   Chapter 15.I, Problem 3TIE ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

8th Edition
Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447

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Section ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

8th Edition
Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447
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# Complete the following comparative balance sheet with horizontal analysis for Calypso Industries, Inc.Calypso Industries, Inc. Comparative Balance Sheet December 31, 2015 and 2016 Assets 2016 2015 Increase (Decrease) Amount Percent Current Assets Cash Accounts Receivable Notes Receivable SuppliesTotal Current Assets $8,700 23,110 2,900 4,540$ 5,430 18,450 3,400 3,980 _____ ______ Property, Plant, and Equipment Land Buildings Machinery and Equipment Total Property. Plant and Equipment 34,00076,30054,700 34,00079,80048,900 _____ _____ Investments and Other Assets Total Assets 54,230 49,810 ______ _____ Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity Current Liabilities Accounts Payable Salaries PayableTotal Current Liabilities S 15,330 7,680 $19,650 7,190 _____ ___ Long-Term Liabilities Mortgage Payable Note Payable (3-year)Total Long-Term Liabilities 53,01032,400 54,20033,560 Total Liabilities Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity 2016 2015 Stockholders' Equity Common Stock Retained EarningsTotal Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity$130,060 20,000 $120,1709,000 _____ ______ To determine The complete balance sheet of provided comparative balance sheet of Calypso Industries, Inc. for December 31,2015 and 2016 with horizontal analysis. Explanation Given Information: The comparative balance sheet of Calypso Industries, Inc. for December 31,2015 is: Formula used: Follow these steps to prepare a horizontal analysis of a balance sheet: Step 1: Prepare a comparative balance sheet with the current period listed first and the previous period listed next. Step 2: Name the next two columns as: Increase(Decrease)Amount Percent Step 3: Compute the dollar difference between the current and previous periods and note in the amount column. Enter all decreases in the parentheses. Step 4: Compute the percent change using the percentage formula: Percent change(rate)=Amount of change, Step3(portion)Previous period amount(base) Step 5: Note the percent change in the percent column. Again, enter all decreases in the parentheses. Compute the amount increase or decrease by subtracting current period amount from the previous period amount. 2016amount2015amount=8,7005,430=$3,270

All other increase and decrease will be computed in the same way.

Calculation for the year 2016:

Compute total current assets by substituting cash, accounts receivables, notes receivables and supplies:

Total Current Assets=Cash +Accounts receivables+Notes Receivables+Supplies=8,700+23,110+2,900+4,540=$39,250 Compute total of Property, Plant and Equipment by substituting land, buildings and machinery and equipment: Total of Property, Plant and Equipment=Land+Building+Machinery and Equipment=34,000+76,300+54,700=$165,000

Compute Total Assets by substituting total current assets, total property plant and equipment and investments:

Total Assets=Total Current Assets+Total of Property, Plant and Equipment+Invetments and other Assets=39,250+165,000+54,230=$258,480 Compute Total Current Liabilities by substituting accounts payable and salaries payable: Total Current Liabilities=Accounts payable+Salaries payable=15,330+7,680=$23,010

Compute Total Liabilities by substituting total current liabilities and total long-term liabilities:

Total Liabilities=Total Current Liabilities+Total long-term liabilities=26,500+67,000=$93,500 Compute Total Liabilities and Stockholder’s Equity by substituting total liabilities, common stock and retained earnings: Total Liabilities and Stockholder’s Equity=Total Liabilities+Common stock+Retained Earnings=108,420+130,060+20,000=$258,480

Calculation for the year 2015:

Compute total current assets by substituting cash, accounts receivables, notes receivables and supplies:

Total Current Assets=Cash +Accounts receivables+Notes Receivables+Supplies=5,430+18,450+3,400+3,980=$31,260 Compute total of Property, Plant and Equipment by substituting land, buildings and machinery and equipment: Total of Property, Plant and Equipment=Land+Building+Machinery and Equipment=34,000+79,800+48,900=$162,700

Compute Total Assets by substituting total current assets, total property plant and equipment and investments:

Total Assets=Total Current Assets+Total of Property, Plant and Equipment+Invetments and other Assets=$31,260+162,700+49,810=$243,770

Compute Total Current Liabilities by substituting accounts payable and salaries payable:

Total Current Liabilities=Accounts payable+Salaries payable=19,650+7,190=26,840

Compute Total Liabilities by substituting total current liabilities and total long-term liabilities:

Total Liabilities=Total Current Liabilities+Total long-term liabilities=26,840+87,760=$114,600 Compute Total Liabilities and Stockholder’s Equity by substituting total liabilities, common stock and retained earnings: Total Liabilities and Stockholder’s Equity=Total Liabilities+Common stock+Retained Earnings=114,600+120,170+9,000=$243,770

The required balance sheet is,

 Calypso Industries, Inc

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