ACCT212 Course Project 1 Template Parts A and B 05202012
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ACCT212 Course Project 1 Template Parts A and B 05202012

Course Number: ACCOUNTING 212, Spring 2012

College/University: DeVry Chicago

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CourseProject#1Overview CourseProject#1consistsoftwoparts,AandB,respectively.Thereare 10Requirementsforyoutocompleteinthisexercise, PartAhas13andPartBhas410.PartAisdueattheendofWeek3.PartBisdueattheendofWeek5.SeeSyllabus/Due DatesforAssignments&Examsforduedateinformation.AlloftheinformationyouneedtocompleteCourseProject#1islocated inthisWorkbook....

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10Requirementsforyoutocompleteinthisexercise, CourseProject#1Overview CourseProject#1consistsoftwoparts,AandB,respectively.Thereare PartAhas13andPartBhas410.PartAisdueattheendofWeek3.PartBisdueattheendofWeek5.SeeSyllabus/Due DatesforAssignments&Examsforduedateinformation.AlloftheinformationyouneedtocompleteCourseProject#1islocated inthisWorkbook. Thereare8worksheetsintheworkbookyouwillneedtocompleteforPartsA&B. AlistofOctobertransactions BeforeYouBegin: AChartofAccountsreferencesheet ReviewtheWeek2Lecturepriortostartingwork AGradingRubrictohelpexplainwhatisexpected. EachworksheethastheCheckFiguresembeddedasacomment. Scenario PrinttheChartofAccountsandOctober Transactionsworksheetsforyourreference.You Youvejustsecuredanewclientinyouraccountingpractice,theRawlsRepairCorporation,(RRC)abrandnewsmallbusiness specializinginbicyclerepair.Theowner,RobRawls,isaterrificcyclistandbikerepairspecialist,butdefinitelynotanaccountant. YourjobistohelpRobputhisaffairsinorder.LuckilyRobhasonlybeeninoperationforamonthandthingshavenotgottentoo outofhandyet!Robhastosubmithisfinancialstatementstohisinvestorsanddoesntknowwheretobegin.Itsyourjobtogo throughthecompleteAccountingcycletopreparethefinancialstatementsfortheRRC. Requirements Guidelines onthisproject. ForPartA: CompleteRequirements13ontheJournalEntries,GeneralLedger,andTrialBalanceworksheets. Typeyourworkdirectlyintotheworksheets. SaveyourworkbookasCourseProject1A_ACCT212_YourLastName. SubmittheworkbooktotheDropBoxunderCourseProject1PartAbytheendofWeek3. ForPartB: UsingfeedbackfromyourinstructorandPartA,completeRequirements410. Typeyourworkdirectlyintotheworksheets. SaveyourworkbookasCourseProject1B_ACCT212_YourLastName. SubmittheworkbooktotheDropBoxunderCourseProject1PartBbytheendofWeek5. willneedtorefertoboththroughouttheproject. ReviewtheGradingCriteria. SAVEyourworkfrequentlyinthisworkbook. Journal Entries REQUIREMENT#1:PreparejournalentriestorecordtheOctobertransactionsintheGeneral Journalbelow.RememberthatDebitsmustequalCreditsAllofyourJournalEntriesshould balance. Date GeneralJournal Description(AccountName) 1Oct Cash CommonStock Debit 12,000 Credit Onceyou'veco 12,000 Issuedcommonstock. 1Oct Prepaidexpenses 1,200 Paidthepremiumonaoneyearinsurancepolicy. 1Oct Storerentexpense Cash 1,040 3Oct Repairequipment Accountspayable 390 12Oct Repairequipment Cash Accountspayable 4,400 8Oct Utilityexpense Cash 16Oct Cash Bicyclerepairrevenue 19Oct Accountspayable Cash 31Oct Cash Bicyclerepairrevenue 31Oct Dividends Cash 154 1,362 200 1,310 800 22,856 GeneralJourna Requirement#2 1,200 cash requirementpri 1,040 600 3,800 390 154 1,362 200 1,310 800 22,856 GeneralLedger Journal Entries REQUIREMENT#3:PrepareatrialbalanceforOctoberinthespacebelow. RawlsRepairCorporation TrialBalance Cash PrepaidInsurance RepairSupplies RepairEquipment AccountsPayable CommonStock Dividends BicycleRepairRevenue StoreRentExpense UtilityExpense Account October31 Title Balance Debit Credit 10,678 1,200 390 4,400 800 1,040 154 Err:502 3,990 12,000 2,672 Err:502 Onlyenter accountsthat haveabalance. Journal Entries Requirement#4:PrepareadjustingentriesusingthefollowinginformationintheGeneralJournal below.Showyourcalculations! a)Onemonth'sinsurancehasexpired. b)Theremaininginventoryofrepairsuppliesis$194. c)Theestimateddepreciationonrepairequipmentis$70. d)Theestimatedincometaxesare$40. Requirement#5:PosttheadjustingentriesonOctober31belowtotheGeneralLedgerTaccounts andcomputeadjustedbalances.Justaddtothebalancesthatarealreadylisted. Clickheretogoto Ledgerworksheet Requirement#5. Date GeneralJournal Description(AccountName) 31Oct Insuranceexpense Debit Credit 0 0 Journal Entries REQUIREMENT#6:PrepareanAdjustedTrialBalanceinthespacebelow. RawlsRepairCorporation AdjustedTrialBalance Account October31 Title Balance Debit Credit Err:502 Err:502 Onlyenter accountsthat haveabalance. Journal Entries Requirement#8:PreparetheclosingentriesatOctober31intheGeneralJournalbelow.Hint:use thebalancesforeachaccountwhichappearontheAdjusted TrialBalanceforyourclosingentries. Requirement#9:PosttheclosingentriestotheTAccountsontheGeneralLedgerworksheetand Clickheretogoto computeendingbalances.Justaddtotheadjustedbalancesalreadylisted. Date GeneralJournal Description(AccountName) Ledgerworkshee Requirement#9. Debit Credit SeetheW forexamp complete 0 0 Journal Entries Requirement#10:PrepareapostclosingtrialbalanceasofOctober31inthespace below. RawlsRepairCorporation PostClosingTrialBalance Account October31 Title Balance Debit Credit 0 0

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