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Acquiring a machine
company, acquired a machine from Counter. Geiger gave Counter 10,000 shares of Geigerâ€™s $1 par
value common stock in exchange for the machine. At the time of the aquisition, Geigerâ€™s stock had a market value of $25 per
share. At the time of the acquisition, several appraisers valued the machine at $253,000. Prepare the entry Geiger should make
to record its acquisition of the machine.
company, acquired a machine from Roll. Tide gave Roll 10,000 shares of Tideâ€™s $1 par value
common stock in exchange for the machine. At the time of the aquisition, Tideâ€™s stock had a market value of $25 per share. At
the time of the acquisition, several appraisers valued the machine at $253,000. Prepare the entry Tide should make to record
its acquisition of the machine.
(5 points) On 12-31-15, Acme purchased a machine. Acme signed a $800,000 zero-interest bearing note. The note is
payable in full on 12-31-17. Assume an acceptable interest rate on similar notes was 4%. On 12-31-15, Acme incurred and paid
$12,000 to have the machine installed in its sales office. In this problem, you can ignore depreciation â€“ weâ€™ll get to that in chapter 11.
Prepare the entries Acme should make related to this note on:
(4 points) For each of the items below,
prepare the appropriate entry
A motor in one of Excelâ€™s trucks was overhauled at a cost of $4,000. Excel expects this overhaul will make the truck last longer,
i.e., the truckâ€™s useful life will be extended.
James, a maintenance worker at Excel, spent the entire week unloading and setting up a new machine in Excelâ€™s factory. Jamesâ€™
earned $1,500 that week, however, James will not be paid until the following week. (Do not worry about any withholdings from
Excel incurred and paid $1,600 for ordinary repairs on one of its machines.
Excel incurred and paid $10,000 for adjustments to one of its machines. The adjustments will increase the efficiency of the
machine, i.e., the machine will be able to produce the same quantity of inventory items at a lower production cost.
(9 points) B constructed a warehouse for its own use. B started construction on January 1 and completed construction on
December 31. Construction expenditures were as follows:
$350,000 on January 1
$420,000 on May 31
$250,000 on September 1
$140,000 on November 1
During the entire year B had the following outstanding notes payable:
A 5.00%, 5-year $8,000,000 note payable
A 4.50%, 7-year $4,000,000 note payable
A 3.00%, 4-year $5,000,000 note payable
What were Bâ€™s total interest costs for the year?
What amount of interest should B capitalize on this construction project?
What was Bâ€™s interest expense for the year?
When necessary, round any interest rate as follows: 4.873% = 4.9% while 3.314% = 3.3%.
(5 points) Leia Company purchased a machine for $10,000,000 on January 1, 2018. Leia estimates the machine will have
a five-year useful life, salvage value of $96,000, production capability of 800,000 units of a product called Hoosier, and 10,000
working hours. During 2018, Leia used the machine for 3,400 hours and the machine produced 275,000 units. Compute Leiaâ€™s
depreciation for 2018 assuming she uses the following depreciation methods:
(3 points) Evan Company purchased a machine for $500,000 on August 1, 2017. Evan estimates the machine will have a
ten-year useful life and a salvage value of $50,000. Evan calculates depreciation for a year to the nearest full month. Compute Evanâ€™s
depreciation for 20
assuming he uses the following depreciation methods:
(20 points) Dianeâ€™s balance sheets as of December 31, 2016 and 2017 are presented below:
Accounts receivable, net
Long-term notes receivable
Discount on long-term notes receivable
Property, plant, and equipment â€“ at cost
Common stock, $1 par value
TOTAL LIABILITIES & SE
Dianeâ€™s 2017 income statement is presented below:
Other revenues and gains/losses, net
Selling, general, and administrative expenses
Income before income taxes
Income tax expense
On January 1, 2017, Diane provided services to a customer in exchange for a $100,000, zero interest bearing note
receivable. Diane will collect the note principal in full on January 1, 2020. The market rate of interest at the time of the sale
During 2017, all other services provided by Diane were on a cash or short-term credit (AR) basis.
During 2017, Diane declared and distributed a cash dividend.
During 2017, Diane issued, in exchange for cash, 50,000 additional shares of her common stock.
During 2017, Diane both bought and sold some PP&E. Diane uses the straight-line depreciation method on all of its PP&E
items and calculates depreciation to the nearest full-month. Diane assumes a $0 salvage value on each PP&E item. Dianeâ€™s
PP&E sales related to two items:
A machine. Diane purchased the machine on 06-01-14 for $86,400. The machine had an eight-year useful life.
Diane sold the machine on 11-01-17 for $45,000.
A building. When Diane purchased the building, she paid $100,000. Diane sold the building for $20,000. As a
result of the sale, Diane recorded a loss of $5,000.
During 2017, Diane did NOT enter into any non-cash investing or financing activities.
Prepare Dianeâ€™s Statement of Cash Flows (in good form) for the year ended December 31, 2017. Diane uses the indirect method