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Subject: Consolidated Financial Statements - Intercompany Asset Transactions

1. What is the impact on consolidated financial statements of upstream and downstream transfers?

a. No difference exists in consolidated financial statements between upstream and downstream
transfers.
b. Downstream transfers affect the computation of the noncontrolling interest's share of the subsidiary's
income but upstream transfers do not.
c. Upstream transfers affect the computation of the noncontrolling interest's share of the subsidiary's
income but downstream transfers do not.
d. Downstream transfers can be ignored since they are made by the parent company.

28. Asphalt acquired 70 percent of Broadway on June 11, 1993. Based on the purchase price, an intangible
of $300,000 was recognized and is being amortized at the rate of $10,000 per year. The 2004
financial statements are as follows:

Asphalt sells inventory costing $72,000 to Broadway during 2003 for $120,000. At year's end, 30
percent is left. Asphalt sells inventory costing $200,000 to Broadway during 2004 for $250,000. At
year's end, 20 percent is left. Under these circumstances, determine the consolidated balances for the
following accounts:

Sales
Cost of Goods Sold
Operating Expenses
Dividend Income
Noncontrolling Interest in Consolidated Income
Inventory
Noncontrolling Interest in Subsidiary, 12/31/04

29. Compute the balances in problem 28 again, assuming that the intercompany transfers were all made
from Broadway to Asphalt.

Subject: Variable Interest Entities, Intercompany Debt, Consolidated Cash Flows, and Other Issues

22. On January 1, 2004, Russell issues 10,000 additional shares of common stock for $15 per share.
Chapman does not acquire any of this newly issued stock. How would this transaction affect the Additional
Paid-In Capital account of the parent company?

a. Has no effect on it.
b. Increases it by $16,600.
c. Decreases it by $31,200.
d. Decreases it by $48,750.

32. The following information has been taken from the consolidation worksheet of Peak and its 90
percent-owned subsidiary, Valley:

? Peak reports a $12,000 gain on the sale of a building. The building had a book value of
$32,000 but was sold for $44,000 cash.
? The noncontrolling interest in Valley's income is reported as $23,000.
? Intercompany inventory transfers of $129,000 occurred during the current period.
? A $30,000 dividend was paid by Valley during the year with $27,000 of this amount going to
Peak.
? Amortization of an intangible asset recognized by Peak's purchase was $16,000 for the current
period.
? Consolidated accounts payable decreased by $11,000 during the year.

Indicate how each of these events is reflected on a consolidated statement of cash flows.

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Subject: Consolidated Financial Statements - Intercompany Asset Transactions

1. What is the impact on consolidated financial statements of upstream and downstream transfers?

a. No difference exists in consolidated financial statements between upstream and downstream
transfers.
b. Downstream transfers affect the computation of the noncontrolling interest's share of the subsidiary's
income but upstream transfers do not.
c. Upstream transfers affect the computation of the noncontrolling interest's share of the subsidiary's
income but downstream transfers do not.
d. Downstream transfers can be ignored since they are made by the parent company.

28. Asphalt acquired 70 percent of Broadway on June 11, 1993. Based on the purchase price, an intangible
of $300,000 was recognized and is being amortized at the rate of $10,000 per year. The 2004
financial statements are as follows:

Asphalt sells inventory costing $72,000 to Broadway during 2003 for $120,000. At year's end, 30
percent is left. Asphalt sells inventory costing $200,000 to Broadway during 2004 for $250,000. At
year's end, 20 percent is left. Under these circumstances, determine the consolidated balances for the
following accounts:

Sales
Cost of Goods Sold
Operating Expenses
Dividend Income
Noncontrolling Interest in Consolidated Income
Inventory
Noncontrolling Interest in Subsidiary, 12/31/04

29. Compute the balances in problem 28 again, assuming that the intercompany transfers were all made
from Broadway to Asphalt.

Subject: Variable Interest Entities, Intercompany Debt, Consolidated Cash Flows, and Other Issues

22. On January 1, 2004, Russell issues 10,000 additional shares of common stock for $15 per share.
Chapman does not acquire any of this newly issued stock. How would this transaction affect the Additional
Paid-In Capital account of the parent company?

a. Has no effect on it.
b. Increases it by $16,600.
c. Decreases it by $31,200.
d. Decreases it by $48,750.

32. The following information has been taken from the consolidation worksheet of Peak and its 90
percent-owned subsidiary, Valley:

? Peak reports a $12,000 gain on the sale of a building. The building had a book value of
$32,000 but was sold for $44,000 cash.
? The noncontrolling interest in Valley's income is reported as $23,000.
? Intercompany inventory transfers of $129,000 occurred during the current period.
? A $30,000 dividend was paid by Valley during the year with $27,000 of this amount going to
Peak.
? Amortization of an intangible asset recognized by Peak's purchase was $16,000 for the current
period.
? Consolidated accounts payable decreased by $11,000 during the year.

Indicate how each of these events is reflected on a consolidated statement of cash flows.

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