Question: Match the accounting terminology to the definitions. 3. Time period concept 4. Revenue recognition principle 5. Matching principle a. Requires companies to record revenue when it satisfies each performance obligation. b. Assumes that a business’s activities can be sliced into small time segments and that financial statements can be prepared for specific periods. c. Guides accounting for expenses, ensures that all expenses are recorded when they are incurred during the period, and matches those expenses against the revenues of the period
The correct option is ‘b’ .
Accounting concepts refers to the general rules, assumptions and other factors that are applicable for the accounting of the entity.
As per this concept, it is assumed that activities of business can be divided into small time periods, and these small periods are used to prepare the financial statements.
Question :At the beginning of the year, Modish Advertising owed customers $2,100 for unearned revenue collected in advance. During the year, Modish received advance cash receipts of $6,100 and earned $20,000 of service revenue (exclusive of any amount earned from advance payments). At year-end, the liability for unearned revenue is $3,100 and unadjusted service revenue is $20,000. Requirements 1. Record the adjusting entry assuming that Modish records the cash receipt of unearned revenue by initially crediting a liability account. Post the adjusting entry to the Unearned Revenue and Service Revenue T-accounts. Make sure to include the beginning balance and additional unearned revenue in the Unearned Revenue T-account. 2. Record the adjusting entry assuming that Modish records the cash receipt of unearned revenue by initially crediting a revenue account. Post the adjusting entry to the Unearned Revenue and Service Revenue T-accounts. Make sure to include the beginning balance in the Unearned Revenue T-account and the additional unearned revenue in the Service Revenue T-account. 3. Compare the ending balances of the T-accounts under both approaches. Are they the same?
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
Resort Travel borrowed $33,000 on September 1, 2018, by signing a one-year note payable to State One Bank. Resort’s interest expense on the note payable for the remainder of the fiscal year (September through November) is $355. Requirements 1. Record the adjusting entry to accrue interest expense at November 30, 2018. 2. Post the adjusting entry to the T-accounts of the two accounts affected by the adjustment.
On September 1, Big Fan of Toledo prepaid six months of rent, $3,300. Requirements 1. Record the journal entry for the September 1 payment. 2. Record the adjusting entry required at September 30. 3. Using T-accounts, post the journal entry and adjusting entry to the accounts involved and show their balances at September 30. (Ignore the Cash account.)
Question :Consider the following situations for Betterton Welding Services: a. Depreciation for the current year includes equipment, $2,100. b. Each Monday, Betterton pays employees for the previous week’s work. The amount of weekly payroll is $1,400 for a seven-day workweek (Monday to Sunday). This year, December 31 falls on Thursday. Learning Objective 3 Learning Objective 3 Learning Objective 3 Learning Objective 3 Beginning Prepaid Rent Payments for Prepaid Rent during the year Total amount to account for Subtract: Ending Prepaid Rent Rent Expense Situation A B C D $1,400 700 2,100 800 $ a $1,000 1,600 700 $900 b $ 200 1,800 $1,900 c d $ 700 600 $1,000 f e CHAPTER 3 164 chapter 3 c. The beginning balance of Office Supplies was $2,300. During the year, Betterton purchased office supplies for $3,000, and at December 31 the office supplies on hand totaled $1,000. d. Betterton prepaid a two full years’ insurance on July 1 of the current year, $6,000. Record insurance expense for the year ended December 31. e. Betterton had earned $2,800 of unearned revenue. f. Betterton had incurred (but not recorded) $200 of interest expense on a note payable. The interest will not be paid until February 28. g. Betterton billed customers $3,000 for welding services performed. Journalize the adjusting entry needed on December 31 for each situation. Use the letters to label the journal entries
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