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Unformatted text preview: current year. Inventory $ Sales $ Cost of Goods Sold $ Operating Expenses $ Non controlling Interest in the Subsidiary’s Net Income Solution: Computation of the following Inventory = $592,000 (400000+200000-8000) Sales = $1,240,000 (800,000+400,000-160,000 (intra-entity transfer)) Cost of goods sold = $548,000 (400,000+300,000-160000+8000) Operating expenses = $443,000 (180,000+250,000+13000 (this figure calculated below) Non controlling interest in subsidiary's net income = $8,700 (30 % of the income after less 13,000 more fair value amortization and deferring $8,000 ending unrealized gross profit) Working notes: Customer list amortization = $65,000 ÷ 5 years = $13,000 per year Intra-entity gross profit ($160,000 – $120,000) $40,000 Inventory remaining at year's end 20% Unrealized intra-entity gross profit, 12/31 $8,000...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ACC 134 taught by Professor Erik during the Fall '11 term at Colorado.
- Fall '11