Question 1 A&O Corp. had the following selected account balances

| September 29, 2018

Question 1

A&O Corp. had
the following selected account balances as of 12/31/2012 before adjusting
entries were made.

Cash

$90,000

Insurance
expense

18,000

Accounts
receivable

16,000

Supplies

6,400

Equipment

90,000

Accumulated
depreciation

28,000

Unearned
advertising revenue

5,000

Salaries expense

10,000

Rent expense

18,000

A&O’s
accountant has provided you the following information:
1.
Insurance
was paid in advance on 10/1/2012 for a one year period starting 10/1/2012 and
the entire amount ($18k) was recorded in the insurance expense account.
2.
Supplies
remaining on hand at the end of the year were $3,000.
3.
Equipment
was purchased on 10/1/2012 and it is being depreciated over 10 years by the
straight line method. The salvage value
of the equipment is $0.
4.
A&O
has completed 50% advertising services due to clients, whose advance cash
payments were recorded above.
5.
Rent ($18,000)
was paid in advance on 11/30/2012, for 6 months (11/30/2012 to5/31/2013) and A&O
recorded the entire amount as rent expense on that date.

Prepare the
adjusting journal entries for each of the 5 items above (do not write any explanations).
Show all supporting computations. Use the
answer sheet provided.

Question
2
Presented below is
the pretax information for Aloma Corporation, for the year 2012:

Sales

$6,000,000

Cost of goods
sold

2,950,000

Interest revenue

60,000

Loss from
abandonment of plant assets

300,000

Selling expenses

600,000

Administrative
expenses

440,000

Unusual and infrequent
loss from earthquake

90,000

Gain on disposal
of a segment of the business. The
corporation will no longer be in that business in the future.

290,000

Instructions:
Present all
applicable information in a proper format (according to GAAP), to prepare a
multiple step income statement. The
company has 300,000 shares outstanding and a federal tax rate of 30%. Prepare an EPS section in proper format
(round to two decimals). Use the answer sheet provided.

Question 3Presented below is the relevant information for Preeti
Inc., for the year 2012:

Cash

$200,000

Accounts
receivable (net)

60,000

Inventories (at
average cost)

45,000

Available for
sale securities, at fair value (long term)

26,000

Equipment (net)

129,000

Land held for
speculation

59,000

Cash surrender
value of life insurance

10,000

Patents

11,000

Notes and
accounts payable

85,000

Long term liabilities

165,000

Stockholders’
equity

290,000

The following
additional information is provided:
·
Cash
includes $50,000 designated for plant expansion in 2015.
·
The
net accounts- receivable is comprised of accounts receivable $68,000, and allowance
for doubtful accounts $8,000.
·
Equipment
had a cost of $160,000 and accumulated depreciation of $31,000.
·
Note
and accounts payable include: Accounts payable $26,000; Taxes payable $21,000;
and Note payable $38,000 due 6/15/2013.
·
Long
term liabilities are 10 year bonds, paying interest at 10%, maturing 6/30/2020,
and comprised of: Bonds payable $190,000; Discount on bonds payable $25,000.
·
Stockholder’s
equity is comprised of: Common stock ($1 par) 100, 000 shares authorized, 50,000
shares issued and outstanding at $2.10; and Retained earnings of $185,000.

Instructions:Present the items above in proper format to prepare a
balance sheet. Use the answer sheet provided.

Question
4

On January 1, 2012,
PVP Co. issued 6 % bonds with a face value of $5,000,000 when the market
interest rate was 10 %. The bonds are
due in 10 years, and interest is payable semiannually every June 30 and
December 31. Using the appropriate factors below, calculate the selling price of
the bond (round your final answer).

Present value of
an ordinary annuity of $1

At 3% 10
periods=8.5302
At 5% 20
periods=12.4622

At 6% 10
periods=7.3601
At 10% 10
periods=6.1446

Present value
of $1

At 3% 10
periods=0.7441
At 5% 20
periods=0.3769

At 6% 10
periods=0.5584
At 10% 10
periods=0.3855

Use the answer
sheet provided.

Question
5
The
trial balance before adjustment for the A&E Corporation shows the following
balances:

Debit

Credit

Accounts
Receivable

$300,000

Allowance
for Doubtful Accounts

$1,000

Sales

$700,000

Sales
Returns and Allowances

$10,000

Using
the data above, show computations and prepare the journal entries required to
record each of the following:
a.
The company wants to maintain the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts
at 6% of gross accounts receivable. Show
computation and prepare your journal entry using the answer sheet provided.
b.
The company wishes to increase the allowance by 3% of net sales.
Show computation and prepare your journal entry using the answer sheet
provided.

Question 6
Select the best
answer for each of the following and write the letter corresponding to your
answer in the answer sheet provided.

1.
Documents that comprise GAAP include all of
the following, except
a. FASB technical bulletins.
b. AICPA accounting research
bulletins.
c. Statements of financial accounting concepts.
d. FASB
standards.
2.
Which
of the following provides a consensus on how to account for new and unusual
financial transactions?
a. Securities and Exchange Commission.
b. Emerging issues task force.
c. Committee on Accounting Procedure.
d. Accounting Principles Board.
3.
The fundamental
qualitative characteristic of faithful presentation has the components of
a. Predictive value and
confirmatory value.
b. Comparability, consistency,
and confirmatory value.
c. Understandability, predictive
value, and reliability.
d. Completeness, neutrality, and
freedom from error.
4.
According to the FASB
conceptual framework, which of the following is an enhancing quality that
relates to both relevance and faithful presentation?
a. Confirmatory value.
b. Predictive value.
c. Verifiability.
d. Freedom from error.
5.
A&E Corporation paid
one year’s rent in advance on 8/1/2012 and charged the entire amount to Rent
Expense. The adjusting entry made by A&E on 12/31/2012 would
a. Debit Rent Revenue
b. Credit Prepaid Rent
c. Be subsequently reversed
d. Credit a liability account
6.
A&O Corporation received cash
on September 1, 2012 for one year’s rent in advance and recorded the
transaction with a credit to Rent Revenue. The December 31, 2012 adjusting
entry would
a. debit Unearned Rent.
b. creditCash.
c. credit Rent Revenue.
d. credit a liability account.
7.
Which of the following
events will appear in the cash flows from investing activities section of the
statement of cash flows?
a. Cash paid as dividends.
b. Cash received by issuing company’s
own common stock.
c. Cash received as repayment
for funds loaned to other companies.
d. Cash purchase of treasury
stock.
8.
Making and collecting
loans and disposing of property, plant, and equipment are
a. operating activities.
b. investing activities.
c. financing activities.
d. liquidity activities.
9.
What is the normal journal entry when writing-off an
account as uncollectible under the allowance method?
a. Debit Allowance for Doubtful Accounts,
credit Accounts Receivable.
b. Debit Allowance for Doubtful Accounts,
credit Bad Debt Expense.
c. Debit Bad Debt Expense, credit Allowance
for Doubtful Accounts.
d. Debit Accounts Receivable, credit Allowance
for Doubtful Accounts.
10.
In a statement of cash flows, interest payments to
lenders and other creditors should be classified as cash outflows for
a. operating
activities.
b. borrowing
activities.
c. lending
activities.
d. financing
activities.

Question 7

Show computations for
each of the following, and clearly show your final answer using the answer
sheet provided.

1.
AP Company had a credit
balance of $15,000 on 1/1/12 and $11,000 on 12/31/2012 in its Unearned Rent
account. AP received $60,000 cash in 2012,
all of which was credited to Unearned Rent account. Calculate the amount of Rent Revenue
recognized in 2012.

2.
PVP Company sublet a warehouse for 4 years at an annual
rental of $60,000, beginning on November 1, 2012. The tenant paid one year’s
rent in advance on 11/1, which PVP recorded as a credit to Unearned Rent. Show computation and prepare the adjusting
entry on December 31, 2012 for PVP.
3.
The following information pertains to A&E Company’s
insurance account:
Premiums paid by A&E
to purchase insurance in 2012 $
12,800
Prepaid insurance
account balance as of 12/31/2012 $3,000
Prepaid insurance
account balance as of 12/31/2011 $1,200

Calculate the amount recorded by
A&E as Insurance Expense in 2012.

4.
A&E Company had the following transactions during
2012:
·
A $10,000 write-down of receivables.
·
A $60,000 gain from fluctuations in foreign
currency exchange.
·
A $60,000 write-off of
obsolete inventory
In its 2012 income statement, assuming a 40% tax rate,
what amount should A&E report as total infrequent net gains/losses that are
considered extraordinary?
5.
For the year ended December 31, 2012, A&E
Co. estimated its allowance for uncollectible accounts using the year-end aging
of accounts receivable. The following data are available:
Allowance for
uncollectible accounts balance, 1/1/12 $5,000
Uncollectible
accounts written off in 2012 10,000
Allowance for
uncollectible accounts balance 12/31/12 60,000
Calculate the amount
of bad debt expense recorded by A&E in 2012.

6.
A&O Corp. financed the purchase of a machine on December 31,
2012 by making payments of $5,000 each year, for five years starting on December
31, 2012. The appropriate rate of
interest is 10 %. Using the appropriate
factors given below, calculate the cost of the machine to A&O on 12/31/2012.
·
The future value of one for five periods at 10 % is 1.61051.
·
The present value of one for five periods at 10 % is 0.62092.
·
The future value of an ordinary annuity for five payments at 10 %
is 6.10510.
·
The present value of an ordinary annuity for five payments at 10 %
is 3.79079.
·
The present value of an annuity-due for five payments at 10 % is 4.16986.

7.
During 2012 the A&E Company had a
net income of $100,000. In addition, selected accounts showed the following:

2012

2011

Cash

$153,000

$119,000

Accounts
Receivable

238,000

306,000

Inventory

391,000

340,000

Property,
Plant and Equipment

1,342,000

1,122,000

Accumulated
depreciation

(476,000)

(442,000)

Accounts
payable

187,000

102,000

Additional information: Assume that during 2012, A&E sold
equipment at a gain of $10,000. Also, assume that depreciation expense for
2012 was $74,000.

Show
calculations for the amount of cash provided by operating activities in 2012.

8.
A
person wins a lottery on 12/31/2012. She
will receive 20 annual payments of $50,000 each starting on 12/31/2012. Assuming a 12% interest rate, what is the
present value of her winnings? Use the
appropriate factors given below.
·
Present value of an ordinary annuity at 12 % for 20 payments 7.46944
·
Future value of an ordinary annuity at 12 % for 20 payments 72.05244
·
Present value of an annuity due at 12 % for 20 payments 8.36578

9.
To obtain additional cash, A&E Corporation factors $200,000 of
its accounts receivable to PVP Corporation.
PVP assesses a finance charge of 5 percent of the amount of accounts
receivable and retains an amount equal to 3 percent of accounts receivable to
cover sales discounts, returns, and allowances.
Assuming that this transaction is on a without recourse basis, prepare a journal entry on the books of PVP
Corporation to record this transaction.
Show computations and prepare your journal entry using the answer sheet
provided.

10.
Assume the same data given in #9 above except that this
transaction is on a with recourse
basis. Prepare a journal entry on the
books of A&E Corporation to record this transaction. Assume that A&E has determined the
recourse obligation to be $6,000. Show
computations and prepare your journal entry using the answer sheet provided.

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