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INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTINGINCOME STMT (MULTI-STEP) PROBLEM BY/E 12/31/08TRANSACTIONS:1) CUSTOMER SALES2) COGS3) SELLING EXPENSES4) ADMIN EXPENSES5) INTEREST EXPENSE6) LOSS FROM DISONTINUED OPS7) GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF DISCONTINUED OPS8) DIVIDEND AND
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UCSD - MGT - 131A
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INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTINGCHAPTER 8INVENTORY ERRORSEXAMPLE A:YEAR 1:BEGINNING INVENTORYCURRENT PURCHASESENDING INVENTORY (ACTUAL)ENDING INVENTORY (ACCOUNTING RECORDS)YEAR 1 COGSBEGINNING INVENTORYCURRENT PURCHASESGOODS AVAILABLE FOR SALEENDING I
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INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTINGCHAPTER 11 IMPAIRMENTGIVEN:UNIT 1COSTACCUMULATED DEPREXPECTED FUTURE CASH FLOWS (DISCOUNTED)EXPECTED FUTURE CASH FLOWS (UNDISCOUNTED)FAIR VALUE LESS COST TO SELLREMAINING USEFUL LIFEUNIT 26,000,0003,000,0002,800,0003,1
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EXERCISE 8-12 (1520 minutes)Errors in InventoriesNetDeductDeductAddIncomeYearAddOverstate-Understate-Overstate-Understate-Per Booksment Jan. 1ment Jan. 12006\$ 50,000200752,000\$5,000200854,0009,000200956,000201058,000201160,000
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EXERCISE 8-15(a)ESPLANADE COMPANYComputation of Inventory for ProductBAP Under FIFO Inventory MethodMarch 31, 2010March 26, 2010.February 16, 2010.January 25, 2010 (portion).March 31, 2010, inventory.(b)Unit Cost\$12.0011.0010.00Total Cost\$
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EXERCISE 10-7 (2025 minutes)(a)Avoidable InterestWeighted-AverageAccumulated ExpendituresX Interest Rate = Avoidable Interest\$2,000,0001,800,00012%10.38%\$240,000186,840\$426,840\$3,800,000Weighted-average interest rate computation=Total Prin
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EXERCISE 12-12Net assets of Terrell as reported.\$225,000Adjustments to fair valueIncrease in land value.50,000Decrease in equipment value.(5,000)45,000270,000Net assets of Terrell at fair value.380,000Selling price.Amount of goodwill to be re
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