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    Effect of Accounting Events on Sole Proprietorship

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    A sole proprietorship was started on January 1, 2014, when it received $30,000 cash from Alex Ard, the owner. During 2014, the company earned $50,000 in cash revenues and paid $22,300 in cash expenses. Ard withdrew $10,000 cash from the business during 2014.

    Prepare the income statement, capital statement (statement of changes in equity), balance sheet, and statement of cash flows for Ard's 2014 fiscal year.

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    Since this is a sole proprietorship, a capital statement has been prepared, not a statement of changes in equity, which is for corporations.

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    Ard Sole Proprietorship
    Income statement
    For the Year Ended December 31, 2014
    Description Amount ($)
    Revenue ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution contains all financial statements (income statement, capital statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows) for the accounting effects of a sole proprietorship in a pdf file. An Excel worksheet showing all computations for the statements is also provided.

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