Practice Exam Chapters 1-8
During the course of your examination of the financial statements of the Haley Sporting Goods Corporation for the year ended December 31, 2013, you discover the following: a. Net income reported in the 2013 income statement is $42,000 before reflecting any
of the following items.
b. On November 1, 2013, $6,000 was paid for rent on the company's office building.
The payment covered the three-month period ending January 31, 2014. The entire
amount was debited to rent expense and no adjusting entry was made for this item. c. During 2013, the company received a $5,000 cash advance from a customer for
merchandise to be manufactured and shipped in 2014. The $5,000 was credited to
sales revenue. No entry was made for the cost of the merchandise. d. Haley borrowed $30,000 from a local bank on September 1, 2013. Principal and
interest at 10% will be paid on August 31, 2014. No accrual was made for interest. e. There were no supplies listed in the balance sheet under assets. However, you
discover that supplies costing $1,200 were on hand at December 31.
Determine the proper amount of net income for 2013. Ignore income taxes.
For the year ending December 31, 2013, the Castansa Corporation had income from continuing operations before income taxes of $2,000,000 before considering the
following transactions and events. All of the items described below are before taxes and the amounts should be considered material:
1. During 2013, an earthquake caused $400,000 of damage to one of Castansa’s
factories. The earthquake loss was considered unusual and infrequent. 2. In November 2013, Castansa sold its restaurant chain that qualified as a separate
component of the entity. The company had adopted a plan to sell the chain in June of
2013. The operating income of the chain from January 1, 2013, through June of 2013
was $40,000. The operating income from June until November was $50,000 and the
loss on sale of the chain’s assets was $250,000.
3. In 2013, Castansa sold some land that it was holding as an investment for $1,300,000.
At the time of the sale, the land had a book value of $1,400,000.
4. In 2011, Castansa’s accountant omitted the annual adjustment for patent amortization
expense of $300,000. The error was not discovered until 2013.
Prepare Castansa’s 2013 income statement, beginning with income from continuing
operations before taxes. Assume an income tax rate of 30%. Ignore EPS disclosures. Use the following page for your answer.
Problem II (Answers)
Eastern Digital Corporation began 2013 with accounts receivable of $1,240,000 and a credit balance in allowance for uncollectible accounts of $36,000. During 2013, credit sales totaled $5,190,000 and cash collected from customers totaled $5,380,000. Also, actual write-offs of accounts receivable in 2013 were $33,000. At end of the year, an accounts receivable aging schedule indicated a required allowance of $32,300. No accounts receivable previously written off were collected.
1. Determine the balance in accounts receivable at the end of 2013.
2. Prepare the entry to record the write-off of accounts receivable during the year and
the year-end adjusting entry to record bad debt expense.
Problem IV – Short Exercises
1. The Simpson Construction Company uses the percentage-of-completion
method of accounting for long-term construction contracts. In 2013, Simpson
began work on a construction contract. Information on this contract at the
end of 2013 is as follows:
Cost incurred during the year $1,500,000
Estimated cost to complete 6,000,000
Gross profit recognized in 2013 250,000
What is the contract price (total revenue) on this contract?
2. Sanfillipo, Inc., had 800 units of inventory on hand at March 1, 2013,
costing $20 each. Purchases and sales of inventory during the month of
March were as follows:
Date Purchases Sales
March 8 600 units
15 400 units @ $22 each
22 400 units @ $24 each
27 400 units
Sanfillipo uses the periodic inventory system. According to a physical
count, 600 units were on hand at the end of March.
Calculate the cost of inventory at the end of March applying the LIFO
3. On December 31, 2013, the Charlie Company adopted the dollar-value LIFO
inventory method. Inventory at the end of 2013 for its only inventory pool
was $500,000 under the dollar-value LIFO method. At the end of 2014
inventory at year-end cost is $672,000 and the cost index is 1.05.
Calculate inventory at the end of 2014 using the dollar-value LIFO method.
Perasso Construction entered into a fixed-price contract with Santos Associates on April 1, 2013, to construct an office building. The total contract price for construction of the building is $5,000,000. The building was completed in 2015. Cost information for 2013 and 2014 were as follows:
Costs incurred during the year $ 400,000 $2,200,000
Estimated costs to complete 3,600,000 2,600,000
1. Compute the gross profit or loss to be recognized during 2013 and 2014 applying the
completed contract method.
2. Compute the gross profit or loss to be recognized during 2013 and 2014 applying the
3. Applying the percentage-of-completion method, how much revenue and cost of
construction would the company report in the 2014 income statement?
The Baldwin Wholesale Company began 2013 with inventory of $400,000 and ended the year with inventory of $500,000. The company’s gross profit ratio is 25%, inventory turnover ratio is 2, and receivables turnover ratio is 4. Accounts receivable at the beginning of 2013 totaled $250,000.
Determine the following for 2013:
Cost of goods sold
Accounts receivable, end of year
The following are the typical classifications used in a balance sheet:
a. Current assets f. Current liabilities
b. Investments and funds g. Long-term liabilities
c. Property, plant, and equipment h. Paid-in-capital
d. Intangible assets i. Retained earnings
e. Other assets j. Not reported in the balance sheet
For each of the following balance sheet items, use the letters above to indicate the appropriate classification category. If the item is a contra account (valuation account),
place a minus sign before the chosen letter.
1. Cost of goods sold 6. Inventories
2. Accrued interest payable 7. Copyright
3. Allowance for uncollectible accounts 8. Land, in use
4. Rent revenue collected in advance 9. Common stock
5. Note payable, due in 6 months 10. Salaries payable