BE2-25 Smolinski Company is considering an investment which will return a lump sum of $500,000 five years from now. What amount should Smolinski Company pay for this investment to earn a 15% return?
Gordon Company issued $1,000,000, 10-year bonds and agreed to make annual sinking fund deposits of $80,000. The deposits are made at the end of each year into an account paying 5% annual interest. What amount will be in the sinking fund at the end of 10 years?
The board of directors is considering a stock split or a stock dividend. They understand that total stockholders' equity will remain the same under either action. However, they are not sure of the different effects of the two types of actions on other aspects of stockholders' equity. Explain the differences to the directors.
2. (a) Your friend Dick Wasson cannot understand how the characteristic of corporation management is both an advantage and a disadvantage. Clarify this problem for Dick. (b) Identify and explain two other disadvantages of a corporation. statements?
5. What is the process for incorporating?
E1-2 The ledger of Salizar Company at the end of the current year shows Accounts Receivable $110,000, Sales $840,000, and Sales Returns and Allowances $40,000. Instructions Using Microsoft Excel (a) If Allowance for Doubtful Accounts has a credit balance of $2,500 in the trial balance, journalize the adjusting entry at Dec
Instructions: Match the cash expenditures given below with the appropriate accounting treatment. An individual classification may be used more than once, or not at all. Treatments A. Record the expenditure as an asset and depreciate it. B. Record the expenditure as an asset and amortize it. C. Record the expenditure as an as
Section One: P1-6B P1-6B On January 1, 2002, Case Western Company had Accounts Receivable of $54,200 and Allowance for Doubtful Accounts of $4,700. Case Western Company prepares financial statements annually. During the year the following selected transactions occurred. Jan 5 Sold 7,000 of merchandise to Garth Brooks Comp
P1-8B In recent years, Letterman Company purchased three machines. Because of heavy turnover in the accounting department, a different accountant was in charge of selecting the depreciation method for each machine, and various methods were selected. Information concerning the machines is summarized below. (see chart in attac
E1-23 Hootie and the Blow Fish, Inc., organized in 2002, has the following transactions related to intangible assets. 1/2/02 Purchased patent (7-year life) $490,000 4/1/02 Goodwill purchased (indefinite life) 360,000 7/1/02 10-year franchise; expiration date 7/1/2012 420,000 9/1/02 Research and development costs 185,000
E1-16 Lindy Rig, the new controller of Bellingham Company, has reviewed the expected useful lives and salvage values of selected depreciable assets at the beginning of 2002. Her findings are as follows. Useful Life Accumulated in Years Salvage Value Type of Date Depreciation Asset Acquired Cost 1/1/02 Old Proposed Old Pro
1. Chris Rock believes a current liability is a debt that can be expected to be paid in one year. Is Chris correct? Explain.
1. Does your employer pay taxes on your behalf? Explain your answer.
Crystal Images is a manufacturer of collectible statues. The price per statue at which x statues can be sold in a month is given by p(x)= 655 - 10x dollars. The monthly cost of producing x statues is C(x) = 4800 + 100x dollars. Assume that 0<- x <- 50. (**the <- sign is the greater than or equals to sign, Im not sure how
The number of workers paying into social security for each retiree receiving social security benefits is: a. fixed by law. b. increasing c. Decreasing d. Relatively constant
Eric's credit card charges Eric 16% interest. His bank is offering him 5% interest on a savings account. The first thing Eric should do with any extra money he may have is to: a. Invest in the stock market b. open a savings account c. pre-pay for necessities, like rent and utilities d. pay off the credit card balance.
The $1,000 face value bonds issued by the Springfield Fabrication Corporation are perceived by investors as being less attractive than other bonds sold by other businesses ate the same time. The most likely selling price for these bonds in the market would be: a. $1,000 b. $1.200 c. $875 d. $1,100
Businesses benefit from securities markets primarily by: a. having a convenient place to invest in stocks and bonds b. obtaining the capital they need to finance their operations c. securing memberships on the various exchanges d. participating in the mutual funds of investment bankers.
The purpose fo the cuttent ratio is to evaluate the firm's ability to: a. generate sales with a given level of current assets b. utilize current assets profitably c. pay its bills in the short run d. effectively use borrowed funds
Which of the following projects would be best accomplished using spreadsheet software? a. publishing a four page newsletter complete with charts, graphs, and photographs b. maintaining a list of customer names and addresses that can be easily sorted and edited c. setting up a worksheet to compute monthly car payments for v
Record the following transactions on the books of Essex Co. (a) On July 1, Essex Co. sold merchandise on account to Harrard Inc. for $16,000, terms 2/10, n/30. (b) On July 8, Harrard Inc. returned merchandise worth $3,800 to Essex Co. (c) On July 11, Harrard Inc. paid for the merchandise.
2. What are some common types of receivables other than accounts receivable and notes receivable?
Match the items below by entering the appropriate letter in the space. 1. Partnership 2. Liabilities 3. Revenues 4. General ledger 5. Matching principle 6. Unearned revenues 7. Income summary 8. Intangible assets 9. Freight-out 10. Sales returns an
Adjusting Entries The following information for Marx Company is available on June 30, 2000, the end of a monthly accounting period. You are to prepare the necessary adjusting journal entries for Marx Company for the month of June for each situation given. Appropriate adjusting entries had been recorded in previous months.
Closing Entries The end of the period account balances after adjustments of the Falcon Cleaners and Laundry are as follows: Account Balances (After Adjustments) Cash $ 10,000 Cleaning Supplies 3,500 Prepaid Rent 3,600 Equipment 128,000 Accumulated Depreciation-Equipment 20,000 Accounts Payable 8,500 Common St
Journal Entries Prepare the necessary general journal entries for the month of October for the Dolan Company for each situation given below. Dolan uses a perpetual inventory system. Oct. 5 Paid cash of $12,000 for operating expenses that were incurred and properly recorded in the previous period. Oct. 8 Purchased mercha
Correcting Entries: The following errors were made in journalizing and posting transactions in May in the Unruh Company. 1. An $800 payment for repairs incurred on account and properly recorded in April was debited to Repair Expense $800 and credited to Cash $800. 2. A collection of $2,000 on account from a customer was r
Periodic Inventories Olsen Company uses the periodic inventory method and had the following inventory information available for the month of November. Date Transaction Units Unit Cost 11/1 Beginning inventory 400 $3 11/5 Purchase No. 1 600 $5 11/12 Sale No. 1 (300) 11/18 Purchase No. 2 400 $6 11/25 Sale No. 2 (600)
What principles of internal control apply to most businesses?
How can you use what you have learned in this course in your daily work? Can you help improve what goes on in your company or could have helped in a prior company?