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    Cindy Corp & Slingo: Adjusting and Consolidating Journal Entries

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    Based on American Accounting

    Cindy Corp. owned all of the voting common stock of Slingo, inc. Both companies use the perpetual inventory method and Cindy decided to use the partial equity method to account for this investment. During 2009, Cindy made cash sales of $400,000 to Slingo. The gross profit rate was 30% of the selling price. By the end of the year, Slingo had used 75% of the goods.

    Gross Profit = $120,000
    COGS = $280,000 (400,000 * 75%)
    Marginal Cost Markup = 42.857%

    No additional inventory was sold during 2010

    The same ending balance of the deferred gross profit from the end of 2009 exists at the end of 2010

    1. What are the journal entries for Cindy and Slingo to record the sales/purchases in 2009?

    2. Prepare the consolidation entries that should be made at the end of 2009 for this inventory transfer

    3. Prepare any 2010 consolidation entries that would be required for this inventory transfer hide problem

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    Question 1
    Cindy
    Dr: Cash 400,000
    Cr: Sales 400,000

    Dr: Cost of goods sold (400,000*.7) 280,000
    Cr: Merchandise inventory 280,000

    Slingo
    Dr: Merchandise inventory 400,000
    Cr: Cash 400,000

    Dr: Cash (120,000+300,000) 420,000
    Cr: ...

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