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Classified balance sheet for the Almway Corporation December 31 2013

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The following is a December 31, 2013, post-closing trial balance for Almway Corporation.

Account Title Debits Credits
Cash 51,000
Investments 116,000
Accounts receivable 63,000
Inventories 203,000
Prepaid insurance 9,000
Land 96,000
Buildings 423,000
Accumulated depreciation—buildings 103,000
Equipment 113,000
Accumulated depreciation—equipment 63,000
Patents (net of amortization) 13,000
Accounts payable 81,000
Notes payable 139,000
Interest payable 23,000
Bonds payable 243,000
Common stock 309,000
Retained earnings 126,000
Totals 1,087,000 1,087,000

Additional information:
1. The investment account includes an investment in common stock of another corporation of $33,000 which management intends to hold for at least three years. The balance of these investments is intended to be sold in the coming year.

2. The land account includes land which cost $28,000 that the company has not used and is currently listed for sale.

3. The cash account includes $18,000 set aside in a fund to pay bonds payable that mature in 2016 and $26,000 set aside in a three-month Treasury bill.

4. The notes payable account consists of the following:
a. a $33,000 note due in six months.
b. a $53,000 note due in six years.
c. a $53,000 note due in 5 annual installments of $10,600 each, with the next installment due February 15, 2014.

5. The $63,000 balance in accounts receivable is net of an allowance for uncollectible accounts of $7,000.
6. The common stock account represents 103,000 shares of no par value common stock issued and outstanding. The corporation has 500,000 shares authorized.

Prepare a classified balance sheet for the Almway Corporation at December 31, 2013.

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Your tutorial is attached showing the initial amounts in each account of the classified balance sheet and then the reclassification indicated with a number by each so you can follow the work. Click in cells to see computations.