# Johnson, Incorporated had the following transactions during the year: • Purchased a building for \$5,000,000 using a mortgage for financing • Paid \$2,000 for ordinary repair on a piece of equipment • Sold product on account to customers for \$1,500,600 • Purchased a copyright for \$5,000 cash • Paid \$20,000 cash to add a storage shed in the corner of an existing building • Paid \$360,000 in monthly salaries • Paid \$25,000 for routine maintenance on equipment • Paid \$110,000 for major repairs If all transactions were recorded properly, what amount did Johnson capitalize for the year, and what amount did Johnson expense for the year?

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## Johnson, Incorporated had the following transactions during the year:• Purchased a building for \$5,000,000 using a mortgage for financing• Paid \$2,000 for ordinary repair on a piece of equipment• Sold product on account to customers for \$1,500,600• Purchased a copyright for \$5,000 cash• Paid \$20,000 cash to add a storage shed in the corner of an existing building• Paid \$360,000 in monthly salaries• Paid \$25,000 for routine maintenance on equipment• Paid \$110,000 for major repairsIf all transactions were recorded properly, what amount did Johnson capitalize for the year, and what amount did Johnson expense for the year?

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To compute:

The value of capitalize and expenses for the year by Company J.

Introduction:

When the cost is incurred to increase the value and the life of an asset, then it needs to be capitalized in the books of accounts and shown in the balance sheet and is depreciated over the years.

### Explanation of Solution

Calculation of capitalized value for the year by Company J:

 Particulars Amount(\$) Machinery purchased for using a mortgage for finance 5,000,000 Add: Purchased a copyright 5,000 Paid cash for addition to an existing building 20,000 Paid cash for major repairs 110,000 Total capitalized value 5,135,000

Table (1)

Therefore, the capitalized value for the year by Company J is \$5,135,000...

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