MacKenzie Corporation is considering leasing a new asset. The lease would run for eight years and require eight beginning-of-year payments of $100,000 each. If MacKenzie capitalizes this lease for financial reporting purposes at a 10 percent rate, what asset amount will be reported initially on its balance sheet? What liability amount will be reported on its balance sheet? (Remember, lease payments are made at the beginning of each year, making them an annuity due.)
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It would not mean $800,000 as the amount at the start of the year. The amount on the balance sheet would be the ...
The solution explains the amount of leased asset and liability that would be reported in the balance sheet.
Leased Asset, Liability, and Amortization Schedule
Federated fabrications leased a tooling machine on January 1, 2011, for a three-year period ending December 31, 2013. The lease agreement specified annual payment of $36,000 beginning with the first payment at the inception of the lease, and each December 31 through 2012. The company had the option to purchase the machine on December 30, 2013, for $45,000 when its fair value was expected to be $60,000. The machine's estimated useful life was six years with no salvage value. Federated depreciates assets by the straight-line method. The company was aware that the lessor's implicit rate of return was 12%, which was less than Federated's incremental borrowing rate.
1. Calculate the amount Federated should record as a leased asset and lease liability for this capital lease.
2. Prepare an amortization schedule that describes the pattern of interest expense for Federated over the lease term.
3. Prepare the appropriate entries for federated from the inception of the lease through the end of the lease terms