Anderson, Olds, Watershed
Certified Public Accountants
32 Financial Avenue
Shoetown, ME 00002
DATE
Mr. Larry Lancaster, Chairman
Apollo Shoes, Inc.
100 Shoe Plaza
Shoetown, ME
Dear Mr. Lancaster:
This will confirm our understanding of the arrangements for
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Anthony Tanbakuchi , Spring 2007
Instructions:
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Math 141 Fall 2012 Exam 1 Solutions
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Approximate grade breakdown (if I curved this exam):
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Equity Investment
For the Year Ended December 31, 2014
*Total income for the Shockproof is $3,130,610.03 and Apollo would recognize 35% of that as
an increase in the Investment account ($1,095,713.51). Also, Apollo increased its Investment
account by
Audit Plan for Prepaid & Other Assets
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Acadiana Insurance Agency
2132 Highland Road, Suite 225
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Phone: 225-555-1212
January 23, 2015
Anderson, Olds and Watershed
Certified Public Accountants
Shoetown, ME
This is to confirm that during 2014, Apollo Shoes, Inc. had the
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Apollo Shoes, Inc.
Other Assets Lead Schedule
For Year Ended 12/31/2014
Prepared by
Reviewed by
PBC
Acct #
19000
Date
(Audited)
Cost
12/31/2013
Description
Additions
Deletions
Unaudited
Balance
12/31/2014
Equity Investments
6/24/2012 Shock Proof
Socks
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Prepaid Insurance Adjustments
For the Year Ended December 31, 2014
*The additional insurance expense needs to be recognized in the amount of $897,004.99 as
calculated above. The adjusted journal entry that needs to be posted is described below:
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Apollo Shoes, Inc.
Prepaid Expenses Lead Schedule
For Year Ended 12/31/2014
Prepared by
Reviewed by
PBC
Acct #
14100
Account Title
Prepaid
Insurance
(Audited)
Balance
12/31/2013
$743,314.38
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14200 Prepaid Rent
$200,000.00
Additions
$2,717,006.32
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Prepaid Rent
For the Year Ended December 31, 2014
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rent through June 2014. Thus, the rental expense for this year is $1,200,000 ($200,000 X 6
months). The remai
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Instructions: Calculators permitted on this section only!
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Math 215 Fall 2007 Exam 1 Solutions
Low: 51 Average: 88 High: 100
Approximate grade breakdown (if I curved this exam):
90 100
A
80 90
B
0 80
C or below
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