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Prepare Journal entries for each of the following:

1) Corporation sells 1,000,000 shares of $2.00 par value common stock to the public for a net proceeds of $10,000,000 on 10/1/2000.

2) Corporation declares a $.05 per share dividend units common stock on 9/15/2003. Total shares of common stock issued & outstanding on 9/15/2003 was 1,500,000.

3) Corporation pays the dividend declared in C) on 10/15/2003.

4) Corporation purchases 20,000 shares of its common stock for treasury at a price of $7.50 per share on 6/20/2004.

5) Corporation issues 10,000 shares of treasury stock for a parcel of land with an appraised value of $100,000 on 12/20/04.

6) On 7/1.2005 Corporation declared a 5% stock dividend payable on 8/1/2005 to shareholders of record on 7/15/2005. On 6/30/2005, corporation had a total of 1,750,00 $2 par common shares and the market price was $16.

7) For the year ended 12/31/2005 Corporation reports net income of $1,800.000.

8) On June 25,2004 Corporation declared a 2:1 stock split. Immediately preceding the stock split, they had 3,500,000 shares of $5.00 par value common stock outstanding.

B)
They sold $1,000,000 of 8% , 10 year bonds on July 1,2004 at a price of 107.1 to yield 7.0 %. The bonds pay interest semiannually on July 1 and January and mature on July 1, 2024. Prepare all necessary journal entries to record transactions relating to these bonds during the year 2004. Assume they use straight- line amortization of bond premium.

9) 7/1/2004 Sale of bond

10) 7/31 - 12/31/04 Monthly entry to record interest & amortization.

11) 1/1/2005 Payment of interest

12) What would they record as amortization of bond premium in 2005 if it used the effective interest method.

The entries don't have to be in spreadsheet form, they could be in short answer form. Thank you for all your help.

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Posting ID: 56823 Business, Accounting/Business Analysis/Financial Reporting
Year 3 Journal entries

Prepare Journal entries for each of the following:
The entries don't have to be in spreadsheet form, they could be in short answer form. Thank you for all your help.
1) Corporation sells 1,000,000 shares of $2.00 par value common stock to the public for a net proceeds of $10,000,000 on 10/1/2000.

Dr: cash 10,000,000
Cr: common stock 2,000,000
Additional Paid-in Capital 8,000,000

2) Corporation declares a $.05 per share dividend units common stock on 9/15/2003. Total shares of common stock issued & outstanding on 9/15/2003 were 1,500,000.
The total dividend to be paid is 0.05*1,500,000 = 75,000
Since it is not paid yet, no transaction is involved, so no entry to be entered.

3) Corporation pays the dividend declared in C) on 10/15/2003.
Dr: dividend 75,000
Cr: Cash 75,000

4) Corporation purchases 20,000 shares of its common stock for treasury at a ...

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Classifications
A. Item increases
B. Item decreases
C. Item is unchanged
D. Direction of change cannot be determined

Item Event
____ 1. Book value per share Stock dividend

____ 2. Par value per common share Cash dividend

____ 3. Total retained earnings Stock split

____ 4. Total stockholders' equity Prior period adjustment
Increases last year's net income

____ 5. Total retained earnings
Restriction of retained earnings

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Codes
A. Investing activity; cash inflow
B. Investing activity; cash outflow
C. Financing activity; cash inflow
D. Financing activity; cash outflow
E. Operating activity; cash inflow
F. Operating activity; cash outflow
G. Noncash investing and financing activity

Events

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_____ 3. Issued bonds payable for cash

_____ 4. Declared and paid a cash dividend

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December 31

Assets
2003 2002
Cash $ 78,000 $ 20,000
Accounts receivable 39,000 27,000
Inventory 100,000 115,000
Land 720,000 650,000
Equipment 488,000 458,000
Accumulated depreciation (45,000) (20,000)
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Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
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Accrued expenses payable 21,000 24,000
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Common stock 674,000 604,000
Retained earnings 58,000 35,000
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Additional information for 2003:
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2. Additional equipment was purchased for cash.
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Sales $300,000
Cost of goods sold 120,000
Gross profit $180,000
Operating expenses $75,000
Interest expense 50,000 125,000
Income before income taxes 55,000
Income tax expense 17,000
Net income $ 38,000

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1. Operating expenses include depreciation expense.
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3. Accrued expenses payable pertain to operating expenses exclusive of depreciation.

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