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The following accounts appear on the Income Statement and Balance Sheet for a Phoenix-based electronics firm. All figures are in thousands. Arrange these accounts into proper statement format, and supply missing values for the accounts indicated.

· Cash $13,637

· Total Current Liabilities $22,737

· Total Assets ????

· Net Income After Taxes $ 5,007

· Net Property & Equip. $10,570

· Operating Expenses $28,712

· Total Long Term Debt ????

· Other Non-Oper. Income $ 8,156

· Total Current Assets $66,639

· Operating Income (EBIT) -$ 2,864

· Gross Profit ????

· Cost of Goods Sold $59,653

· Accounts Receivable $18,778

· Stockholder's Equity $59,349

· Total Liabilities $24,561

· Other Current Assets ????

· Other Fixed Assets ????

· Provision for Income Tax $ 285

· Income Before Taxes $ 5,292

· Revenues $ 85,501

· Total Liab. & Equity ????

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This solution elaborates on the different accounts that are available in a balance sheet and how to find the missing values from some other values in the balance sheet.

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Use the following information for Problem 15 through 19.

On January 1, 2006 Polk Corporation and Strass Corporattion had condensed balance sheets as follows: Polk Strass
Current Assets .............................................. 70,000 20,000
Non currents assets........................................ 90,000 40,000
Total Assets................................................ 160,000 60,00

Current Liabilities........................................ 30,000 10,000
Long term debt............................................. 50,000 -----
Stockholders Equity...................................... 80,000 50,000

Total liabilities and equities.............................. $160,000 $60,000

On January 2, 2006, Polk borrowed 60,000 and used the proceeds to purchases the 90 percent of the out standing common shares of Stream. This debt is payable in 10 equal annual principal payment s. plus interest beginning December 31, 2006.
The excess cost of the investment over the underlying book value of the acquired net assets is allocated to inventory (60 percent) and to goodwill (40 percent). On a consolidation balance sheet as of January 2, 2006. What should be the amount for each of the following?

15. Current Asssets:
-a- 99,000, b- 96,000, c- 90,000. d- 79,000.

16. Non current assets.
a-130,000, b- 134,000, c- 136,000, d- 140,000.

17. Current liabilities.
a- 50,000, b- 46,000, c-40,000, d-30,000

18. Non current liabilities, including noncontrolling interest.
a-115,000, b- 109,000, c-104,000, d- 55,000

19. Stockholder's equity.
a- 80,000, b- 85,000, c-90,000, d-130,000 (AICPA adapted)

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