Financial Accounting Chapter 5 Notes
Financial Accounting Chapter 5 Notes ACC-142
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Financial Accounting CH 1-4 were the accounting cycle; studied the service type of business CH 5 > merchandising business; remember the types of businesses are SMM (service, merchandising, manufacturing) 1. What is the function of a merchandiser? Sells products, purchase inventory or products, donations (good for PR) a. Page 283 > difference between the income statements and BS i. IS > for service businesses, we use a single step IS (revenues – expenses = net income); for merchandising businesses, we use multiple step IS because we need to know more information ii. BS > for both we still have A = L + SHE; for merchandising businesses we will use Merchandise Inventory as a part of the assets 2. Inventory Systems (how they are set up): a. Periodic > you have to count everything to know what you have in inventory and what you have sold; old-fashioned (before computers) b. Perpetual > on-going; we always know the inventory count and the dollar amount or cost of our inventory because of computers (bar codes and scanning; scan inventory in and scan it out); still need to count your inventory because of things like theft i. Even though we use a perpetual system, we still need to count the inventory at least once in the accounting period; the difference between the computer and the physical count is called inventory shrinkage (theft, broken items, perishable items, human errors (misplaced)) For the following table: **we are using a perpetual inventory system (COGS= cost of goods sold) (SR&A = sales revenue & allowances) (x = contra) (S Disc. = Sales Discount) Transaction Buyer’s Records Seller’s Records Nov. 1: merchandise was DR Merch. Inv. (+CA) Retail: purchased with a retail 1,000 DR A/R (+CA) price of $1000; cost of CR A/P (+CL) 1,000 $250; shipping terms 1,000 CR Sales (+R, +SHE) FOB destination (free on 1,000 board to the buyer) Cost: DR COGS (+E, -SHE) 250 ($200); credit terms CR Merch. Inv. (-CA) 1/10, n/30 250 Shipping: DR Delivery Exp. 200 CR Cash 200 1000 – 250 = 750 (gross profit) Nov. 5: merchandise was DR A/P (-CL) Retail: returned, retail of $400,400 DR SR&A (+xR), -R, -SHE) cost of $100 CR Merch. Inventory (-CA) 400 400 CR A/R (-CA) 400 Cost: DR Merch. Inv. (+CA) 100 CR COGS (-E, +SHE) 100 Nov. 11: Received DR A/P (-CL) DR Cash (+CA) payment on Nov. 1 600 594 purchase CR Cash (600 x .99) DR S Disc. (+xR,-R,-SHE) 594 6 CR Merch. Inventory (-CA) CR A/R (-CA) 6 600 OR Nov. 20: received DR A/P (-CL) DR Cash (+CA) payment on Nov. 1 600 600 purchase CR Cash (-CA) CR A/R (-CA) 600 600 Nov. 1: merchandise was DR Merch. Inv. (+CA) Retail: DR A/R purchased ……….. 1,000 shipping terms FOB CR A/P (+CL) 1000 Shipping Point …………. 1,000 CR Sales AND 1000 DR Merch. Inv. (+CA) Cost: 200 DR COGS Ch. 5 notes cont. > Single Step income statement > revenue – expense = net income Multiple Step income statement: 1. Sales > revenue; CR; we record the retail in this acct. 2. SR&A > xRev.; DR; used when we record the retail amount of a customer’s return 3. SDisc. > xRev.; DR; used when we offer a discount to our customers 4. Net Sales > not an account; it is the first step 5. COGS > Expense; DR; records our cost of purchasing inventory most likely from a wholesaler 6. Gross Profit > not an account; it is the second step; net sales – COGS 7. Operating Expenses > split between selling exp. and administrative exp.; incurred for merchandising 8. Total Operating Expenses > add selling and admin 9. Operating Income > not an account; it is the third step; GP – Oper. Exp.; tells us our net income from merchandising 10.Other revenues and (expenses) > from other activities other than merchandising 11.Net Income > operating income (– or +) other rev. /exp. (refer to page 303) All line items on the MSI/S from operating income and above are called core or normal business activities; those below operating income are called peripheral (outside of the scope of merchandising) or non-operating activities