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On June 30, the end of the current fiscal year, the following information is available to Conti Company's accountants for making adjusting entries:
a. Among the liabilities of the company is a mortgage payable in the amount of $260,000. On June 30, the accrued interest on this mortgage amounted to $13,000.
b. On Friday, July 2, the company, which is on five-day workweek and pays employees weekly, will pay its regular salaried employees $18,700.
c. On June 29, the company completed negotiations and signed a contract to provide monthly services to a new client at an annual rate of $7,200.
d. The supply account shows a beginning balance of $1,615 and purchases during the year of $4,115. The end-of-year inventory reveals supplies on hand of $1,318.
e. The Prepaid insurance account shows the following entries on June 30:
Beginning balance $1,620
January 1 2,900
May 1 3,366

The beginning balance represents the unexpired portion of a on0year policy purchased in April of the previous year. The January 1 entry represents a new one-year policy, and the May 1 entry represents the additional coverage of three-year policy.

f. The following table contains the cost and annual depreciation for buildings and equipment, all of which were purchased before the current year:

Account Cost Annual Depreciation
Buildings $170,000 $7,300
Equipment 218,000 20,650

g. On June 1, the company completed negotiations with another client and accepted an advance of $21,600 for services to be performed in the next year. The $21,600 for services to be performed in the next year. The $21,600 was credited to unearned service revenue.
h. The company calculates that as of June 30 it had earned $4,500 on a $7,500 contract that will be completed and billed in August.

1. Prepare adjusting entries for each item listed above
2. Explain how the conditions for revenue recognition are applied to transactions C & H.

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On June 30, the end of the current fiscal year, the following information is available to Conti Company's accountants for making adjusting entries:
a. Among the liabilities of the company is a mortgage payable in the amount of $260,000. On June 30, the accrued interest on this mortgage amounted to $13,000.
b. On Friday, July 2, the company, which is on five-day workweek and pays employees weekly, will pay its regular ...

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4. The statement is dated as of a specific point in time.
5. The amounts that are owed to other organizations or individuals are reported.
6. The total amount of capital that has been contributed to the organization is reported.
7. The amount of capital that has been contributed to the organization during the accounting period just ended is reported.
8. Information is reported regarding the rewards that have been earned from serving customers during the accounting period just ended.
9. The statement is not as of a specific date, but covers a period of time.
10. Reports information that has been developed on the accrual basis.
11. The statement contains information about the financial sacrifices that were made to acquire resources.
12. The statement contains information concerning contributed capital.
13. The statement contains information concerning the results of operating activities.
14. The amount of stock sold during the accounting period just ended is disclosed.
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Average shares outstanding 20,000
Cost of goods sold $36,000
Debt outstanding 65,000
General and administrative expenses 12,000
Income tax expense 20,000
Interest expense 7,500
Payments to owners 30,000
Rental revenue 50,000
Sales revenue 81,000
Selling expense 28,000
Service revenue 23,000
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(6)Other revenues 538
(7)Other expenses (13,227)
(8)Pretax income $ 84,713
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(10)Net Income $ 55,063
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b. What does item 3 represent, and why is it important?
c. What do items 2, 4, and 7 have in common?
d. How are items 2, 4, and 7 different from one another?
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Consolidated Statements of Operations
Year Ended December 31, 2004
(In millions, except per share data)
Operating Revenue:
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Cargo, mail and other 760
Operating Expenses:
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Aircraft fuel and related taxes 1,587
ExpressJet capacity purchase, net 1,351
Aircraft rentals 891
Landing Fees and other rentals 646
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Maintenance, materials and repairs 414
Depreciation and amortization 414
Passenger servicing 306

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Other 872
Operating Income (loss) (229)
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Interest Income 29
Income from affiliates 118
Other, net 17
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Income tax benefit 77
Net Income (loss) $(363)
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Accumulated depreciation 318,000 Notes payable, long term 571,300
Buildings 750,000 Prepaid Insurance 38,000
Cash 34,500 Retained Earnings 279,000
Contributed Capital 700,000 Supplies on hand 52,000
Cost of goods sold 840,000 Trademarks 45,000
Equipment 450,000 Wages expense 375,000
Interest payable 38,000 Wages Payable 36,000
Land 250,000
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