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Textbook Problem

Recording partner's original investment

Kimberly Payne and Arionna Maples decide to form a partnership by combining the assets of their separate businesses. Payne contributes the following assets to the partnership: cash, $20,000; accounts receivable with a face amount of 5145,000 and an allowance for doubtful accounts of $4,200; merchandise inventory with a cost of $92,000; and equipment with a cost of $136,000 and accumulated depreciation of $45,000.

The partners agree that $5,000 of the accounts receivable are completely worthless and are not to be accepted by the partnership, that $4,400 is a reasonable allowance for the uncollectibility of the remaining accounts, that the merchandise inventory is to be recorded at the current market price of $101,700. and that the equipment is to be valued at $81,200.

Journalize the partnership's entry to record Payne's investment.

To determine

Partnership

It is that form of organization which is owned and managed by two or more persons who invest and share the profits and losses according to a pre-determined ratio.

Forming a Partnership

While forming the partnership, the contribution of assets by partners are debited to the partnership assets account; whereas the liabilities of the partnerships are credited to the partnership’s liabilities account, and the net amount of the investments of partners are credited to the partners’ individual capital account.

To record:  The journal entry of P’s contribution to the partnership.

Explanation

Working Note:

Calculation of Accounts Receivable

NetAccountsReceivable}=(FaceValue)-(WorthlessamountofAccount

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