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    Balance Sheet and income Statement of Different Companies

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    Question 1
    15-44 Earnings Statement, Retained Earnings
    Colgate-Palmolive Company has many well-known products, including Colgate toothpaste, Speed Stick deodorants, Softsoap, and Irish Spring soaps. The following is a reproduction of the terms and amounts in the financial statements contained in the company's annual report for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2005 (in millions):
    Net sales $11,396.9 Retained earnings at
    Cash 340.7 beginning of year $8,223.9
    Interest and other expense 136.0 Cost of sales 5,191.9
    Income taxes 727.6 Dividends declared 607.2
    Accounts payable 876.1 Selling, general, and
    Other expenses 69.2 administrative expenses 3,920.8
    EXCEL Application Exercise
    1. Choose the relevant data and prepare the income statement for the fiscal year. The final three lines of the income statement should be labeled earnings before income taxes, income taxes, and net earnings.
    2. Also show the change in retained earnings for the fiscal year, and compute the beginning-of-the-year retained earnings balance.

    Question 2
    16-50 Reconciliation of Net Income and Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities
    Wisconsin Bottlers is a microbrewery in Milwaukee. By the end of 20X1, the company's cash balance had dropped to $6,000, despite net income of $239,000 in 20X1. Its transactions affecting income or cash in 20X1 were (in thousands):

    1. Sales were $3,003, all on credit. Cash collections from customers were $2,899.
    2. The cost of items sold was $2,096.
    3. Inventory increased by $56.
    4. Cash payments on trade accounts payable were $2,140.
    5. Payments to employees were $305; accrued wages payable decreased by $24.
    6. Other operating expenses, all paid in cash, were $105.
    7. Interest expense, all paid in cash, was $26.
    8. Income tax expense was $105; cash payments for income taxes were $108.
    9. Depreciation was $151.
    10. A warehouse was acquired for $540 cash.
    11. Equipment was sold for $37 cash; original cost was $196, accumulated depreciation was $159.
    12. Received $28 for issue of common stock.
    13. Retired long-term debt for $25 cash.
    14. Paid cash dividends of $89.

    1. Prepare a supporting schedule to the statement of cash flows that reconciles net income to net cash provided by operating activities.

    Question 3
    16-42 Balance Sheet and Income Statement
    The fiscal year for Honshu Company ends on May 31. Results for the year ended May 31, 20X1, included (in millions of Japanese yen except for number of shares outstanding):

    Cash and cash equivalents 35,000(YEN)
    Cost of goods sold 195,000
    Inventories 29,000
    Other current assets 6,000
    Fixed assets, net 217,000
    Net sales 415,000
    Receivables 22,000
    Debentures 77,000
    Research and development expenses 42,000
    Administrative and general expenses 65,000
    Other income (expenses), net (12,000)
    Capital construction fund* 28,000
    Selling and distribution expenses 41,000
    Other current liabilities 9,000
    Treasury stock (13,000)
    Long-term investments ?
    Accounts payable 19,000
    Mortgage bonds 84,000
    Deferred income tax liability 12,000
    Redeemable preferred stock 15,000
    Common stock, at par (50,000 shares outstanding) 5,000
    Paid-in capital in excess of par 102,000
    Income tax expense 49,000
    Accrued expenses payable 20,000
    Retained income 43,000
    Intangible assets 21,000
    *A noncurrent asset

    1. Prepare in proper form the balance sheet as of May 31, 20X1, and the income statement for the year ended May 31, 20X1. Include the proper amount for long-term investments.


    Question 4
    15-45 Interpreting the Income Statement and Balance Sheet (Nike 10-K Problem)
    Review Nike's income statement and balance sheet below on the two following pages. Answer the following questions using the two statements.

    1. Compute Nike's percentage increase in revenues and in total assets in fiscal 2006. Which increased more?
    2. Illustrate the balance sheet equation, using total assets, total liabilities, and shareholders' equity from Nike's May 31, 2006 balance sheet. (Add the $.3 million of redeemable preferred stock to shareholders' equity.)
    3. Nike's retained earnings increased from $4,396.5 million to $4,713.4 million during fiscal 2006. A small decrease in retained earnings, $0.3 million, is due to unexplained instances. Explain the remainder of the change in retained earnings.
    4. Did Nike's net income grow by a larger percentage in fiscal 2006 or fiscal 2005?

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