Intermediate Accounting 7e Practice Exam Chapters 9-12

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Intermediate Accounting 7e Practice Exam Chapters 9-12

    Practice Exam Chapters 9-12

    Problem I

    The Scott-Dennis Company uses the dollar-value LIFO retail inventory method. The following information is available for 2013:


    Beginning inventory$138,860$262,000

    Net Purchases239,000413,020

    Normal shortage5,000

    Net markups12,000

    Net markdowns4,000

    Net sales 390,000


    Compute estimated ending inventory and cost of goods sold for 2013. Assume that the

    company adopted the method at the beginning of 2013 and that the retail price index at the end

    of 2013 is 1.04.

Problem II

    On January 1, 2013, the Seikely-Anderson Company signed a contract with Jones Construction to build a new building for a total contract price of $1,200,000. The building will take one year to build and the following progress payments have been approved by both parties:

    Start of contract$ 200,000

    March 31, 2013250,000

    June 30, 2013250,000

    September 30, 2013250,000

    December 31, 2013 250,000

     Total payments$1,200,000

    On January 1, 2013, Seikely-Anderson borrowed $500,000 at 12% specifically for the project. The note was due in 18 months. The company had no other short-term debt but there were two long-term notes payable outstanding for the entire year: $1,500,000 note with an interest rate of 10% and a $2,500,000 note with an interest rate of 6%.


    Calculate the amount of interest Seikely-Anderson should capitalize in 2013 assuming that the

    specific interest method is used.

Problem III

    The Grant-Horace Company purchased a new machine on April 1, 2013, for $48,000. The machine is expected to have a life of five years and a residual value of $3,000. The company's fiscal year ends on December 31.


    1.Determine the appropriate amount of depreciation for 2013 and 2014 applying each of the

    following methods:

    YearStraight-line SYD DDB




Problem IV

    On January 3, 2013, Hardaway Industries paid $48 million for 6 million shares of Penny House, Inc. common. The investment represents a 30% interest in the net assets of Penny House and gave Hardaway the ability to exercise significant influence over Penny House's operating and financial policies. Hardaway received dividends of $1.00 per share on December 15, 2013 and Penny House reported net income of $40 million for the year ended December 31, 2013. The market value of Penny House's common stock at December 31, 2013 was $9 per share.


    Prepare the journal entries required by Hardaway for 2013, assuming that:

    a.The book value of Penny House's net assets was $90 million.

    b.The fair value of Penny House's depreciable assets, with an average remaining useful life of six

    years, exceeded their book value by $20 million.

    c.The remainder of the excess of the cost of the investment over the book value of net assets

    purchased was attributable to goodwill.

    Hardaway purchases the Penny House shares.

    ($ in millions)

    Penny House reports net income.

    Penny House pays cash dividends.




Increase in fair value of shares:


    Enter the letter corresponding to the response that best completes each of the following statements or questions.

     1.The following information pertains to one item of inventory of the Simon Company:

    Per unit


    Replacement cost150

    Selling price195

    Disposal costs5

    Normal profit margin30

    Applying the lower-of-cost-or-market rule, this item should be valued at:





     2.The records of California Marine Products, Inc., revealed the following information

    related to inventory destroyed in an earthquake:

    Inventory, beginning of period$300,000

    Purchases to date of earthquake160,000

    Net sales to date of earthquake450,000

    Gross profit ratio 30%

    The estimated amount of inventory destroyed by the earthquake is:




    d.None of the above.

     3.The difference in the calculation of the cost-to-retail percentage applying the

    conventional retail method and the average cost method is that the average cost method:

    a.Excludes beginning inventory.

    b.Excludes markdowns.

    c.Includes markups.

    d.Includes markdowns.

     4.The following expenditures relate to machinery purchased by Callabasas Manufacturing:

    Purchase price$16,000

    Transportation costs800



    Repair of part broken during shipment300

    At what amount should Callabasas capitalize the machinery?a.$17,300




     5.Wolf Computer exchanged a machine with a book value of $40,000 and a fair value of $45,000 for a patent. In addition to the machine, $6,000 in cash was given. Wolf should


    a.A gain of $11,000.

    b.A loss of $1,000.

    c.A gain of $5,000.

    d.No gain or loss.

     6.Micro Tech, Inc. made the following cash expenditures during 2013 related to the development of a new technology which was patented at the end of the year:

    Materials and supplies used$ 38,000

    R&D salaries120,000

    Patent filing fees3,000

    Payments to external consultants 50,000

    Purchase of R&D equipment140,000

    The equipment purchased has no future use beyond the current project. $10,000 of the materials and supplies used and $32,000 in salaries relate to the construction of prototypes. In its 2013 financial statements Micro Tech should report research and development expenses of:





     7.Felix Mining acquired a copper mine at a total cost of $3,000,000. The mine is expected to produce 6,000,000 tons of copper over its five-year useful life. During the first year of operations, 750,000 tons of copper was extracted. Depletion for the first year should be:




    d.None of the above.

     8.Which of the following types of subsequent expenditures is not normally capitalized?



    c.Repairs and maintenance.


     9.The Cromwell Company sold equipment for $35,000. The equipment, which originally cost $100,000 and had an estimated useful life of 10 years and no salvage value, was depreciated for five years using the straight-line method. Cromwell should report the following on its income statement in the year of sale:

    a.A $15,000 loss.

    b.A $15,000 gain.

    c.A $35,000 gain.

    d.None of the above.

     10.On January 1, 2013, Normal Plastics bought 15% of Model, Inc.'s common stock for $900,000. Model's net income for the years ended December 31, 2013, and December 31, 2012, were $600,000 and $1,500,000, respectively. During 2014, Model declared a dividend of $420,000. No dividends were declared in 2013. Assuming that the investment is considered a security available for sale, how much should Normal show in its 2014 income statement from this investment?





     11.Unrecognized holding gains and losses for securities to be held to maturity are:a.Reported as a separate component of the shareholders' equity section of the balance


    b.Included in the determination of income from operations in the period of the change.c.Reported as extraordinary items.

    d.Not reported in the income statement nor the balance sheet.

     12.On January 12, Henderson Corporation purchased 4 million shares of Honeycutt Corporation common stock for $73 million. At the end of the same year, the fair value of the securities is $81 million. The shares are considered securities available for sale. Henderson Corporation should report:

    a.A gain of $8 million on the income statement.

    b.An increase in shareholders' equity of $8 million.

    c.An investment of $73 million.

    d.None of the above.

     13.Level Company owns bonds of Leader Company classified as held to maturity. During 2013, the fair value of those bonds increased by $4 million. Interest of $3 million was received. What effect did the investment have on Level’s 2013 financial statements?a.Total assets increased by $7 million.

    b.Total assets increased by $3 million.

    c.Net income increased by $7 million.

    d.Shareholders’ equity increased by $4 million.

     14.If the investment described in the previous question had been classified as available for sale, what effect would the investment have on Level’s 2013 financial statements?a.Total assets increased by $7 million.

    b.Total assets increased by $3 million.

    c.Net income increased by $7 million.

    d.Shareholders’ equity increased by $1 million.

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