Dividing LLC IncomeMartin Farley and Ashley Clark formed a limited liability company with an operating agreement that provided a salary allowance of $63,000 and $50,000 to each member, respectively. In addition, the operating agreement specified an income-sharing ratio of 3:1. The two members withdrew amounts equal to their salary allowances. Revenues were $668,000 and expenses were $520,000, for a net income of $148,000.a. Determine the division of $148,000 net income for the year.Schedule of Division of Net Income   FarleyClarkTotalSalary allowance$$$Remaining income   Net income$$$b. Provide journal entries to close the (1) revenues and expenses and (2) drawing accounts for the two members. For a compound transaction, if an amount box does not require an entry, leave it blank.(1)                         (2)                       c. If the net income were less than the sum of the salary allowances, how would income be divided between the two members of the LLC?If the net income of the LLC were less than the sum of the salary allowances, members would still be credited with their salary allowances. The difference between the net income and total salary allowances would be allocated to each partner as , according to the ratio.

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Dividing LLC Income
Martin Farley and Ashley Clark formed a limited liability company with an operating agreement that provided a salary allowance of $63,000 and $50,000 to each member, respectively. In addition, the operating agreement specified an income-sharing ratio of 3:1. The two members withdrew amounts equal to their salary allowances. Revenues were $668,000 and expenses were $520,000, for a net income of $148,000.
a. Determine the division of $148,000 net income for the year.
Schedule of Division of Net Income

 

Farley
Clark
Total
Salary allowance
$
$
$
Remaining income

 

Net income
$
$
$
b. Provide journal entries to close the (1) revenues and expenses and (2) drawing accounts for the two members. For a compound transaction, if an amount box does not require an entry, leave it blank.
(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


c. If the net income were less than the sum of the salary allowances, how would income be divided between the two members of the LLC?
If the net income of the LLC were less than the sum of the salary allowances,

members would still be credited with their salary allowances. The difference between the net income and total salary allowances would be allocated to each partner as

, according to the

ratio.

 

 



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