economy or low income area?
Identify one category of evidence accumulated during a fraud investigation, and explain what types of items are classified as such. How does the forensic accountant work with the type of evidence you selected? Identify a challenge the accountant faces in dealing with this evidence during the investigation process.
1. Rodney Company's December 31 year-end financial statements contained the following errors: December 31, 2010 December 31, 2011 Ending inventory .......... $4,000 understated $3,600 overstated Depreciation expense ...... 800 understated -- An insurance premium of $3,600 was prepaid in 2010 covering the years 2010,
19-2 (One Temporary Difference, Tracked for 4 Years, One Permanent Difference, Change in Rate) The pretax financial income of Parker-Gregory Company differs from its taxable income throughout each of 4 years as follows. Pretax Taxable Year Financial Income Income Tax Rate 2007 28
E 12-13 Explain why the senior managers at Quantum have an incentive to overinvest: Explain why senior managers at Aquafinn have incentive to underinvest: P 12-16 Suggest a transfer price for the fabric assuming that the Fabric Division is operating at only 60% capacity due to a surge in popularity of easy care fabri
What is the accumulated value of a $1,000 contribution to a qualified defined contribution plan under each of the circumstances described in the table below? Tax Rate Before-tax Rate of Return Investment Period 10% 8% 5 years 30% 8% 5 years 30% 4% 5 years 30% 4% 10 years Suppose instead that the $1,000 is paid
I have this problem for a practice exam, and am stumped. For the corporation's basis of $40,000, since corporations don't get stepped-up basis, however I am not sure if that is right. Parts b-d I really don't have a clue (was eric's basis $100,000 or $125,000?), and would appreciate help from a qualified professional. Probl
Tony had a 40% interest in the Apollo LLC's profits and losses. The balance in his capital account was -$240,000 (negative capital). The LLC's only liability was $1,000,000 nonrecourse mortgage. a. What would be the tax consequences to Tony if he sold one-half of his interest in the LLC to Zach for $100? b. What would be th
Is there a point when battling fraud becomes too expensive?
Please see attachment for better formatting. AE10-7 The following financial data were reported by Mac Company for 2007 and 2008 ($ in millions). MAC COMPANY Balance Sheets (partial) 2008 2007 Current assets Cash and cash equivalents $2,406 $1,799 Accounts receivable, net 3,824 3,349 Inventories
24. Fehr Co. purchased a patent from Wells Co. for $180,000 on July 1, 2005. Expenditures of $51,000 for successful litigation in defense of the patent were paid on July 1, 2008. Fehr estimates that the useful life of the patent will be 20 years from the date Directions: Prepare a computation of the carrying value
Drake Electronics manufactures a number of electronic devices. The company got its start during World War II by manufacturing radio communications equipment for the military. However, today one of their major products is a liquid crystal display (LCD). Their LCDs are used in a variety of applications, including cockpit displays.
Visit the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Web site and read a short introduction on Joseph T. Wells (http://www.acfe.com). (Hint: He was not only the founder but is listed as an instructor.) a. What is Well's background before becoming chairman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners? What major aspects of h
Suppose you own $1 million worth of 30-year Treasury bonds. Is this asset riskless? b. You own $1 million worth of 90-day Treasury bills. You â??roll overâ? this investment every 90 days by reinvesting the proceeds in another issue of 90-day Treasury bills. Is this investment riskless? c. Can you think of an asset that i
Give an example of the conditions under which it is reasonable to regard an eyewitness account as credible? What makes it credible?
Fraud Accounting: Name the five reactions to crises and briefly describe how both Jim and Judd proceeded through each phase.
Jim has been a faithful employee of Daddy's Denture, Inc. (DD) for four years. He has held various positions where he handles receipts, credit memos, and other accounting records. Along with recently added responsibilities, Jim has discovered more opportunity to commit fraud. Over the past three months, Jim figured out that he c
See attached file. The management of AAAA Company has observed that the company's cash outflows have been increasing much more rapidly than its inflows. Management cannot understand the change; from its perspective, it has been "business as usual." Management has asked you, a fraud expert, to help them understand what is goin