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ACCT 504 ENTIRE COURSE

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Case Study 1 Gordon Construction

 

Case Study 1 (Part A)

 

Analyze the impact of business transactions on accounts; record (journalize and post) transactions in the books; construct and use a trial balance) During the first month of operation of Gordon Construction, Inc., completed the following transactions:June2Gordon received $55,000 cash and issued common stock to the stockholders.3 Purchased supplies, $3,000, and equipment, $5,200, on account.4 Performed services for a client and received cash, $6,300.7 Paid cash to acquire land, $37,000.11 Performed services for a customer and billed the customer, $1,200. Johnson expects to collect within one month.16 Paid partial for the equipment purchased June 3 on account $2,800.17 Paid the telephone bill, $230.18 Received partial payment from customer on account, $700.22 Paid the water and electricity bills, $400.29 Received $5,000 cash for repairing the pipes of a customer.30 Paid employee salary, $4,300.30 Declared and paid dividends of $3,000.▸Requirements• 1. Record each transaction in the journal. Key each transaction by date. Explanations are not required.• 2. Post the transactions to the T-accounts, using transaction dates as posting references.• 3. Prepare the trial balance of Gordon Construction, Inc., at June30, 2014.• 4. The manager asks you how much in total resources the business has to work with and, how much it owes.Adjust the accounts; construct the financial statements) Record the following month end adjusting entries for Gordon Construction, Inc. at June 30, 2014Month end accruals at June 30, 2014:• a. Accrued advertising revenue at June 30, $3,100.• b. Supplies used during June, $3,090.• c. Accrued salary expense at June 30 for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. The five-day weekly payroll is $6,100 and will be paid on Friday.Requirement 2Prepare adjusted trial balance for Gordon Construction at June 30, 2014.

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Case Study 2 Williams Oil

 

Case study

(Learning Objectives 2, 4: Explain the components of internal control; evaluate internal controls) Each of the following situations reveals an internal control weakness:

Situation a. In evaluating the internal control over inventory for the Williams Oil Services Company, an auditor learns that the warehouse receiving clerk is responsible for ordering parts for supply inventory use in drilling services, counts the inventory when received at the dock, records the receipts into the inventory ledger, and takes the annual inventory, No supervisor reviews the receiving clerks work.

Situation b. Nicole Lopez handles employee travel and expense reports for Scott Sales Services. With the growth in the economy, the sales team began traveling extensively gaining new business. Because of the heavy volume, she no longer required the sales team to provide original airline, hotel, or car rental receipts. She told them to just keep their meals under the $100 per day per diem and no receipts were required. She allowed them to use their own credit cards so they could get the frequent flyer points. She required them to turn in a summary of the travel expenses quarterly.

Situation c. Michael Jordon is a new employee hired from Craigs List recommended by a co-worker. Mike was hired as a Human Resource Assistant. Mikes first day on the job he is told that he should follow his own judgments when deciding how employee issues such as hiring and firing of employees, sexual harassment, and ethical infractions should be handled.

Top of Form

? Requirements

  1. Identify the missing internal control characteristic in each situation.
  2. Identify each firms possible problem.
  3. Propose a solution to the problem.

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Case Study 3 Wang Appliance Store

 

Construct and use a cash budget) Nathan Farmer, chief financial officer of Wang Appliance Store, is responsible for the company?s budgeting process. Farmer?s staff is preparing the Wang cash budget for 2014. A key input to the budgeting process is last year?s statement of cash flows, which follows (amounts in thousands):

                                            Wang Appliance Store

                                          Statement of Cash Flows

                                                         2013               

                                                (in thousands)

Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Collections from customers                                                   $51,000

Interest Received                                                                           500

Purchase of inventory                                                             (36,000)

Operating expenses                                                                 (10,200)

            Net cash provided by operating activities                       5,300

Cash Flows from Investing Activities

            Purchase of equipment                                                              (3,500)

            Purchase of investments                                                              (500)

            Sale of investments                                                                      1,000

                        Net cash used for investing activities                             (3,000 )  

                       

Cash Flows from Financing Activities

            Payment of long term debt                                                            (400)

            Issuance of Stock                                                                          2,000

            Payment of cash dividends                                                             (500)

                        Net cash provided by financing activities                          1,000    

Cash

Increase (decrease) in Cash                                                            3,300

Cash, beginning of year                                                         2,900

Cash, end of year                                                                            5,900

? Requirements

  1. Prepare the Wang cash budget for 2014. Date the budget simply ?2014? and denote the beginning and ending cash balances as ?beginning? and ?ending.? Assume the company expects 2014 to be the same as 2013, but with the following changes:
  2. In 2014, the company expects a 20% increase in collections from customers and a 30% increase in purchases of inventory.
  3. There will be no sales of investments in 2014.
  4. Wang does not plan to issue stock in 2014.
  5. Wang plans to end the year with a cash balance of $5,550.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Course Project Analysis of Nike, Inc. and Under Armour, Inc.

 

 

Course Project: A Financial Statement Analysis

A Comparative Analysis of Nike, Inc. and Under Armour, Inc.

 

Below is the link for the financial statements for Nike, Inc. for the fiscal year ending 2014. First, select 2014using the drop-down arrow labeled Year, and then select Annual Filings using the drop-down arrow labeled All.

 

You should select the 10k dated 7/15/2014,and choose to download in PDF, Word, or Excel format.

 

http://investors.nike.com/investors/news-events-and-reports/?toggle=filings

 

Below is the link for the financial statements for Under Armour, Inc. for the fiscal year ending 2014.

First, select Annual using the drop-down arrow labeled View, and then select 2015 using the drop-down arrow labeled Year.

 

You should select the 10k dated 2/20/2015, and choose to download it in PDF or Excel format.

 

http://www.uabiz.com/sec.cfm

 

A sample project template is available for download from the Course Resources page’s Course-Specific Resources section.The sample project compares the ratio performance of Tootsie Roll and Hershey using the 2014 financial statements of Tootsie Roll and Hershey provided at their websites.

 

             

Description     

             

This course contains a Course Project, where you will be required to submit one draft of the project at the end of Week 5, and the final completed project at the end of Week 7. Using the financial statements for Nike, Inc. and Under Armour, Inc.,respectively, you will calculate and compare the financial ratios listed further down this documentfor the fiscal year ending 2014, and prepare your comments about the two companies’performancesbased on your ratio calculations. The entire project will be graded by the instructor at the end of the final submission in Week 7, and one grade will be assigned for the entire project.

 

             

Overall Requirements

             

For the Final Submission:

 

Your final Excel workbook submission should contain the following. You cannot use any other software but Excel to complete this project.

  1. A Completed Worksheet Title Page tab, which is really a cover sheet with your name, the course, the date, your instructor’s name, and the title for the project.
  2. A CompletedWorksheetProfiles tab which contains a one-paragraph description regarding each company with information about their history, what products they sell, where they are located,and so forth.
  3. All 16 ratios for each company with the supporting calculations and commentary on your Worksheet Ratio tab. Supporting calculations must be shown either as a formula or as text typed into a different cell.The ratios are listed further down this document. Your comments for each ratio should include more than just a definition of the ratio.You should focus on interpreting each ratio number for each company and support your comments with the numbers found in the ratios.You need to specifically state which company performed better for each ratio.
  4. The Summary and ConclusionsWorksheet tab is an overall comparison of how each company compares in terms of the major category of ratios described in Chapter 13 of your textbook.A nice way to conclude is to state which company you think is the better investment and why.
  5. The Bibliography Worksheet tab must contain at least your textbook as a reference. Any other information that you use to profile the companies should also be cited as a reference.

Required Ratios for Final Project Submission

  1. Earnings per Share of Common Stock
  2. Current Ratio
  3. Gross (Profit) MarginPercentage
  4. Rate of Return (Net Profit Margin) on Sales
  5. Inventory Turnover
  6. Days’ Inventory Outstanding (DIO)
  7. Accounts Receivable Turnover
  8. Days’ Sales Outstanding (DSO)
  9. AssetTurnover
  10. Rate of Return on Total Assets (ROA)
  11. Debt Ratio
  12. Times-Interest-Earned Ratio
  13. Dividend Yield[For the purposes of this ratio, use Yahoo Finance to look up current dividend per share and stock price; just note the date that you looked up this information.]
  14. Rate of Return on Common Stockholders’ Equity (ROE)
  15. Free cash flow
  16. Price-Earnings Ratio (Multiple) [For the purpose of this ratio, for Nike, use the market price per share on May 30, 2014,and for Under Armour, use the market price per share on December 31, 2014.]

The Excel files uploaded in the Dropboxes should not include any unnecessary numbers or information (such as previous years' ratios, ratios that were not specifically asked for in the project,

etc.).

 

 

ACCT 504 Course Project Oracle and Microsoft Corporation

 

Course Project                       

Financial Statement Analysis Project -- A Comparative Analysis of Oracle Corporation and Microsoft Corporation

Here is the link for the financial statements for Oracle Corporation for the fiscal year ending 2007. First, select 2007 using the drop-down arrow labeled for Year on the right-hand side of the page, and then select Annual Reports using the drop-down arrow labeled Filing Type on the left-hand side of the page.

You should select the 10k dated 6/29/2007 and choose to download in PDF, Word, or Excel format.

http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/investor-relations/sec/index.html

Here is the link for the financial statements for Microsoft Corporation for the fiscal year ending 2007. You should select the Annual report dated 8/3/2007 and choose to download in Word or Excel format.

http://www.microsoft.com/investor/SEC/default.aspx?year=2007

A sample Project template is available for download in Doc Sharing. The sample project compares the ratio performance of Tootsie Roll and Hershey using the 2007 financial statements of Tootsie Roll and Hershey provided in Appendix A and Appendix B of your textbook.

Description | Overall Requirements | Grade Information           

Description                

This course contains a course project where you will be required to submit one draft of the project at the end of Week 5 and the final completed project at the end of Week 7. Using the financial statements for Oracle Corporation and Microsoft Corporation, respectively, you will calculate and compare the financial ratios listed further down this document for the fiscal year ending 2007 and prepare your comments about the liquidity, solvency and profitability of the two companies based on your ratio calculations. The entire project will be graded by the instructor at the end of the final submission in week 7 and one grade will be assigned for the entire project.

           

Overall Requirements

 

           

For the Final Submission:

Your final Excel workbook submission should contain the following. You cannot use any other software but Excel to complete this Project.

  1. A completed worksheet title page tab which is really a cover sheet with your name, my name, the class name, and the date.
  2. A completed worksheet profiles tab which contains a one paragraph description regarding each company with information about their history, what products they sell, where they are located etc.
  3. All 18 ratios for each company with the supporting calculations and commentary on your worksheet ratio tab. Supporting calculations must be shown either as a formula or as text typed into a different cell. The ratios are listed further down this document. Your comments for each ratio should include more than just a definition of the ratio. You should focus on interpreting each ratio number for each company and support your comments with the numbers found in the ratios.
  4. The Summary and Conclusions worksheet tab which is an overall comparison of how each company compares in terms of the major category of ratios (Liquidity, Profitability, and Solvency).
  5. The Bibliography worksheet tab must contain at least your textbook as a reference. Any other information you use to profile the companies should also be cited as a reference.

Required Ratios for Final Project Submission:

  1. Earnings per Share
  2. Current Ratio
  3. Gross Profit Rate
  4. Profit Margin Ratio
  5. Inventory Turnover Ratio
  6. Days in Inventory
  7. Receivables Turnover Ratio
  8. Average Collection Period
  9. Asset Turnover Ratio
  10. Return on Assets Ratio
  11. Debt to Total Assets Ratio
  12. Times Interest Earned Ratio
  13. Payout ratio
  14. Return on Common Stockholders' Equity Ratio
  15. Free Cash Flow
  16. Current Cash Debt Coverage Ratio
  17. Cash Debt Coverage Ratio
  18. Price/Earnings Ratio [For the purpose of this ratio, use the market price per share on June 1, 2007 for each company]

The Excel files uploaded to the Dropbox should not include any unnecessary numbers or information (such as previous years' ratios, ratios that were not specifically asked for in the project, etc.).

Please upload your final submission to the Dropbox by the end of Week 7. See Syllabus/"Due Dates for Assignments & Exams" for due date information.

For the Draft:

Create an Excel spreadsheet or use the Project template to show your computations for the first 12 ratios listed above. The more you can complete regarding the other requirements the closer you will be to completion when Week 7 arrives. Supporting calculations must be shown either as a formula or as text typed into a different cell. If you plan on creating your own spreadsheet, please follow the format provided in the Tootsie Roll and Hershey template file.

Please upload your draft submission to the Dropbox by the end of Week 5. See Syllabus/"Due Dates for Assignments & Exams" for due date information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 1 Homework

 

E 1-17A

CoffeeShop Doughnuts has current assets of $280 million; property, plant, and equipment of $430 million; and other assets totaling $170 million. Current liabilities are $170 million and long-term liabilities total $300 million.

  1. Use these data to write CoffeeShop Doughnuts’ accounting equation.

                                                           

  1. How much in resources does CoffeeShop have to work with?

                                                           

  1. How much does CoffeeShop owe creditors?

                                                           

  1. How much of the company’s assets do the CoffeeShop stockholders actually own?

 

 

E1-29B

Assume Chen, Inc., is expanding into France. 

 

 

The company must decide where to locate and how to finance the expansion.

Requirement

Identify the financial statement where these decision makers can find the following information about Chen, Inc. In some cases, more than one statement will report the needed data.

  1. Net income
  2. Current liabilities

    c. Cash spent to acquire the building

  1. Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operations
  2. Selling, general, and administrative expenses

 

  1. Ending cash balance

 

  1. Ending balance of retained earnings
  2. Income tax expense
  3. Long-term debt

 

  1. Revenue
  2. Total assets
  3. Dividends
  4. Income tax payable
  5. Common stock

 

 

 

 

E1-22A (similar to)

Assume the Carter Coffee Roasters Corp. ended the month of  August 2015  with these data:

 

Requirement

  1. Prepare the income statement and the statement of retained earnings of

Carter Coffee Roasters Corp., for the month ended August 31,2015

 

Prepare the income statement.

Start with the heading and then complete the rest of the statement.

 

 

 

Part 1

Carter Coffee Roasters Corp.

 

Income Statement

 

 

For the Month Ended August 31, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

E1-23A (similar to)

Assume the Ebert Coffee Roasters Corp. ended the month of August 2015

with these data:

 

Requirement

  1. Prepare the balance sheet of Ebert Coffee Roasters Corp., for August 31, 2015.

 

 

First prepare the balance sheet header, then complete the assets section of the statement and finally complete the liabilities and stockholders' equity section of the statement.

 

 

E1-24A (similar to)

Assume the Earl Coffee Roasters Corp. ended the month of August 2015

with this data:

 

 

Requirement

  1. Prepare the statement of cash flows of Earl Coffee Roasters Corp., for the month ended August 31,

2015.

Explain the relationship among the income statement, statement of retained earnings,

 

balance sheet, and statement of cash flows.

 

Explain the relationship among the income statement, statement of retained earnings, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows.

Net income on the statement of retained earnings comes directly from the

income statement

.

Ending retained earnings on the

balance sheet

 

comes directly from the

statement of retained earnings

.

Ending cash on the

statement of cash flows

 

is reported on the

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 2 Homework

 

E2-17A

 Dr Anna Grayson opened a medical practice specializing in physical therapy. During the first month of operation (May), the business, titled. Anna Grayson, Professional Corporation (P.C.), experienced the following events:

  1. Record the transactions in the journal of

Dr. Anna Grayson, P.C. List the transactions by date and give an explanation for each transaction

 

6          Grayson invested $138,000 in the business, which in turn issued its common stock to her.

 

9          The business paid cash for land costing $63,000.

Grayson plans to build an office building on the land.

12        The business purchased medical supplies for $1,500 on account.

15        Dr. Anna 

P.C., officially opened for business.

 

15-31

During the rest of the month,

Grayson

treated patients and earned service revenue of

$9,400,

receiving cash for half the revenue earned.

15-31

The business paid cash expenses: employee salaries,

$2,800;

office rent,

$ 900$900;

utilities,

$ 900$900.

31        The business sold supplies to another physician for cost of

$400.

31        The business borrowed

30,000,

signing a note payable to the bank.

31        The business paid

$600

on account.

 

 

 

 

E3-22A

Clark Truck Rentals Company faced the following situations.

 

 

  1. The business has interest expense of $ 3,000

that it must pay early in January 2015

  1. Interest revenue of $4,500 has been earned but not yet received.

 

  1. On July 1, 2014, when the business collected $13,900 rent in advance, it debited Cash and credited Unearned Rent Revenue. The tenant was paying for two years' rent.

 

  1. Salary expense is $5,500 per daylong dash—Monday through Friday dash—and

the business pays employees each Friday. For the purpose of this calculation, assume

December 31 falls on a Thursday.

  1. The unadjusted balance of the Supplies account is $3,000.

The total cost of supplies on hand is $ 1,500.

  1. Equipment was purchased at the beginning of this year at a cost of $120,000.

The equipment's useful life is five years. There is no residual value. Record depreciation for this year and then determine the equipment's book value.

 

 

 

Journalize the adjusting entry needed at December

31, 2014, for each situation. Consider each fact separately

 

 

 

 

 

E3-23A

The adjusted trial balance of

Homemade HamsHomemade Hams,

Inc., follows.

 

 

            Homemade Hams, Inc.

            Adjusted Trial Balance

            31-Dec-14

Account          (Amounts in thousands)

           

           

Cash    Debit

cash     4400

Accounts receivable    1,800

Inventories      2,400

Prepaid expenses         1,900

Property, plant, and equipment           16,700

Accumulated depreciation, property, plant, and equipment

Other assets     9,700

Accounts payable       

Income tax payable    

Other liabilities           

Common stock           

Retained earnings (beginning, December 31, 2013)

Dividends       1,700

Sales revenue 

Cost of goods sold      25,600

Selling, administrative, and general expense  10,400

Income tax expense    2,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 3 Case Study 1 Melvin Plumbing Corporation

 

There are 10 sheets in the Workbook, including this one.     

All of the information that you need for the project is located in this Workbook.

Requirement #1:

During its first month of operation, the Melvin Plumbing Corporation, which specializes in residential plumbing,            

completed the following transactions.

July 1   Began business by making a deposit in a company bank account of $90,000, in exchange for 9,000 shares of $10 par value common stock.                                                           

July 3   Paid the current month's rent, $5,500.

July 5   Paid the premium on a 1-year insurance policy, $4,800 

July 7   Purchased supplies on account from Little Company, $900.                                                            

July 10 Paid employee salaries, $3,300

Requirement #2:

Post the July journal entries to the following T-accounts and compute ending balances.

 Cash (111)                   Revenue (411)

Requirement #3: 

Prepare a trial balance for July in the space below.   

Melvin Plumbing Corporation

Trial Balance

July 31

Requirement #4:

Prepare adjusting entries using the following information in the General Journal

below. Show your calculations!   

  1. a) One month's insurance has expired.                                                           
  2. b) Supplies used during the period $375.                                                      
  3. c) The estimated depreciation on equipment is $175. 

Requirement #6:

Prepare an adjusted trial balance in the space below.            

Melvin Plumbing Corporation

Adjusted Trial Balance

July 31

Requirement #7:

Prepare the financial statements for the Melvin Plumbing Corporation as of July 31 in the space below.

You will only be preparing the income statement, statement of retained earnings, and the balance sheet.

The statement of cash flows is a required financial statement, but is not required for this case study.        

Requirement #10: 

Prepare a post-closing trial balance as of July 31 in the space below.

Melvin Plumbing Corporation           

Post-Closing Trial Balance

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 3 Case Study 1 Flower Landscaping Corporation

 

The Entire Case Study is due Sunday at Midnight Mountain time at the end of Week 3.
This Case Study is worth 100 points or 10% of your final course grade.
This Case Study relates to TCO's D and E and Chapters 3 and 4.
MAKE SURE TO COMPLETE ALL REQUIREMENTS WHICH ARE LISTED BELOW.
There are 10 Sheets in the Workbook including this one.
All of the Information you need for the Project is located in this Workbook.
Requirements
Requirement 1 - Prepare the Journal Entries in the General Journal
Requirement 2 - Post Journal Entries to the General Ledger
Requirement 3 - Prepare a Trial Balance
Requirement 4 - Prepare the Adjusting Entries
Requirement 5 - Post Adjusting Entries to the General Ledger
Requirement 6 - Prepare an Adjusted Trial Balance
Requirement 7 - Prepare the Financial Statements
Requirement 8 - Prepare the Closing Entries
Requirement 9 - Post Closing Entries to the General Ledger
Requirement 10 - Prepare the Post Closing Trial Balance

Sheet in Workbook
Journal Entries
General Ledger
Trial Balance
Adjusting Entries
General Ledger
Adjusted TB
Financial Statements
Closing Entries
General Ledger
Post Closing TB

Hint for success: review the Week 2 Lecture prior to starting this project.
There are also hints contained within certain cells on some of the worksheet tabs.
You can hover over the red pointer at the top right-hand corner of the cell to read the hint.
Hints are provided for the following balances:
1) The debits for the journal entries on the Journal Entries tab
2) The credits for the journal entries on the Journal Entries tab
3) The cash balance on the General Ledger tab
4) The debits for the trial balance on the Trial Balance tab
5) The credits for the trial balance on the Trial Balance tab
6) The debits for the adjusted trial balance on the Adjusted Trial Balance tab
7) The credits for the adjusted trial balance on the Adjusted Trial Balance tab

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 3 Quiz

 

Q -1

Other comprehensive income

 

 

A.

includes extraordinary gains and losses.

 

B.

affects earnings per share.

 

C.

includes unrealized gains and losses on available-for-sale investments.

 

D.

has no effect on income tax.

 

 

 

Q-2

Use the following data of

TortoiseTortoise

Sales, Inc.:

                        Unit     Total    Units

            Units   Cost     Cost     Sold

Beginning inventory   16        $3        $48     

Purchase on Apr 25     25        6          150     

Purchase on Nov 16    11        8          88       

Sales    40        ?          ?         

Tortoise

Sales' average cost of ending inventory is

 

 

 

 

 

 

An auditor report by independent accountants

 

A.

gives investors assurance that the company's stock is a safe investment.

 

B.

is ultimately the responsibility of the management of the client company.

 

C.

ensures that the financial statements are error-free.

 

D.

gives investors assurance that the company's financial statements conform to GAAP.

 

 

 

 

Use the following data of

SeasideSeaside

Sales, Inc.:

                        Unit     Total    Units

            Units   Cost     Cost     Sold

Beginning inventory   18        $4        $72     

Purchase on Apr 25     43        7          301     

Purchase on Nov 16    19        10        190     

Sales    45        ?          ?         

SeasideSeaside

Sales' LIFO cost of ending inventory would be

 

 

 

Use the following data of

SeaspraySeaspray

Sales, Inc.:

                        Unit     Total    Units

            Units   Cost     Cost     Sold

Beginning inventory   24        $7        $168   

Purchase on Apr 25     30        8          240     

Purchase on Nov 16    14        9          126     

Sales    50        ?          ?         

SeaspraySeaspray

Sales uses a FIFO inventory system. Cost of goods sold for the period is

 

 

 

 

The quality of earnings suggests that

 

A.

stockholders want the corporation to earn enough income to be able to pay its debts.

 

B.

income from continuing operations is a more relevant predictor of future performance than income from one-time transactions.

 

C.

net income is the best measure of the results of operations.

 

D.

continuing operations and one-time transactions are of equal importance.

 

 

 

 

Deferred Tax Liability is usually

            Type of Account         Reported on the

 

A.

Long-term       Income statement

 

B.

Short-term       Statement of stockholders' equity

 

C.

Short-term       Income statement

 

D.

Long-term       Balance sheet

 

 

 

 

Which statement is true?

 

A.

Discontinued operations are a separate category on the income statement.

 

B.

Extraordinary items are combined with continuing operations on the income statement.

 

C.

Extraordinary items are part of discontinued operations.

 

 

Hazard Company had anan $18,000 beginning inventory and aa $25,000 ending inventory. Net sales ere

$153,000; purchases, $76,000; purchase returns and allowances, $3,000; and freight in, $9,000. Cost of goods sold for the period is $75,000.What is Hazard gross profit percentage (rounded to the nearest percentage)?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 4 Quiz

Q -1

 

Anderson Company had the following information in

 

20142014.

 

Accounts receivable 12/31/14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  $14,000

 

Allowance for uncollectible account 12/31/14 (before adjustment). . . . . . .  850

 

Credit sales during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  36,000

 

Cash sales during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  11,000

 

Collections from customers on account during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  45,000

 

If uncollectible accounts are determined by the aging-of-receivables method to be

 

$1,260 the uncollectible-account expense for 2014

 

would be:.

 

 

 

Q-2  All of the following are controls for cash received over the counter except

 

A.the cash drawer should open only when the sales clerk enters an amount on the keys.

 

B.the sales clerk must have access to the cash register tape.

 

C.a printed receipt must be given to the customer.

 

D.the customer should be able to see the amounts entered into the cash register.

 

 

 

 

 

Q-3  Patrick Company had the following information in 2014.

 

Accounts receivable 12/31/14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  $9,000

 

Allowance for uncollectible account 12/31/14 (before adjustment). . . . . . .  800

 

Credit sales during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  38,000

 

Cash sales during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  16,000

 

Collections from customers on account during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  47,000

 

If uncollectible accounts are determined by the aging-of-receivables method to be

 

$1,050,  the uncollectible account expense for 2014 would be $250.

 

The balance of the Allowance account after the adjusting entry would be

 

 

 

Q-4 All of the following are objectives of internal control except

 

A.to safeguard assets.

 

B.to comply with legal requirements.

 

C.to maximize net income.

 

D.to ensure accurate and reliable accounting records.

 

 

 

Q-5All of the following are internal control procedures except

 

A.Sarbanes-Oxley reforms.

 

B.assignment of responsibilities.

 

C.adequate records.

 

D.internal and external audits.

 

 

 

Q-6 Ryan Company had the following information in

 

2014.

 

Accounts receivable 12/31/14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  $8,000

 

Allowance for uncollectible account 12/31/14 (before adjustment). . . . . . .  700

 

Credit sales during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  40,000

 

Cash sales during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  9,000

 

Collections from customers on account during 2014. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  45,000

 

Uncollectible accounts are determined by the percent-of-sales method to be

 

4% of credit sales. How much is uncollectible-account expense for

 

2014?

 

 

 

Q-7 Which of the following assets are not included in "cash equivalents" in a typical balance sheet?

 

A.Time deposits

 

B.Certain very low-risk equity securities

 

C.Foreign government securities

 

D.U.S. government securities

 

E.All of the above might be included in "cash equivalents."

 

 

 

Q-8 Net sales total $584,000. Beginning and ending accounts receivable are

 

$46,000 and $50,000, respectively. Calculate days' sales in receivables.

 

 

 

Q-9 Tennis Academy held investments in trading securities with a fair value of  $50,000 at December 31, 2014. These investments cost Fairway Pro Fairway Pro 45,000 on January 1, 2014 What is the appropriate amount for Fairway Pro Fairway Pro to report for these investments on the December 31,

 

2014 balance sheet?

 

 

 

Q-10 Requiring that an employee with no access to cash do the accounting is an example of which characteristic of internal control?

 

A.Competent and reliable personnel

 

B.Assignment of responsibility

 

C.Monitoring of controls

 

D.Separation of duties

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 5 Case Study 2 Internal Control LJB Company

 

Case Study 2 - Internal Control- Due by Sunday of week 5

LJB Company, a local distributor, has asked your accounting firm to evaluate their system of internal controls because they are planning to go public in the future. The President wants to be aware of any new regulations required of his company if they go public so he met with a colleague of yours at a local restaurant. The President of the company explained the current system of internal controls to your colleague. Your colleague has since been promoted to a tax position so she has passed on the information below so you can generate recommendations for the partner at your accounting firm to share with the President of LJB Company.

Since LJB Company is a relatively lean organization, they have a lot of faith in their long-term employees. They have one accountant who serves as Treasurer and Controller which streamlines many of their processes. In this dual role, he purchases all of the supplies and pays for these purchases. He also receives the checks and completes the monthly bank reconciliation. The accountant is so busy that the company handles petty cash a bit differently. All employees have access to the petty cash in a desk drawer and are asked to only place a note if they use any of the cash.

The accountant has recently started using pre-numbered invoices and wants to buy an indelible ink machine to print their checks. The President is waiting to hear from you if this is a necessary purchase before authorizing.

On payday, the checks are picked up by the accountant and left in his office for pick-up. Before he leaves for the weekend, he will move the checks into a safe in his office.

The President is still quite embarrassed because he had to fire one of his employees for viewing pornography on a company computer. He later found out this individual was a convicted felon who served time for molesting children. The company had a hard time getting the employee to admit it was him because the company does not assign individual passwords. The President expressed his frustration because both he and the accountant both interview and approve all of the new hires.

Required:

Based on the above information, prepare a Word document to address the following:

Inform the President of any new internal control requirements if the company decides to go public. (7 points) Advise the President of what the company is doing right (they are doing some things well) and also recommend to the President whether or not they should buy the indelible ink machine. When you advise the President, please be sure to reference the applicable internal control principle that applies. (13 points) Advise the President of what the company is doing wrong (they are definitely doing some things poorly). Please be sure to include the internal control principle that is being violated along with a recommendation for improvement. (20 points)

You must prepare a formal report for the partner to distribute to the President so no abbreviations or short-hand answers. You also must cite your references. At a minimum, your textbook should be cited.

Below is a grading rubric for this assignment.

Category

Points

Description

Understanding

10

Demonstrate a strong grasp of the problem at hand. Demonstrate understanding of how the course concepts apply to the problem.

Analysis

30

Apply original thought to solving the business problem. Apply concepts from the course material correctly toward solving the business problem.

Execution

10

Write your answer clearly and succinctly using strong organization and proper grammar. Use citations correctly.

Total

50

A quality paper will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.

Best Practices

The following are best practices in preparing this paper.

Cover Page: Include whom you prepared the paper for, who prepared it, and the date. Table of Contents: List the main ideas and sections of the paper and the pages where they are located. Illustrations should be included separately. Introduction: Use a header on your paper. This will indicate that you are introducing the paper.

The purpose of an introduction or opening is to introduce the subject and why the subject is important; preview the main ideas and the order in which they will be covered; and establish the tone of the document.

Include in the introduction a reason for the audience to read the paper. Also include an overview of what you will cover and the importance of the material. (This should include or introduce the questions you are asked to answer in each assignment.)

Body of the Report: Use a header with the name of the case study. An example is, "The Development of Hotel X: A World Class Resort." Proceed to break out the main ideas: State the main ideas, the major points of each idea, and provide evidence. Show some type of division, such as separate, labeled sections; separate groups of paragraphs; or headers. Include the information you found during your research and investigation. Summary and Conclusion: Summarizing is similar to paraphrasing but presents the gist of the material in fewer words than the original. An effective summary identifies the main ideas and the major support points from the body of the report; minor details are left out. Summarize the benefits of the ideas and how they effect the subject. Work Cited: Use the citation format specified in the Syllabus.

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 5 Course Project Draft Spreadsheet

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 5 Homework

E 7-15A 

 

Potvin Self Storage purchased land, paying $175,000 cash as a down payment and signing a $185,000 note payable for the balance. Potvin also had to pay delinquent property tax of $5,500, title insurance costing $3,000, and $2,000 to level the land and remove an unwanted building. The company paid 

$55,000 to add soil for the foundation and then constructed an office building at a cost of 

$1100,000. It also paid $47,000 for a fence around the property, $16,000 for the company sign near the property entrance, and $10,000 for lighting of the grounds. Requirement

 

  1. What is the capitalized cost of each of Potvin's land, land improvements, and building? 
  2. cost of land improvement
  3. Cost of building

 

 

 

E 7-19A

Tasteful's Pizza bought a used Toyota delivery van on January 2, 2014, for $18,000. The van was expected to remain in service for four years left parenthesis (41,750 miles). At the end of its useful life, Tasteful's officials estimated that the van's residual value would be $1,300. The van traveled 

13,000 miles the first year, 11,250 miles the second year, 10,250 miles the third year, and 7,250 miles in the fourth year. 

Requirements

  1. Prepare a schedule of depreciation expense per year for the van under the three depreciation methods.
  2. Which method best tracks the wear and tear on the van?  
  3. Which method would Tasteful's prefer to use for income tax purposes? Explain in detail why 

Tasteful's prefers this method. 

 

Prepare a schedule of depreciation expense per year for the van under the three depreciation methods

  Requirement 2. Which method best tracks the wear and tear on the van?

The  units-of-production method tracks the wear and tear on the van most closely. 

 

Requirement 3. Which method would Tasteful's prefer to use for income tax purposes? Explain in detail why Tasteful's prefers this method. For income tax purposes, Tasteful's 

would prefer the double-declining-balance method because it provides the 

most depreciation, and thus, the  largest tax deductions in the early life of the asset.

 

 

E8-20A

 

Corp. purchased 10, $1,000, 77% 

bonds of Power Source Corporation when the market rate of interest was 12%. Interest is paid semiannually on the bonds, and the bonds will mature in ten years. Using the PV function in 

Excel Superscript ®Excel®, compute the price Haygood paid (the present value) on the bond investment. (Assume that all payments of interest and principal occur at the end of the period. Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

E9-23A 

Assume that Jasper Electronics completed these selected transactions during March 2014:

  1. Sales of $2,100,000 are subject to estimated warranty cost of 2%. The estimated warranty payable at the beginning of the year was $34,000, and warranty payments for the year totaled $57,000.
  2. On March 1, Jasper Electronics signed a 45,000 note payable that requires annual payments of $9,000 plus 4% interest on the unpaid balance each March 2. 
  3. Music For You, Inc., a chain of music stores, ordered $135,000 worth of CD players. With its order, Music For You, Inc., sent a check for $135,000 in advance, and Jasper shipped $80,000 of the goods. Jasper will ship the remainder of the goods on April 3, 2014. 
  4. The March Payroll of $260,000 is subject to employee withheld income tax of 30,000 

and FICA tax of 7.65%. On March 31, Jasper pays employees their take-home pay and accrues all tax amounts.

 

 

  1. Report these items on Jasper Electronics' balance sheet at March 31, 2014.

 

 

E9-29A

Companies that operate in different industries may have very different financial ratio values. These differences may grow even wider when we compare companies located in different countries. 

(Click the icon to view the financial statements.)

Requirement

 

1 Compare three leading companies on their current ratio, debt ratio, leverage ratio, and times-interest-earned ratio. Compute the ratios for Company  BB, Company  NN, and Company  QQ. Based on your computed ratio values, which company looks the least risky?

Begin by computing the ratios. Start by selecting the formula for the current ratio. Then calculate the current ratios for Company  BB,  NN, and  QQ

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 6 Case Study 3 - Cash Budgeting LBJ Company

 

ACCT504 Case Study 3 on Cash Budgeting

The cash budget was covered during Week 4 when we covered TCO D and you read Chapter 7. There is also a practice case study to work on. Your Professor will provide the solution to the practice case study at the end of Week 5. This case study should be uploaded by 11:59PM Mountain time of the Sunday ending Week 6 to the Week 6 Assignment Dropbox. You are encouraged to use the Excel template file provided in Doc Sharing.

The LBJ Company has budgeted sales revenues as follows:

April May June

Credit sales $94,000 $89,500 $75,000

Cash sales 48,000 75,000 57,000

Total sales $142,000 $164,500 $132,000

Past experience indicates that 30% of the credit sales will be collected in the month of sale and the remaining 70% will be collected in the following month.

Purchases of inventory are all on credit and 40% is paid in the month of purchase and 60% in the month following purchase. Budgeted inventory purchases are $195,000 in April, $135,000 in May, and $63,000 in June.

Other budgeted cash receipts: (a) sale of plant assets for $33,000 in May, and (b) sale of new common stock for $50,000 in June. Other budgeted cash disbursements: (a) operating expenses of $15,000 each month, (b) selling and administrative expenses of $10,150 each month, (c) purchase of equipment for $19,000 cash in June, and (d) dividends of $20,000 will be paid in June.

The company has a cash balance of $20,000 at the beginning of May and wishes to maintain a minimum cash balance of $20,000 at the end of each month. An open line of credit is available at the bank and carries an annual interest rate of 10%. Assume that all borrowing is done on the first day of the month in which financing is needed and that all repayments are made on the last day of the month in which excess cash is available. Also assume that there is no outstanding financing as of May 1.

Requirements:

  1. Use this information to prepare a Cash Budget for the months of May and June, using the template provided in Doc Sharing.
  2. What are the three sections of a Cash Budget, and what is included in each section?
  3. Why is a Cash Budget so vital to a company?
  4. What are the five basic principles of cash management that a company can follow in order to improve its chances of having adequate cash?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 6 Homework

 

E10-19A

Army Navy Sporting Goods is authorized to issue 10,000 shares of common stock. During a two-month period, Army Navy completed these stock-issuance transactions:

 

Apr 23 Issued 3,000 shares of $1.00 par common stock for cash of $13.00 per share.

May 12 Received inventory with a market value of $20,000 and equipment with market

    value of $39,000 for 3,600 shares of the $1.00 par common stock.Requirements

  1. Journalize the transactions.
  2. Prepare the stockholders' equity section of 

Army Navy Sporting Goods' balance sheet for the transactions given in this exercise. Retained Earnings has a balance of 

$45,000. 

 

 

 

E10-25A (similar to)  Question Help   

Ontario Manufacturing, Inc., reported the following at December 31, 2014 and December 31, 2015:

Stockholders' Equity

 

Preferred stock, cumulative, $1.00 par, 12%, 45,000 shares issued

$45,000

 

Common stock, $0.60 par, 9,070,000 shares issued

5,442,000

Ontario Manufacturing has paid all preferred dividends through 2011

Requirement

 

  1. Compute the total amounts of dividends to both preferred and common stockholders for 

2014 and 2015 if total dividends are $30,000 in 2014 and $45,000 in 2015.

 

Begin with 2014. Compute the total amounts of dividends to both preferred and common stockholders for 

2014 if total dividends are $30,000.

 

 

 

 

E12-16A

 

Donnahoo Investments specializes in low-risk government bonds. 

Identify each of Donnahoo's transactions as operating (O), investing (I), financing (F), noncash investing and financing (NIF), or a transaction that is not reported on the statement of cash flows (N). Indicate whether each item increases (+) or decreases  

 

  1. Cash sale of land
  2. Issuance of long-term note payable in exchange for cash
  3. Depreciation of equipment
  4. Purchase of treasury stock
  5. Issuance of common stock for cash
  6. Increase in accounts payable
  7. Net income
  8. Payment of cash dividend
  9. Decrease in accrued liabilities
  10. Loss on sale of land
  11. Acquisition of building by issuance of notes payable
  12. Payment of long-term debt
  13. Acquisition of building by issuance of common stock
  14. Decrease in accounts receivable
  15. Decrease in inventory
  16. Increase in prepaid expenses

 

E12-20A

The income statement and additional data of Newton Travel Products, Inc., follow:

 

Requirements

 

  1. Prepare 

Newton Travel Products's statement of cash flows for the year ended December 31, 

2014, using the indirect method.  

  1. Evaluate Noel' cash flows for the year. In your evaluation, mention all three categories of 

cash flows and give the reason for your evaluation.

 

Requirement 1. Prepare Newton's statement of cash flows for the year ended December 31, 

2014, using the indirect method. 

Start by completing the cash flows from operating activities. Then complete each section of the statement of cash flows, including the noncash investing and financing activities. (

 

Newton Travel Products, Inc.

 

 

Income Statement

 

 

Year Ended December 31, 2014

 

 

 

Requirement 2. Evaluate 

Newton's cash flows for the year. In your evaluation, mention all three categories of cash flows and give the reason for your evaluation. Newton's .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCT 504 Week 7 Course Project JCP Kohls

 

 

 

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