(b) Recorded an adjusting entry to record use of $20 of the above supplies. Cash 0/ Net Income -20
1. A company’s ending accounts receivable balance and the period’s advertising expense would be found on which financial statements, respectively
The process requires Peyton Approved to discover how much inventory is sold and what the cost of goods will result in. The process requires the business to review three forms of merchandise inventory to determine which summary benefits the business’s operational behavior. One will discover when assuming that first inventory purchased by the store is the first to be sold, it is determined that the FIFO method displays the best financial outcome for the business. During the process of updating journal entries, one must enter the information proved appropriately into the T-accounts to add the balance under each record. Once the T-accounts for transactions and adjusted transactions are balanced, the next step is to enter the information provided on the balance sheet. The balance sheet will list Peyton Approved assets, liabilities and stockholders equity after added during the T-account process (Nobles, 2014). Once the balance sheet is completed the income statement, statement of retained earnings, and closing entries can be filled with the information proved. This will give the business a full review from journal entry to closing entries of the business for the six month accounting
1. As of December 31, 2011, what amount, if any, of sales due should be recognized in eVade’s financial statements?
3. On the basis of the responses to Question 1 and 2, what are the units of accounting in this arrangement?
This course focuses on ways in which financial statements reflect business operations and emphasizes use of financial statements in the decision-making process. The course encompasses all business forms and various sectors such as merchandising, manufacturing and service. Students make extensive use of spreadsheet applications to analyze accounting records and financial statements. Prerequisites: COMP100 and MATH114 / 4-4
5. Prepare any necessary adjusting entries to reflect the Inventory count at year end. These must be hand written.
f) To evaluate the material misstatement in the accounts, I think both of the consolidated income statement and the three financial statements are useful. We need to use the information properly from all the financial statements. However the consolidated income statement is the most useful one. If there is a significant change in an account balance comparing with preceding two years, the auditor will examine whether there a material misstatement exists. For instance, the bad debt expense as a percent of net sales in 2011, 2010 and 2009 are 0.56%, 0.70% and 0.69%, respectively. There should
1. The Allowance for uncollectible accounts currently has a credit balance of $900. After analyzing the accounts in the accounts receivable subsidiary ledger, the company's management estimates that uncollectible accounts will be $15,000. What will be the amount of uncollectible accounts expense reported on the income statement?
Adjusting entries have four types in which provide a method of breaking down transactions. When a business purchases supplies in order to stock, this would be considered a prepaid expense. After an adjusting entry is made for a prepaid expense, the ledger would reflect the correct portion of that expense, in this case supplies, in which was incurred during a specific time. (Editorial Board, 2012, p. 42) A depreciation expense is a sub category of a prepaid expense. This occurs when an asset is allocated over a certain amount of time. An
1. Describe the impact the three proposed accounting methods (full revenue recognition, deferral of revenue, and partial revenue recognition) would have on the company’s financial statements: 1) at the time of the sale, and 2) in future periods.
It is important to explain some of the assumptions made in the pro forma statement, as they play a critical part in determining the forecasted revenues. Cost of sales was determined by the equation purchases + other outlays – change in inventory, other outlays = cost of sales. Other Expenses was calculated by adding depreciation costs and four months’ worth of interest, which came to $47,000
Question 3: Describe and show the journal entries illustrating how the company accounts for the transfer of its accounts receivable to financial institutions. Is this accounting treatment reasonable? What are the key assumptions made under this approach? Do you agree with these assumptions?
b. The inventory write down recorded, as an expense by the company is $4.4 million. It is measured at lower of cost and net realizable value. Cost is measured by weighted average using standard cost method or