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Question: P7-10

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Intermediate Accounting (Kieso)
Found in: Page 374

Short Answer

(Assigned Accounts Receivable—Journal Entries) Salen Company finances some of its current operations by assigning accounts receivable to a finance company. On July 1, 2017, it assigned, under guarantee, specific accounts amounting to $150,000. The finance company advanced to Salen 80% of the accounts assigned (20% of the total to be withheld until the finance company has made its full recovery), less a finance charge of ½% of the total accounts assigned.

On July 31, Salen Company received a statement that the finance company had collected $80,000 of these accounts and had made an additional charge of ½% of the total accounts outstanding as of July 31. This charge is to be deducted at the time of the first remittance due Salen Company from the finance company. (Hint: Make entries at this time.) On August 31, 2017, Salen Company received a second statement from the finance company, together with a check for the amount due. The statement indicated that the finance company had collected an additional $50,000 and had made a further charge of ½% of the balance outstanding as of August 31.

Instructions

Make all entries on the books of Salen Company that are involved in the transactions above.

Debit and credit side of journal total $250,350.

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Definition of Financing Receivables

The process under which a business entity sells its accounts receivables to a financing company to generate cash against some specified charges is known as financing receivables.

Journal Entries

Date

Accounts and Explanation

Debit $

Credit $

1 July 2017

Cash

$119,250

Interest expenses

$750

Note payable

$120,000

31 July 2017

Note payable

$80,000

Accounts receivable

$80,000

31 July 2017

Interest expenses

$350

Interest payable

$350

31 August 2017

Cash (Balancing figure)

$9,550

Note payable

$40,000

Interest expenses

$100

Interest payable

$350

Accounts receivable

$50,000

$250,350

$250,350

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The controller for Clint Eastwood Co. is attempting to determine the amount of cash to be reported on its December 31, 2017, balance sheet. The following information is provided.

1. Commercial savings account of $600,000 and a commercial checking account balance of $900,000 are held at First National Bank of Yojimbo.

2. Money market fund account held at Volonte Co. (a mutual fund organization) permits Eastwood to write checks on this balance, $5,000,000.

3. Travel advances of $180,000 for executive travel for the first quarter of next year (employee to reimburse through salary reduction).

4. A separate cash fund in the amount of $1,500,000 is restricted for the retirement of long-term debt.

5. Petty cash fund of $1,000.

6. An I.O.U. from Marianne Koch, a company customer, in the amount of $190,000.

7. A bank overdraft of $110,000 has occurred at one of the banks the company uses to deposit its cash receipts. At the present time, the company has no deposits at this bank.

8. The company has two certificates of deposit, each totaling $500,000. These CDs have a maturity of 120 days.

9. Eastwood has received a check that is dated January 12, 2018, in the amount of $125,000.

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12. Currency and coin on hand amounted to $7,700.

Instructions

(a) Compute the amount of cash to be reported on Eastwood Co.’s balance sheet at December 31, 2017.

(b) Indicate the proper reporting for items that are not reported as cash on the December 31, 2017, balance sheet.

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