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57. Tumbling Haven, a gymnastic equipment manufacturer, provided the following information to its accountant. The company had current assets of $145,332, net fixed assets of $356,190, and other assets of $4,176. The firm has long-term debt of $76,445, common stock of $200,000, and retained earnings of $134,461. What amount of current liabilities does this firm have? $94,792 $505,678 $171,217
None of these
58. Chandler Sporting Goods produces baseball and football equipment and lines of clothing. This year the company had cash and marketable securities worth $335,485, accounts payables worth $1,159,357, inventory of $1,651,599, accounts receivables of $1,488,121, short-term notes payable worth $313,663, and other current assets of $121,427. What is the company's net working capital? $3,596,632 $1,801,784 $2,123,612
$1,673,421
$167,918 $573,566 $405,648 $243,648 59. Spartan, Inc., is a manufacturer of automobile parts located in Greenville, South Carolina. At the end of the current fiscal year, the company had net working capital of $157,903. The company showed accounts payables of $94,233, accounts receivables of $83,112, inventory of $171,284, and cash and marketable securities of $12,311. Calculate the amount of notes payables. (Assume that notes payable and accounts payable are the only two current liabilities of the company.)
60. Which of the following is the best example of how a market-value balance sheet item differs from the firm’s book-value balance sheet item? its auditors. For the year ended March 31, 2008, the company had revenues of $1,122,878, operating expenses (excluding depreciation and leasing expenses) of $612,663, depreciation expenses of $231,415, leasing expenses of $126,193, and interest expenses of $87,125. If the company's average tax rate was 34 percent, what is its net income after taxes? (Round your final answer to the nearest dollar.) A firm issued long-term bonds five-years ago that currently sell for par value. A firm issued preferred stock ten-years ago. These shares of preferred stock currently are selling for par value. A firm has $5 million of accrued liabilities on the books. 61. Which of the following does NOT belong to an income statement? Depreciation expense Goodwill Extraordinary items 62. Centennial Brewery produced revenues of $1,145,227 in 2008. It has expenses (excluding depreciation) of $812,640, depreciation of $131,335, and interest expense of $81,112. It pays an average tax rate of 34 percent. What is the firm's net income after taxes? Round your final answer to the nearest dollar. $248,475 $120,140 $79,292 $40,848 63. Triumph Trading Company provided the following information to its auditors. For the year ended March 31, 2008, the company had revenues of $1,122,878, operating expenses (excluding depreciation and leasing expenses) of $612,663, depreciation expenses of $231,415, leasing expenses of $126,193, and interest expenses of $87,125. If the company's average tax rate was 34 percent, what is its net income after taxes? (Round your final answer to the nearest dollar.)

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