Comprehensive Review Problem: Harriets Hats, Inc.
Harriets Hats is a fictional company. The following information includes the balance sheet as of
December 31, 2013, and the details of the transactions that occurred during 2014.
Background: Harriets Hats
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Farrow Co. expects to sell 150,000 units of its product inthe next period with the following results.
Sales (150,000 units)
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The Fields Company has two manufacturing departmeius, forming and painting. The company uses the
weighted-average method of process costing. At the beginning of
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Marathon Running Shop has two service departments (advertising and
administrative) and two operating departments cfw_shoes and clothing). Dtning 2315,
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A jeans maker is designing a new line of jeans called Slims- The jeans will sell for $2U5 per pair and cast $1M
per pair in variable costs to make.
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Beyer Company is considering the purchase of an asset for $180,0G. It is expected to produce the following net
cash ows. The cash ows occur eyenl throu_ rout eac
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Tempo Companys xed budget cfw_based en sales of l units) for the rst quarter of calendar year 2015
reveals the following.
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Hospitable Co. provides the following sales forecast for the next four months:
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The company wants to end
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in December 2014. Shire Cemputers management establishes the ZDIS predetermined (wed-lead rate based on
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Latter Company reported the following January purchases and sales data for its only product.
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When you are recording journal entries, you will enter each one
individually. You will see the transaction listed at the top. You will enter
the debit(s) rst followed by the credi
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a. Depreciation on the company's equipment for 2015 is computed to be 313.0(1).
b. The Prepaid Insurance account had a $3,000 debit balance at December 31, 2015. befor
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Listed below are a few transactions and events of Piper Company.
1. Piper Company records a year-end entry for $1D,D of proviously unrecorded lash sales cfw_costing
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Levine Company uses the perpetual inventory system and allows customers to use two credit cards in
charging punchases. With the Suntmst Bank Card. Levine receives a
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Bringham Company issues bonds with a par value at $B.l on their stated issue date. The bonds
mature in 1D years and pay 5% annual interest in semiannual payments
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Rodriguez Corporation issues 19.noo shares of its common stock for $152,UDD cash on Februaryr 2t].
Prepare journal entries to record this event under each of the fo
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Waupaca Company establishes a $350 petty cash fund on September 9- On September St. the fund
shows $1M in cash atong with receipts for the following expenditures: tran
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Ramirez Company installs a computerized manufacturing machine in its fectcry at the beginning of the
year at a cost of $43.5Dti. The machine's useful life is estimate