Week 11: Group Discussion QuestionTopic: Statement of Cash FlowsGradedDiscussionDIRCOOdessa Company uses the indirect method to prepare its statement ofcash flows. Please refer to the following information extracted from the comparativebalance sheet for the companyIncrease/(decrease)($17,000)$8,000($12,000)($21,000)20172018Accounts payable$35,000$52,000Accrued liabilities18,00010,000Long-term notes payable168,000180,000$221,000 $242,000Total liabilities$39,000$78,000Common stock100,00061,000Retained earnings226,000148,000(18,500) (12,400)$307,500 $196,600Treasury stockTotal equity($6,100)$110,900$528,500$438,600$89,900Total liabilities and equityAdditional information provided:Dividend paid for 2018 amounted to $12,500.Net income for 2018 was $98,000During 2018, the company repaid $80,000 of long-term notes payable.During 2018, the company borrowed $68,000 on a new note payableThere were no stock retirements during 2018.Requirement:Using the indirect method, prepare a schedule for the financing section (only) of thestatement of cash flows for December 2018IT'S AWRAP

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Week 11: Group Discussion Question
Topic: Statement of Cash Flows
Graded
Discussion
DIRCO
Odessa Company uses the indirect method to prepare its statement of
cash flows. Please refer to the following information extracted from the comparative
balance sheet for the company
Increase/(decrease)
($17,000)
$8,000
($12,000)
($21,000)
2017
2018
Accounts payable
$35,000
$52,000
Accrued liabilities
18,000
10,000
Long-term notes payable
168,000
180,000
$221,000 $242,000
Total liabilities
$39,000
$78,000
Common stock
100,000
61,000
Retained earnings
226,000
148,000
(18,500) (12,400)
$307,500 $196,600
Treasury stock
Total equity
($6,100)
$110,900
$528,500
$438,600
$89,900
Total liabilities and equity
Additional information provided:
Dividend paid for 2018 amounted to $12,500.
Net income for 2018 was $98,000
During 2018, the company repaid $80,000 of long-term notes payable.
During 2018, the company borrowed $68,000 on a new note payable
There were no stock retirements during 2018.
Requirement:
Using the indirect method, prepare a schedule for the financing section (only) of the
statement of cash flows for December 2018
IT'S A
WRAP
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Week 11: Group Discussion Question Topic: Statement of Cash Flows Graded Discussion DIRCO Odessa Company uses the indirect method to prepare its statement of cash flows. Please refer to the following information extracted from the comparative balance sheet for the company Increase/(decrease) ($17,000) $8,000 ($12,000) ($21,000) 2017 2018 Accounts payable $35,000 $52,000 Accrued liabilities 18,000 10,000 Long-term notes payable 168,000 180,000 $221,000 $242,000 Total liabilities $39,000 $78,000 Common stock 100,000 61,000 Retained earnings 226,000 148,000 (18,500) (12,400) $307,500 $196,600 Treasury stock Total equity ($6,100) $110,900 $528,500 $438,600 $89,900 Total liabilities and equity Additional information provided: Dividend paid for 2018 amounted to $12,500. Net income for 2018 was $98,000 During 2018, the company repaid $80,000 of long-term notes payable. During 2018, the company borrowed $68,000 on a new note payable There were no stock retirements during 2018. Requirement: Using the indirect method, prepare a schedule for the financing section (only) of the statement of cash flows for December 2018 IT'S A WRAP

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