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Johnson Inc: Calculate after tax cash flow from sale of inventory to Brad

13. Johnson Inc sold inventory to its sole shareholder, Brad, at its FMV of $140,000 when its tax basis was $200,000 resulting in a $60,000 realized loss. The corporation's marginal tax rate for the year was 34%. Its after-tax cash flow from the sale was A. $100,000 B. $20,400 C. $140,000 D. $119,600 Please show work i

Understanding Financial Statements

Explain the importance of understanding inventory valuation methods in determining the quality of the profit numbers. If you compared two different companies that used two different valuation methods, how might the quality of the results differ? Also, comment on the difficulty in making comparisons between two firms that use

Kumari Corporation: Cost of ending work in process inventory

Question 5: Kumari Corporation uses the weighted-average method in its process costing system. Data concerning the first processing department for the most recent month are listed below: Beginning work in process inventory: Units in beginning work in process inventory 190 Materials costs $3,300 Conversion costs $6,6

Inventory Systems and Calculating Revenues, Expenses, and Income

QS 5-8 Identify whether each description best applies to a periodic or a perpetual inventory system. a. Provides more timely information to managers. b. Requires an adjusting entry to record inventory shrinkage. c. Markedly increased in frequency and popularity in business within the past decade. d. Records cost of

Managerial accounting: Coronet Co, Presidente Co: inventory purchases

Please see attached file. 13. Coronet Company provided the following information related to its inventory sales and purchases for December 2007 and the first quarter of 2008: Desired ending inventory levels are 25% of the following month's projected cost of goods sold. Budgeted purchases of inventory in February 200


1. Coolidge Company estimates that its production workers will work 125,000 direct labor hours during the upcoming period and that overhead costs will amount to $500,000. What predetermined overhead rate would be used to apply overhead to production during the period? 2. During 2007, Jackson Company estimated that its man

Several Accounting Questions

Please see attached excel worksheet dealing with accounting questions. 23. Vulcan Co. uses the perpetual inventory method. The inventory records for Vulcan reflected the following: 1-Jan Beginning Inventory 300 Units @ 2.10 12-Jan First Purchase 400 Units @ 2.40 21-J

Perpetual Inventory Calculations for Parker Company

Parker Company uses a perpetual inventory system. It entered into the following calendar-year 2005 purchases and sales transactions: Jan. 1 Beginning inventory . . . . . . . 600 units @ $44/unit Feb. 10 Purchase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 units @ $40/unit Mar. 13 Purchase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 units @

Inventory costing methods - perpetual

Lakia Corporation reported the following current-year purchases and sales data for its only product: Date Date Activities Units Acquired at Cost Units Sold at Retail es Units Acquired at Cost Units Sold at Retail Jan. 1 Beginning inventory . . . . . . 120 units@ $6.00 = $ 720 Jan. 10 Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

12 financial accounting problems: inventory, petty cash and other

See attached file. 1. The following information is taken from the balance sheet of Meirski Company on January 1, 2009: Use the information on January 1, 2009 to determine the effect of the following entry on the current ratio of Meirski Company: This transaction will: have no effect on the current ratio. cause

Inventory an agency's various services and activities; recommend program structure

You have been appointed by the new executive director to chair a committee of agency administrators charged with (1) conducting an inventory of the agency's various services and activities, (2) recommending a program structure, and (3) recommending responsibility center designations for each program. The committee has complete

FIFO and LIFO using periodic and perpetual systems.

Cost-flow assumptions?FIFO and LIFO using periodic and perpetual systems. The inventory records of Twilight, Inc., reflected the following information for the year ended December 31, 2005: Number of Unit Total Units Cost Cost Inventory, January 1 150 25 3750 Purchases: 30-May 250 26 6

Auditing: accounts payable, inventory, subsequent events, evidence

REQUIRED: 1. Discuss the auditors' approach to the verification of liabilities and assets. 2. Which do you consider the more significant step in establishing strong internal control over accounts payable transactions: the approval of an invoice for payment or the issuance of check in payment of an invoice? Discuss. 3. D

Big Pig Gig & Jig Inventory

Need to know how to calculate the attached problems. Big Pig Gig & Jig (BPGJ) is an incorporated (2005) restaurant for big eaters and has a room specially reinforced for line dancing. As you can imagine the specialty at BPGJ is BBQ pork, and when the house band, Slim Jim, plays their specialty number, Stay offa my feet 'caus

Auditing: inventory issues

REQUIRED: 1.Explain the complexities inherent in auditing inventory. 2.Discuss appropriate internal controls over inventory. 3.Discuss the procedures for testing the details of inventory and cost of goods sold

LIFo, FIFO, COGS, Moving Average

See attached Excel Given info: S Surfer Inc. is a retailer operating in Gothum, PA. S Surfer uses the perpetual inventory method. All sales returns from customers result in the goods being returned to inventory; the inventory is not damaged. Assume that there are no credit transactions; a

ETHICS CASE: S R Marsh Wholesale LIFO pricing of inventory to lower income

S. R. Marsh Wholesale Corp. uses the LIFO method of inventory costing. In the current year, profit at S. R. Marsh is running unusually high. The corporate tax rate is also high this year, but it is scheduled to decline significantly next year. In an effort to lower the current year's net income and to take advantage of the chang

A Company sells inventory to C Corporation.

* A Company sells inventory to C Corporation. Several months after the sale, C Corporation gains control of A Company in a purchase transaction. C still holds the inventory purchased from A. After examination of the transaction, it is determined that it was the result of arms'-length bargaining. For purposes of preparing conso

At the end of the month the company had 1800 units on hand.

I tried to start working on this but I am confused, is this using cost of goods equation? However I do not have the ending inventory... Basic data regarding purchases and sales: Date Activity Units Unit costa 2/1 Begin invent 600 1.50 2/9 Purchase 1300 1.70 2/15

FIFO Perpetual Inventory System Calculations

1. ABC uses a FIFO perpetual inventory system and has the following inventory transactions during 2007. Purchases of $3,000,000. The physical inventory count at the beginning and ending of 2007 consisted of the following: Beginning Ending Raw materials $500,000 $400,000 Work-in-process $95,000 $85,000 Finished G