ACCT 2100 Chap 7 Practice Quiz

ACCT 2100 Chap 7 Practice Quiz - ACCT 2100 Chap 7 Practice...

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CORRECT What type of transaction is the issuance of a note payable? A) Asset Use B) Asset Exchange C) Asset Source D) Claims Exchange Feedback: When a company issues a note, it receives an asset (cash). This increases the amount of cash that the company has available to it. At the same time, a claim (note payable) is created. This is a liability because it is held by an entity that is outside the company. Because an asset is created or increased, the transaction is an asset source. LO: LO 1 CORRECT Wrayan Corp. borrowed $150,000 from the First National Bank on August 1, 2009. The note carried a 6% annual rate of interest and required repayment of principal plus interest on January 31, 2010. What amount of interest expense would be recorded as of December 31, 2009? A) $750 B) $3,750 C) $9,000 D) $3,000 Feedback: Interest is calculated by using the following equation: Principal x Interest Rate x Time = Interest. Interest is owed for periods in which the borrower has the use of the funds borrowed. In this example, the time period is 5 months because the funds were borrowed on August 1, and the period ended December 31. This is 5 months out of 12. Therefore, Interest owed for the period August to December of 2009 is $3,750 (150,000 x 6% x 5/12). LO: LO 1 CORRECT The Little Ducky Toy Store sells toys designed for infants and toddlers in a major Midwestern city where the sales tax is 11.25%. Sales tax is required to be collected on all sales. Little Ducky experienced the following events in 2011: Sales, all cash, were $635,000 Cost of Goods Sold was $486,000 Recorded Operating Expense of $35,500 Given the information above, what is 1) sales tax expense, and 2) income for 2011? A) $ 0 / $113,000 B) $71,437.50 / $77,562.50 C) $71,437.50 / $42,062.50 D) $ 0 / $113,500 Feedback: In most governmental jurisdictions, sales taxes are levied on sales that are made to end users. While sales taxes are collected at the time of sale, they are usually not paid to the government
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course ACCT 2100 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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