A: 40,500/10=4050 B: 33,600/9=3733 C: 36,000/8=4500 D: 19,000/7=2714 E: 23,500/6=3916 Total Straight-line depreciation = $18,913 Total Cost = $152,600 Depreciation Rate = 18,913/152,600 = 12.4% (b) Prepare the adjusting entry necessary at the end of the year to record depreciation for the year. Depreciation – Plant Assets 18,913
You find the information on this line of credit in the following table. You inquired at first National Bank and learned that Cogburn Company’s loan agreement specifies payment on the first day of each month for the interest due on the previous month’s outstanding balance at a rate of “prime plus 1.5 percent.” The bank gave you a report that showed the prime rate of interest was 8.5 percent for the first six months of the year and 8.0 percent for the last six months. Cogburn Company Notes Payable Balances Date Balance Jan 1 $150,000 Feb 1 200,000 April 1 225,000 May 1 285,000 June 1 375,000 Aug 1 430,000 Sept 1 290,000 Oct 1 210,000 Nov 1 172,000 Dec 1 95,000 Required a. Prepare an audit estimate of the amount of interest expense you expect to find as the balance of the interest expense account related to these notes payable. See Excel Sheet b.
Niles Co. has the following data related to an item of inventory: Inventory, March 1 100 units @ $2.10 Purchase, March 7 350 units @ $2.20 Purchase, March 16 70 units @ $2.25 Inventory, March 31 130 units 100. The value assigned to ending inventory if Niles uses LIFO is a. $290. b. $276.
years. | | The step-by-step calculation is: P | = | S(1 + rt)-1 | | | = | 400,000(1 + 0.0892 x 0.24657534...)-1 | | | = | 400,000 x 0.97847883... | | | = | $391,391.53 | Rounded as last step | b)You are correct. When the first bill matures at time 90 days, the investor purchases a second bill. We must find the purchase price of the second bill. This can be displayed on a time line: | | | | | $P | $400,000 | | | | | | 0 | 90 | 180 | 270 | | | | | | | | | P | = | price | = | unknown | | S | = | Maturity value | = | $400,000 | | r | = | Simple interest rate (decimal) | = | 9.16 | 100 | | = | 0.0916 | | t | = | Time period (years) | = | 90 | 365 | | = | 0.24657534... years.
What was Brady Brothers cash basis income? Cash basis income: $6,000 (cash received) - $5,000 (cash paid) = Answer: $1,000 Question 3: What was Brady Brothers accrual basis income? Accrual basis income: $12,000 (revenue earned) - $8,000 (expenses incurred) = Answer: $4,000 Question 4: Anderson Company’s balance sheet at the end of the year revealed the following information: Clients owe Anderson Company $35,300 for completed projects. Anderson Company owns office equipment totaling $95,500. Anderson Company owns $5,000 of material used on various client projects.
What is Whitlaw’s income tax? Income tax = $5,520 60. Go to the IRS Web site (www.irs.gov) and print the first page of Form 1120. Using the following information, determine Chelsea Corporation’s tax owed or refund due using the form if it made estimated tax payments of $15,000. Chelsea Corporation (34 Chelsea Drive, Sarasota, Florida, 33456) is a calendar-year corporation; its EIN is 78-9999999 and it was incorporated on June 15, 2002.
In addition, we can estimated that a customer with a $4000 credit balance to have an income in between (41.7665, 46.6130) in $1000 using the 95% CI confidence levels to calculate the income level. At the same time, the average mean income is (41.7665+46.6130)/2= 44.19 or $44,190 rounded up to nearest dollar. We cannot really predict the credit balance of $10,000 as it is out of