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Journal Entries: Interest expense, lease payment, stock issuance, revenue earned

1. You sold $100,000 of bonds on the date of issue for $92,278. The bonds have a stated rate of 8% and were sold to yield an effective rate of 10%. The bonds mature in 5 years and pay interest semi-annually on July 1st and January 1st. The discount is amortized on the straight-line method. What would total interest expense b

Risk Arising in Tangible Property and Intellectual Property

Attached are readings to further assist you. - Utility Industry of Florida in the United States. - Research various aspects of this industry for tangible and intellectual property issues. - Identify which properties are significant to the industry, what managers in the industry might do to protect an organization's p

Comparison of Operating and Sales-Type Leases

January 1, 2007 Nelson Company leases certain property to Queens Company at an annual rental of $60,000 payable in advance at the beginning of each year for 8 years. First payment received immediately. Leased property, which is new cost 275,000 and has an estimated economic life of 8 years and no residual value. Interest rate i

Journal entries for payroll, sales; liability, lease

I5-1: The following information is available concerning The Blue Collar Company's payroll for November, 2009: Employee Date of Hire October Year to Date Earnings November Earnings Federal Income Tax Withheld State Income Tax Withheld Z. Allen 1/6/2002 $104,000 $10,600 $3,200 $250 G. Burns 9/1/2009 6,000 3,000 600

HealthPlan Northwest's new computer system: NAL and IRR of the lease

HealthPlan Northwest must install a new $1 million computer to track patient records in its three service areas. It plans to use the computer for only three years, at which time a brand new system will be acquired that will handle both billing and patient records. The company can obtain a 10 percent bank loan to buy the comput

Big Sky Hospital's new MRI machine: NAL and IRR of the lease

Big Sky Hospital plans to obtain a new MRI that costs $1.5 million and has an estimated four-year useful life. It can obtain a bank loan for the entire amount and buy the MRI or it can lease the equipment. Assume that the following facts apply to the decision: - The MRI falls into the three-year class for tax deprecia

Lake Trolley Company: Lease vs Buy analysis

Please use Excel. (Net advantage to leasing) Lake Trolley Company is considering whether to lease or buy a new trolley that costs $25,000. The trolley can be depreciated straight line over an eight-year period to an estimated residual value of $5,000. Lake Trolley's cost of eight-year secured debt is 12%. Its required return

Long term debt and fixed charge coverage

Jones Petro Company reports the following consolidated statement of income: Operating revenues $2,989 Costs and expenses: Cost of rentals and royalties 543 Cost of sales 314 Selling, service, administrative, and general exp

Operating Lease by First National Bank of Springer to Allied Business Machines

The First National Bank of Springer has established a leasing subsidiary. A local firm, Allied Business Machines, has approached the bank to arrange lease financing for 10 million in new machinery. The economic life of the machinery is estimated to be 20 years. The estimated salvage value at the end of the 20-year period is

Lease Accounting: Various Issues

On January 1, Borman Company, a lessee, entered into three non cancelable leases for brand-new equipment, Lease J, Lease K, and Lease L. None of the three leases transfers ownership of the equipment to Borman at the end of the lease term. For each of the three leases, the present value at the beginning of the lease term of the m

Accounting for capital lease, deferred tax, bond issuance

The long-term liabilities section of Dayton Inc.'s December 31, 2008, balance sheet included the following: a. A capital lease liability with 20 remaining lease payments of$12,300 each, due annually on January 1: Lease liability $93,555 Less current portion

Pension Expenses for Bailey Company

9 total word problems. Please see the attached file. E20-1 Pension Expenses The Bailey Company has had a defined benefit pension plan for several years. At the end of 2007 the company's actuary provided the following information for 2007.... E20-2 On December 31, 2007 the Robey Company accumulated the following informa

Lease contract and leased asset for Synergetics Inc.

Can you help me get started with this assignment? Synergetics Inc. leased a new crane to Gumowski Construction under a five-year, non-cancelable contract starting September 1, 2008. The lease terms require payments of $22,000 each September 1, starting September 1, 2008. Synergetics will pay insurance, taxes, and maintenanc

Lease Computations for Incremental Borrowing Rates

Enro Tech Corporation is in the business of leasing new sophisticated satellite systems. As a lessor of satellites, Encotech purchased a new system on December 31, 2011. The system was delivered the same day (by prior arrangement) to Ocular Investment Company, a lessee. The corporation accountant revealed the following informa

Distinguish Between Capital Lease and Operating Lease

Can you help me get started? Milton Corporation entered into a lease arrangement with James Leasing Corporation for a certain machine. James's primary business is leasing, and it is not a manufacturer or dealer. Milton will lease the machine for a period of three years, which is 50 percent of the machine's economic life. J

Grant Corporation Leases an Asset to Pippin Corporation

On January 2, 2006, Grant Corporation leases an asset to Pippin Corporation under the following conditions: 1. Annual lease payments of $10,000 for twenty years. 2. At the end of the lease term the asset is expected to have a value of $2,750. 3. The fair market value of the asset at the inception of the lease is $92,625. 4

Recording the Lease and Entry to Record Interest Income

A. Assume the balance in the lease payable account is now $75,000 after amortizing the final $95,000 payment on the $625,000 capital lease in question 1. If the actual residual value and the guaranteed residual value are the same, record the return of the guaranteed residual value to the lessor by the lessee at the end of the le

Theory of Finance

Leasing Problems Use the following information to work Problems 1 and 7. You work for a nuclear research laboratory that is contemplating leasing a diagnostic scanner (leasing is a common practice with expensive, high-tech equipment). The scanner cost $300,000, and it would be depreciated straight-line to zero over four years

Financial Accounting Standards Board Memo

While working on a consulting engagement, a supervisor in your team has given you an assignment. The client is a regional trucking company. A new customer has approached the client with an opportunity that would require 120 trailers more than the trucking company currently owns. The client is uncertain how long the relationship

Lease type Amortization Schedule

Jacobsen Leasing Company leases a new machine that has a cost and fair value of $75,000 to Stadler Corporation on a 3-year noncancelable contract. Stadler Corporation agrees to assume all risks of normal ownership including such costs as insurance, taxes, and maintenance. The machine has a 3-year useful life and no residual valu

Balance Sheet and Income Statement Disclosure-Lessee

(Balance Sheet and Income Statement Disclosure-Lessee) The following facts pertain to a noncancelable lease agreement between Alschuler Leasing Company and McKee Electronics, a lessee, for a computer system. Inception date October 1, 2010 Lease term 6 years Economic life of leased equipment 6 years Fair value o

Various intricacies involved in taking bank loan

MEMO: Mr. Wilkson, Manager, I.T. Subject: 1) Purchase of Computer, Printer and Server 2) Through loan from a Bank. A loan is basically apportioning of financial assets between the lender and the borrower for a particular period. But for the use of his money the lender charges a fixed amount of interest.

Operating lease effect on capital reporting

Problem 1. The Remming Corp. has decided to lease an airplane on January 1, 2008. The company and its lessor have not yet decided the terms of the lease. Assume that the terms can be adjusted to permit Remming to either capitalize the lease or record it as an operating lease. After assessing the effect of lease accounting

Accounting for a Capital Lease for Horton Company

Horton Company, as lessee, enters into a lease agreement on July 1, 2008, for equipment. The following data are relevant to the lease agreement: 1. The term of the noncancelable lease is 4 years, with no renewal option. Payments of $422,689 are due on June 30 of each year. 2. The fair value of the equipment on July 1, 2008 is

Principles of Accounting Financial Statements

Find the most recent financial statements online of a public company in the retail industry, and post the URL. Using actual numbers, determine how this company's balance sheet is linked to its statement of cash flows, and how its income statement is linked to its balance sheet. Explain whether this financial data shows an impr