Melbourne Corporation was set up in 2016. The shareholders equity accounts of the company, with balances on 1 January 2018, are as follows: Share CapitalOrdinary, $20 par value (500,000 shares authorized, 375,000 shares issued and 350.000 shares outstanding) Share Capital-6% Cumulative Preference, no-par (150,000 shares authorized, 7.500,000 80,000 shares issued and outstanding)* Share Capital-8% Non -cumulative Preference, no-par (200,000 shares authorize 120,000 shares issued and outstanding) Share Premium 2,400,000 7,200,000 Retained Eamings 825,000 8,500,000 Treasury Share (25,000 shares, at cost) 450,000 All these shares were issued on 1 January 2016 The following shares transactions occurred during the year of 2018 Jan Issued 30,000 non-cumulative preference shares at S60 Apr 10 Issued 10,000 ordinary shares at $21 Jun 6 Sold 25,000 treasury share for $24 per share July Issued 26,000 cumulative preference shares at $30 23 Purchased 21,000 shares of treasury share for S18 per share 1 Nov Dec 1 Sold 13,000 treasury share for $15 per share Dec 28 Declared So.05 dividend per ordinary share Dec 31 Declared dividend for all the preference shares While there is no outstanding dividends before 2017 No dividend was paid for the year of 2017 for all the preference shares 雖然2017年之前,沒有欠付任何股息,但白2017年起,並無付任何優先股股息 REQUIRED: Calculate the outstanding shares of each class of share capital at 31 December, 2018 Calculate the total dividends for each class of share capital at 31 December, 2018 Journalize the entries to record all the transactions Prepare a statement of retained earnings for the year ended December 31, 2018 assume that the net profit for the year was $720,000 Prepare the Shareholders' Equity section of the statement of financial position. as at 31 December, 2018

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Melbourne Corporation was set up in 2016. The shareholders equity accounts
of the company, with balances on 1 January 2018, are as follows:
Share CapitalOrdinary, $20 par value (500,000 shares authorized,
375,000 shares issued and 350.000 shares outstanding)
Share Capital-6% Cumulative Preference, no-par (150,000 shares authorized,
7.500,000
80,000 shares issued and outstanding)*
Share Capital-8% Non -cumulative Preference, no-par (200,000 shares authorize
120,000 shares issued and outstanding)
Share Premium
2,400,000
7,200,000
Retained Eamings
825,000
8,500,000
Treasury Share (25,000 shares, at cost)
450,000
All these shares were issued on 1 January 2016
The following shares transactions occurred during the year of 2018
Jan
Issued 30,000 non-cumulative preference shares at S60
Apr
10 Issued 10,000 ordinary shares at $21
Jun
6
Sold 25,000 treasury share for $24 per share
July
Issued 26,000 cumulative preference shares at $30
23 Purchased 21,000 shares of treasury share for S18 per share
1
Nov
Dec
1
Sold 13,000 treasury share for $15 per share
Dec
28 Declared So.05 dividend per ordinary share
Dec
31
Declared dividend for all the preference shares
While there is no outstanding dividends before 2017
No dividend was paid for the year of 2017 for all the preference shares
雖然2017年之前,沒有欠付任何股息,但白2017年起,並無付任何優先股股息
REQUIRED:
Calculate the outstanding shares of each class of share capital at 31 December, 2018
Calculate the total dividends for each class of share capital at 31 December, 2018
Journalize the entries to record all the transactions
Prepare a statement of retained earnings for the year ended December 31, 2018
assume that the net profit for the year was $720,000
Prepare the Shareholders' Equity section of the statement of financial position.
as at 31 December, 2018
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Melbourne Corporation was set up in 2016. The shareholders equity accounts of the company, with balances on 1 January 2018, are as follows: Share CapitalOrdinary, $20 par value (500,000 shares authorized, 375,000 shares issued and 350.000 shares outstanding) Share Capital-6% Cumulative Preference, no-par (150,000 shares authorized, 7.500,000 80,000 shares issued and outstanding)* Share Capital-8% Non -cumulative Preference, no-par (200,000 shares authorize 120,000 shares issued and outstanding) Share Premium 2,400,000 7,200,000 Retained Eamings 825,000 8,500,000 Treasury Share (25,000 shares, at cost) 450,000 All these shares were issued on 1 January 2016 The following shares transactions occurred during the year of 2018 Jan Issued 30,000 non-cumulative preference shares at S60 Apr 10 Issued 10,000 ordinary shares at $21 Jun 6 Sold 25,000 treasury share for $24 per share July Issued 26,000 cumulative preference shares at $30 23 Purchased 21,000 shares of treasury share for S18 per share 1 Nov Dec 1 Sold 13,000 treasury share for $15 per share Dec 28 Declared So.05 dividend per ordinary share Dec 31 Declared dividend for all the preference shares While there is no outstanding dividends before 2017 No dividend was paid for the year of 2017 for all the preference shares 雖然2017年之前,沒有欠付任何股息,但白2017年起,並無付任何優先股股息 REQUIRED: Calculate the outstanding shares of each class of share capital at 31 December, 2018 Calculate the total dividends for each class of share capital at 31 December, 2018 Journalize the entries to record all the transactions Prepare a statement of retained earnings for the year ended December 31, 2018 assume that the net profit for the year was $720,000 Prepare the Shareholders' Equity section of the statement of financial position. as at 31 December, 2018

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