Accounting -Caleb Company’s fiscal year runs from January through December

| January 30, 2017

Question
INTREMIDIATE ACCOUNTING
Question Detail:
Assignment 2

Caleb Company’s fiscal year runs from January through December. Its January 1, 2013’s trial balances are below:

Account Title

Debits

Credits

Cash

$30,000

Accounts Receivable

15,000

Equipment

20,000

Accumulated Depreciation

$ 6,000

Salaries Payable

9,000

Common Stock

40,500

Retained Earnings

9,500

Total

$ 65,000

$ 65,000

Summary of transactions that occurred during the year are below:

a. Sales of services

$100,000

Out of the sales, credit sales was

30,000

b. Accounts Receivable collected

27,300

c. Shares issued for cash

10,000

d. Salaries paid

50,000

Out of the salaries paid, Salaries Payable amount was

9,000

e. Miscellaneous Expense paid

24,000

f. Equipment Purchased

15,000

g. Cash Dividends paid

2,500

Other pertinent information:

Year-end accrued salaries

$ 1,000

Equipment Depreciation

2,000

Required:

Using the template provided by the instructor,

Set up the necessary T- accounts and enter the beginning balances from the trial balance provided.
Prepare a journal entry for each of the summary of transactions listed above.
Post the journal entries to the T-accounts.
Prepare an unadjusted trial balance.
Prepare and post adjusting journal entries. Enter the adjusting entries in the T-accounts as applicable. The two adjusting entries are the year-end accrued salaries and equipment depreciation provided in the question.
Prepare an adjusted trial balance.
Prepare an income statement for year ended 2013 and a balance sheet as of December 31, 2013.
Prepare and post closing entries.
Prepare a post- closing trial balance.
Assignment 3

The following are the common classifications used in a balance sheet:
Current assets F. Current liabilities
Investments G. Long-term liabilities
Property, plant and equipment H. Paid-in-capital
Intangible assets I. Retained earnings
Other assets
Required:

For each of the following balance sheet items, use the letters above to indicate the appropriate classification category. If the item is a contra account or valuation account, place a minus sign before the chosen letter.

­­­___ Note receivable (due in 2 years)

___ Accounts receivable

­­___­ Accumulated depreciation
­­___Land, in use

___Note payable (due in 10 months)

___Interest payable
­­­___ Note receivable (due in 6 months)

___Cash equivalents

­­­___ Investment in XYZ Corp ( long-term)
___ Inventories

___Goodwill

­­­___Accrued salaries payable
___Accrued interest payable

___Prepaid insurance

___Common stock
___Equipment

___Unearned revenue
___Warranties payable
The following are common disclosures that would appear in the notes accompanying financial statements. For each of the items listed, indicate where the disclosure would likely appear.
Use A if the item would appear in summary of significant accounting policies notes

Use B if the item would appear in subsequent events notes

Use C if the item would appear in noteworthy events and transactions

1. Depreciation method _

2. Information on related party transactions _____

3. Method of accounting for acquisitions _____

4. Composition and details of long-term debt _____

5. Inventory method _____

6. Basis of revenue recognition _____

7. Major damage to a plant facility occurring after year-end _____

8. Composition of accrued liabilities _____

The December 31, 2013 post-closing trial balance for Tricam Engineering, an exploration company, is presented below.

Account Title

Debits

Credits

Cash ……………………………………………………

52,000

Accounts receivable ……………………………….

223,000

Allowance for uncollectible accounts ………….

15,000

Inventories ……………………………………………

200,000

Supplies ………………………………………………

3,000

Investments ………………………………………….

140,000

Land ……………………………………………………

100,000

Buildings ……………………………………………..

500,000

Accumulated depreciation – buildings …………

150,000

Machinery …………………………………………….

250,000

Accumulated depreciation – machinery ………..

80,000

Goodwill ………………………………………………

36,000

Accounts payable ………………………………….

125,000

Bonds payable ………………………………………

500,000

Interest payable ……………………………………..

40,000

Common stock ……………………………………..

500,000

Retained earnings …………………………………..

______

94,000

Totals

1,504,000

1,504,000

Additional information provided is below:

Accounts receivable includes a $50,000 note receivable received from a customer that is due in 2015. Also included is interest on the note of $3,000 that is due in six months.
The land account includes land that cost $20,000 that the company has not used and is currently listed for sale.
3. The investment account includes a $10,000, 3-month certificate of deposit due in 40 days. The remaining investments will be sold within the next year.

4. The bonds payable account consists of the following:

a. a $200,000 issue due in six months.

b. a $300,000 issue due in six years.

5. The common stock account represents 500,000 shares of no par value common stock issued and outstanding. The corporation has 1,000,000 shares authorized.

Required:

Prepare a classified balance sheet for Tricam Engineering at December 31, 2013 using the post-closing trial balance and the additional information provided.

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