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    FIN 324: Financial Accounting Practice Exam

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    1. Chuck McElravy owns Common Grounds Coffee House, near the campus of Manatee College. The business has cash of $2,000, furniture that cost $8,000 and account receivable from customers for $1,000. Debts include accounts payable of $1,000 and a $6,000 note payable. How much equity does McElravy have in the business? Using McElravy's figures, write the accounting equation of Common Grounds Coffee House.

    2. Michaels Corporation expects earnings before interest and taxes to be $45,000 for this period. Assuming an ordinary tax rate of 40 percent, compute the firm's earnings after taxes and earnings available for common stockholders (earnings after taxes and preferred stock dividends, if any) under the following conditions:
    a. The firm pays $10,000 in interest.
    b. The firm pays $10,000 in preferred stock dividends.

    3. Given the following information, prepare, in good form, an income statement for the Dental Drilling Company as of December 31, 2003.

    Selling and administrative expense $ 60,000
    Depreciation expense 70,000
    Sales 500,000
    Interest expense 40,000
    Cost of goods sold 140,000
    Taxes 45,000

    Dental Drilling Company Income Statement: period ending December 31, 2003.

    4. For ABC Corporation as of December 31, 2002 prepare a Balance Sheet in proper order based on the following information. Arrange the following items in proper balance sheet presentation.

    Accumulated depreciation $ 300,000
    Retained earnings 96,000
    Cash 20,000
    Bonds payable 166,000
    Accounts receivable 48,000
    Plant and equipment-original cost 700,000
    Accounts payable 35,000
    Allowance for bad debts 6,000
    Common stock $1 par, 100,000 shares outstanding 100,000
    Inventory 66,000
    Preferred stock, $50 par, 1,000 shares outstanding 50,000
    Marketable securities 20,000
    Investments 20,000
    Notes payable 33,000
    Capital paid in excess of par (common stock) 88,000

    5. Louis Nicosia operates four 7-11 stores. He has just received the monthly bank statement at October 31 from City National Bank, and the statement shows an ending balance of $3,840. Listed on the statement are an EFT rent collection of $400, a service charge of $12, two NSF checks totaling $74, and a $9 charge for printed checks. In reviewing his cash records, Nicosia identifies outstanding checks totaling $467 and an October 31 deposit in transit of $1,788. During October, he recorded a $290 check for the salary of a part-time employee by debiting Salary Expense and crediting Cash for $29. Nicosia's Cash account shows an October 31 cash balance of $5,117. Prepare the bank reconciliation at October 31.
    Balance per Bank Statement on October 31....... $3,840

    Add: Deposits in Transit......... $1,788.00
    Deduct: Outstanding Checks.... $467.00
    Adjusted Balance per Bank......... $5,161.00

    Balance per Books on October 31... $5,117.00

    Deduct: Bank Service Charges.... $12.00
    Deduct: NSF Checks and Fees.... $74.00
    Deduct: Check Printing Charges...$9.00
    Deduct: Check Error................ $261.00
    Add: EFT Payment..................$400.00

    Adjusted Balancer per Books...... $5161.00

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