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Hartman Company, which uses a voucher system, has the following unpaid vouchers on July 1. The firm follows the practice of recording vouchers at the gross amount. The company completed the following transactions during July: July 1 Issued voucher no. 4800 in favor of Mortenson Insurance Company for a premium on a 12-month fire insurance policy, $890. 2 Paid voucher no. 4789 by issuing Ck. No. 8219, $4,996. 2 Issued Ck. No. 8220 in payment of voucher no. 4800, $890. 3 Issued voucher no. 4801 in favor of Quinn Quick Freight for transportation charges on merchandise purchases, $223. 5 Paid voucher no. 4801 by issuing Ck. No. 8221, $223. 7 Issued Ck. No. 8222 in payment of voucher no. 4795, $8,485.29 ($8,571 less 1 percent cash discount). 8 Issued Ck. No. 8223 in payment of voucher no. 4797, $10,602.90 ($10,710 less 1 percent cash discount). 11 Established a petty cash fund of $250. Issued voucher no. 4802. 11 Paid voucher no. 4802 by issuing Ck. No. 8224, $250. 13 Issued voucher no. 4803 in favor of Mohammad Company for merchandise, $14,708; terms 2/10, n/30; FOB shipping point; freight prepaid and added to the invoice, $384 (total, $15,092). 15 Received bill for advertising in the Weekly Ads . Issued voucher no. 4804 in the amount of $410. 17 Received a credit memo for $764 from Mohammad Company for merchandise returned to it, credit memo no. 540 (pertaining to voucher no. 4803). 20 Issued voucher no. 4805 in favor of Vinson County for six months’ property tax (Prepaid Property Taxes), $2,272. 20 Paid voucher no. 4805 by issuing Ck. No. 8225, $2,272. 21 Issued Ck. No. 8226 in payment of voucher no. 4803, $14,049.12 ($14,708 less $764 return, less cash discount, plus freight). 23 Bought merchandise on account from Summers and Company, $6,039; terms 1/10, n/30; FOB destination. Issued voucher no. 4806. 27 Received a credit memo for $984 from Summers and Company for damaged merchandise, credit memo no. 437 (pertaining to voucher no. 4806). 31 Issued voucher no. 4807 to reimburse petty cash fund. The charges were: July 31 Issued Ck. No. 8227 in payment of voucher no. 4807, $225.10. 31 Issued voucher no. 4808 for wages payable, $8,448, in favor of the payroll bank account. (Assume that the payroll entry was recorded previously in the general journal.) 31 Paid voucher no. 4808 by issuing Ck. No. 8228, payable to Payroll Bank Account. Required 1. Using the voucher issue date, enter the unpaid invoices in the voucher register (page 75) beginning with voucher no. 4789. Then draw double lines across all columns to separate the vouchers of June from those of July. 2. Enter the transactions for July in the voucher register at the gross amount. Also record the appropriate transactions in the check register (page 86) and the general journal (page 41). 3. Total and rule the voucher register and the check register for the transactions recorded during July. 4. Prove the equality of the debits and credits on the voucher register and the check register.

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Chapter 10A, Problem 2P
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Hartman Company, which uses a voucher system, has the following unpaid vouchers on July 1. The firm follows the practice of recording vouchers at the gross amount.

Chapter 10A, Problem 2P, Hartman Company, which uses a voucher system, has the following unpaid vouchers on July 1. The firm , example  1

The company completed the following transactions during July:

July 1    Issued voucher no. 4800 in favor of Mortenson Insurance Company for a premium on a 12-month fire insurance policy, $890.

2    Paid voucher no. 4789 by issuing Ck. No. 8219, $4,996.

2    Issued Ck. No. 8220 in payment of voucher no. 4800, $890.

3    Issued voucher no. 4801 in favor of Quinn Quick Freight for transportation charges on merchandise purchases, $223.

5    Paid voucher no. 4801 by issuing Ck. No. 8221, $223.

7    Issued Ck. No. 8222 in payment of voucher no. 4795, $8,485.29 ($8,571 less 1 percent cash discount).

8    Issued Ck. No. 8223 in payment of voucher no. 4797, $10,602.90 ($10,710 less 1 percent cash discount).

11    Established a petty cash fund of $250. Issued voucher no. 4802.

11    Paid voucher no. 4802 by issuing Ck. No. 8224, $250.

13    Issued voucher no. 4803 in favor of Mohammad Company for merchandise, $14,708; terms 2/10, n/30; FOB shipping point; freight prepaid and added to the invoice, $384 (total, $15,092).

15    Received bill for advertising in the Weekly Ads. Issued voucher no. 4804 in the amount of $410.

17    Received a credit memo for $764 from Mohammad Company for merchandise returned to it, credit memo no. 540 (pertaining to voucher no. 4803).

20    Issued voucher no. 4805 in favor of Vinson County for six months’ property tax (Prepaid Property Taxes), $2,272.

20    Paid voucher no. 4805 by issuing Ck. No. 8225, $2,272.

21    Issued Ck. No. 8226 in payment of voucher no. 4803, $14,049.12 ($14,708 less $764 return, less cash discount, plus freight).

23    Bought merchandise on account from Summers and Company, $6,039; terms 1/10, n/30; FOB destination. Issued voucher no. 4806.

27    Received a credit memo for $984 from Summers and Company for damaged merchandise, credit memo no. 437 (pertaining to voucher no. 4806).

31    Issued voucher no. 4807 to reimburse petty cash fund. The charges were:

Chapter 10A, Problem 2P, Hartman Company, which uses a voucher system, has the following unpaid vouchers on July 1. The firm , example  2

July 31    Issued Ck. No. 8227 in payment of voucher no. 4807, $225.10.

31    Issued voucher no. 4808 for wages payable, $8,448, in favor of the payroll bank account. (Assume that the payroll entry was recorded previously in the general journal.)

31    Paid voucher no. 4808 by issuing Ck. No. 8228, payable to Payroll Bank Account.

Required

  1. 1. Using the voucher issue date, enter the unpaid invoices in the voucher register (page 75) beginning with voucher no. 4789. Then draw double lines across all columns to separate the vouchers of June from those of July.
  2. 2. Enter the transactions for July in the voucher register at the gross amount. Also record the appropriate transactions in the check register (page 86) and the general journal (page 41).
  3. 3. Total and rule the voucher register and the check register for the transactions recorded during July.
  4. 4. Prove the equality of the debits and credits on the voucher register and the check register.

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