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1. You have recently been hired by ABC, Inc. to review its financial statements prepared for the years ending December 31, 2009 and 2010. Your review reveals several errors. Required: Determine the effect of each error on the 2009 financial statements, and, if not corrected, the 2010 financial statements. Use O for overstated; U for understated, and NE for not effected. If there is an effect, state the dollar amount. (DO NOT SPACE BETWEEN THE LETTER AND DOLLAR AMOUNT; DON'T USE COMMA'S. Example: IF YOUR ANSWER IS "OVERSTATED BY 1,000", ENTER YOUR ANSWER AS O1000, “UNDERSTATED BY 1,000”, ENTER YOUR ANSWER AS U1000) a. A three-year insurance policy was purchased for $7,200 on March 31, 2009 and the full amount was debited to a nominal account. No adjusting entry had ever been made. December 31: Assets 2009: Liabilities 2009: Net Income 2009: Owner's Equity 2009: Assets 2010: Liabilities 2010: Net Income 2010: Owner's Equity 2010: b. A one-year note payable of $12,000 was given by ABC to a supplier in exchange for equipment on May 1, 2009. The note has an annual interest rate of 9%. No interest was accrued on the note during 2009. All interest was recorded at maturity on May 1, 2010. December 31: Assets 2009: Liabilities 2009: Net Income 2009: Owners' Equity 2009: Assets 2010: Liabilities 2010: Net Income 2010: Owners' Equity 2010: 2. ABC Company uses cash-basis accounting for its records. During 2010, ABC collected $650,000 from its customers, made payments of $260,000 to its suppliers for inventory, and paid $182,000 for operating costs. ABC wants to prepare accrual-basis financial statements. In gathering information for the accrual-basis financial statements, ABC discovered the following: · Customers owed ABC $65,000 at the beginning of 2010 and $45,500 at the end of 2010. · ABC owed suppliers $26,000 at the beginning of 2010 and $35,100 at the end of 2010. · ABC's beginning inventory was $57,200, and its ending inventory was $54,600. · ABC had prepaid expenses of $6,500 at the beginning of 2010 and $9,000 at the end of 2010. · ABC had accrued expenses of $15,000 at the beginning of 2010 and $24,000 at the end of 2010. · Depreciation for 2010 was $66,300. Question a. Accrual-basis revenue for 2010 for ABC Company is? b. Accrual-basis COGS for 2010 for ABC Company is? c. Accrual-basis total income for 2010 for ABC Company is?
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1. You have recently been hired by ABC, Inc. to review its financial statements prepared for the years ending
December 31, 2009 and 2010. Your review reveals several errors.
Required: Determine the...

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