Chapter 3
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Chapter 3

Course Number: ACCT 2272, Spring 2011

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Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine TO ACCOMPANY ESSENTIALS OF ACCOUNTING FOR GOVERNMENTAL AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: TENTH EDITION Chapters 2 through 8 describe accounting and financial reporting by state and local governments. A continuous problem is presented to provide an overview of the reporting process, including preparation of fund...

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Problem Continuous City of Everlasting Sunshine Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine TO ACCOMPANY ESSENTIALS OF ACCOUNTING FOR GOVERNMENTAL AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: TENTH EDITION Chapters 2 through 8 describe accounting and financial reporting by state and local governments. A continuous problem is presented to provide an overview of the reporting process, including preparation of fund basis and government-wide statements. The problem assumes the government is using fund accounting for its internal record-keeping and then at year-end makes necessary adjustments to prepare the government-wide statements. The problem that follows is presented in the same order as the textbook (beginning with Chapters 3, and 4). Each chapter requires the preparation of journal entries to record the events and transactions of governmental, proprietary, or fiduciary funds. For the General Fund, use control accounts for the budgetary accounts, revenues, expenditures and encumbrances. For all other funds, use separate accounts for each type of revenue and expenditure/expense. At appropriate stages, preparation of the fund and government-wide statements are required. The following funds are included in this series of problems: Governmental Funds General Special revenueStreet and Highway Fund Capital projectsCity Hall Annex Construction Fund Debt serviceCity Hall Annex Debt Service Fund Debt serviceCity Hall Debt Service Fund Proprietary Funds Internal serviceStores and Services Fund EnterpriseWater and Sewer Fund Fiduciary Funds Private-purposeStudent Scholarship Fund Pension trustFire and Police Retirement Fund 1 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Chapter 3 Modified Accrual Accounting: Including the Role of Fund Balances and Budgetary Authority & Chapter 4 Accounting for the General and Special Revenue Funds The Balance Sheets of the General Fund and the Street and Highway Fund of the City of Everlasting Sunshine as of December 31, 2011, follow. These (beginning) balances have been entered in the proper general ledger accounts, as of 1/1/2012. CITY OF EVERLASTING SUNSHINE General Fund Balance Sheet As of December 31, 2011 Assets Cash Taxes receivabledelinquent Less: Estimated uncollectible delinquent taxes $80,000 $215,855 (37,333) 178,522 Interest and penalties receivable on taxes 21,586 Less: Estimated uncollectible interest and penalties (4,318) Due from state government Total assets Liabilities and Fund Equity Liabilities: Accounts payable Due to other funds Deferred revenuesproperty taxes Total liabilities Fund equity: Fund balanceassigned (for outstanding encumbrances) Fund balanceunassigned Total fund equity Total liabilities and fund equity 17,268 330,000 $605,790 $154,750 35,250 20,000 210,000 $31,000 364,790 395,790 $605,790 CITY OF EVERLASTING SUNSHINE Street and Highway Fund Balance Sheet As of December 31, 2011 Assets Cash Investments Due from state government $6,500 55,000 200,000 2 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Total assets $261,500 Liabilities and Fund Equity Liabilities: Accounts payable Fund equity: Fund balanceassigned for streets and highways Total liabilities and fund equity $6,300 255,200 $261,500 3C. This portion of the continuous problem continues the General Fund and special revenue fund examples by requiring the recording and posting of the budgetary entries. To reduce clerical effort required for the solution use control accounts for the budgetary accounts, revenues, expenditures and encumbrances. Subsidiary accounts are not required. Budget information for the City includes: a) As of January 1, 2012, the City Council approved and the mayor signed a budget calling for $10,700,000 in property tax and other revenue, $9,300,000 in appropriations for expenditures, and $1,280,000 to be transferred to two debt service funds for the payment of principal and interest. Record the budget for the General Fund and post to the ledger. b) Also as of January 1, 2012, the City Council approved and the mayor signed a budget for the Street and Highway Fund that provided for estimated revenues from the state government in the amount of $950,000 and appropriations of $925,000. Record the budget and post to the ledger. 4C. Part 1. General Fund Transactions Required: a. Record journal entries for the following transactions for FY 2012. Make any computations to the nearest dollar. Journal entry explanations are not required. Use control accounts for revenues, expenditures and budgetary accounts. It is not necessary to reflect subsidiary ledger entries. (1) Encumbrances of $ 31,000 outstanding at the end of 2011 were re-established. (2) The January 1, 2012, balance of $20,000 in Deferred Revenues relates to the amount of the 2011 levy that was expected to be collected more than 60 days after December 31. This amount should be recognized as 2012 revenues. (3) A general tax levy in the amount of $6,700,000 was made. It is estimated that 3 percent of the tax will be uncollectible. (4) Tax anticipation notes in the amount of $500,000 were issued. (5) Goods and supplies related to all encumbrances outstanding as of December 31, 2011 were received, along with invoices amounting to $30,000; the invoices were approved for payment. The City maintains immaterial amounts in supply inventories and it is the practice of the City to charge supplies to expenditure when received. (6) All vouchers and the amount due other funds were paid. (7) The General Fund collected the following in cash: 3 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine o o o o o o o prior year taxes, $180,000; interest and penalties receivable on prior year taxes, $16,500; current taxes, $6,400,000; $330,000 previously recorded as due from the state government; licenses and permits, $800,000; sales taxes, $3,080,000; and miscellaneous revenues, $270,000. (8) Purchase orders and contracts were issued in the amount of $4,266,000. (9) Payrolls for the General Fund totaled $4,600,000. Of that amount, $506,000 were withheld for employees federal income taxes and $361,100 were withheld for employees FICA and Medicare tax liability; the balance was paid in cash. The encumbrance system is not used for payrolls. (10) The liability for the citys share of FICA and Medicare taxes, $361,100, was recorded as was the liability for state unemployment taxes in the amount of $35,000. (11) Invoices for most of the supplies and services ordered in transaction 8 were received in the amount of $4,037,300 and approved for payment. The related encumbrance amounted to $4,038,200. (12) Tax anticipation notes were paid at maturity, along with interest in the amount of $22,000. (13) Notification was received that an unrestricted state grant in the amount of $288,000 would be received during the first month of the next year. (14) The General Fund recorded a liability to the Water and Sewer Fund for services in the amount of $45,000 and to the Stores and Services Fund for supplies in the amount of $313,200; $300,000 of the amount due the Stores and Services Fund was paid. (15) The General Fund recorded an amount due of $35,000 from the state government, representing sales taxes to be collected from retail sales taking place during the last week of the year. (16) The General Fund paid vouchers in the amount of $3,980,000 and paid the amounts due the federal and state governments. The General Fund also transferred to the debt service funds cash in the amount of $1,256,000 for the recurring payment of principal and interest. (17) All required legal steps were accomplished to increase appropriations by the net amount of $360,000. Estimated revenues were increased by $330,000. (18) The City Council authorized a write-off of $30,000 in delinquent property taxes and corresponding interest and penalties amounting to $4,000. (19) Interest and penalties receivable on taxes were accrued in the amount of $33,000; $5,000 of this amount is expected to be uncollectible. (20) It is estimated that $50,000 of the outstanding taxes receivable will be collected more than 60 days beyond the fiscal year-end. 4 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine b. Post the entries to the general ledger. c. Prepare and post the closing entries for the General Fund. Outstanding encumbrances at year end are classified as Assigned Fund Balance and all remaining net resources are classified as Unassigned Fund Balance. d. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance for the year ended December 31, 2012. Confirm that the revenue and expenditure control accounts agree with the following detail and use this information in the Statement: Revenues Property Taxes . . . . . . $6,469,000 Sales Taxes 3,115,000 Interest and Penalties 28,000 on Taxes . . . . . . . . . . Licenses and Permits . . 800,000 Intergovernmental 288,000 Revenue . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous Revenue 270,000 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,970,000 Expenditures General Government . . . $1,692,300 Public Safety . . . . . . . . . 3,258,700 Highways and Streets . . 1,441,400 Sanitation . . . . . . . . . . . . 591,400 Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 723,600 Welfare . . . . . . . . . . . . . 373,800 Culture and Recreation . 916,800 Capital Outlay . . . . . . . . 445,600 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,443,600 e. Prepare in good form a Balance Sheet for the General Fund as of the end of fiscal year, December 31, 2012. 4C. Part 2. Special Revenue Fund Transactions Required: a. Record journal entries for the following transactions for FY 2012 and post to the general ledger. As there are relatively few revenues and expenditures, the use of control accounts is not necessary. (Make entries directly to individual revenue and expenditure accounts). (1) The state government notified the City that $975,000 will be available for street and highway maintenance during 2012 (i.e. the City has met eligibility requirements). The funds are not considered reimbursement-type as defined by GASB standards. (2) Cash in the total amount of $950,000 was received from the state government. (3) Contracts, all eligible for payment from the Street and Highway Fund, were signed in the amount of $923,000. (4) Contractual services (see transaction 3) were received; the related contracts amounted to $897,500. Invoices amounting to $896,000 for these items were approved for payment. The goods and services all were for street and highway maintenance. 5 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine (5) Investment revenue of $4,000 was earned and received. (6) Vouchers were paid in the amount of $898,000. (7) All required legal steps were accomplished to increase appropriations in the amount of $2,500. b. Prepare and post the necessary closing entries for the Street and Highway Fund. c. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances for the Street and Highway Fund for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2012. d. Prepare a Balance Sheet for the Street and Highway Fund as of December 31, 2012. Assume any unexpended net resources are classified as Restricted Fund Balance. 6 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Chapter 5 Accounting for Other Governmental Fund Types: Capital Projects, Debt Service, and Permanent 5C. Part 1. Capital Projects Fund Transactions The voters of the City of Everlasting Sunshine approved the issuance of tax-supported bonds in the face amount of $4,000,000 for the construction and equipping of a new annex to the City Hall. Architects were to be retained, and construction was to be completed by outside contractors. In addition to the bond proceeds, a $500,000 grant was expected from the state government. Required: a. Open a general journal for the City Hall Annex Construction Fund. Record the following transactions and post to the general ledger. Control accounts are not necessary. (1) On January 1, 2012, the total face amount of bonds bearing an interest rate of 8 percent was sold at a $50,000 premium. The bonds are to mature in blocks of $200,000 each year over a 20-year period commencing January 1, 2013. Interest payment dates are July 1 and January 1. The first interest payment will be July 1, 2012. The premium was transferred to the City Hall Annex Debt Service Fund for the future payment of principal on the bonds. (2) The receivable from the state government was recorded. (3) Legal and engineering fees early in the project were paid in the amount of $53,000. This amount had not been encumbered. (4) Architects were engaged at a fee of $210,000. (5) Preliminary plans were approved, and the architects were paid 20 percent of the fee. (6) The complete plans and specifications were received from the architects and approved. A liability in the amount of $126,000 to the architects was approved and paid. (7) Bids were received and opened in public session. After considerable discussion in City Council, the low bid from Hardhat Construction Company in the amount of $3,800,000 was accepted, and a contract was signed. (8) The contractor required partial payment of $2,000,000. Payment was approved and vouchered with the exception of a 5 percent retainage. (9) Cash in the full amount of the grant was received from the state government. (10) Furniture and equipment for the annex were ordered at a total cost of $410,000. (11) Payment was made to the contractor for the amount vouchered (see 8 above). (12) The contractor completed construction and requested payment of the balance due on the contract. After inspection of the work, the amount, including the past retainage, was vouchered and paid. (13) Furniture and equipment were received at a total actual installed cost of $405,550. Invoices were approved for payment. (14) The remainder of the architects fees was approved for payment. (15) The City Hall Annex Construction Fund paid all outstanding liabilities on December 31, 2012. The remaining cash was transferred to the City Hall Annex Debt Service Fund. 7 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine b. Post the entries to the City Hall Annex Construction Fund general ledger. c. Prepare and post an entry closing all nominal accounts to Fund Balance. 5C. Part 2. Existing Debt Service Fund Transactions The City Hall Debt Service Fund of the City of Everlasting Sunshine has been open for five years; it was created to service an $8,000,000, 6 percent tax-supported bond issue. As of December 31, 2011, this serial bond issue had a balance of $6,000,000. Semiannual interest payments are made on January 1 and July 1, and a principal payment of $400,000 is due on January 1 of each year. As this is a regular serial bond debt service fund, the only accounts with balances as of January 1, 2012, were Cash with Fiscal Agent and Fund BalanceAssigned for Debt Service, each with balances of $580,000. (Revenues were raised and collected in cash in 2011 in order to be able to pay bond principal and interest due on January 1, 2012.) The government chose not to accrue interest payable. Required: a. Open a general journal for the City Hall Debt Service Fund and prepare journal entries for the following transactions. Control accounts are not necessary (1) The fiscal agent reported that $180,000 in checks had been mailed to bondholders for interest due on January 1, and $400,000 in checks were mailed for bonds maturing that day. (2) Cash in the amount of $168,000 was received from the General Fund on June 30 and was transferred to the fiscal agent. (3) The fiscal agent reported that checks dated July 1 had been mailed to bondholders for interest due that day. (4) Cash in the amount of $568,000 was received from the General Fund on December 31 and transferred to the fiscal agent to be used for the interest and principal payments due on January 1, 2012. The government elected to not accrue the interest or principal at year-end. b. Post the entries to the City Hall Debt Service Fund ledger (t-accounts). c. Prepare and post an entry closing all nominal accounts to Fund Balance. 8 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine 5C. Part 3. New Debt Service Fund Transactions On the advice of the city attorney, a City Hall Annex Debt Service Fund is opened to account for debt service transactions related to the bond issue sold on January 1, 2012 (see Part 1). Required: a. Open a general journal for the City Hall Annex Debt Service Fund. Record the following transactions, as necessary. Control accounts are not necessary (1) The premium described in transaction 1 of Part 1 was received as a transfer from the capital projects fund. (2) Cash in the amount of $160,000 was received from the General Fund on June 30 and was transferred to the fiscal agent. (3) The fiscal agent reported that checks dated July 1 had been mailed to bondholders for interest due that day. (4) The transfer described in part c of Part 1 was received. (5) Cash in the amount of $360,000 was received from the General Fund on December 31 and transferred to the fiscal agent to be used for interest and principal payments due on January 1, 2010. The remaining cash on hand was invested. The government elected to not accrue the interest at year-end. b. Post the entries to the City Hall Annex Debt Service Fund ledger (t-accounts). c. Prepare and post an entry closing all nominal accounts to Fund Balance. Assume any remaining net resources are classified as Fund Balance Assigned for Debt Service. 5C. Part 4. Governmental Funds Financial Statements Required: a. Prepare a Balance Sheet for the governmental funds for the City of Everlasting Sunshine as of December 31, 2012. Include the General Fund, the Street and Highway Fund (P4 C), the City Hall Debt Service Fund, and the City Hall Annex Debt Service Fund. Use the balances computed in 4-C the for General Fund and special revenue fund portions of this statement. b. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances for the governmental funds for the City of Everlasting Sunshine for the Year Ended December 31, 2012. Include the same funds as listed in requirement a plus the City Hall Annex Construction Fund. 9 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Chapter 6 Proprietary Funds 6C. Part 1. Internal Service Fund Transactions The Stores and Service Fund of the City of Everlasting Sunshine had the following account balances as of January 1, 2012: Cash Due from other funds Inventory of supplies Land Buildings Accumulated depreciationbuildings Equipment Accumulated depreciationequipment Accounts payable Advance from water utility fund Net assets Totals Debits $12,000 25,000 50,000 15,000 44,000 Credits $11,000 21,000 $167,000 10,500 7,500 30,000 108,000 $167,000 Required: a. Open a general journal for the City of Everlasting Sunshine Stores and Service Fund and record the following transactions. (1) A budget was prepared for FY 2012. It was estimated that the price charged other departments for supplies should be 1.16% of cost to achieve the desired breakeven for the year. (2) The amount due from other funds as of January 1, 2012, was collected in full. (3) During the year, supplies were ordered and received in the amount of $285,000. This amount was vouchered. (4) $10,000 of the advance from the Water Utility Fund, originally provided for construction, was repaid. No interest is charged. (5) During the year, supplies costing $270,000 were issued to the General Fund, and supplies costing $50,000 were issued to the Water Utility Fund. These funds were charged based on the previously determined markup (1 above). (6) Operating expenses, exclusive of depreciation, were recorded in accounts payable as follows: Purchasing, $10,100; Warehousing, $15,300; Delivery, $13,200; and Administrative, $7,300. (7) Cash was received from the General Fund in the amount of $300,000 and from the Water Utility Fund in the amount of $50,000. (8) Accounts payable were paid in the amount of $330,000. (9) Depreciation in the amount of $2,200 was recorded for buildings and $2,100 for equipment. 10 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine b. Post the entries to the Stores and Service Fund ledger (t-accounts). c. Prepare and post an entry closing all nominal accounts to Net Assets. Compute the balance in the net asset accounts, assuming there are no Restricted Net Assets. 6C. Part 2. Enterprise Fund Transactions The City of Everlasting Sunshine maintains a Water and Sewer Fund to provide utility services to its citizens. As of January 1, 2012, the City of Everlasting Sunshine Water and Sewer Fund had the following account balances: Cash Customer Accounts Receivable Estimated Uncollectible Accounts Receivable Materials and Supplies Advance to Stores and Services Fund Restricted Assets Utility Plant in Service Construction Work in Progress Accumulated Depreciation - Utility Plant Accounts Payable Revenue Bonds Payable Net Assets Totals Debits $111,200 113,000 Credits $2,260 72,400 30,000 135,000 4,135,200 215,000 $4,811,800 692,600 116,000 2,300,000 1,700,940 $4,811,800 Required: a. Open a general journal for the City of Everlasting Sunshine Water and Sewer Utility Fund and record the following transactions. (1) During the year, sales of water to nonmunicipal customers amounted to $910,600, and sales of water to the General Fund amounted to $45,000. (2) Collections from nonmunicipal customers amounted to $875,000. (3) The Stores and Services Fund repaid $10,000 of the long-term advance to the Water and Sewer Fund. (4) Materials and supplies in the amount of $270,000 were received. A liability in that amount was recorded. (5) Materials and supplies were issued and were charged to the following accounts: cost of sales and services, $135,000; selling, $15,000; administration, $64,000; construction work in progress, $59,000. (6) Payroll costs for the year totaled $416,200. Of that amount, $351,900 was paid in cash, and the remainder was withheld for taxes. In addition, taxes that are expenses of the utility amounted to $34,200. The $450,400 (416,200 + 34,200) was distributed as follows: cost of sales and services, $240,800; sales, $24,900; administration, $91,400; construction work in progress, $93,300. 11 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine (7) Bond interest in the amount of $184,000 was paid. (8) Interest in the amount of $13,100 (included in 7 above) was reclassified to Construction Work in Progress. (9) Construction projects were completed in the amount of $250,000, and the assets were placed in service. Payment was not yet made. (10) Collection efforts were discontinued on bills totaling $1,560. The unpaid receivables were written off. (11) An analysis of customer receivable balances indicated the Estimated Uncollectible Accounts needed to be increased by $4,160. (12) Payment of accounts payable amounted to $217,000. Payments of payroll taxes totaled $95,200. (13) Supplies transferred from the Stores and Services Fund amounted to $58,000. Cash in the amount of $50,000 was paid to the Stores and Services Fund for supplies. (14) Depreciation expense for the year was computed to be $210,000. (15) In accord with the revenue bond indenture, $15,000 cash was transferred from operating cash to restricted assets. b. Post the entries to the Water and Sewer Fund ledger (t-accounts). c. Prepare and post an entry closing all nominal accounts to Net Assets. Compute the balance in the net asset accounts, assuming the only restricted assets are those identified with the bond indenture and the outstanding bonds are associated with the purchase of capital assets. 6C. Part 3. Proprietary Fund Financial Statements Required: Prepare, in good form, for the proprietary funds accounted for in Parts 1 and 2, the following: (1) A Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets for the Year Ended December 31, 2012. (2) A Statement of Net Assets, as of December 31, 2012. Net the amounts due to and due from the General Fund. (3) A Statement of Cash Flows for the Year Ended December 31, 2012. Include restricted assets as a part of cash and cash equivalents for this statement. 12 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Chapter 7 Fiduciary (Trust) Funds 7C. Part 1. Private Purpose Trust Fund Transactions The City of Everlasting Sunshine Community Foundation private-purpose trust fund had the following account balances on January 1, 2012: Debits Credits Cash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,000 Accrued Interest Receivable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,333 Investments in MNO Company Bonds . . . . . . . . . . 1,000,000 Net Assets Held in Trust . . . . . . . . . $1,048,333 Totals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,048,333 $1,048,333 Required: a. Open a general journal for the City of Everlasting Sunshine Community Foundation Trust Fund and record the following transactions for the year ending December 31, 2012: (1) On May 1, the first semiannual interest payment was received on the MNO Company bonds. The bonds pay 8 percent annual interest, semiannually on May 1 and November 1. (2) During the first half of the year, additional contributions from individuals and foundations amounted to $300,000, in cash. These funds were invested in RST Corporation stock on June 15. (3) On November 1, the second semiannual interest payment was received from MNO Company. (4) On November 15, a dividend was declared by RST Corporation in the amount of $6,000 and was received in cash. (5) On December 1, RST Corporation stock was sold for $297,000 cash. Those funds were immediately invested in UVW Corporation stock. (6) On December 15, cash distributions in the amount of $84,000 were made to various nonprofit organizations. (7) On December 31, an accrual was made for year-end interest on MNO Company bonds. (8) Also, on December 31, it was determined that the market value of MNO Company bonds, exclusive of accrued interest, was $1,002,000 and that the market value of UVW Company stock was $301,000. b. Post the entries to the Community Foundation Trust ledger (t-accounts). c. Prepare and post an entry closing all nominal accounts to Net Assets. 7C. Part 2. Pension Trust Fund Transactions The City of Everlasting Sunshine Police Department pension plan, a single-employer, defined-benefit plan, reported the following account balances as of January 1, 2012: 13 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Debits Credits Cash $55,000 Accrued Interest Receivable 85,000 Investments: Bonds 5,100,000 Investments: Common Stock 1,700,000 Accounts Payable $235,000 Net Assets Held in Trust for Employee Benefits 6,705,000 Totals $6,940,000 $6,940,000 Required: a. Open a general journal for the City of Everlasting Sunshine Police Department Pension Trust Fund and record the following transactions for the year ending December 31, 2012: (1) Member contributions were received in the amount of $400,000. The City General Fund contributed the same amount. (2) Interest was received in the amount of $310,000, including the accrued interest receivable at the beginning of the year. The interest accrual at yearend amounted to $110,000. (3) During the year, common stock dividends amounted to $180,000. (4) Investments were made during the year in common stock in the amount of $700,000. (5) Annuity benefits in the amount of $390,000, disability benefits of $110,000, and refunds to nonvested terminated employees of $50,000 were recorded as liabilities. (6) Accounts payable, in the amount of $620,000, were paid in cash. (7) During the year, common stock valued at $600,000 was sold for $613,000. The $613,000 was reinvested in common stock of a different company. (8) At year-end, the market value of investments in bonds increased by $16,000; the market value of investments in stocks decreased by $3,000. b. Post the entries to the Police Department Pension Trust ledger (t-accounts). c. Prepare and post an entry closing all nominal accounts to Net Assets. 7C. Part 3. Fiduciary Fund Financial Statements Required: Using the balances from Parts 1 and 2 prepare the following: 1. Statement of Changes in Fiduciary Net Assets. 2. Statement of Fiduciary Net Assets 14 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Chapter 8 Government-Wide Statements, Fixed Assets, Long-Term Debt 8C. Assemble the following from previous continuous problems: (1) the governmental funds Balance Sheet and Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances from Section 5C; (3) the proprietary funds Statement of Net Assets and Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Assets from Section 6C. Required: 1. Start a worksheet for adjustments, using the trial balance format illustrated in the text (i.e. list accounts with debit balances first, then accounts with credit balances). Enter the balances from the governmental funds financial statements prepared for Section 5-C. Enter debits balances as positives and credit as negatives. When doing this, follow the following guidelines: Net Assets: Use a single account for net assets (which will include the beginning balance of all fund balance accounts). Intergovernmental Revenues: When setting up the worksheet, set up separate lines for the intergovernmental revenues as follows: State Grant for Highway and Street Maintenance Capital GrantGeneral Government Capital GrantPublic Safety Grant for Law Enforcement Programs $ 975,000 250,000 250,000 288,000 Capital Assets: It is not necessary to set up separate lines for different classes of fixed assets or accumulated depreciation (simply use one row for Capital Assets and another for Accumulated Depreciation). Confirm that the total debits and credits equal $19,237,240. 2. Prepare worksheet entries and post to the worksheet for the following items. Identify each adjustment by the letter used in the problem: a. Record the January 1, 2012 balances of general fixed assets and related accumulated depreciation accounts. The City of Everlasting Sunshine had the following balances (excluding Internal Service Funds): Land Buildings Improvements Other than Buildings Equipment Totals 15 Cost 5,125,000 30,200,000 20,000,000 8,375,000 63,700,000 Accumulated Depreciation 12,100,000 8,200,000 4,800,000 25,100,000 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine b. Eliminate the capital expenditures shown in the governmental funds Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances. c. Depreciation expense (governmental activities) for the year totaled $ 2,592,500. d. Eliminate the other financing sources from the sale of bonds by recording a liability for bonds payable and the related premium. e. As of January 1, 2012, the City of Everlasting Sunshine had $6,000,000 in general obligation bonds outstanding. f. Eliminate the expenditures for bond principal. g. Accrue interest in the amount of $328,000. (Two bond issues were outstanding; interest payments for both were last made on July 1, 2012. The computation is as follows: ($5,600,000 .06 6/12) + ($4,000,000 . 08 6/12) = $328,000). h. Adjust for the interest accrued in the prior year government-wide statements, but recorded as an expenditure in the 2012 fund basis statements, ($6,000,000 .06 6/12) = $180,000. i. Amortize bond premium in the amount of $2,500. j. Make adjustments for additional revenue accrual. The only adjustment is for property taxes to eliminate the current year deferral of property taxes. k. Adjust for the $20,000 of property taxes that was deferred in 2011 and recognized as revenue in the 2012 fund-basis statements. l. Assume the City adopted a policy in 2012 of allowing employees to accumulate compensated absences. Make an adjustment accruing the expense of $ 316,000 Charge compensated absences expense. m. Bring in the balances of the internal service fund balance sheet accounts. Again, use a single account for all capital assets and a second account for all accumulated depreciation balances (use a separate column of the worksheet to enter Internal Service Fund entries). n. No revenues from internal service funds were with external parties. Assume $13,200 of the $21,200 Due from Other Funds in the internal service accounts represents a receivable from the General Fund and the remaining $8,000 is due from the enterprise fund. Eliminate the $13,200 interfund receivables. o. Reduce governmental fund expenses by the net operating profit of internal service funds. As the amount is small, reduce general government expenses for the entire amount. p. Eliminate transfers that are between departments reported within governmental activities. 3. Prepare, in good form, a Statement of Activities for the City of Everlasting Sunshine for the Year Ended December 31, 2012. For purposes of this statement, assume: $ 288,000 in the General Fund is a state grant specifically for law enforcement programs. $ 975,000 in the Street and Highway Fund is an operating grant specifically for certain highway and street expenses. $ 500,000 in the City Hall Construction Fund is a capital grant that applies onehalf to general government and one-half to public safety. 16 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Use the balances computed from the worksheet completed in part 2 for the governmental activities portion of the statement. Use the solution to P6C (Enterprise fund) to prepare the business activities portion (net any short-term interfund payables/receivables). 4. Prepare, in good form, a Statement of Net Assets for the City of Everlasting Sunshine as of December 31, 2012. Group all capital assets, net of depreciation. Include a breakdown in the Net Assets section for (a) capital assets, net of related debt, (b) restricted, and (c) unrestricted. For purposes of classifying net assets for the governmental activities, assume: For the governmental activities net assets invested in capital assets, net of related debt, the related debt includes the bonds payable, the premium on bonds payable, and the $20,000 advance from the water utility fund. The special revenue fund resources are restricted by the granting agency for street and highway maintenance. These ($ 338,200) are the only restricted resources in the governmental activities. 5. Prepare the reconciliation necessary to convert from the fund balance reported in the governmental funds Balance Sheet to the net assets in the government-wide Statement of Net Assets. 6. Prepare the reconciliation necessary to convert from the change in fund balances in the governmental funds Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances to the change in net assets in the government-wide Statement of Activities. 17 Continuous Problem City of Everlasting Sunshine Chapter 13 Auditing, Tax-Exempt Organizations, and Evaluating Performance Assemble the financial statements prepared for the City of Everlasting Sunshine. These financial statements will be in the solutions to Exercises 5C, 6C, 7C, and 8C. Assume a population of 20,000 and fair value of property in the amount of $300 million. Compute the following ratios, following the guidance used for the Village of Elizabeth in this chapter: (1) Net debt per capita. (2) Net debt to fair value of property. (3) Net debt to assets. (4) Debt service to total expendituresGeneral and debt service funds. (5) Net assets/expenses. (6) Unrestricted net assets/expenses. (7) Unreserved fund balance/revenuesGeneral Fund. (8) Governmental revenues per capita. (9) Interest coveragerevenue bonds. (10) Operating ratioenterprise funds. 18

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