menu
bartleby
search
close search
Hit Return to see all results
close solutoin list

Volunteer Inc. issued bonds with a $500,000 face value, 10% interest rate, and a 4-year term on July 1, 2018 and received $540,000. Interest is payable annually. The premium is amortized using the straightline method. Prepare journal entries for the following transactions. A. July 1, 2018: entry to record issuing the bonds B. June 30, 2019: entry to record payment of interest to bondholders C. June 30, 2019: entry to record amortization of premium D. June 30, 2020: entry to record payment of interest to bondholders E. June 30, 2020: entry to record amortization of premium

FindFindarrow_forward

Principles of Accounting Volume 1

19th Edition
OpenStax
Publisher: OpenStax College
ISBN: 9781947172685
FindFindarrow_forward

Principles of Accounting Volume 1

19th Edition
OpenStax
Publisher: OpenStax College
ISBN: 9781947172685
Chapter 13, Problem 5PA
Textbook Problem
1 views

Volunteer Inc. issued bonds with a $500,000 face value, 10% interest rate, and a 4-year term on July 1, 2018 and received $540,000. Interest is payable annually. The premium is amortized using the straightline method. Prepare journal entries for the following transactions.

A. July 1, 2018: entry to record issuing the bonds

B. June 30, 2019: entry to record payment of interest to bondholders

C. June 30, 2019: entry to record amortization of premium

D. June 30, 2020: entry to record payment of interest to bondholders

E. June 30, 2020: entry to record amortization of premium

To determine

Introduction:

Journal entries record business transactions. These transactions have double effect on accounts such that total of all assets equate with liabilities and equities.

To prepare:

Journal entries for the given transactions.

Explanation of Solution

Record issuance of bond:

Date Account Debit ($) Credit ($)
July 1, 2018 Cash 540,000
Premium on bond payable 40,000
Bond payable 500,000
(To record issuance of bond.)

Table (1)

  • Cash is an asset and it is increased by $540,000. Therefore, cash is debited with $540,000.
  • Premium on bond payable is a contra liability account and it is decreased by $40,000. Therefore, premium on bond payable is credited with $40,000.
  • Bond payable is a liabilty account and it is increased by $500,000. Therefore, bond payable is credited with $500,000.

Record interest expense:

Date Account Debit ($) Credit ($)
June 30, 2019 Interest Expense ($500,000×10%) 50,000
Cash 50,000
(To record interest expense on bonds payable.)

Table (2)

  • Interest Expense is an expense and it is increased by $50,000. Therefore, interest expense is debited with $50,000.
  • Cash is an asset and it is decreased by $50,000. Therefore, cash is credited with $50,000.

Record amortization of premium:

Date Account Debit ($) Credit ($)
June 30, 2019 Premium on bond payable ($40,0004) 10,000
Interest expense 10,000
(To record amortization of premium on bonds payable

Still sussing out bartleby?

Check out a sample textbook solution.

See a sample solution

The Solution to Your Study Problems

Bartleby provides explanations to thousands of textbook problems written by our experts, many with advanced degrees!

Get Started

Chapter 13 Solutions

Principles of Accounting Volume 1
Show all chapter solutions
add
Ch. 13 - When a bond sells at a discount, the carrying...Ch. 13 - The International Financial Reporting Standards...Ch. 13 - The cash interest payment a corporation makes to...Ch. 13 - Whirlie Inc. issued $300,000 face value, 10% paid...Ch. 13 - Naval Inc. issued $200,000 face value bonds at a...Ch. 13 - Keys Inc. issued 100 bonds with a face value of...Ch. 13 - Huang Inc. issued 100 bonds with a face value of...Ch. 13 - OShea Inc. issued bonds at a face value of...Ch. 13 - Gingko Inc. issued bonds with a face value of...Ch. 13 - The difference between equity financing and debt...Ch. 13 - What is the difference between callable and...Ch. 13 - What is the difference between serial bonds and...Ch. 13 - What is a junk bond?Ch. 13 - How are savings bonds different from a corporate...Ch. 13 - What do you have to do to the interest rate and...Ch. 13 - An amortization table/schedule is created to...Ch. 13 - In the amortization table, how is the amortization...Ch. 13 - Does issuing a bond at a discount increase or...Ch. 13 - What kind of account is the Discount on Bonds...Ch. 13 - Why is the effective-interest method of...Ch. 13 - If there is neither a premium nor discount...Ch. 13 - When do you use the Bond Discount Account?Ch. 13 - A company issued bonds with a $100,000 face value,...Ch. 13 - A company issued $100,000, 5-year bonds, receiving...Ch. 13 - Does interest expense increase or decrease when a...Ch. 13 - Halep Inc. borrowed $30,000 from Davis Bank and...Ch. 13 - Beluga Inc. issued 10-year bonds with a face value...Ch. 13 - Krystian Inc. issued 10-year bonds with a face...Ch. 13 - On January 1, 2018, Wawatosa Inc. issued 5-year...Ch. 13 - Diana Inc. issued $100,000 of its 9%, 5-year bonds...Ch. 13 - Oak Branch Inc. issued $700,000 of 5%, 10-year...Ch. 13 - On Jan. 1, Year 1, Foxcroft Inc. issued 100 bonds...Ch. 13 - Medhurst Corporation issued $90,000 in bonds for...Ch. 13 - On Jan. 1, Year 1, Foxcroft Inc. issued 100 bonds...Ch. 13 - Pinetop Corporation issued $150,000 10-year bonds...Ch. 13 - Medhurst Corporation issued $90,000 in bonds for...Ch. 13 - Sharapovich Inc. borrowed $50,000 from Kerber Bank...Ch. 13 - Waylan Sisters Inc. issued 3-year bonds with a par...Ch. 13 - Smashing Cantaloupes Inc. issued 5-year bonds with...Ch. 13 - Chung Inc. issued $50,000 of 3-year bonds on...Ch. 13 - Haiku Inc. issued $600,000 of 10-year bonds with a...Ch. 13 - Waldron Inc. issued $400,000 bonds with a stated...Ch. 13 - Willoughby Inc. issued 100 bonds with a face value...Ch. 13 - Allante Corporate issued 50 bonds with a face...Ch. 13 - Roo Incorporated issued 50 bonds with a face value...Ch. 13 - Piedmont Corporation issued $200,000 of 10-year...Ch. 13 - Lunar Corporation issued $80,000 in bonds for...Ch. 13 - On January 1, 2018, King Inc. borrowed $150,000...Ch. 13 - On July 1, Somerset Inc. issued $200,000 of 10%,...Ch. 13 - Eli Inc. issued $100,000 of 8% annual, 5-year...Ch. 13 - Evie Inc. issued 50 bonds with a $1,000 face...Ch. 13 - Volunteer Inc. issued bonds with a $500,000 face...Ch. 13 - Aggies Inc. issued bonds with a $500,000 face...Ch. 13 - Sub-Cinema Inc. borrowed $10,000 on Jan. 1 and...Ch. 13 - Charleston Inc. issued $200,000 bonds with a...Ch. 13 - Starmount Inc. sold bonds with a $50,000 face...Ch. 13 - Irving Inc. sold bonds with a $50,000, 10%...Ch. 13 - Dixon Inc. issued bonds with a $500,000 face...Ch. 13 - Edward Inc. issued bonds with a $500,000 face...Ch. 13 - Below is select information from two, independent...Ch. 13 - Assume you are a newly-hired accountant for a...

Additional Business Textbook Solutions

Find more solutions based on key concepts
Show solutions add
Describe the transactions recorded in the following T accounts:

College Accounting (Book Only): A Career Approach

RATIO CALCULATIONS Graser Trucking has 12 billion in assets, and its tax rate is 40%. Its basic earning power (...

Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise Edition (with Thomson ONE - Business School Edition, 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card) (MindTap Course List)

How can swaps be used to reduce the risks associated with debt contracts?

Fundamentals of Financial Management (MindTap Course List)

Identify and describe the three steps in the delegation process.

Foundations of Business (MindTap Course List)