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Professor Beck Spring 2017 Accountancy 401 Preferred Stock Investment Problem On 1/1/X1, P purchased an 80% interest in S’s common stock for $320,000 and a 50% interest in S’s preferred stock for $52,500. On 1/1/X1, S reported the following balances in its equity accounts: S's Shareholders' Equity on 1/1/X1: Preferred Stock: par 100,000.00 Common Stock: Par 200,000.00 Paid in Capital 100,000.00 Retained Earnings 100,000.00 Total Equity 500,000.00 Additional Information : During year X1, S had an income of $100,000 and paid $20,000 of common stock dividends and $6,000 of preferred stock dividends. Required
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