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9. Listed below is information for the Higher Corporation:

2006 2007
Pretax Accounting Income $160,000 $220,000
Pretax Taxable Income 180,000 200,000

Assume that Higher's tax liability is based on a flat 40% rate.

Required:

a. Prepare the journal entry to record Higher's income tax expense for 2006.
b. Prepare the journal entry to record Higher's income tax expense for 2007.

10. McNally Company recently acquired a building from Perry Company in exchange for 5,000 shares of its capital stock and $15,000. Information relating to the sale is detailed below:

Perry's net book value of building $62,000
Professional appraisal value of building 64,000
Market value of McNally Company Stock $9.00/share

Required:

Record the purchase of the building on the books of the McNally Company.

11. Yin Company recently purchased land and a building for $210,000. The building was appraised at $120,000 and the land was appraised at $60,000.

Required:

Show Yin's balance sheet presentation of the land and building.

12. A machine costing $48,000 had an estimated useful life of 5 years and a salvage value of $3,000 when purchased on January 3, Year 1.

Required: Supply the missing information in the table below:

Depreciation Accumulated Book
Expense for Depreciation Value
Method Year 2 on 12/31/Yr 2 on 12/31/Yr 2

Straight-Line ____________ ____________ ____________

Double Declining
Balance ____________ ____________ ____________

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9 Listed below is information for the Higher Corporation:

2006 2007
Pretax Accounting Income $160,000 $220,000
Pretax Taxable Income 180,000 200,000

Assume that Higher's tax liability is based on a flat 40% rate.

Required:
a. Prepare the journal entry to record Higher's income tax expense for 2006.

Income tax expense 72,000
Income taxes payable 72,000
(To record income tax expenses for 2006)

b. ...

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This posting contains a formatted MS Excel file which illustrates how to perform journal entries for various transactions, including: depreciation, tax expense, and fixed asset purchase.

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In January of 2005 Keona Co pays 2800000 for a tract of land with two buildings on it. it plans to demolish building one and build a new store. Building two will be a company office it is appraised at 641300 with a usefull life of 20 years and an 80000 salvage value. Without the buildings and improvements the tract of land is valued at 1865600 Keona also has the followin costs
demolish building 1 422600
grading cost 167200
cost of new buil
construction 219000
cost of new land
improvements 158000

1. prepare a table with the following column headings Land, Building 2, Building 3, Land improv 1, Land Improvments 2. Allocate the costs incurred by Keona to the appropriate columns and total each column ( round percents to the nearest 1%)

2. Prepare a single journal entry to record all the incurred costs assuming they are paid in cash on Jan 1 2005

3. Using the straight line method prepare dec 31 adjusting entries to record depreciation for the 12 months of 2005 when these assets where in use

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