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College Accounting, Chapters 1-27

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ISBN: 9781337794756
Textbook Problem

NOTES PAYABLE Mary’s Travel Agency had the following notes payable transactions:

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REQUIRED

Record the transactions in a general journal.

To determine

Prepare journal entry to record the following transactions of MR Shop.

Explanation

Note Payable:

Note payable is an obligation of the business to pay to its creditors in future for the benefits received that carries some interest.

Prepare journal entry to record the following transactions of MR Shop are shown below:

DateAccount titles and ExplanationDebitCredit
April 1Cash$4,000
     Notes payable$4,000
(To record note issued for bank loan)
April 5Purchases$3,000
     Notes payable$3,000
(To record note issued for inventory purchase)
April 10Accounts payable – A.A$2,000
     Cash$400
     Notes payable$1,600
(To record partial payment made and issued note to settle account)
May 10Notes payable (old note)$1,600
Interest expense (1)$8
     Cash$408
     Notes payable (new note)$1,200
(To record paid interest and part of partial of principal on old note and issued new note)
May 20Cash (3)$4,440
Discount on bonds payable (2)$600
     Notes payable$4,500
(To record issued note for bank loan)
June 4Notes payable (old note)$3,000
Interest expense (4)$35
     Cash$535
     Notes payable (new note)$2,500
(To record paid interest and part of partial of principal on old note and issued new note)
June 9Notes payable$1,200
Interest expense (5)$7
     Cash$1,207
(To record paid note with interest at maturity)
June 30Notes payable$4,000
Interest expense (6)$80
     Cash$4,080
(To record paid note with interest at maturity)
July 4Notes payable$2,500
Interest expense (7)$14.58
     Cash$2,514.58
(To record paid note with interest at maturity)
July 19Notes payable$4,500
Interest expense (8)$60
     Discount on notes payable$60
      Cash$4,500
(To record paid note at maturity)

Table (1)

Working notes:

(1)Calculate interest expenses.

Interest expense =Notes payable ×Interest rate×Time period=$1,600×6%×30360=$8

(2)Calculate discount on notes payable.

Discount on notes payable =Notes payable×Interest rate×Time period=$4,500×8%×60360=$60

(3)Calculate cash proceeds

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