SmithA-Acct 410-6 - E94(GCA/GLTLEntries)...

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E9-4 (GCA/GLTL Entries) Prepare the journal entries required  in the General Capital Assets and General  Long-Term Liabilities accounts  of Percy County to record the following transactions. Indicate whether any  gains and losses are to be reported in the government-wide financial statements. 1. Land was donated for use as the site of a bike and nature trail. The donor had acquired the land for $3,000  about 20 years earlier. Its estimated fair value when donated to the county was $40,000. 2. Computer equipment was ordered for General Fund departments. The estimated cost was $48,000. 3. The computer equipment was received by the county. The actual cost was $47,750. The county had paid  $42,000 to the vendor by year end. 4. The county sold a (general government) dump truck that had cost $55,000. Accumulated depreciation on the  truck was $50,000. The county sold the truck at auction for $3,300. 5. A storage building used by general government departments was destroyed by a tornado. The building, which cost $150,000, is expected to be rebuilt at a cost of $200,000. The building was 50% depreciated when  destroyed. Construction has not begun on the new building.
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