close solutoin list

Transactions; financial statements D’Lite Dry Cleaners is owned and operated by Joel Palk. A building and equipment are currently being rented, pending expansion to new facilities. The actual work of dry cleaning is done by another company at wholesale rates. The assets and the liabilities of the business on July 1, 2016, are as follows: Cash, $45,000; Accounts Receivable, $93,000; Supplies, $7,000; Land, $75,000; Accounts Payable, $40,000. Business transactions during July are summarized as follows: a. Joel Palk invested additional cash in the business with a deposit of $35,000 in the business bank account. b. Paid $50,000 for the purchase of land adjacent to land currently owned by D’Lite Dry Cleaners as a future building site. c. Received cash from cash customers for dry cleaning revenue, $32,125. d. Paid rent for the month, $6,000. e. Purchased supplies on account, $2,500. f. Paid creditors on account, $22,800. g. Charged customers for dry cleaning revenue on account, $84,750. h. Received monthly invoice for dry cleaning expense for July (to be paid on August 10), $29,500. i. Paid the following: wages expense, $7,500; truck expense, $2,500; utilities expense, $1,300; miscellaneous expense, $2,700. j. Received cash from customers on account, $88,000. k. Determined that the cost of supplies on hand was $5,900; therefore, the cost of supplies used during the month was $3,600. l. Withdrew $12,000 cash for personal use. Instructions 1. Determine the amount of Joel Palk’s capital as of July 1 of the current year. 2. State the assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity as of July 1 in equation form similar to that shown in this chapter. In tabular form below the equation, indicate increases and decreases resulting from each transaction and the new balances after each transaction. 3. Prepare an income statement for July, a statement of owner’s equity for July, and a balance sheet as of July 31. 4. (Optional) Prepare a statement of cash flows for July.

BuyFind

Accounting (Text Only)

26th Edition
Carl Warren + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285743615
BuyFind

Accounting (Text Only)

26th Edition
Carl Warren + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285743615

Solutions

Chapter
Section
Chapter 1, Problem 1.5APR
Textbook Problem

Transactions; financial statements

D’Lite Dry Cleaners is owned and operated by Joel Palk. A building and equipment are currently being rented, pending expansion to new facilities. The actual work of dry cleaning is done by another company at wholesale rates. The assets and the liabilities of the business on July 1, 2016, are as follows: Cash, $45,000; Accounts Receivable, $93,000; Supplies, $7,000; Land, $75,000; Accounts Payable, $40,000. Business transactions during July are summarized as follows:

  1. a. Joel Palk invested additional cash in the business with a deposit of $35,000 in the business bank account.
  2. b. Paid $50,000 for the purchase of land adjacent to land currently owned by D’Lite Dry Cleaners as a future building site.
  3. c. Received cash from cash customers for dry cleaning revenue, $32,125.
  4. d. Paid rent for the month, $6,000.
  5. e. Purchased supplies on account, $2,500.
  6. f. Paid creditors on account, $22,800.
  7. g. Charged customers for dry cleaning revenue on account, $84,750.
  8. h. Received monthly invoice for dry cleaning expense for July (to be paid on August 10), $29,500.
  9. i. Paid the following: wages expense, $7,500; truck expense, $2,500; utilities expense, $1,300; miscellaneous expense, $2,700.
  10. j. Received cash from customers on account, $88,000.
  11. k. Determined that the cost of supplies on hand was $5,900; therefore, the cost of supplies used during the month was $3,600.
  12. l. Withdrew $12,000 cash for personal use.

Instructions

  1. 1. Determine the amount of Joel Palk’s capital as of July 1 of the current year.
  2. 2. State the assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity as of July 1 in equation form similar to that shown in this chapter. In tabular form below the equation, indicate increases and decreases resulting from each transaction and the new balances after each transaction.
  3. 3. Prepare an income statement for July, a statement of owner’s equity for July, and a balance sheet as of July 31.
  4. 4. (Optional) Prepare a statement of cash flows for July.

Expert Solution

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

See Solution

*Response times vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes and may be longer for new subjects.

Chapter 1 Solutions

Accounting (Text Only)
Show all chapter solutions
Ch. 1 - Cost concept On February 22, Kountry Repair...Ch. 1 - Cost concept On March 31, Higgins Repair Service...Ch. 1 - Accounting equation Brock Hahn is the owner and...Ch. 1 - Accounting equation Fritz Evans is the owner and...Ch. 1 - Transactions Arrowhead Delivery Service is owned...Ch. 1 - Transactions Interstate Delivery Service is owned...Ch. 1 - Income statement The revenues and expenses of...Ch. 1 - Income statement The revenues and expenses of...Ch. 1 - Statement of owners equity Using the income...Ch. 1 - Statement of owners equity Using the income...Ch. 1 - Balance sheet Using the following data for Ousel...Ch. 1 - Balance sheet Using the following data for...Ch. 1 - Statement of cash flows A summary of cash flows...Ch. 1 - Statement of cash flows A summary of cash flows...Ch. 1 - Ratio of liabilities to owners equity The...Ch. 1 - Ratio of liabilities to owners equity The...Ch. 1 - Types of businesses The following is a list of...Ch. 1 - Professional ethics A fertilizer manufacturing...Ch. 1 - Business entity concept Ozark Sports sells hunting...Ch. 1 - Accounting equation The total assets and total...Ch. 1 - Accounting equation The total assets and total...Ch. 1 - Accounting equation Determine the missing amount...Ch. 1 - Accounting equation Annie Rasmussen is the owner...Ch. 1 - Asset, liability, and owners equity items Indicate...Ch. 1 - Effect of transactions on accounting equation...Ch. 1 - Effect of transactions on accounting equation a.A...Ch. 1 - Effect of transactions on owner's equity Indicate...Ch. 1 - Transactions The following selected transactions...Ch. 1 - Nature of transactions Teri West operates her own...Ch. 1 - Net income and owner's withdrawals The income...Ch. 1 - Net income and owner's equity for four businesses...Ch. 1 - Balance sheet items From the following list of...Ch. 1 - Income statement items Based on the data presented...Ch. 1 - Statement of owners equity Financial information...Ch. 1 - Income statement Dairy Services was organized on...Ch. 1 - Missing amounts from balance sheet and income...Ch. 1 - Balance sheets, net income Financial information...Ch. 1 - Financial statements Each of the following items...Ch. 1 - Statement of cash flows Indicate whether each of...Ch. 1 - Statement of cash flows A summary of cash flows...Ch. 1 - Financial statements We-Sell Realty, organized...Ch. 1 - Ratio of liabilities to stockholders equity The...Ch. 1 - Ratio of liabilities to stockholders equity Lowes...Ch. 1 - Transactions On April 1 of the current year,...Ch. 1 - Financial statements The amounts of the assets and...Ch. 1 - Financial statements Seth Feye established...Ch. 1 - Transactions; financial statements On July 1,...Ch. 1 - Transactions; financial statements DLite Dry...Ch. 1 - Missing amounts from financial statements The...Ch. 1 - Transactions Amy Austin established an insurance...Ch. 1 - Financial statements The amounts of the assets and...Ch. 1 - Financial statements Jose Loder established Bronco...Ch. 1 - Transactions; financial statements On April 1,...Ch. 1 - Transactions; financial statements Bevs Dry...Ch. 1 - Missing amounts from financial statements The...Ch. 1 - Peyton Smith enjoys listening to all types of...Ch. 1 - Ethics in Action Colleen Fernandez, president of...Ch. 1 - Net income On January 1, 2015, Dr. Marcie Cousins...Ch. 1 - Transactions and financial statements Lisa Duncan,...

Additional Business Textbook Solutions

Find more solutions based on key concepts
Show solutions
What is SCM software?

Accounting Information Systems

If two mutually exclusive projects were being compared, would a high cost of capital favor the longer-term or t...

Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise Edition (with Thomson ONE - Business School Edition, 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card) (MindTap Course List)

What is inflation and what causes it?

Principles of Microeconomics (MindTap Course List)

Why will global sourcing increase?

Purchasing and Supply Chain Management