Suzie & Jarrett’s Nugget Company December 31, 2015 Prepare a Journal Entries and T-Accounts

| March 29, 2017

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Suzie & Jarrett’s Nugget Company

December 31, 2015

Prepare a Journal Entries and T-Accounts:

Cash $200,000

Accounts Receivable 40,000

Inventory (500 Nuggets @ 200 each) 100,000

Prepaid Insurance 3,600

Equipment 410,000

Accumulated Depreciation 120,000

Security Deposit 10,000

Accounts Payable 30,000

Taxes Payable 10,000

Wages Payable 7,000

Rent Payable 2,000

Note Payable 300,000

Common Stock (1,000 shares) 1,000

Paid in Capital 19,000

Retained Earnings 274,600

During 2016 the following transactions occurred:

Paid prior year’s accounts payable.

Received prior year’s accounts receivable.

Sold 1,200 Nuggets for $400 each with 50% down (cash) and the other 50% will get later.

Paid 2015 taxes payable.

Paid cash for wages of $60,000.

Paid fourteen months’ rent $28,000.

Paid $3,000 for advertising for 2016.

Sold 500 shares of common stock for $40.00 each on September 30, 2016.

Paid utility bill for 2014, $2,000.

Paid annual payment on note payable of $20,000 principal plus interest at 4% on December 31.

Paid a $5,000 dividend to shareholders on December 31, 2016.

Also, during the year the company paid 50% of the 2016 taxes. The tax rate is 30%. The company uses the FIFO inventory system.

At December 31, 2016, the company owed $5,000 in wages which had not yet been paid.

The prepaid insurance account at December 31, 2015 represent a policy that covers 2016 and 2017.

The equipment originally cost $410,000, had a twenty year life and was expected to be worth $10,000 at the end.

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