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Amounts of the Assets and Liabilities of Dolan Banking Co.

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Create the Balance Sheet,
Income Statement and Statement of Retained Earnings for the following company in an Excel
workbook, employing three sheets. Use the prescribed GAAP presentation for the financial
statements. When possible reference/link data across sheets to make the spreadsheet as dynamic
as possible. Demonstrate your ability to apply Excel formatting functions to cells and to the
overall report, consistent with the GSMT Expectations for Excel posted under Course Content.
Use formulas to perform the calculations (ie SUM, AVG, GEOMEAN, etc) and apply the
Outliner feature as appropriate.
1) Prepare the company's balance sheet at January 31, 2010. Use an appropriate formula to
compute ending retained earnings.
2) From the balance sheet, create a pie chart for Total Assets. Employ best practices in
presenting charts.
3) Prepare the company's income statement for the year ended January 31, 2010.
4) Prepare a statement of retained earnings and calculate the company's dividend for the
year.
Company Data:
Amounts of the assets and liabilities of Dolan Banking Company, as of January 31,
2010, are given as follows. Also included are revenue and expense figures for the year
ended on that date (amounts in millions):
Total revenue
........................ $ 37.8 Investment assets..................... $169.6
Receivables........................... 0.9 Property and equipment, net .. 1.9
Current liabilities
.................. 151.1 Other expenses....................... 6.9
Common stock...................... 14.0 Retained earnings, beginning 8.6
Interest expense............... 0.8 Retained earnings, ending ..... ?
Salary and other
employee expenses.......... 17.7 Cash.......................................... 2.1
Long-term
liabilities........... 2.8 Other assets............................. 14.4.

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