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X Company accepts goods on consignment from C Company, and also purchases goods from P Company during the current month. X Company plans to sell the merchandise to customers during the following month. In each of these independent situations, who owns the merchandise at the end of the current month, and should therefore include it in their company’s ending inventory? Choose X, C, or P. A. Goods ordered from P, in transit, with shipping terms FOB destination. B. Goods ordered from P, in transit, with shipping terms FOB shipping point. C. Goods ordered from P, inventory in stock, held in storage until floor space is available. D. Goods ordered from C, inventory in stock, set aside for customer pickup and payments to finalize sale.

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Principles of Accounting Volume 1

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Chapter 10, Problem 2EB
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X Company accepts goods on consignment from C Company, and also purchases goods from P Company during the current month. X Company plans to sell the merchandise to customers during the following month. In each of these independent situations, who owns the merchandise at the end of the current month, and should therefore include it in their company’s ending inventory? Choose X, C, or P.

A. Goods ordered from P, in transit, with shipping terms FOB destination.

B. Goods ordered from P, in transit, with shipping terms FOB shipping point.

C. Goods ordered from P, inventory in stock, held in storage until floor space is available.

D. Goods ordered from C, inventory in stock, set aside for customer pickup and payments to finalize sale.

To determine

Concept introduction:

In case of consignment, goods are transferred by the consignor to the consignee to sell them but the consignor remains the real owner. Consignment is not same as sale.

To identify:

The owner of goods.

Explanation of Solution

A. X company, because in case shipment is from FOB destination, then the risk is transferred to the buyer so the real owner of goods is the buyer.

B. P company, because the terms of shipment is FOB shipping point, so the risk is on seller. So, unless goods are received by the buyer, the real owner is P company.

C...

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