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Questions:

Problem 1: Income Statement

The financial controller for Red Rider Sports Ltd was stranded in the Philippines because of a recent typhoon. Their new financial accountant had to prepare financial statements for the fiscal year ending 30 June 2014 for management.

Below is a “draft” of the income statement prepared by the financial accountant.

Red Rider Sports Ltd Income Statement

Sales

2,550,500

Expenditures and Costs Cost of Goods Sold

1,020,200

Advertising Expense

127,000

Bank Service charges

2,200

Auto & Truck Expense

6,200

Salaries & Wages Expense

850,000

Credit Card Discount Expense

49,000

Depreciation Expense

10,000

Dividends Paid

25,000

Telephone Expense

7,200

Travel Expense

5,500

Utilities Expense

16,800

Office Expense

7,800

General Liability Insurance

14,200

Purchase Discounts

40,800

Rent Expense

60,000

Repairs & Maintenance

4,800

Supplies Expense

2,400

Sales Returns

76,000                        

Sales Discounts

100,500

Total Expenses and Costs

2,425,600

Profit from Operations

124,900


The individual amounts above are correct; however, some of the amounts are not reported correctly. The income statement was not acceptable per management and they sent the draft to you for editing.

Required:

a. Prepare an appropriate income statement for the year ending 30 June 2014. Include percentages for each line item based on gross sale.

b. Compare your income statement with the draft and explain the differences to management.

c. If Red Rider Sports Ltd credit card fee is normally 2.2% credit card sales, what were the dollar amounts of their (1) cash sales and (2) their credit card sales?

Problem 2. Depreciation

Tong Manufacturing Ltd. started in Jan 2011, and has a fiscal year end of 30 June. The new CFO of Tong Manufacturing needs an updated depreciation schedule following the format show below. The information is needed in this format to compare with old depreciation software and to input your data into the new software. The format and the list of depreciable assets are on the following page.

Your calculations will also be used as supporting schedules for the year-end financial audit beginning in July of 2014 for fiscal year ending 30 June 2014.

Tong Manufacturing Ltd purchased machine Model 502 on 1 October 2012. The machine was not ready for full production until 1 January 2013.

Information that may be needed for your depreciation calculations is as follows:

Machinery 502:

 

 

 

 

 

Purchase Price

   

90,000

 

Shipping in

     

7,500

 

GST

     

9,000

 

Set up Preparation

   

2,600

 

Set up Costs

     

12,000

 

Trial run costs

   

3,500

 

Interest cost during set up

   

400

 

Residual value

   

10,000

 

Repair damage during installation

   

3,500

 

 

 

 

 

 

Estimated useful life:

8 years or

50,000

units

 

Units of production

Year: Jan-June 2013

3500

units

 

Units of production

2013-14

8500

units

 

Residual value:

$      10,000

 

 

 

 

Machinery 501:

 

 

 

 

Estimated useful life:

8 years or

 

24,000

units

Units of production

2011

 

2,000

units

 

2011-12

 

4,000

units

 

2012-13

 

3,500

units

 

2013-14

 

3,500

 

Residual value:

$       3,000

 

 

 


Required:


a. Prepare a worksheet in good form showing the capitalised cost of Machine 502 and explanations for any amounts you did not use.

b. Prepare a supporting worksheet with your calculations for each asset on the depreciation schedule to show the CFO how your calculations were prepared. Show the depreciation calculations for each asset for each fiscal year. (You must show how you calculated the reclining balance rates.)

c. Create and complete the depreciation schedule with the numbers from your supporting worksheets.

Tong Manufacturing Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Depreciation schedule for fiscal year 2013-2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Cost

 

Prior

Prior Year

Deprec.

Deprec

Current Yr

Asset Description

Date

Basis

Residual

Accum.

Book Value

Life Yrs

Method

Deprec.

     

Value

Deprec.

Carry Amt

or unit

 

Expense

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building

1 Jan 2011

550,000

100,000

???

???

20

SL

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Land

1 Jan 2011

190,000

???

???

???

???

???

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 desks

1 Jan 2011

7,500

-

???

???

20

SL

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 computers/monitors

1 Jan 2011

6,000

900

???

???

6

RB

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 computer server

 

1 Jul 2011

 

2,500

 

375

 

???

 

???

 

6

 

RB

 

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Server Cabinet

1 Jul 2011

1,500

-

???

???

10

SL

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Machinery 501

1 Jan 2011

45,000

3,000

???

???

24,000

UOP

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 desks

1 Jul 2012

4,800

-

???

???

20

SL

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 chairs

1 Jul 2012

1,250

-

???

???

10

SL

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 computers

1 Jul 2012

3,600

540

???

???

6

RB

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reception Desk

1 Jul 2012

4,500

-

???

???

10

SL

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012 Nissan delivery Van

1 Jul 2012

46,750

5,000

???

???

6

RL

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Machinery 502

???

???

10,000

???

???

???

UOP

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Totals

 

 

863,400

 

119,815

 

???

 

???

 

 

 

???

 

SL = straight line; RB = reducing balance; UOP = units of production

 

 

 

 

 


Problem 3. Loan Amortisation

WXYZ Ltd has purchased a 2014 Nissan delivery truck. The accounting department needs to record the monthly principal payments and interest expense. The fiscal year end for WXYZ Ltd is 30 June.

Information from the dealer’s sales ticket:

Base Price:

   

65,000

Rear Tow bar:

 

400

Heavy Duty Front bumper:

 

1,500

Company Name printed on the side

 

600

Navigation System & Stereo

 

935

Alarm System

 

235

GST

   

6,867

Total

 

 

75,537

 

 

 

 

 

Months

60

 

 

Interest rate:

5%

annually

 

Interest calc:

monthly

 

 

Monthly Payment

???

 

 

Purchase date:

1 September 2014

 

First Payment due:

1 October 2014

 

Final Payment:

1 September 2019

 

Fiscal year end:

30 June

 

 

Down Paymen

$         10,000

 
 

Amount Financed

???

 


Required:


a. Calculate the amount needs to be capitalised?

b. Calculate the amount that needs to be financed?

c. Prepare the journal entry to record the purchase of the truck.
 
d. Create an amortisation schedule that shows each monthly payment. Include the principal and the interest portions of each payment and the ending balance of the loan after each payment. Also, include the amount of principal, interest, total payments for each fiscal year.

e. Create the monthly depreciation entry using reducing-balance method so your staff can record depreciation expense each month. Expected residual value of the truck is $7,000 and has an expected useful life is 8 years. Show your complete calculation and round to the nearest whole dollar.

 

Answers:

Problem 1.

Part a

Red Rider Sports Limited

Income Statement for the Year Ended 30 June, 2014

Particulars

Amount

Percentage

 

 

 

Gross Sales

$25,50,500

100.00%

Sales Returns

-$76,000

-2.98%

 

 

 

 

$24,74,500

97.02%

 

 

 

Cost of Goods Sold:

 

 

Cost of Goods Sold

$10,20,200

40.00%

Purchase Discounts

-$40,800

-1.60%

Salary & Wages Expense

$8,50,000

33.33%

Utilities Expense

$16,800

0.66%

 

$18,46,200

72.39%

 

 

 

Gross Profit

$6,28,300

24.63%

 

 

 

General & Admin Expenses:

 

 

Rent

$60,000

2.35%

Auto & Truck Expense

$6,200

0.24%

Telephone Expense

$7,200

0.28%

Travel Expense

$5,500

0.22%

Office Expense

$7,800

0.31%

General Liability Insurance

$14,200

0.56%

Repair & Maintenance

$4,800

0.19%

Supplies Expense

$2,400

0.09%

Depreciation

$10,000

0.39%

 

$1,18,100

4.63%

 

 

 

Selling & Distribution Expenses:

 

 

Advertising

$1,27,000

4.98%

Sales Discounts

$1,00,500

3.94%

 

$2,27,500

8.92%

 

 

 

Finance expenses:

 

 

Bank Service Charges

$2,200

0.09%

Credit Card Discount

$49,000

1.92%

 

$51,200

2.01%

 

 

 

Total Expenses

$3,96,800

15.56%

 

 

 

Net Profit

$2,31,500

9.08%

 

 

 

Dividend Paid

$25,000

0.98%

 

 

 

Retained Earnings

$2,06,500

8%

 

 

Part b

The net profit as per draft income statement is $124,900 whereas it is $231,500 as per correct income statement. The Junior Accountant has treated purchase returns and Dividend as expenses. Purchase return is required to be deducted from cost of goods sold and dividend is appropriation of income and not expense. Therefore, these items cannot be treated as expense. Moreover, the junior accountant has not classified expenses according to function. It is necessary for better understanding of the financial results of the company.

Part C

Credit Card Discount is

$49,000

Credit Card Fees

2.20%

Credit Card Sales (i)

$22,27,273

Total Sales

$24,74,500

Cash Sales (ii)

$2,47,227


Problem 2

Part a

Tong Manufacturing Ltd

Calculation of Capitalized Cost of Machine 502

Particulars

Amount

Remarks

 

 

 

Purchase Price

$90,000

Basic Purchase Price

Shipping

$7,500

Cost of Asset to bring its intended use

GST

$9,000

Part of Purchase Price

Setup Preparation

$2,600

Cost of Asset to bring its intended use

Setup Costs

$12,000

Cost of Asset to bring its intended use

Trial Run cost

$3,500

Cost of Asset to bring its intended use

Interest cost

$400

Cost of Asset to bring its intended use

Repairing

$0

not related to capitalization

Capitalized Cost

$1,25,000

 

 

 


Part B

Depreciation schedule for fiscal year 2010-2011

Asset Description

Date

Cost Basis

Residual Value

Prior Accum. Depreciation

Prior BookValue Carry Amount

Depreciable LifeYrs or Units

Depreciation Method

Current Year Depreciation Expense

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building

01-Jan-11

$5,50,000

$1,00,000

$0

$0

20

SL

$11,250.00

Land

01-Jan-11

$1,90,000

$0

$0

$0

0

0

$0.00

5desks

01-Jan-11

$7,500

-

$0

$0

20

SL

$187.50

5 computers/ monitors

01-Jan-11

$6,000

$900

$0

$0

6

RB

$813.00

Machinery 501

01-Jan-11

$45,000

$3,000

$0

$0

24,000

UOP

$3,500

Totals

 

$7,98,500

$1,03,900

$0

$0

 

 

$15,751

 

Depreciation schedule for fiscal year 2011-2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asset Description

Date

Cost Basis

Residual Value

Prior Accum. Depreciation

Prior BookValue Carry Amount

Depreciable LifeYrs or Units

Depreciation Method

Current Year Depreciation Expense

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building

01-Jan-11

$5,50,000

$1,00,000

$11,250

$5,38,750

20

SL

$22,500.00

Land

01-Jan-11

$1,90,000

$0

$0

$1,90,000

0

0

$0.00

5desks

01-Jan-11

$7,500

$0

$188

$7,313

20

SL

$375.00

5computers/ monitors

01-Jan-11

$6,000

$900

$813

$5,187

6

RB

$1,405.68

1computerserver

01-Jul-11

$2,500

$375

$0

$2,500

6

RB

$677.50

Server Cabinet

01-Jul-11

$1,500

$0

$0

$1,500

10

SL

$150.00

Machinery 501

01-Jan-11

$45,000

$3,000

$3,500

$41,500

24,000

UOP

$7,000

Totals

 

$8,02,500

$1,04,275

$15,751

$7,86,750

 

 

$32,108

 

Depreciation schedule for fiscal year 2012-2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asset Description

Date

Cost Basis

Residual Value

Prior Accum. Depreciation

Prior BookValue Carry Amount

Depreciable LifeYrs or Units

Depreciation Method

Current Year Depreciation Expense

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building

01-Jan-11

$5,50,000

$1,00,000

$33,750

$5,16,250

20

SL

$22,500.00

Land

01-Jan-11

$1,90,000

$0

$0

$1,90,000

0

0

$0.00

5desks

01-Jan-11

$7,500

$0

$563

$6,938

20

SL

$375.00

5computers/monitors

01-Jan-11

$6,000

$900

$2,219

$3,781

6

RB

$1,024.74

1computerserver

01-Jul-11

$2,500

$375

$678

$1,823

6

RB

$493.90

Server Cabinet

01-Jul-11

$1,500

$0

$150

$1,350

10

SL

$150.00

Machinery501

01-Jan-11

$45,000

$3,000

$10,500

$34,500

24,000

UOP

$6,125

3desks

01-Jul-12

$4,800

$0

$0

$4,800

20

SL

$240.00

5chairs

01-Jul-12

$1,250

$0

$0

$1,250

10

SL

$125.00

3computers

01-Jul-12

$3,600

$540

$0

$3,600

6

RB

$975.60

Reception Desk

01-Jul-12

$4,500

$0

$0

$4,500

10

SL

$450.00

2012 Nissan delivery Van

01-Jul-12

$46,750

$5,000

$0

$46,750

6

RL

$14,539.25

Machinery502

01-Jan-13

$1,25,000

$10,000

$0

$1,25,000

50000

UOP

$8,050

Totals

 

$9,88,400

$1,19,815

$47,859

$9,40,541

 

 

$55,048


Part C

Depreciation schedule for fiscal year 2013-2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asset Description

Date

Cost Basis

Residual Value

Prior Accum. Depreciation

Prior BookValue Carry Amount

Depreciable LifeYrs or Units

Depreciation Method

Current Year Depreciation Expense

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building

01-Jan-11

$5,50,000

$1,00,000

$56,250

$4,93,750

20

SL

$22,500.00

Land

01-Jan-11

$1,90,000

$0

$0

$1,90,000

0

0

$0.00

5desks

01-Jan-11

$7,500

$0

$938

$6,563

20

SL

$375.00

5computers/monitors

01-Jan-11

$6,000

$900

$3,243

$2,757

6

RB

$747.03

1computerserver

01-Jul-11

$2,500

$375

$1,171

$1,329

6

RB

$360.05

Server Cabinet

01-Jul-11

$1,500

$0

$300

$1,200

10

SL

$150.00

Machinery501

01-Jan-11

$45,000

$3,000

$16,625

$28,375

24,000

UOP

$6,125

3desks

01-Jul-12

$4,800

$0

$240

$4,560

20

SL

$240.00

5chairs

01-Jul-12

$1,250

$0

$125

$1,125

10

SL

$125.00

3computers

01-Jul-12

$3,600

$540

$976

$2,624

6

RB

$711.21

Reception Desk

01-Jul-12

$4,500

$0

$450

$4,050

10

SL

$450.00

2012 Nissan delivery Van

01-Jul-12

$46,750

$5,000

$14,539

$32,211

6

RL

$10,017.54

Machinery502

01-Jan-13

$1,25,000

$10,000

$8,050

$1,16,950

50000

UOP

$19,550

Totals

 

$9,88,400

$1,19,815

$1,02,907

$8,85,493

 

 

$61,351

 

 

Problem 3

Part a

calculation of capitalization amount

     

Particulars

Amount

Remarks

 

 

 

Base Price

$65,000

Purchase Price

Rear Toolbar

$400

Accessories - Part of Truck

Heavy Duty Front Bumper

$1,500

Accessories - Part of Truck

Company Name Plate

$0

not required

Navigation System

$935

Accessories - Part of Truck

Alarm System

$235

Accessories - Part of Truck

GST

$6,867

Tax

Capitalization Amount

$74,937

 


Part b

Calculation of Finance Amount

 
   

Total Costs

$75,537

Down Payment

$10,000

Finance Amount

$65,537

 

 


Part c

Delivery Truck A/c Dr

$74,937

 

Delivery Truck Maintenance A/c Dr

$600

 

  To Accounts Payable

 

$75,537

(Being Delivery Truck Purchased)

   


Part d

Finance Amount

$65,537

Finance Months

60

Interest Per Month

0.42%

Monthly Installment

$1,237.00


Repayment Schedule

Month

Opening Balance

Interest

Instalment Amount

Principal Repayment

Closing Balance

Oct-14

$65,537

$273

$1,237

$964

$64,573

Nov-14

$64,573

$269

$1,237

$968

$63,605

Dec-14

$63,605

$265

$1,237

$972

$62,633

Jan-15

$62,633

$261

$1,237

$976

$61,657

Feb-15

$61,657

$257

$1,237

$980

$60,677

Mar-15

$60,677

$253

$1,237

$984

$59,693

Apr-15

$59,693

$249

$1,237

$988

$58,705

May-15

$58,705

$245

$1,237

$992

$57,713

Jun-15

$57,713

$240

$1,237

$997

$56,716

F.Y. 2014-15

 

$2,312

$11,133

$8,821

 

Jul-15

$56,716

$236

$1,237

$1,001

$55,715

Aug-15

$55,715

$232

$1,237

$1,005

$54,710

Sep-15

$54,710

$228

$1,237

$1,009

$53,701

Oct-15

$53,701

$224

$1,237

$1,013

$52,688

Nov-15

$52,688

$220

$1,237

$1,017

$51,671

Dec-15

$51,671

$215

$1,237

$1,022

$50,649

Jan-16

$50,649

$211

$1,237

$1,026

$49,623

Feb-16

$49,623

$207

$1,237

$1,030

$48,593

Mar-16

$48,593

$202

$1,237

$1,035

$47,558

Apr-16

$47,558

$198

$1,237

$1,039

$46,519

May-16

$46,519

$194

$1,237

$1,043

$45,476

Jun-16

$45,476

$189

$1,237

$1,048

$44,428

F.Y. 2015-16

 

$2,556

$14,844

$12,288

 

Jul-16

$44,428

$185

$1,237

$1,052

$43,376

Aug-16

$43,376

$181

$1,237

$1,056

$42,320

Sep-16

$42,320

$176

$1,237

$1,061

$41,259

Oct-16

$41,259

$172

$1,237

$1,065

$40,194

Nov-16

$40,194

$167

$1,237

$1,070

$39,124

Dec-16

$39,124

$163

$1,237

$1,074

$38,050

Jan-17

$38,050

$159

$1,237

$1,078

$36,972

Feb-17

$36,972

$154

$1,237

$1,083

$35,889

Mar-17

$35,889

$150

$1,237

$1,087

$34,802

Apr-17

$34,802

$145

$1,237

$1,092

$33,710

May-17

$33,710

$140

$1,237

$1,097

$32,613

Jun-17

$32,613

$136

$1,237

$1,101

$31,512

F.Y. 2016-17

 

$1,928

$14,844

$12,916

 

Jul-17

$31,512

$131

$1,237

$1,106

$30,406

Aug-17

$30,406

$127

$1,237

$1,110

$29,296

Sep-17

$29,296

$122

$1,237

$1,115

$28,181

Oct-17

$28,181

$117

$1,237

$1,120

$27,061

Nov-17

$27,061

$113

$1,237

$1,124

$25,937

Dec-17

$25,937

$108

$1,237

$1,129

$24,808

Jan-18

$24,808

$103

$1,237

$1,134

$23,674

Feb-18

$23,674

$99

$1,237

$1,138

$22,536

Mar-18

$22,536

$94

$1,237

$1,143

$21,393

Apr-18

$21,393

$89

$1,237

$1,148

$20,245

May-18

$20,245

$84

$1,237

$1,153

$19,092

Jun-18

$19,092

$80

$1,237

$1,157

$17,935

F.Y. 2017-18

 

$1,267

$14,844

$13,577

 

Jul-18

$17,935

$75

$1,237

$1,162

$16,773

Aug-18

$16,773

$70

$1,237

$1,167

$15,606

Sep-18

$15,606

$65

$1,237

$1,172

$14,434

Oct-18

$14,434

$60

$1,237

$1,177

$13,257

Nov-18

$13,257

$55

$1,237

$1,182

$12,075

Dec-18

$12,075

$50

$1,237

$1,187

$10,888

Jan-19

$10,888

$45

$1,237

$1,192

$9,696

Feb-19

$9,696

$40

$1,237

$1,197

$8,499

Mar-19

$8,499

$35

$1,237

$1,202

$7,297

Apr-19

$7,297

$30

$1,237

$1,207

$6,090

May-19

$6,090

$25

$1,237

$1,212

$4,878

Jun-19

$4,878

$20

$1,237

$1,217

$3,661

F.Y. 2018-19

 

$570

$14,844

$14,274

 

Jul-19

$3,661

$15

$1,237

$1,222

$2,439

Aug-19

$2,439

$10

$1,237

$1,227

$1,212

Sep-19

$1,212

$5

$1,237

$1,212

$0

F.Y. 2019-20

 

$30

$3,711

$3,661

 

Grand Total

 

$8,663

$74,220

$65,537

 

 

 

Part e

Cost of Truck

$74,937

Residue Value

$7,000

Useful Life

8

Purchase Date

01-09-2014

Year End

Jun-30

Depreciation for FY 2014-15

$15,987

Depreciation for FY 2015-16

$15,091

Depreciation for FY 2016-17

$11,228

Depreciation for FY 2017-18

$8,354

Depreciation for FY 2018-19

$6,215

Depreciation for FY 2019-20

$4,624

Depreciation for FY 2020-21

$3,440

Depreciation for FY 2021-22

$2,560

 

Year

Particulars

Debit

Credit

2014-15

Depreciation Expense

$15,987

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$15,987

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-16

Depreciation Expense

$15,091

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$15,091

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016-17

Depreciation Expense

$11,228

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$11,228

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017-18

Depreciation Expense

$8,354

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$8,354

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018-19

Depreciation Expense

$6,215

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$6,215

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019-20

Depreciation Expense

$4,624

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$4,624

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020-21

Depreciation Expense

$3,440

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$3,440

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021-22

Depreciation Expense

$2,560

 

 

  To Accumulated Depreciation

 

$2,560

 

(Being Depreciation Expense recorded)

 

 

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