Two months (July and August) have passed since Ms. Valli has seen the financial statements for All About You Spa. It is time to begin their preparation. Several accounts need adjusting. These include the accounts you adjusted in Chapter 4 as well as any accounts involved with merchandising. Merchandise Inventory Adjustment (a) A physical count of inventory was taken, and the inventory was valued at $13,110. Supplies Adjustments (b) and (c) A physical count has been taken of the two supplies accounts. The values of the remaining inventories of supplies are as follows: Prepaid Insurance Adjustment (d) A review of the insurance records determined that $281.67 in liability insurance coverage had been used during the last two months. Depreciation Adjustments (e) and (f) Estimated depreciation amounts for the two equipment accounts are as follows: Wages Expense/Wages Payable Adjustment There is no need for a Wages Expense/Wages Payable adjustment because the end of the fiscal period did not come in the middle of a pay period. Required 1. Complete a work sheet (if required by your instructor). Ignore this step if using QuickBooks or general ledger. 2. Journalize the adjusting entries in the general journal. If you are preparing the adjusting entries manually, enter your transactions beginning on page 16. 3. Post the adjusting entries to the general ledger accounts. Ignore this step if you are using QuickBooks or general ledger. 4. Prepare an adjusted trial balance as of August 31, 20--.

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Chapter 11, Problem 1CP
Textbook Problem

Two months (July and August) have passed since Ms. Valli has seen the financial statements for All About You Spa. It is time to begin their preparation. Several accounts need adjusting. These include the accounts you adjusted in Chapter 4 as well as any accounts involved with merchandising.

Merchandise Inventory Adjustment (a)

A physical count of inventory was taken, and the inventory was valued at $13,110.

Supplies Adjustments (b) and (c)

A physical count has been taken of the two supplies accounts. The values of the remaining inventories of supplies are as follows:

Chapter 11, Problem 1CP, Two months (July and August) have passed since Ms. Valli has seen the financial statements for All , example  1

Prepaid Insurance Adjustment (d)

A review of the insurance records determined that $281.67 in liability insurance coverage had been used during the last two months.

Depreciation Adjustments (e) and (f)

Estimated depreciation amounts for the two equipment accounts are as follows:

Chapter 11, Problem 1CP, Two months (July and August) have passed since Ms. Valli has seen the financial statements for All , example  2

Wages Expense/Wages Payable Adjustment

There is no need for a Wages Expense/Wages Payable adjustment because the end of the fiscal period did not come in the middle of a pay period.

Required

  1. 1. Complete a work sheet (if required by your instructor). Ignore this step if using QuickBooks or general ledger.
  2. 2. Journalize the adjusting entries in the general journal.
    • If you are preparing the adjusting entries manually, enter your transactions beginning on page 16.
  3. 3. Post the adjusting entries to the general ledger accounts.
    • Ignore this step if you are using QuickBooks or general ledger.
  4. 4. Prepare an adjusted trial balance as of August 31, 20--.

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