1. The issue price of bonds is equal to
the present value of the principal
the present value of the interest
the present value of the principal minus the present value of the interest
the present value of the principal plus the present value of the interest
2. Striker Gold Mine issued bonds that will all be outstanding for a period of five years and then will mature on a series of specified dates over the next ten years. Which term below best describes the bonds issued by Striker Gold Mine?
3. A 10% bond is sold at a price that will result in a 9% effective yield. Therefore, we can conclude that the price at which the bond was sold was
greater than face value
less than face value
equal to face value
not determinable from above information
4. Which of the following situations is NOT consistent with the circumstances of a capital lease?
a company is using a resource for most of its useful life
a company controls the resource as if it had been purchased
a company records a liability equal to the present value of the lease payments
a company records a rental expense every time a lease payment is made
5. The direct investment made by stockholders in a corporation is known as
6. Which of the following is the number of shares actually in the hands of stockholders?
7. A company sold $100,000 of common stock at par value. This transaction should be entered into the accounting system as
8. Soft Rock, Inc. sold 4,000 shares of its treasury stock to a new investor. Which of the following increased?
Authorized Stock Issued Stock
9. Upbeat Music Stores issued $500,000 face value of zero coupon bonds having a life of 10 years. (Zero coupon bonds pay zero percent interest.) If the market rate of interest is 8 percent, at what price did these bonds sell?
10. General Toys, Inc. sold five year bonds having a face value of $100,000 and a coupon rate of 7% when the market rate was 9%. The present value of $1 at 9% for five periods is $0.6499. The present value of a $1 annuity for 5 periods at 9% is $3.8897. At what price did these bonds sell?
11. Which of the following sometimes involves an adjustment to the par value of the stock involved?
purchase of stock as an investment
12. When a company declares and distributes a 40% stock dividend, which of the following usually occur?
Retained Earnings Contributed Capital
13. The issuance of a common stock dividend
reduces a company's retained earnings balance
brings new owners into a corporation
decreases the number of shares of outstanding stock
increases a company's retained earnings balance
14. The term "cumulative" is used to describe a feature of which of the following?
15. Frostbite Cold Storage Company was incorporated early in 2007 Since then, the following stock has been outstanding:
Preferred stock, 5%, $25 par 8,000 shares
Common stock, $20 par 10,000 shares
On December 31, 2009, the company declared and paid a total of $50,000 in dividends. This was the first dividend declared by the business. That is, until this date no dividends had been declared or paid during the first two years of operations.
If the preferred stock is cumulative, what is the most that will be available out of the $50,000 dividend for payment to the COMMON shareholders?
16. Which of the following is a FALSE statement?
common stock can be issued at a price greater than its par value
treasury stock can be sold at a price less than its cost
the claims of owners are honored before those of creditors
retained earnings is profit reinvested in a corporation
17. The issue price of bonds is equal to the present value of the principal plus the present value of the interest.
18. The direct investment made by stockholders in a corporation is known as
19. The term "contributed capital" includes
amounts received in excess of par value
amounts borrowed from banks
authorized but unissued shares
20. Stock splits and stock dividends will result in a reduction of total stockholders' equity.
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