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Problem 1-58A Arrangement of the Income Statement OBJECTIVE 9 Powers Wrecking Service demolishes old buildings and other structures and sells the salvaged materials. During 2019 Powers had $421000 of revenue from demolition services and $137,000 of revenue from salvage sales. Powers also had $1,575 of interest income from investments. Powers incurred $243,200 of wages expense. $24,150 of depreciation expense. $48,515 of supplies expense. $84,000 of rem expense. $17,300 of miscellaneous expense, and $43300 of income taxes expense. Required: Prepare a single-step income statement for Powers for 2019.

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Problem 1-58A Arrangement of the Income Statement OBJECTIVE 9

Powers Wrecking Service demolishes old buildings and other structures and sells the salvaged materials. During 2019 Powers had $421000 of revenue from demolition services and $137,000 of revenue from salvage sales. Powers also had $1,575 of interest income from investments. Powers incurred $243,200 of wages expense. $24,150 of depreciation expense. $48,515 of supplies expense. $84,000 of rem expense. $17,300 of miscellaneous expense, and $43300 of income taxes expense.

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Prepare a single-step income statement for Powers for 2019.

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