Question :Consider the following situations: a. Business receives $3,200 on January 1 for 10-month service contract for the period January 1 through October 31. b. Total salaries for all employees is $3,600 per month. Employees are paid on the 1st and 15th of the month. c. Work performed but not yet billed to customers for the month is $1,600. d. The company pays interest on its $16,000, 4% note payable of $53 on the first day of each month. Assume the company records adjusting entries monthly. Journalize the adjusting entries needed as of January 31.
Adjusting entries are as follows :
Accounts and Explanation
To record service revenue earned
To record accrued salaries expense
To record service revenue earned
To record accrued interest expense
Salaries expense is calculated as follows
Question :Seacoast Magazine sells subscriptions for $36 for 18 issues. The company collects cash in advance and then mails out the magazines to subscribers each month. Apply the revenue recognition principle to determine a. when Seacoast Magazine should record revenue for this situation. b. the amount of revenue Seacoast Magazine should record for eight issues.
Protection Home provides house-sitting for people while they are away on vacation. Some of its customers pay immediately after the job is finished. Some customers ask that the business send them a bill. As of the end of the year, Protection Home has collected $900 from cash-paying customers. Protection Home’s remaining customers owe the business $1,300. How much service revenue would Protection Home have for the year under the a. cash basis? b. accrual basis?
Question :The worksheet of Best Jobs Employment Service follows but is incomplete.The following data at April 30, 2018, are given for Best Jobs Employment Service: a. Service revenue accrued, $700. b. Office supplies used, $300. c. Depreciation on equipment, $1,300. d. Salaries owed to employees, $1,400. Requirements 1. Calculate and enter the adjustment amounts directly in the Adjustments columns. Use letters a through d to label the four adjustments. 2. Calculate and enter the adjusted account balances in the Adjusted Trial Balance columns. 3. Prepare each adjusting journal entry calculated in Requirement 1. Date the entries, and include explanations
Question :A select list of transactions for Anuradha’s Goals follows:
April 1 Paid six months of rent, $4,800.
10 Received $1,200 from customer for six-month service contract that
began April 1.
15 Purchased a computer for $1,000.
18 Purchased $300 of office supplies on account.
30 Work performed but not yet billed to customer, $500.
30 Employees earned $600 in salaries that will be paid May 2
For each transaction, identify what type of adjusting entry would be needed. Select from the following four types of adjusting entries: deferred expense, deferred revenue, accrued expense, and accrued revenue.
Question: Total Pool Services earned $130,000 of service revenue during 2018. Of the $130,000 earned, the business received $105,000 in cash. The remaining amount, $25,000, was still owed by customers as of December 31. In addition, Total Pool Services incurred $85,000 of expenses during the year. As of December 31, $10,000 of the expenses still needed to be paid. In addition, Total Pool Services prepaid $5,000 cash in December 2018 for expenses incurred during the next year. 1. Determine the amount of service revenue and expenses for 2018 using a cash basis accounting system. 2. Determine the amount of service revenue and expenses for 2018 using an accrual basis accounting system.
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