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1.(TCO 3) At the end of the period it is necessary to close all temporary accounts. (1) Explain why this process is required (10 points) and (2) provide an example of the closing of an expense account, Supplies Expense in the form of a journal entry. (10 points) (Points : 20)               year or, occasionally, at the end of each  accounting period. 2)In order to close Utilities Expense, the following  journal entry is used: Debit (DR) Income Summary 2.(TCO 2) As required to complete Course Project 1, one must follow the cycle that includes 10 steps to complete the accounting cycle. (1) Explain how to construct an Unadjusted Trial Balance (10 points) and (2) provide an example of the application of the debit/credit rules in the development of the trial balance. (10 points) (Points : 20)               * Credit all liabilities (like accounts payable, accrued  expenses) * All assets should be debited and all liabilities and  capital should be credited. 3.(TCO 5) Internal Control Procedures are required to safeguard company assets and to ensure ethical operation of the business. (1) Explain how limited access can satisfy the purpose of internal control (10 points) and (2) provide an example of how this control could be implemented. (10 points) (Points : 20)               4.(TCO 4) Inventory valuation methods determine the cost of goods sold and the inventory balance. (1) Explain how the Last in First out (LIFO) method is applied (10 points) and (2) provide an example of the impact that this method of inventory valuation will have on Gross Profit. (10 points)  (Points : 20)               average cost to determine the value of COGS and  ending inventory.  2)In our bakery example, the average cost for  inventory would be $1.125 per unit, calculated as  [(200 x $1) + (200 x $1.25)]/400. 5.(TCO 1) To evaluate the financial operation and health of a business ratio analysis is used. (1) Provide the formula for the Acid-test (or Quick) Ratio and explain how it is computed (10 points) and (2) provide an example of how this ratio can be used in decision-making in business. (10 points) (Points : 20)               efficient. A low ratio implies the company should  re­assess its credit policies in order to ensure the  timely collection of imparted credit that is not  earning interest for the firm.  1.(TCO 6) BagODonuts Company bought a used delivery truck on January 1, 2010, for $19,200. The van was expected to remain in service 4 years (30,000 miles). BagODonuts’ accountant estimated that the truck’s residual value would be $2,400 at the end of its useful life. The truck traveled 8,000 miles the first year, 8,500 miles the second year, 5,500 miles the third year, and 8,000 miles in the fourth year. 1. Calculate depreciation expense for the truck for each year (2010-2013) using the: a. Straight-line method. b. Double-declining balance method. c. Units of Production method. (For units-of-production and double-declining balance, round to the nearest two decimals after each step of the calculation.) 2. Which method best tracks the wear and tear on the van? 3. Which method would BagODonuts prefer to use for income tax purposes? Explain in detail why BagODonuts prefers this method.  (Points : 25)               1a. Straight­line Method ($19200 ­ $2400)/ 4 =  $5600 1b. Double­declining method: 1st = $9,600  2nd= $4,800  3rd = $2,400 1c. Depreciation Cost = Original Cost ­ Salavage Value  = $16800       Depreciation per Unit = $16800 / 30000 miles = 0.56      Yr 1 ­ .56 x 8000 = 4480, Yr 2 .56 x 8500 = 4760, Yr 3 .56 x 5500 = 3080, Yr 4  .56 x 8000 =                        4480  2. Which best tracks the wear and tear on the van?  Units of production method  3. Which method BagODonuts prefer to use for income tax purposes? Explain  why BagODonuts chose this one: Double Declining Balance w ould be chosen  because it provides the greatest reduction in taxable income. This will free up  more money to grow the business and invest in more assets. 2.(TCO 7) ABC Inc. was incorporated on 1/15/12. Their corporate charter authorized the following capital stock: Preferred Stock: 7%, par value $100 per share, 100,000 shares. Common Stock: $1 par value, 500,000 shares. The following transactions occurred during the year: 1/19/12 – Issued 100,000 shares of common stock for $17 cash per share. 1/31/12 – Issued 3,000 shares of preferred stock for $115 cash per share. 11/1/12 – Repurchased 30,000 shares of common stock for $22 cash per share. 12/1/12 – Declared and paid a total dividend of $95,000. Required: 1. Prepare the journal entry for each transaction listed above. 2. In your own words, explain the main differences between common and preferred stock. (Points : 25)                   (Issued preferred shares) 11/1          Stock Repurchase 660,000.00  Cash                     660,000.00      Reacquired common shares 12/1          Dividends  95,000.00  Cash                     95,000.00     Declared and paid cash dividends 2. Preferred stock is a type of capital stock which has specific dividends that is  distributed first before common stockholders can receive any dividends  declared and paid. In the event  of liquidation, preferred stockholders are  prioritized first before common stockholders can receive any remaining assets of  the company.  Common stock enjoys voting rights which preferred stock don't  have. Common stock receives dividends only after the preferred dividends are  satisfied first. And if the business is liquidated, it receives any remaining assets  only after creditors and preferred shareholders have been paid or satisfied. 3.(TCO 5) Fraud is an intentional misrepresentation of facts, made for the purpose of persuading another party to act in a way that causes injury or damage to that party. In our readings and discussions we have seen several examples of fraud in business. Using that experience (1) provide an example of a common fraudulent practice in business with an explanation of how the practice works and (2) name and describe each of the elements of the Fraud Triangle. (Points : 25)               1. Securities or investment fraud, is a deceptive practice that induces investors to  make purchases or sale decisions on the basis of false information. This can  include embezzlement, insider trading, misstatements on company financial  records, and other illegal acts. 2. The three key elements in the fraud triangle are motive,  rationalization, and  opportunity. Motive is what causes the person to commit the fraud and usually  results from either critical need or greed on the part of the person. Opportunity is  what gives way to commit the fraud usually due to weak internal controls,  improper access or lax ethical practices. Finally rationalization, the person  committing the fraud convinces themselves that they deserve this, or that they are  doing it because no one treats them fairly or that simply everyone else does it. 4. (TCO 5) Internal Control Procedures are in place to protect the assets of every business as mentioned in the textbook and our discussions. Of the seven internal control procedures, list five of these controls and describe how each procedure is implemented. (5 points each with 2 points for listing and 3 points for a description)  (Points : 25)               Comparisons and Compliance Monitoring ensures that no person or department  should be able to completely process a transaction from beginning to end without  being cross­checked by another person or department. This will reduce errors  and establish a chain of command. Adequate Records provide the details of business transactions. The general rule  is that all major groups of transactions should be supported by either hard copy  documents or electronic records. This will create a traceable paper trail. Limited Access ­ complements segregation of duties, company policy should limit  access to assets only to those persons or departments that have custodial  responsibilities. For example, access to cash should be limited to persons in the  treasurer’s department.  Proper Approvals ensures no transaction should be processed without  management’s general or specific approval. The bigger the transaction, the more  specific approval it should have. Checks and balances will keep mistakes and  fraud to minimum. 5. (TCO 2) Below are the accounts of Super Pool Service, Inc. The accounts have normal balances on June 30, 2012. The  accounts are listed in no particular order. Account                              Balance  Common stock                    $5,100  Accounts payable                $4,400  Service revenue                   $17,100  Land                                  $28,800  Note payable                       $9,500  Cash                                  $5,200  Dividends                            $6,100  Utilities expense                  $2,100  Accounts receivable             $10,600  Delivery expense                 $700  Retained earnings                $25,600  Salary expense                    $8,200 Prepare the company’s trial balance as of June 30, 2012, listing accounts in proper sequence, as illustrated in the chapter. For  example, Accounts Receivable comes before Land. List the expense with the largest balance first, the expense with the next largest balance second, and so on. (Points : 25)               Super Pool Service, Inc.  Trial balance 30­Jun­12     Debit        Credit Cash DR     $5,200  Accounts receivable DR  $10,600  Land DR     $28,800  Accounts payable CR  $4,400  Note payable CR  $9,500  Common stock CR  $5,100  Retained earnings CR  $25,600  Dividends DR         $6,100  Service revenue CR  $17,100  Salary expense DR      $8,200  Utilities expenseDR  $2,100  Delivery expense DR  $700        Total  $61,700   $61,700  6. (TCO4) Linda’s Lampshades started business on Jan. 1, 2001. They had the following inventory transactions: Journals - Jan. 2001 Purchases Supplier Date Received Quantity Unit Cost Amount Donna 01/10/01 110 12.00 1320.00 Thomas 01/15/01 160 14.00 2240.00 Cindy 01/18/01 150 15.00 2250.00 Sales Customer Date shipped Quantity Sel. Price Amount Norilene 01/16/01 200 25.00 5000.00 1. Calculate the ending inventory, using the perpetual inventory method: A. Using FIFO B. Using LIFO C. Using Average Cost 2. Prepare the following statement Using FIFO LIFO Average Cost Sales Cost of Sales Gross Profit (Points : 25)               Wgt. Avg. Purchases Cost of sales Ending Inventory Date Quantity Unit Cost Amount Quantity Unit Cost Amount Quantity Unit Cost Amount 1.10.01  110   12.00   1,320   110   12  1320 1.15.01  160   14.00   2,240   270   13   3,560  1.16.01 200  13   2,637   70   13   923  1.18.01  150   15.00   2,250   220   14   3,173 


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