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Effective interest amortization for a bond premium

On January 1, 2012, Crume Incorporated issued bonds with a face value of $100,000, a stated rate of interest of 9 percent, and a five-year term to maturity. Interest is payable in cash on December 31 of each year. The effective rate of interest was 8 percent at the time the bonds were issued. The bonds sold for $103,993. Crume used the effective interest rate method to amortize bond discount.

a. Prepare an amortization table as shown in the attachment.
b. What item(s) in the table would appear on the 2014 balance sheet?
c. What item(s) in the table would appear on the 2014 income statement?
d. What item(s) in the table would appear on the 2014 statement of cash flows?

Recording and reporting treasury stock transactions

Midwest Corp. completed the following transactions in 2012, the first year of operation.

1. Issued 20,000 shares of $10 par common stock at par
2. Issued 2,000 shares of $30 stated value preferred stock at $32 per share.
3. Purchased 500 shares of common stock as treasury stock for $15 per share.
4. Declared a 5 percent dividend on preferred stock.
5. Sold 300 shares of treasury stock for $18 per share.
6. Paid the cash dividend on preferred stock that was declared in Event 4.
7. Earned a cash service revenue of $75,000, and incurred cash operating expenses of $42,000.
8. Appropriated $6,000 of retained earnings.

a. Organize the transaction in accounts under an accounting equation.
b. Prepare the stockholders' equity section of the balance sheet as of December 31, 2012.

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The balance sheets with amortization, bond trades, and stock types are given.

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