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Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions True / False Questions 1. Accounting is a system that collects and processes financial information about an organization and reports that information to decision makers. TRUE AACSB Tag: Communications Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 2. Assets on the balance sheet are recorded at market value or replacement cost. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty:...

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001: Chapter Financial Statements and Business Decisions True / False Questions 1. Accounting is a system that collects and processes financial information about an organization and reports that information to decision makers. TRUE AACSB Tag: Communications Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 2. Assets on the balance sheet are recorded at market value or replacement cost. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 3. In accounting and reporting for a business entity, the accounting and reporting for the business must be kept separate from other economic affairs of its owners. TRUE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 4. The accounting period in which service revenue is recognized (i.e., revenue for services rendered) is generally the period in which the cash is collected. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-1 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 5. Total assets are $70,000, total liabilities, $40,000 and contributed capital is $20,000; therefore, retained earnings are $15,000. FALSE AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 6. The payment of a cash dividend to stockholders increases stockholders' equity. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 7. The accounting model for the balance sheet is: Assets + Liabilities = Stockholders' Equity. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 8. A decision maker who wants to understand a company's financial statements must carefully read the notes to the financial statements because the notes provide useful supplemental information. TRUE AACSB Tag: Communications Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-2 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 9. The financial statement that shows an entity's economic resources and its liabilities is the statement of cash flows. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 10. Companies prepare financial statements at the end of each year and more often as needed. TRUE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 11. A note payable is a borrowing instrument that generally does not involve the payment of interest. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 12. The amount of cash paid by a business for office utilities would be reported on the statement of cash flows as an operating activity. TRUE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 13. The income statement equation is Expenses FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-3 Revenues = Net Income. Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 14. Generally accepted accounting principles almost never change once created. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 2 15. The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is an agency of the federal government that establishes generally accepted accounting principles for businesses. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 2 16. Since 2002, there has been substantial movement to develop international financial reporting standards. TRUE AACSB Tag: Diversity Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 2 17. An audit guarantees that the financial statements are free of all misstatements. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 3 18. An auditor who fails to detect a material misstatement of a business's financial statements may be sued by anyone who suffered a loss from relying on the financial statements. TRUE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 4 1-4 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 19. In terms of economic importance, partnerships are the dominant form of organization in the U.S. because of their ease of formation. FALSE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: Sup A 20. One of the advantages of a corporation when compared to a partnership is the limited liability of the owners. TRUE AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: Sup A Multiple Choice Questions 21. The primary purpose of the balance sheet is to A. measure the net income of a business up to a particular point in time. B. report the difference between cash inflows and cash outflows for the period. C. report the financial position of the reporting entity at a particular point in time. D. report the current value of the business. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 22. The Beta Corporation had 2009 revenues of $200,000, expenses of $140,000, and an income tax rate of 30 percent. Net income after taxes would be A. $60,000. B. $18,000. C. $42,000. D. $48,000. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-5 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 23. Atlantic Corporation reported the following amounts at the end of the first year of operations: contributed capital $100,000; sales revenue $400,000; total assets $300,000; $20,000 dividends; and total liabilities $160,000. Retained earnings and total expenses would be A. retained earnings $40,000 and expenses $340,000. B. retained earnings $60,000 and expenses $320,000. C. retained earnings $140,000 and expenses $240,000. D. retained earnings $160,000 and expenses $220,000. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 24. The financial statement that reports the financial position of a business is the A. income statement. B. balance sheet. C. statement of cash flows. D. footnotes to the financial statements. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 25. Which of the following reports the cash inflows, cash outflows, and change in cash for period? A. Income statement. B. Balance sheet. C. Statement of cash flows. D. Auditor's report. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-6 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 26. For a business, a supplier A. is a company or individual that owns shares of the business. B. is a company or individual to whom the business sells goods or services. C. provides goods and services used by the business. D. makes loans to the company to help finance its activities. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 27. For a business, an example of an internal decision maker is A. a loan officer at a bank. B. a supplier who sells goods to the company on account. C. one of the business's long-term customers. D. one of the business's managers. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 28. Financial accounting A. provides information primarily for external decision makers. B. is required for corporations but probably would not be done by other business entities. C. provides information primarily for the use of managers of the company. D. has been practiced in this country for approximately the last 15 years. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 29. Accounting information developed primarily for internal decision makers is called A. management accounting. B. risk accounting. C. auditing. D. financial accounting. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-7 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 30. What financial statement would you look at to determine the dividends declared by a business? A. income statement. B. statement of retained earnings. C. statement of cash flows. D. balance sheet. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 31. Which of Chao's financial statements would you look at to determine whether Chao will be able to pay for the goods when payment is due in 30 days? A. income statement. B. balance sheet. C. statement of retained earnings. D. statement of cash flows. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 32. Which of the following is not considered to be a liability? A. accounts payable B. notes payable C. wages payable D. cost of goods sold AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-8 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 33. A business's assets are A. equal to liabilities minus stockholders' equity. B. the economic resources of the business. C. Reported at current cost. D. Reported on the income statement. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 34. Assets for a particular business might include A. cash, accounts payable, and notes payable. B. cash, retained earnings, and accounts receivable. C. cash, accounts receivable, and inventory. D. inventories, property and equipment, and contributed capital. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 35. A business's balance sheet cannot be used to accurately predict what the business might be sold for because A. it identifies all the revenues and expenses of the business. B. assets are generally listed on the balance sheet at their historical cost, not their current value. C. it gives the results of operations for the current period. D. some of the assets and liabilities on the balance sheet may actually be those of another entity. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-9 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 36. Liabilities and stockholders' equity are A. sources of financing for economic resources. B. economic resources used by a business entity. C. increases in assets resulting from profitable operations. D. shown on the income statement in calculating net income. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 37. The accounting equation (balance sheet equation) is A. Assets + Liabilities = Stockholders' equity. B. Assets + Stockholder's equity = Liabilities. C. Assets = Liabilities + Stockholders' equity. D. Revenues Expenses = Net income. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 38. Downard Bank, in deciding whether to make a loan to Rodney Company, would be interested in the amount of liabilities Rodney has on its balance sheet because A. the liabilities represent resources that could be used to repay the loan. B. if Rodney already has many other obligations, it might not be able to repay the loan. C. existing liabilities give an indication of how profitable Rodney has been in the past. D. Downard would be interested in the amount of Rodney's assets but not the amount of liabilities. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-10 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 39. The two categories of stockholders' equity usually found on the balance sheet of a corporation are A. contributed capital and long-term liabilities. B. contributed capital and property, plant, and equipment. C. retained earnings and notes payable. D. contributed capital and retained earnings. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 40. Which financial statement for a business would you look at to determine the company's earnings performance during an accounting period? A. balance sheet. B. statement of retained earnings. C. income statement. D. statement of cash flows. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 41. The income statement equation is A. Assets Liabilities = Stockholders' Equity. B. Assets + Stockholders' equity = Liabilities. C. Net income = Revenues Expenses. D. Expenses Net income = Revenues. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-11 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 42. Most businesses earn revenues A. when they collect accounts receivable. B. through sales of goods or services to customers. C. by borrowing money from a bank. D. by selling shares of stock to stockholders. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 43. Accounts receivable represents: A. amounts which are owed to the company by its customers resulting from credit sales. B. amounts which are owed by the company to its suppliers for past purchases. C. amounts which have been borrowed to finance operations. D. amounts which are due to stockholders. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 44. Inventories A. are an asset. B. result from paying for a product that has now been sold to a customer. C. will result in a liability being charged sometime in the future. D. are an expense. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-12 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 45. The amount of revenue recognized in the income statement by a company that sells goods to customers would be A. the cash collected from customers during the current period. B. total sales, both cash and credit sales, for the period. C. total sales minus beginning amount of accounts receivable. D. the amount of cash collected plus the beginning amount of accounts receivable. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 46. On January 1, 2009 Mammoth Corporation had retained earnings of $4,000,000. During 2009, they reported net income of $750,000 and dividends of $100,000. What is the amount of Mammoth's retained earnings at the end of 2009? A. $4,000,000 B. $4,450,000 C. $4,650,000 D. $4,850,000 AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 47. What are the categories of cash flows that appear on a statement of cash flows? A. cash flows from investing, financing, and service activities B. cash flows from operating, production, and internal activities C. cash flows from financing, production, and growth activities D. cash flows from operating, investing, and financing activities AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-13 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 48. On the statement of cash flows, an amount paid for utilities would be classified as A. an operating activity. B. an investing activity. C. a financing activity. D. a production activity. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 49. A company would report a net loss when A. retained earnings decreased due to paying dividends to stockholders. B. its assets decreased during an accounting period. C. its liabilities increased during an accounting period. D. its expenses exceeded its revenues for an accounting period. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 50. The amount of insurance expense reported on the income statement is A. the amount of cash paid for insurance in the current period. B. the amount of cash paid for insurance in the current period less any unpaid insurance at the end of the period. C. the amount of insurance used up (incurred) in the current period to help generate revenue. D. an increase in net income. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-14 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 51. What events cause changes in a corporation's retained earnings? A. Net income or net loss and declaration of dividends. B. Declaration of dividends and issuance of stock to new stockholders. C. Net income, issuance of stock, and borrowing from a bank. D. Declaration of dividends and purchase of new machinery. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 52. The operating activities section is often believed to be the most important part of a statement of cash flows because A. it gives the most information about how operations have been financed. B. it shows the dividends that have been paid to stockholders. C. it indicates a company's ability to generate cash from sales to meet current cash payments for goods or services. D. it shows the net increase or decrease in cash during the period. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 53. If you wanted to know what accounting rules a company follows related to its inventory, where would you look? A. the balance sheet B. the income statement C. the notes to the financial statements D. the headings to the financial statements AACSB Tag: Communications Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-15 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 54. At the beginning of 2009, Buck Corporation had assets of $540,000 and liabilities of $320,000. During the year, assets increased by $50,000 and liabilities decreased by $10,000. What was the total amount of stockholders' equity at the end of 2009? A. $220,000 B. $280,000 C. $380,000 D. $500,000 AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 55. The term used for economic resources owned by an entity as a result of past transactions is A. assets. B. liabilities. C. revenues. D. retained earnings. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 56. How are the differing claims of creditors and investors recognized by a corporation? A. The claims of creditors are liabilities; those of investors are assets. B. The claims of both creditors and investors are liabilities, but only the claims of investors are considered to be long term. C. The claims of creditors are liabilities; the claims of investors are recorded as stockholders' equity. D. The claims of creditors and investors are considered to be essentially equivalent. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-16 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 57. In what order would the items on the balance sheet appear? A. assets, retained earnings, liabilities, contributed capital B. contributed capital, retained earnings, liabilities, assets C. assets, liabilities, contributed capital, retained earnings D. contributed capital, assets, liabilities, retained earnings AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 58. Which of the following would increase retained earnings? A. an increase to an expense B. an increase to a revenue C. a cash dividend D. issuance of additional common stock AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 59. The ending retained earnings balance of Juan's Mexican Restaurant chain increased by $3.2 million from the beginning of the year. The company had declared a dividend of $1.3 million during the year. What was the net income earned during the year? A. $1.9 million B. $3.2 million C. $4.5 billion D. There is not enough information given to determine net income. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-17 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 60. Which of the following items is an expense? A. Accounts Payable B. Cost of Goods Sold C. Accounts Receivable D. Sales Revenue AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 61. Which of the following activities would cause investors to overpay for the acquisition of a company from its current owners? A. Overstated accounts payable and understated inventory B. Understated revenues and overstated expenses C. Understated assets and overstated expenses D. Overstated accounts payable and overstated inventory AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 62. The government regulatory agency that has the legal authority to prescribe financial reporting requirements for corporations that sell their securities to the public is the A. FASB. B. FTC. C. SEC. D. APB. AACSB Tag: Communications Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 2 1-18 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 63. The part of the federal government that has broad powers to determine measurement rules for financial statements of public companies is A. the Internal Revenue Service. B. the Securities and Exchange Commission. C. the General Accounting Office. D. the Supreme Court. AACSB Tag: Communications Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 2 64. Identify the potential economic consequences of the public learning a company did not follow generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). A. It could increase the stock price of the company. B. It could increase management and employee bonuses. C. It could result in legal liability for the company. D. It could increase a company's market share. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 2 65. The nature of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) is important to large corporations because A. a change in GAAP will not likely affect the selling price of the company's stock. B. a change in GAAP will not likely affect the amount of bonuses paid to managers and employees. C. a change in GAAP will not likely affect a corporation's competitive position. D. a change in GAAP will likely affect a company's financial statements AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 2 1-19 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 66. The International Accounting Standards Board has worked to develop global accounting standards known as A. generally accepted accounting principles. B. globally accepted financial standards. C. international financial reporting standards. D. worldwide financial standards. AACSB Tag: Diversity Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 2 67. Which of the following statements is true about the price earnings (P/E) ratio? A. It is a ratio of importance to creditors. B. A high P/E ratio indicates investors have little confidence in the future earnings potential of the company. C. The P/E ratio could be used to approximate the value investors would be willing to pay for the company's acquisition from existing owners. D. The P/E ratio is of value is estimating future dividend payments. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 3 68. Charlie Company bought Tolar Company for $2,000,000. If Tolar's income was understated by $10,000 and the P/E ratio is 5, how much should Charlie have paid for Tolar? A. $2,000,000 B. $2,050,000 C. $1,950,000 D. $1,990,000 AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 3 1-20 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 69. What is another name for the P/E ratio? A. Price/earnings margin B. Price/earnings multiple C. Payment/equity margin D. Payment/equity multiple AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 3 70. An examination of the financial statements of a business to ensure that they conform with generally accepted accounting principles is called A. a certification. B. an audit. C. a verification. D. a validation. AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 3 71. The purpose of an audit is to A. prove the accuracy of an entity's statements. B. financial lend credibility to an entity's financial statements. C. endorse the quality of leadership that managers provide for a corporation. D. establish that a corporation's stock is a sound investment. AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 3 1-21 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 72. Why do the managers of a corporation hire independent auditors? A. To guarantee annual and quarterly financial statements. B. To handle some personnel issues and problems. C. To audit and report on the fairness of financial statement presentation. D. To lobby the FASB for changes in generally accepted accounting principles. AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 3 73. The CPA's role in performing audits is important to our society because A. auditors provide direct financial advice to potential investors. B. auditors have the primary responsibility for the information contained in financial statements. C. auditors issue reports on the accuracy of each financial transaction. D. an audit of financial statements helps investors and others to know that they can rely on the information presented in the financial statements. AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 3 74. Which of the following is NOT one of the three steps taken by a corporation to ensure the accuracy of its records? A. implementing a system of controls B. hiring an independent auditor C. hiring a financial analyst D. forming a committee made up of board of directors' members to oversee the records AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 3 1-22 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 75. Which of the following groups has primary responsibility for the information contained in the financial statements? A. the company's management B. the company's auditor C. the company's investors D. the SEC AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 3 76. The private sector body recently given the primary responsibility to work out detailed auditing standards is called the: A. FASB. B. SEC. C. PCAOB. D. AICPA. AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 4 77. Which group maintains the professional code of ethics to which CPAs must adhere? A. AICPA B. FASB C. AAA D. FTC AACSB Tag: Ethics Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 4 1-23 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 78. One of the disadvantages of a corporation when compared to a partnership is that A. the stockholders have limited liability. B. the corporation is treated as a separate legal entity from the stockholders. C. the corporation and its stockholders are subject to double taxation. D. the corporation must account for the business's transactions separate and apart from those of the owners. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: Sup A 79. Which of the following statements is true about a sole proprietorship? A. The owner and the business are separate legal entities but not separate accounting entities. B. The owner and the business are separate accounting entities but not separate legal entities. C. the owner and the business are separate legal entities and separate accounting entities. D. most large businesses in this country are organized as sole proprietorships. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: Sup A 80. For a business organized as a general partnership, which statement is true? A. The owners and the business are separate legal entities. B. Each partner is potentially responsible for the debts of the business. C. Formation of a partnership requires getting a charter from the state of incorporation. D. A partnership is not considered to be a separate accounting entity. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: Sup A 1-24 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions Essay Questions 81. Using the income statement model and the balance sheet model, fill-in the missing amounts for each independent case below. Assume the amounts given are at the end of the company's first year of operation. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-25 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 82. Gertie's Greenhouse, Inc., a small retail store which sells house plants, started business on January 1, 2009. At the end of January, 2009, the following information was available: A. Using the above information, prepare the income statement for Gertie's Greenhouse for the month ended January 31, 2009. B. What is the amount of cash flows provided by operating activities to be presented on the statement of cash flows? A. B. 38,300 15,000 + 1,000 = $24,300 OR $75,000 45,000 5,000 250 150 300 = $24,300 AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-26 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 83. Indicate on which financial statement you would expect to find each of the following. If an item can be found on more than one statement, list each statement. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-27 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 84. For each of the following items that appear on the balance sheet, identify each as an asset (A), liability (L), or element of stockholders' equity (SE). For any item that would not appear on the balance sheet, write the letter, N. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-28 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 85. Ryan Corporation began operations at the start of 2008. During the year, it made cash and credit sales totaling $500,000 and collected $420,000 in cash from its customers. It purchased inventory costing $250,000, paid $15,000 for dividends and the cost of goods sold was $210,000. The corporation incurred the following expenses: Required: 1. Prepare an income statement showing revenues, expenses, pretax income, income tax expense, and net income for the year ended December 31, 2008. 2. Based on the above information, what is the amount of accounts receivable on the balance sheet prepared at the end of 2008? 3. Based on the above information, what is the amount of retained earnings on the balance sheet prepared at the end of 2008? 1. 2. $500,000 420,000 = $80,000 Accounts receivable at the end of the year. 3. $0 beginning balance + $161,000 net income $15,000 dividends = $146,000. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-29 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 86. Cosmos Corporation was established on December 31, 2008, by a group of investors who invested a total of $1,000,000 for shares of the new corporation's stock. During the month of January, 2009, Cosmos provided services to customers for which the total revenue was $100,000. Of this amount, $10,000 had not been collected by the end of January. Cosmos recorded salary expense of $20,000, of which 90% had been paid by the end of the month; rent expense of $5,000, which had been paid on January 1; and other expenses of $12,000, which had been paid by check. On January 31, 2009, Cosmos purchased a van by paying cash of $30,000. There were no other events that affected cash. Required: 1. In which section of the statement of cash flows would the amount of cash paid for rent be reported? 2. In which section of the statement of cash flows would the amount of cash paid for the van be reported? 3. By how much did Cosmos's cash increase or decrease during January? 4. Assuming that the amount of cash was $150,000 at the beginning of January, how much cash did Cosmos have at the end of the month? 5. What was Cosmos's net income or net loss (after income tax expense) for the month of January? The income tax rate was 30%. 6. Explain why the net increase or decrease in cash for a business generally will be different than the net income, or net loss, for the same period. 1-30 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 6. Net income or net loss for a period is equal to revenues minus expenses; it is not equal to the change in cash. Revenues are reported on the income statement when the goods or services are sold to the customer, which may be before or after the period in which cash is received from the customer. Expenses are reported on the income statement in the period they are used to earn revenues. Again, the payment of cash may occur before or after the period when an expense appears on the income statement. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-31 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 87. Parker Pool Supply, Inc. reported the following items for the year ended December 31, 2008: Required: Prepare an income statement for the year. Note: Accounts receivable of $27,000 would appear on the balance sheet, not the income statement. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-32 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 88. National Shops, Inc. reported the following amounts on its balance sheet on December 31, 2009: Required: 1. What is the amount of National's total assets at the end of 2009? 2. Identify the items listed above that are liabilities. 3. What is the amount of National's retained earnings at the end of 2009? 4. Prepare a balance sheet for National Shops as of December 31, 2009. 5. National Shops wishes to purchase merchandise from your company on account. The amount of the purchases would probably be about $10,000 per month, and the terms would require National to make payment in full within 30 days. Would you recommend that your company grant credit to National under these terms? Explain the reasoning for your response. 1-33 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 1. Total assets = $325,000 + 150,000 + 600,000 + 30,000 = $1,105,000 2. Liabilities: Accounts payable and Notes payable. 3. Assets = Liabilities + Stockholders' equity $1,105,000 = (100,000 + 45,000 + Stockholders' equity) Stockholders' equity = $960,000 = Contributed capital + retained earnings $750 + retained earnings = $960,000 Retained earnings = $210,000 4. 5. The balance sheet of National Shops shows that the company is capable of paying its shortterm liabilities. There is cash of $150,000, more than enough to settle the accounts payable of $45,000. I would recommend that my company grant credit to National Shops. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-34 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 89. During 2009, Winterset Company performed services for which customers paid or promised to pay $587,000. Of this amount, $552,000 had been collected by year end. Winterset paid $340,000 in cash for employee wages and owed the employees $15,000 at the end of the year for work that had been done but had not paid for. Winterset paid interest expense of $3,000 and $195,000 for other service expenses. The income tax rate was 35%, and income taxes had not yet been paid at the end of the year. Winterset declared and paid dividends of $20,000. There were no other events that affected cash. Required: 1. What was the amount of the increase or decrease in cash during the year? 2. Prepare an income statement for Winterset for the year. 3. At the start of 2009, Winterset reported retained earnings totaling $90,000. Prepare a statement of retained earnings. 1-35 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-36 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 90. Alfred Company manufactures men's clothing. During 2009, the company reported the following items that affected cash. Indicate whether each of these items is a cash flow from operating activities (O), investing activities (I), or financing activities (F). Purchased equipment by paying cash: I Collected cash on account from customers: O Paid dividends to stockholders: F Paid cash for supplies: O Paid suppliers for fabric: O Borrowed money from bank on a long-term note: F Paid interest to bank on the note: O Paid wages to employees: O Sold shares of stock to new stockholders: F AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 1-37 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 91. Fulton Company was established at the beginning of 2009 when several investors paid a total of $200,000 to purchase Fulton stock. No additional investments in stock were made during the year. By the end of that year, Fulton had cash on hand of $45,000, office equipment (net) of $40,000, inventories of $156,000, and accounts payable of $10,000. Sales for the year were $812,000. Of this amount, customers still owed $20,000. Fulton paid dividends of $25,000 to its stockholders. Required: 1. Based on the information above, prepare a balance sheet for Fulton Company as of December 31, 2009. In the process of preparing the balance sheet, you must calculate the ending balance in retained earnings. 2. Prepare a statement of retained earnings. (The beginning amount of retained earnings was $0.) 3. What was the amount of Fulton's net income for the year? 4. Was Fulton successful during its first year in operation? 1-38 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 3. $76,000 (see statement of retained earnings above) 4. Yes, Fulton's first year was successful. The company earned a healthy amount of income, and many new companies have losses during their early years of operations. Also, it was able to pay dividends to its stockholders. At the end of the first year, the company has just $10,000 in liabilities. It appears to be in sound financial condition. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-39 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 92. For Glad Rags Shops, the following information is available for the year ended December 31, 2008: The income tax rate is 30%. Required: Prepare an income statement for Glad Rags Shops. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-40 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 93. Baseline Corporation was formed two years ago to manufacture fitness equipment. It has been profitable and is growing rapidly. It currently has 150 stockholders and 90 employees; most of the employees own at least a few shares of Baseline's stock. The company has received financing from two banks. It will sell additional shares of stock within the next three months and will also seek additional loans and hire new employees to support its continued growth. Required: 1. Explain who relies on the information in financial statements prepared by Baseline Corporation. 2. Why is compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and accuracy in accounting important for Baseline? 3. A new accountant who tried to prepare Baseline's financial statements at the end of the current year made several errors. For each of the following items, indicate how the income statement and balance sheet are affected by the error and the nature of the effect. (For example, an error might cause revenues and net income on the income statement and retained earnings and assets on the balance sheet to be overstated). Ignore the effects of income taxes. A. The company had sales for cash of $3,000,000. It also had sales on account of $1,800,000 that had been collected by the end of the year, and sales on account of $200,000 that are expected to be collected early the following year. The accountant reported total sales revenue of $4,800,000. B. The company had total inventories of $600,000 at the end of the year. Of this amount, inventory reported at $30,000 was obsolete and will have to be scrapped. The balance sheet prepared by the accountant showed total inventories of $600,000. C. The company has a bank loan for which interest expense during the year of $10,000 will be paid early in January of the next year. The accountant recorded neither the interest expense nor the interest payable. D. An insurance policy was listed as an asset of $6,000 at the beginning of the year. The entire amount of the policy was for the current year and the policy has expired. The accountant took no action to recognize the expiration of the policy. 1-41 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 1. Various external decision makers rely on the financial statements of a corporation. For Baseline, these decision makers include the bankers who have loaned money to the company. These creditors would monitor the performance of Baseline to estimate the likelihood that Baseline will be able to repay existing loans when they come due, and to decide whether to make additional loans to Baseline in the future. Current stockholders would want to review Baseline's financial statements to decide whether they wanted to continue to own Baseline's stock. Potential stockholders and creditors would use the information to decide whether they wanted to purchase Baseline's stock or loan money to the company in the future. Baseline anticipates hiring additional workers in the near future; potential employees might use information in the financial statements to evaluate the company as an employer. 2. Compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and accuracy in accounting are important to Baseline because they are important to the people who use Baseline's financial statements. To maintain the credibility of its financial statements, Baseline must comply with GAAP and must ensure the accuracy of its accounting records. 3. A. On the income statement, revenues and net income is understated by $200,000. On the balance sheet, accounts receivable and retained earnings are understated by $200,000. B. On the balance sheet, inventory and retained earnings are overstated by $30,000. On the income statement, expenses are understated and the net income is overstated. C. On the income statement, expenses are understated and net income is overstated by $10,000. On the balance sheet, interest payable is understated and retained earnings is overstated by $10,000. D. On the balance sheet, prepaid insurance and retained earnings are overstated by $6,000. On the income statement, expenses are understated and net income is overstated by $6,000. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 94. Larson Company ends the first year of operations with $3.5 million in retained earnings when no dividends were paid out. Since the company began operations on January 1st of the current year ending December 31st, calculate the amount of beginning retained earnings and explain your answer. The beginning balance of retained earnings is zero because a new business would not have generated income from prior operations. Retained earnings represents the net income generated through operations not distributed in the form of a dividend. A company just beginning operations could not have any earnings so there would always be a zero beginning balance for new companies. AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-42 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 95. Mallard Corp. has just published their financial information for the year on the company's website. Their reported earnings are $30.0 million and average common shares outstanding are 3.0 million. Answer the following: (a) How much is earnings per share on the common stock? (b) If the website shows the common stock is currently trading at $140 per share, what is the price earnings (P/E) ratio? (c) A group of investors is seeking to buy all the Mallard shares. Using the above information, determine an offering price. (a) The earnings per share is $10 per share computed by dividing the net income of $30 million by the number of shares outstanding, 3.0 million shares. (b) The price earnings ratio is 14 to 1 computed by dividing the market price per share by the earnings per share amount ($140 divided by $10). (c) The investors could take the current level of earnings $30 million multiplied times the price earnings ratio of 14 to estimate a beginning price in negotiating the purchase of the company of $420 million. AACSB Tag: Analytic Difficulty: Hard L.O.: 1 1-43 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions Matching Questions 96. Match the model with the financial statement. 1. Beg. Bal. + NI Dividends = End. Bal. 2. A = L + SE 3. R E = NI Balance sheet 2 Statement of retained earnings 1 Income statement 3 AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 97. Match each definition with its related term or abbreviation. A system that collects and processes financial information 1. Publicly about an organization and reports that information to decision traded makers. 2. Audit report Certified Public Accountant. A report that describes the auditors' opinion of the fairness of the financial statement presentations and the evidence 3. Cost principle gathered to support that opinion. Initial recording of financial statement elements at 4. CPA acquisition cost. 5. Sole proprietorship An unincorporated business owned by one person. Company that can be bought and sold by investors on 6. Accounting established stock exchanges. 6 4 2 3 5 1 AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Medium L.O.: 1 98. Match each definition with its related term or abbreviation. 1. SEC 2. CPA 3. FASB 4. AICPA 5. GAAP Securities and Exchange Commission American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Financial Accounting Standards Board Certified Public Accountant Generally accepted accounting principles AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 2 1-44 1 4 3 2 5 Chapter 001: Financial Statements and Business Decisions 99. Match the characteristics with the type of business. 1. Ownership is limited to one person 2. Ownership is represented by shares of capital stock 3. Each owner is responsible for the debts of the entity Sole proprietorship 1 Corporation 2 Partnership 3 AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: Sup A 100. Match each element with its financial statement. 1. Statement of Retained Earnings 2. Balance Sheet 3. Statement of Cash Flows 4. Income Statement Assets Revenues Cash flow from operating activities Dividends AACSB Tag: Reflective Thinking Difficulty: Easy L.O.: 1 1-45 2 4 3 1

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