Accounting-7615287

Accounting-7615287 - On the date of purchase, the book...

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Question: Ace Company reports current earnings of $400,000 while paying $40,000 in cash dividends. Byrd Company earns $100,000 in net income and distributes $10,000 in dividends. Ace has held a 70 percent interest in Byrd for several years, an investment that it originally purchased at a price equal to the book value of the underlying net assets. Ace uses the cost method to account for these shares. On January 1 of the current year, Byrd acquired in the open market $50,000 of Ace's 8 percent bonds. The bonds had originally been issued several years ago for 92, reflecting a 10 percent effective interest rate.
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Unformatted text preview: On the date of purchase, the book value of the bonds payable was $48,300. Byrd paid $46,600 based on a 12 percent effective interest rate over the remaining life of the bonds. What is consolidated net income for this year prior to reduction for the no controlling interest's share of the subsidiary's net income? a. $492,160 b. $493,938 c. $499,160 d. $500,258...
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