The 2012 balance sheet of the Blackberry Mountain Inc. is attached. During 2013, the following events occurred.
1. Paid cash $36,000 in advance for 3 years' rent of office on January 1.
2. On January 1, purchased 50 personal computers at a cost of $1,500 each, paying cash upon delivery.
3. On January 14, paid employees $5,560 which was earned and payable at the end of last year.
4. On February 10, Purchased merchandise on account from Texas Star Supply Co. $78,000, term 1/10, n/30. Assume the company used the periodic inventory system.
5. Purchased merchandise from Louisiana Gumbo Inc. and paid cash $82,000 on February 12.
6. On February 15, sold merchandise to Titan Inc. and received cash $42,000.
7. Paid off the balance to Texas Star Supply Co. on February 18.
8. On March 10, sold merchandise to Waco Trading Co. on account $130,000, term 2/10, n/30. Freight $1,200, F.O.B. destination.
9. On April 1, a tract of land was purchased for $40,000 and cash was paid.
10. Waco Trading Co. paid off its balance on April 5.
11. An additional $200,000 in common stock was issued at par on May 1.
12. Cash dividends totaling $10,000 were declared on June 13 and paid to stockholders on July 5.
13. On July 1, another land was purchased through the issuance of $80,000 in additional bonds (five year, interest rate 8%, paying interest semiannually on Jan. 1 and July 1.).
14. On July 30, the company paid the utilities expenses $10,208 in cash.
15. On August 1, sold merchandise to Tyler Exporting Inc. on account $200,000, term 1/10, n/30. Freight $1,500, F.O.B. shipping point.
16. Tyler Exporting Inc. paid off half of the balance on August 10.
17. On August 15, write off $1,350 bad debt for one account, Irvine Trading, LLC.
18. Tyler Exporting Inc. paid off the rest of its balance on August 30.
19. On September 1, pay cash $97,532 to Laredo Supply Co. for merchandise purchased last year.
20. Paid off bank loans $80,000 and accrued interest $6,000 on October 1.
21. Over the year, sales and office employees earned $98,900 in salaries and wages, of which $3,000 was still payable at the end of year.
22. An unpaid utilities bill (December, $1,292) is due on January 10 next year.
Additional Information at the end of the year:
1. Depreciation expense for the year was $24,350.
2. The company estimated that it has to pay federal income tax, $13,290.
3. After physically counting, the company decided that the ending inventories worth $455,113.
4. Based on its historical data, the company estimated that the bad debts were about 1% of credit sales.
5. The company used the gross method to record its purchases and sales on credit.
BLACKBERRY MOUNTAIN INC.
DECEMBER 31, 2012
Less: Allowance for Doubtful Accounts
Total Current Assets
Investments in held-for-maturity securities
Land held for future development
Property, Plant, and Equipment
Less: Accumulated Depreciation
Capitalized Development Costs
Other Identifiable Intangible Assets
Total Non-Current Assets
Deposit Received from Customers
Provisions Related to Warranties
Salary and Wages Payable
Total Current Liabilities
Provisions Related to Pensions
Total Non-Current Liabilities
Paid-in-capital - Common Stock
Paid-in-capital - Preferred Stock
Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income
Less: Treasury Stock
Total Stockholders' Equity
Total Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
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