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201 ACC WEEK TWO SOLUTIONS ASSIGNMENT ONE
PROBLEM 3-22
Event
Product Costs
Period Costs
a.
C
b.
C
c.
C
d.
C
e.
C
f.
C
g.
C
h.
C
i.
C
j.
C
PROBLEM 3-25 a.
Event No.
Event Type
Event No.
Event Type
1a.
AS
5a.
AU
1b.
AE
5b.
AS
2.
AU
6.
AU
3.
AU
7.
AS
4a.
AS
8.
AU
4b.
AU
b.
Jeater Company Horizontal Statements Model - 2012
Balance Sheet
Income Statement
Statement of
Event
No.
Cash
+
Accts. Rec.
+
Mdse. Inv.
=
Accts. Pay
+
Comm
Stock
+
Ret. Earn.
Rev.
Exp.
=
Net Inc.
Cash
Flows
Bal.
4,300
NA
9,000
NA
10,000
3,300
NA
NA
NA
1a.
NA
NA
2,200
2,200
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
1b.
(110)
NA
110
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
(110) OA
2.
NA
NA
(200)
(200)
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3 .1
(1,980)
NA
(20)
(2,000)
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
(1,980) OA
4a.
NA
5,500
NA
NA
NA
5,500
5,500
NA
5,500
NA
4b.
NA
NA
(3,000)
NA
NA
(3,000)
NA
3,000
(3,000)
NA
5a.
(710)
NA
NA
NA
NA
(710)
(710)
NA
(710)
(710) OA
5b.
NA
NA
400
NA
NA
400
NA
(400)
400
NA
6.
(60)
NA
NA
NA
NA
(60)
NA
60
(60)
(60) OA
7. 2
5,390
(5,500)
NA
NA
NA
(110)
(110)
NA
(110)
5,390
OA
8.
NA
NA
(520)
NA
NA
(520)
NA
520
(520)
NA
Bal.
6,830
-07,970
-010,000
4,800
4,680
3,180
1,500
2,530
NC
PROBLEM 3-25
c.
Jeater Company
Financial Statements
For the Year December Ended 31, 2012
Income Statement
Net Sales
$4,680
Cost of Goods Sold
(3,120)
Gross Margin
1,560
Operating Expenses
Transportation-out
(60)
Operating/Net Income
$1,500
Statement of Changes in Stockholders Equity
Beginning Common Stock
$10,000
Plus: Stock Issued
-0-
Ending Common Stock
$10,000
Beginning Retained Earnings
$ 3,300
Plus: Net Income
1,500
Ending Retained Earnings
4,800
Total Stockholders Equity
$14,800
PROBLEM 3-25 c. (cont.)
Jeater Company
Financial Statements
Balance Sheet
As of December 31, 2012
Assets
Cash
$ 6,830
Merchandise Inventory
7,970
Total Assets
$14,800
Liabilities
$
-0-
Stockholders Equity
Common Stock
$10,000
Retained Earnings
4,800
Total Stockholders Equity
14,800
Total Liabilities and Stockholders Equity
$14,800
Statement of Cash Flows
For the Year Ended December 31, 2012
Cash Flows From Operating Activities:
Inflow from Customers*
$4,680
Outflow for Inventory**
(2,090)
Outflow for Expenses
(60)
Net Cash Flow from Operating Activities
$2,530
Cash Flows From Investing Activities
-0-
Cash Flows From Financing Activities
-0-
Net Change in Cash
2,530
Plus: Beginning Cash Balance
4,300
Ending Cash Balance
$6,830

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