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Fundamental Accounting Principals, 18th Edition
Wild, Larson, Chiappetta, McGraw-Hill Irwin
Problem 10-3A:  Computing and revising depreciation; revenue and capital expenditures.
Champion Contractors completed the following transactions and events involving the purchase and operation of equipment in its business.
2007
Jan.  1   Paid $287,600 cash plus $11,500 in sales tax and $1,500 in transportation (FOB
             shipping point) for a new loader.  The loader is estimated to have a four-year life
             and a $20,600 salvage value.  Loader cost are recorded in the Equipment account.
Jan.  3   Paid $4,800 to enclose the cab and install air conditioning in the loader to enable
             operations under harsher conditions.  This increased the estimated salvage value
             of the loader by another $1,400.
Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the loader.
2008
Jan.  1  Paid $5,400 to overhaul the loader's engine, which increased the loader's
            estimated useful life by two years.
Feb. 17 Paid $820 to repair the loader after the operator backs it into a tree.
Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the loader.  
Required:  Prepare journal entries to record these transactions and events.

Fundamental Accounting Principals, 18th Edition
Wild, Larson, Chiappetta, McGraw-Hill Irwin
Problem 10-3A: Computing and revising depreciation; revenue and capital
expenditures.
Champion Contractors completed the following transactions and events
involving the purchase and operation of equipment in its business.
2007
Jan. 1 Paid $287,600 cash plus $11,500 in sales tax and $1,500 in
transportation (FOB
shipping point) for a new loader. The loader is estimated
to have a four-year life
and a $20,600 salvage value. Loader cost are recorded in
the Equipment account.
Jan. 3 Paid $4,800 to enclose the cab and install air conditioning in
the loader to enable
operations under harsher conditions. This increased the
estimated salvage value
of the loader by another $1,400.
Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the loader.
2008
Jan. 1 Paid $5,400 to overhaul the loader’s engine, which increased
the loader’s
estimated useful life by two years.
Feb. 17 Paid $820 to repair the loader after the operator backs it into
a tree.
Dec. 31 Recorded annual straight-line depreciation on the loader.
Required: Prepare journal entries to record these transactions and
events.

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