Events Affecting the Year 1 Accounting Period
- Acquired $67,000 cash from the
issue of common stock.
- Purchased $2,600 of supplies on account.
- Purchased land that cost $32,000 cash.
- Paid $2,600 cash to settle accounts payable created in Event 2.
- Recognized revenue on account of $56,000.
- Paid $28,000 cash for other operating expenses.
- Collected $45,000 cash from accounts receivable.
Information for Year 1 Adjusting Entries
- Recognized accrued salaries of $3,900 on December 31, Year 1.
- Had $900 of supplies on hand at the end of the accounting period.
Events Affecting the Year 2 Accounting Period
- Acquired $27,000 cash from the issue of common stock.
- Paid $3,900 cash to settle the salaries payable obligation.
- Paid $5,700 cash in advance to lease office space.
- Sold the land that cost $32,000 for $32,000 cash.
- Received $6,900 cash in advance for services to be performed in the future.
- Purchased $1,700 of supplies on account during the year.
- Provided services on account of $39,000.
- Collected $40,000 cash from accounts receivable.
- Paid a cash dividend of $6,000 to the stockholders.
- Paid other operating expenses of $26,500.
Information for Year 2 Adjusting Entries
- The advance payment for rental of the office space (see Event 3) was made on March 1 for a one-year term.
- The cash advance for services to be provided in the future was collected on October 1 (see Event 5). The one-year contract started on October 1.
- Had $1,000 of supplies remaining on hand at the end of the period.
- Recognized accrued salaries of $4,600 at the end of the accounting period.
a. Identify each event affecting the Year 1 and Year 2 accounting periods as asset source (AS), asset use (AU), asset exchange (AE), or claims exchange (CE). Record the effects of each event under the appropriate general ledger account headings of the accounting equation.
b. Prepare an income statement, statement of changes in stockholders' equity, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows for Year 1 and Year 2.
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