# Accounting

1- f a company receives \$11,100 from the stockholders to establish a corporation, the effect on the accounting equation would be: Assets decrease \$11,100 and equity decreases \$11,100. Assets increase \$11,100 and liabilities decrease \$11,100. Assets increase \$11,100 and liabilities increase \$11,100. Liabilities increase \$11,100 and equity decreases \$11,100. Assets increase \$11,100 and equity increases \$11,100. 2- If a company purchases equipment costing \$3,800 on credit, the effect on the accounting equation would be: Assets increase \$3,800 and liabilities decrease \$3,800. Equity decreases \$3,800 and liabilities increase \$3,800. Liabilities decrease \$3,800 and assets increase \$3,800. Assets increase \$3,800 and liabilities increase \$3,800. Equity increases \$3,800 and liabilities decrease \$3,800. 3- If equity is \$389,000 and liabilities are \$185,000, then assets equal: \$204,000. \$185,000. \$389,000. \$574,000. \$963,000. 4- On August 31 of the current year, the assets and liabilities of Gladstone, Inc. are as follows: Cash \$31,500; Supplies, \$730; Equipment, \$11,100; Accounts Payable, \$9,900. What is the amount of stockholders’ equity as of August 31 of the current year? \$32,700 \$33,430 \$53,230 \$11,230 \$31,970 5- If the liabilities of a business increased \$77,000 during a period of time and the Stockholders’ Equity in the business decreased \$31,000 during the same period, the assets of the business must have: Decreased \$108,000. Decreased \$46,000. Increased \$31,000. Increased \$46,000. Increased \$108,000. 6- If assets are \$375,000 and equity is \$125,000, then liabilities are: \$125,000. \$250,000. \$375,000. \$500,000. \$625,000. 7- If assets are \$405,000 and equity is \$140,000, then liabilities are: \$140,000. \$265,000. \$405,000. \$545,000. \$670,000. 8- Use the following information for Meeker Corp. to determine the amount of equity to report. Cash 78,000 Buildings 129,500 Land 215,800 Liabilities \$135,000 ________________________________________ \$558,300. \$299,300. \$423,300. \$29,300. \$288,300. 9-Determine the net income of a company for which of the following information is available for the month of July. Employee salaries expense \$196,000 Interest expense 26,000 Rent expense 36,000 Consulting revenue 464,000 \$206,000. \$242,000. \$278,000. \$464,000. \$722,000. 10- Savvy Sightseeing had beginning equity of \$89,000; revenues of \$141,000, expenses of \$82,000, and dividends to stockholders of \$10,700. Calculate the ending equity. \$137,300. \$59,000. \$148,000. \$19,300. \$30,000. 11- Richard Redden contributed \$83,000 in cash and land worth \$156,000 to open a new business, RR Consulting, Inc. Which of the following general journal entries will RR Consulting, Inc. make to record this transaction? Debit Assets \$239,000; credit Common Stock \$239,000. Debit Cash and Land, \$239,000; credit Common Stock \$239,000. Debit cash \$83,000; debit land \$156,000; credit Common Stock \$239,000. Debit Common Stock \$239,000; credit cash \$83,000; credit Land \$156,000. Debit Common Stock \$239,000; credit Assets \$239,000. 12-Able Graphics received a \$460 utility bill for the current month’s electricity. It is not due until the end of the next month which is when they intend to pay it. Which of the following general journal entries will Able Graphics make to record this transaction? Utilities Expense 460 Cash 460 Cash 460 Utilities Expense 460 Utilities Expense 460 Accounts Payable 460 Accounts Payable 460 Utilities Expense 460 Utilities Payable 460 Cash 460 13-During the month of February, Victor Services had cash receipts of \$8,000 and cash disbursements of \$9,600. The February 28 cash balance was \$2,800. What was the February 1 beginning cash balance? \$1,200. \$1,600. \$4,400. \$0. \$6,800. 14-During the month of March, Harley’s Computer Services made purchases on account totaling \$45,700. Also during the month of March, Harley was paid \$11,300 by a customer for services to be provided in the future and paid \$38,000 of cash on its accounts payable balance. If the balance in the accounts payable account at the beginning of March was \$78,400, what is the balance in accounts payable at the end of March? \$86,100. \$97,400. \$7,700. \$74,800. \$6,000 15-Smiles Entertainment had the following accounts and balances at December 31: Account Debit Credit Cash \$10,700 Accounts Receivable 2,140 Prepaid Insurance 2,680 Supplies 1,140 Accounts Payable \$5,350 Common Stock 5,320 Service Revenue 7,700 Salaries Expense 570 Utilities Expense 1,140 ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Totals \$18,370 \$18,370 ________________________________________ ________________________________________ 16-Using the information in the table, calculate the company’s reported net income for the period. \$1,240. \$4,210. \$4,850. \$11,240. \$5,990. 17-A bookkeeper has debited an account for \$5,700 and credited a liability account for \$3,100. Which of the following would be an incorrect way to complete the recording of this transaction: Credit another asset account for \$2,600. Credit another liability account for \$2,600. Credit an expense account for \$2,600. Credit the Common Stock account for \$2,600. Debit another asset account for \$2,600. 18- Ralph Pine Consulting received its telephone bill in the amount of \$530, and immediately paid it. Pine’s general journal entry to record this transaction will include a: Debit to Telephone Expenses for \$530. Credit to Accounts payable for \$530. Debit to Cash for \$530. Credit to Telephone Expenses for \$530. Debit to Accounts payable for \$530. 19-Wiley Consulting purchased \$7,700 worth of supplies and paid cash immediately. Which of the following general journal entries will Wiley Consulting make to record this transaction? Accounts Payable 7,700 Supplies 7,700 Cash 7,700 Supplies 7,700 Supplies 7,700 Cash 7,700 Supplies 7,700 Accounts Payable 7,700 Supplies Expense 7,700 Accounts Payable 7,700 20- Trimble Graphic Design receives \$1,550 from a client billed in a previous month for services provided. Which of the following general journal entries will Trimble Graphic Design make to record this transaction? Cash 1,550 Accounts Receivable 1,550 Cash 1,550 Unearned Design Revenue 1,550 Accounts Receivable 1,550 Unearned Design Revenue 1,550 Cash 1,550 Design Revenue 1,550 Accounts Receivable 1,550 Cash 1,550 21- Mary Martin, the owner of Martin Consulting, Inc., started the business by investing \$65,000 cash. Identify the general journal entry below that Martin Consulting, Inc. will make to record the transaction. Cash 65,000 Common stock 65,000 Common stock 65,000 Cash 65,000 Investments 65,000 Cash 65,000 Investments 65,000 Common stock 65,000 Cash 65,000 Increased Equity 65,000 22- A company purchased \$3,800 of merchandise on July 5 with terms 1/10, n/30. On July 7, it returned \$420 worth of merchandise. On July 8, it paid the full amount due. The amount of the cash paid on July 8 equals: \$420. \$3,342. \$3,346. \$3,380. \$3,800 23- A company has sales of \$409,200 and its gross profit is \$172,700. Its cost of goods sold equals: \$(236,500). \$409,200. \$172,700. \$236,500. \$581,900. 24- Cushman Company, Inc. had \$832,000 in net sales, \$364,000 in gross profit, and \$208,000 in operating expenses. Cost of goods sold equals: \$260,000. \$676,000. \$156,000. \$468,000. \$624,000. 25- A company purchased \$10,200 of merchandise on June 15 with terms of 3/10, n/45, and FOB shipping point. The freight charge was \$600. On June 20, it returned \$960 of that merchandise. On June 24, it paid the balance owed for the merchandise taking any discount it is entitled to. The cash paid on June 24 equals: \$9,224. \$10,460. \$10,800. \$10,560. \$9,563. 26- A company purchased \$9,700 of merchandise on June 15 with terms of 3/10, n/45. On June 20, it returned \$485 of that merchandise. On June 24, it paid the balance owed for the merchandise taking any discount it was entitled to. The cash paid on June 24 equals: \$8,939. \$9,409. \$9,700. \$9,215. \$8,987. 27-Cushman Company, Inc. had \$842,000 in sales, sales discounts of \$12,630, sales returns and allowances of \$18,945, cost of goods sold of \$399,950, and \$289,650 in operating expenses. Gross profit equals: \$810,425. \$120,825. \$410,475. \$423,105. \$429,420. 28- Prentice Company, Inc. had cash sales of \$95,450, credit sales of \$84,150, sales returns and allowances of \$2,175, and sales discounts of \$3,950. Prentice’s net sales for this period equal: \$95,450. \$173,475. \$175,650 \$177,425. \$179,600. 29- On February 3, Smart Company sold merchandise in the amount of \$4,600 to Truman Company, with credit terms of 3/10, n/30. The cost of the items sold is \$3,175. Smart uses the perpetual inventory system. Truman pays the invoice on February 8, and takes the appropriate discount. The journal entry that Smart makes on February 8 is: Cash 3,175 Accounts receivable 3,175 Cash 4,600 Accounts receivable 4,600 Cash 4,520 Sales discounts 80 Accounts receivable 4,600 Cash 3,095 Accounts receivable 3,095 Cash 4,462 Sales discounts 138 Accounts receivable 4,600 30- Garza Company had sales of \$155,000, sales discounts of \$2,325, and sales returns of \$3,720. Garza Company’s net sales equals: \$6,045. \$148,955. \$152,675. \$155,000. \$161,045. 31- A company has sales of \$403,800 and its gross profit is \$170,300. Its cost of goods sold equals: \$(233,500). \$403,800. \$170,300. \$233,500. \$574,100. 32- A company has sales of \$715,400 and cost of goods sold of \$286,400 Its gross profit equals: \$142,600. \$715,400. \$286,400. \$429,000. \$1,001,800. For a custom paper on the above topic, place your order now! What We Offer: €¢ On-time delivery guarantee €¢ PhD-level writers €¢ Automatic plagiarism check €¢ 100% money-back guarantee €¢ 100% Privacy and Confidentiality €¢ High Quality custom-written papers