Question :The following data at July 31, 2018, are given for RCO: a. Depreciation, $600. b. Prepaid rent expires, $200. c. Interest expense accrued, $700. d. Employee salaries owed for Monday through Thursday of a five-day workweek; weekly payroll, $8,000. Unearned revenue earned, $1,000. f. Office supplies used, $150. Requirements 1. Journalize the adjusting entries needed on July 31, 2018. 2. Suppose the adjustments made in Requirement 1 were not made. Compute the overall overstatement or understatement of net income as a result of the omission of these adjustments
Adjusting entries are as follows:
Accounts and Explanation
To record depreciation on equipment
To record insurance expense
To record accrued salaries expense
To record accrued salaries expense
To record service revenue earned
To record office supplies used
Adjustries entries are used to record the accrued revenues and expenses at the end of the period.
Salaries expense is calculated as follows:
Question : The unadjusted trial balance for All Mopped Up Company, a cleaning service, is as follows:ALL MOPPED UP COMPANY Unadjusted Trial Balance December 31, 2018 Account Title Prepaid Insurance Cash Debit Credit Office Supplies Equipment Accumulated Depreciation—Equipment Accounts Payable Salaries Payable Unearned Revenue Common Stock Dividends Service Revenue Salaries Expense Supplies Expense Depreciation Expense—Equipment Insurance Expense Total Balance $ 800 $ 45,400 $ 45,400 $ 2,000 15,300 25,000 2,000 600 30,000 2,400 700 5,000 7,000 A, During the 12 months ended December 31, 2018, All Mopped Up: a. used office supplies of $1,700. b. used prepaid insurance of $580. c. depreciated equipment, $500. d. accrued salaries expense of $310 that hasn’t been paid yet. e. earned $400 of unearned revenue. Requirements 1. Open a T-account for each account using the unadjusted balances. 2. Journalize the adjusting entries using the letter and December 31 date in the date column. 3. Post the adjustments to the T-accounts, entering each adjustment by letter. Show each account’s adjusted balance.
Question :Griffin Fishing Charters has collected the following data for the December 31 adjusting entries: a. The company received its electric bill on December 31 for $375 but will not pay it until January 5. (Use the Utilities Payable account.) b. Griffin purchased a three-month boat insurance policy on November 1 for $1,200. Griffin recorded a debit to Prepaid Insurance. c. As of December 31, Griffin had earned $3,000 of charter revenue that has not been recorded or received. d. Griffin’s fishing boat was purchased on January 1 at a cost of $33,500. Griffin expects to use the boat for 10 years and that it will have a residual value of $3,500. Determine annual depreciation assuming the straight-line depreciation method is used. e. On October 1, Griffin received $9,000 prepayment for a deep-sea fishing charter to take place in December. As of December 31, Griffin has completed the charter. Requirements 1. Journalize the adjusting entries needed on December 31 for Griffin Fishing Charters. Assume Griffin records adjusting entries only at the end of the year. 2. If Griffin had not recorded the adjusting entries, indicate which specific category of accounts on the financial statements would be misstated and if the misstatement is overstated or understated. Use the following table as a guide
Identify the impact on the income statement and balance sheet if adjusting entries for the following situations were not recorded. a. Office Supplies used, $800. b. Accrued service revenue, $4,000. c. Depreciation on building, $3,500. d. Prepaid Insurance expired, $650. e. Accrued salaries expense, $2,750. f. Service revenue that was collected in advance has now been earned, $130
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