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    Financial Accounting Problems on Recording Intangible Assets

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    Posting and journalizing transactions. See attached file for full problem descriptions.

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    Hootie and the Blow Fish Inc
    Balance Sheet- Partial
    December 31, 2002

    Non- Current Assets:
    Intangibles:
    Patents $490,000
    Less: Amortization $70,000
    Net Patents $420,000
    Goodwill $360,000
    Franchise $420,000
    Less: Amortization $21,000
    Net Franchise $399,000
    Total Intangibles $1,179,000

    Hootie and the Blow Fish Inc
    Income Statement- Partial
    For the Year Ended December 31, 2002

    Operating Expenses:
    Amortization Expense - Franchise $21,000
    Amortization Expense - Patents $70,000
    Total Operating Expense $91,000
    Research & Development Expense $185,000
    Total Expenses $276,000
    P1-5A)
    a)
    General journal
    Date Account Titles & Explanations Debit Credit
    Oct. 7 Accounts Receivable $6,900
    Sales ...

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