U1 Chap. 10 Exercises
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U1 Chap. 10 Exercises

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Heather Bolduc Unit 1 Chapter 10 Exercises 10-1 Acquisition costs; land and building On March 1, 2011, Beldon Corporation purchased land as a factory site for $60,000. An old building on the property was demolished, and construction began on a new building that was completed on December 15, 2011 Cost incurred during this period are listed below: Demolition of old building $4,000 Architects fees (for new building)...

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Bolduc Unit Heather 1 Chapter 10 Exercises 10-1 Acquisition costs; land and building On March 1, 2011, Beldon Corporation purchased land as a factory site for $60,000. An old building on the property was demolished, and construction began on a new building that was completed on December 15, 2011 Cost incurred during this period are listed below: Demolition of old building $4,000 Architects fees (for new building) 12,000 Legal fees for title investigation of land 2,000 Property taxes on land (for period beginning March 1, 2011) 3,000 Construction costs 500,000 Interest on construction loan 5,000 Salvaged materials resulting from the demolition of the old building were sold for $2,000. Required: Determine the amounts that Beldon should capitalize as the cost of the land and the new building. Solution: Computation of the Capitalize cost of the land and New Building Cost of land: Particulars Amount Land $ 60,000.00 demolition $ 4,000.00 legal fees $ 2,000.00 salvage materials $ (2,000.00) Cost of Land $ 64,000.00 Cost of building: Particulars construction costs interest on construction loan architect Cost of Building Hence the cost of building and cost of land is Amount $ 500,000.00 $ $ 5,000.00 12,000.00 $ 517,000.00 $ 517,000.00 $ 64,000.00 Property taxes are operating costs 10-2 Acquisition cost; machinery Oaktree Company purchased a new machine and made the following expenditures: Purchase price $45,000 Sales tax 2,200 Freight charges for shipment of machine 700 Insurance on the machine for the first year 900 Installation of machine 1,000 The machine, including sales tax, was purchased on open account, with payment due in 30 days. The other expenditures listed above were paid cash. Required: Prepare the necessary journal entries to record the above expenditures. Solution: Computation of the Necessary Journal Entries Machine costs: purchase price sales tax freight installation Total cost of machine $ 45,000 $ 2,200 $ 700 $ 1,000 $ 48,900 Rule: Include all the costs to get the asset "in place and working" Ignore: Insurance (operating costs) Entry would be Machine A/c---------------------Dr $ 48,900 $47, To Account Payable A/c 200 To Cash A/c 700 $1, $900 Prepaid Insurance A/c------------Dr .00 $900 To Cash A/c 10-3 Acquisition costs; lump-sum acquisition .00 Semtech Manufacturing purchased land and building for $4 million. In addition to the purchase price, Semtech made the following expenditures in connection with the purchase of the land and building: Title insurance Legal fees for drawing the contract Pro-rated property taxes for the period after acquisition State transfer fees $16,000 5,000 36,000 4,000 An independent appraisal estimated the fair values o the land and building, if purchased separately, at $3.3 and $1.1 million, respectively. Shortly after acquisition, Semtech spent $82,000 to construct a parking lot and $40,000 for landscaping. Required: 1. Determine the initial valuation of each asset Semtech acquired in these transactions. 2. Repeat requirement 1, assuming that immediately after acquisition, Semtech demolish the building. Demolition costs were $250,000 and the salvaged materials were sold for $6,000. In addition, Semtech spend $86,000 clearing and grading the land in preparation for the construction of a new building. Requirement 1 Cost of land and building: Purchase price Title search and insurance Legal fees State transfer fees Total cost $4,000,000 16,000 5,000 4,000 $4,025,000 Percent of Total Fair Value Asset Land Building Fair Value $3,300,000 1,100,000 $4,400,000 Assets: Land Building Land improvements: 75% 25 100% $3,018,750 1,006,250 Initial Valuation (Percent x $4,025,000) $3,018,750 1,006,250 $4,025,000 Parking lot Landscaping 82,000 40,000 Requirement 2 Cost of land: Purchase price Title search and insurance Legal fees State transfer fees Demolition of old building Less: Sale of materials Clearing and grading costs Total cost of land $4,000,000 16,000 5,000 4,000 $250,000 (6,000) 244,000 86,000 $4,355,000 Land improvements: Parking lot Landscaping 82,000 40,000 10-6 Goodwill On March 31, 2011, Wolfson Corporation acquired all of the outstanding common stock of Barney Corporation f $17,000,000 in cash. The book values and fair values of Barney's assets and liabilities were as follows: Book Value Current Assets Property, plant, and equipment Other assets Current liabilities Long-term liabilities $6,000,000 Fair Value $7,500,0 1,000,000 14,000, 1,500, 4,000,000 4,000, 6,000,000 5,500, 11,000,000 Required: Calculate the amount paid for goodwill Goodwill is the excess, if any, of net assets acquired, at fair market value, over the purchase price. Here Net Assets at fair value = 13,500,000, so Goodwill will be 3,500,000 10-8 Lump-Sum Acquisition Pinewood Company purchased two buildings on four acres of land. The lump-sum purchase was $900,000. According to independent appraisals, the fair values were $450,000 (building A) and $250,000 (building B) for the buildings and $300,000 for the land. Required: Detemrin e the initial valuation of the buildings and the land. Solution: Computation of the Initial Valuation of the buildings and land Assets Land Building A Building B 10-10 Acquisition costs; noninterest-bearing note Teradene Corporation purchased land as a factory site and contracted with Maxtor Construction to construct a fac Teradene made the following expenditures related to the acquisition of the land, building, and machinery to equip the factory: Purchase price of the land $1,200,00 0 Demolitio n and removal of land before constructi on Various closing costs old building Clearning and grading the in connectio n with acquiring the land Architect' s fee for the plans for the new building Payments to Maxtor for building constructi on Machiner y purchased Freight charges on machiner y Trees, plants, and other landscapi ng 80,000 150,000 42,000 50,000 3,250,000 860,000 32,000 45,000 Installatio n of a sprinkler system for the landscapi ng Cost to build special platforms and install wiring for the machiner y Cost of trial runs to ensure proper installatio n of the machiner y Fire and theft insurance on the factory for the first year of use 5,000 12,000 7,000 24,000 In addition to the above expenditures, Teradene purchased four forklifts from Caterpillar. In payment, Teradene paid $16,000 cash and signed a noninterest-bearing note requiring the payment of $70,000 in one year. An interes rate of 7% properly reflects the time value of money for this type of loan. Required: Determine the initial valuation of each of the assets Teradene acquired in the above transactions. Solution: Computation of the Initial Valuation of each of the Assets Teradene Land Particulars Amount $ Purchase price 1,200,000 Demolition and removal of old $ building 80,000 Clearing and $ grading 150,000 $ Closing costs 42,000 $ Total cost of land 1,472,000 Building Particulars Architects fees Construction cost Total cost of building Machinery: Particulars Purchase price Freight charges Special platforms and wire installation Cost of trial runs Total cost of Machinery Amount $ 50,000 $ 3,250,000 $ 3,300,000 Amount $ 860,000 $ 32,000 $ 12,000 $ 7,000 $ 911,000 Land improvements Particulars Amount $ Solution: Computa tion of the Journal Entries Particula rs Amount Feb 1 2011 Land A/c------------------ $ Dr 90,000 To Common Stock A/c $ 90,000 (Being Purchased Land issuing 500 shares @ $18 per share) Nov 2 2011 Building A/c---------------$ Dr 600,000 To Cash A/c To Revenue Donation of Fixed Asset A/c (Being Purchases of Building for cash) $ 400,000 $ Amount 200,000 10-12 fixed-asset turnover ratio, Cisco Cisco Systems, Inc., reported the following information in its 2009 financial statements ($ in millions): Balance sheets Property, plant, and equipment (net) Income statement Net sales for 2009 $4,043 $4,151 $36,117 Required: Calculate Cisco's 2009 fixed-asset turnover ratio. How would you interpret this ratio? Solution: Computation of the Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio = Where as Net Sales Avg Fixed Assets Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio = Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio = Hence the Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio is 10-13 Disposal of property, plant, and equipment Funseth Farms, Inc. purchased a tractor in 2008 at a cost of $30,000. The tractor was solf for $3,000 in 2011. Deprecit ation recorded through the disposal date totaled $26,000. Required: Prepare the journal entry to record the sale. Assumin g that the tractor was sold for $10.000, prepare the journal entry to record the sale. Solution: Computation of the journal entries of Disposal of property, plant, and equipment 1) Cash A/c-----------------Dr Accumulated Depreciation - Tractor A/c-----------------Dr Loss on sale of tractor A/c-----------------Dr To Tractor A/c 2) Cash A/c-----------------Dr Accumulated Depreciation - Tractor A/c-----------------Dr To Tractor A/c To Gain on Sale of Tractor A/c 10-24 Interest Capitalization On January 2, 2011, The Highlands Company began construction on a new manufacturing facility for its won use. The building was completed in 2012. The company borrowed $1,500,000 at 8% on January 1 to help finance the construction. In addition to the construction loan, Highlands had the following debt outstanding throughout 2011: $5,000,0 00, 12% bonds $3,000,0 00 8% longterm note Construc tion expendit ures incurred during 2011 were as follows: $ 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 January 1 March 31 1 , 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 June 30 Septemb er 30 Decemb er 31 Required: 8 0 0 , 0 0 0 600,000 400,000 Calculat e the amount of interest capitaliz ed for 2011 using the specific interest method. Solution : Comput ation of the interest capitaliz ed for 2011 using the specific interest method Weighte d average accumul ated Expendit ure=600, 000*3/1 2+1,800, 000*3/1 2+2,600, 000*3/1 2+3,200, 000*3/1 2=2,050, 000 Interest capitaliz ed: Loan 10-26 Research and development Delawar e Compan y incurred the followin g reasearc h and develop ment costs during 2011: Salaries and wages for lab research Material s used in R&D projects Purchase of equipme nt Fees paid to outsiders for R&D projects Patent filing and legal costs for a develope d product $400,00 0 200,000 900,000 320,000 65,000 Salaries , wages, and supplies for R&D work performe d for another company under contract Total The equipme nt has a sevenyear life and will be used for a number of research projects. Deprecia tion for 2011 is $120,00 0. Required : 350,000 $2,235,0 00 Calculate the amount of research and development expense that Delaware should report in its 2011 income statem Solution: The R&D equipment should be capitalized and depreciated. Same as patent filing and legal cost and R&D perfor other company. The former is considered intangible asset and the latter is considered inventory. R&D expense: Salaries and wages for lab research $400,000 Materials used in R&D projects 200,000 Fees paid to outsiders for R&D projects 320,000 R&D equipment depreciation 120,000 Total 1,040,000 10-28 1. F 2. D 3. I 4. G 5. H 6. J 7. K 8. C 9. A 10. B 11. e

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