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- Liabilities and Equity Exercises III c) Common stock, $4.50 par, 7,000,000 shares authorized, 2,250,000 shares issued and outstanding $ 10,125,000 Paid-in capital in excess of par 4,000,000 Retained earnings 1,625,000 Total stockholders
- Liabilities and Equity Exercises I 6,700.00 1,200.00 435.50 100.50 15.00 300.00 4,649.00 Hall, J. 10,200.00 2,681.00 598.00 153.00 15.00 300.00 6,453.00 Wong, I. 1,650.00 360.00 107.25 24.75 15.00 300.00 843.00
- Long-Term Assets Exercises III approach $70,000 Install shrubs and trees 8,750 Replace rotting exterior siding material 26,250 Replace burned out exterior light bulbs 1,750 Assume that Shaw Corporation agreed to the bid, and authorized
- Using Accounting Information Exercises I , 150,000 shares issued and outstanding $ 7,500,000 Common stock, $1 par value, 1,000,000 shares authorized, 400,000 shares issued and outstanding 400,000 $ 7,900,000 Additional paid-in capital:
- Current Assets The controls over cash disbursements include procedures that allow only authorized payments for actual expenditures and maintenance of proper separation of duties.
- Long-Term Assets illustration; life affords an almost infinite number of scenarios, and accountants must weigh many variables as they zero-in on their preferred choice under a given set of facts and circumstances (author’s
- Managerial and Cost Accounting B C D E F G H I J K L M N O 1 2 ACTIVITY COST POOLS 3 COST ANALYSIS Robotics Production Set Up Tech Support Product Design Advert ising Campaign Unallocated 4 5 Direct materials $ 74,000,000 0%
- Income Measurement & The Reporting Cycle The approved journal vouchers then serve as supporting documents to authorize data entry into the accounting system.
- Reporting Techniques This decision maker usually has authority to allocate resources and judge performance of the unit, and typically relies upon the segment’s financial reports in making those calls.
- Using Accounting Information Accumulated depreciat ion $ 360,000 (g) 120,000 $ 480,000 Accounts payable 200,000 (h) 70,000 270,000 Wages payable 50,000 (i) 30,000 20,000 Long-term loan payable 1,800,000 (j)