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Question:

Essentials of finance and accounting for nonfinancial managers.

Principles of managerial finance. Pearson Higher Education AU.

Financial and managerial accounting. Cengage Learning.

 

Answer:

Introduction 

Aim of the report is to concentrate on the significance of journal entries and preparation of trial balance for preparing the income statement as well as the balance sheet. This report will present journal entries with regard to the given adjusting entries and from the adjusted trial balance it will prepare the profit and loss statement and balance sheet for the concerned period. Trial balance is the preparation of account that represents balances from the entire general ledger with regard to the transactions taken place during the concerned period. Under the trial balance, total debit amount must be equal to total credit amount. Adjusting journal entries on the other hand, are used as the tool for correction of errors and these shall be completed before preparing the final financial statements for the year (Edwards 2013).

 

Journal entries for adjustment entries

In the books of Paul services journal entries for the period ended 30th June 2016

Date

Particulars

Acc No.

Debit

Credit

30th June 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Interest Expense

201

 $        12,800.00

 

 

Interest Payable

201

 

 $    12,800.00

 

(Interest accrued on mortgage)

 

 

 

 

Supplies Expense

201

 $             960.00

 

 

Supplies

115

 

 $         960.00

 

(using supplies for the period)

 

 

 

 

Insurance Expense

201

 $          2,048.00

 

 

Prepaid Insurance

120

 

 $      2,048.00

 

(To record prepaid amortisation)

 

 

 

 

Depreciation Expense - Furniture ((32000-2000)/5)

201

 $          6,000.00

 

 

Accmulated Depreciation. - Furniture

137

 

 $      6,000.00

 

(depreciation expense transferred to accumulated depreciation)

 

 

 

 

Depreciation Expense -  Office Equipment ((64000-4000)/5)

201

 $        12,000.00

 

 

Acc. Depreciation - Office Equipment

141

 

 $    12,000.00

 

(depreciation expense transferred to accumulated depreciation)

 

 

 

 

Depreciation Expense - Store Equipment ((96000-6000)/10)

201

 $          9,000.00

 

 

Acc. Depreciation - Store Equipment

146

 

 $      9,000.00

 

(depreciation expense transferred to accumulated depreciation)

 

 

 

 

Depreciation Expense - Automobile ((128000-8000)/10)

201

 $        12,000.00

 

 

Acc. Depreciation - Automobile

171

 

 $    12,000.00

 

(depreciation expense transferred to accumulated depreciation)

 

 

 

 

Unearned revenue

201

 $          8,000.00

 

 

 Revenue

201

 

 $      8,000.00

 

(Unearned revenue earned)

 

 

 

Worksheet completion

Acc No

 Account Name

 Unadjusted amount

 Adjusting entries

 Adjusted amount

 Debit

 Credit

 Debit

 Credit

 Debit

 Credit

101

 Cash at Bank

 $         27,560.00

 

 -

 -

 $         27,560.00

 

105

 Accounts Receivable

 $           9,190.00

 

 -

 -

 $           9,190.00

 

115

 Supplies

 $           1,280.00

 

 -

 $            960.00

 $              320.00

 

120

 Prepaid Insurance

 $           2,560.00

 

 -

 $         2,048.00

 $              512.00

 

135

 Office Furniture

 $         32,000.00

 

 -

 -

 $         32,000.00

 

137

 Acc. Depreciation. - Furniture

 

 $                      -   

 -

 $         6,000.00

 

 $           6,000.00

140

 Office Equipment

 $         64,000.00

 

 -

 -

 $         64,000.00

 

141

 Acc. Depreciation - Equipment

 

 $                      -   

 -

 $       12,000.00

 

 $         12,000.00

145

 Store Equipment

 $         96,000.00

 

 -

 -

 $         96,000.00

 

146

 Acc. Depreciation - Equipment

 

 $                      -   

 -

 $         9,000.00

 

 $           9,000.00

170

 Automobile

 $      1,28,000.00

 

 -

 -

 $      1,28,000.00

 

171

 Acc. Depreciation - Automobile

 

 $                      -   

 -

 $       12,000.00

 

 $         12,000.00

201

 Accounts Payable

 

 $         18,380.00

 -

 -

 

 $         18,380.00

201

 Interest Payable

 

 $         27,570.00

 -

 $       12,800.00

 

 $         40,370.00

201

 Unearned revenue

 

 $         16,000.00

 $         8,000.00

 -

 

 $           8,000.00

201

 Loan Payable

 

 $           6,400.00

 -

 -

 

 $           6,400.00

201

 Mortgage Payable

 

 $      1,28,000.00

 -

 -

 

 $      1,28,000.00

201

 Paul's Capital

 

 $         46,498.00

 -

 -

 

 $         46,498.00

201

 Paul's Drawings

 $              128.00

 

 -

 -

 $              128.00

 

201

  Revenue

 

 $      1,28,000.00

 -

 $         8,000.00

 

 $      1,36,000.00

201

 Advertising Expense

 $              600.00

 

 -

 -

 $              600.00

 

201

 Automobile Expense

 $           5,775.00

 

 -

 -

 $           5,775.00

 

201

 Depreciation Expense - Furniture

 $                      -   

 

 $         6,000.00

 -

 $           6,000.00

 

201

 Depreciation Expense - Equipment

 $                      -   

 

 $       12,000.00

 -

 $         12,000.00

 

201

 Depreciation Expense - Store Equipment

 $                      -   

 

 $         9,000.00

 -

 $           9,000.00

 

201

 Depreciation Expense - Automobile

 $                      -   

 

 $       12,000.00

 -

 $         12,000.00

 

201

 Insurance Expense

 $              500.00

 

 $         2,048.00

 -

 $           2,548.00

 

201

 Maintenance Expense

 $           2,100.00

 

 -

 -

 $           2,100.00

 

201

 Miscellaneous Expense

 $           1,155.00

 

 -

 -

 $           1,155.00

 

201

 Rent Expense

 $                      -   

 

 -

 -

 $                      -   

 

201

 Supplies Expense

 $                      -   

 

 $            960.00

 -

 $              960.00

 

201

 Utilities Expense

 $                      -   

 

 -

 -

 $                      -   

 

201

 Interest Expense

 $                      -   

 

 $       12,800.00

 -

 $         12,800.00

 

 

Total

 $   3,70,848.00

 $   3,70,848.00

 $    62,808.00

 $    62,808.00

 $   4,22,648.00

 $   4,22,648.00

 
 

Income statement prepared from adjusted worksheet

Income Statement of Paul Services for the period ended 30th June 2016

Particulars

 

Amount

Income:

 

 

 Revenue

 

 $               1,36,000.00

Less: expenses

 

 

Advertising Expense

 $      600.00

 

Automobile Expense

 $   5,775.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Furniture

 $   6,000.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Equipment

 $ 12,000.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Store Equipment

 $   9,000.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Automobile

 $ 12,000.00

 

Insurance Expense

 $   2,548.00

 

Maintenance Expense

 $   2,100.00

 

Miscellaneous Expense

 $   1,155.00

 

Rent Expense

 $              -   

 

Supplies Expense

 $      960.00

 

Utilities Expense

 $              -   

 

Interest Expense

 $ 12,800.00

 

Total expenses

 

 $                64,938.00

Net Profit

 

 $                71,062.00

Journal entries for closing entries

Date

Particulars

Account No.

 Amount (Dr.)

 Amount (Cr.)

30-Jun-16

 Revenue

201

 $   1,36,000.00

 

 

Advertising Expense

201

 

 $           600.00

 

Automobile Expense

201

 

 $        5,775.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Furniture

201

 

 $      14,000.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Equipment

201

 

 $      28,000.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Store Equipment

201

 

 $      22,000.00

 

Depreciation Expense - Automobile

201

 

 $      29,000.00

 

Insurance Expense

201

 

 $        8,036.00

 

Maintenance Expense

201

 

 $      13,650.00

 

Miscellaneous Expense

201

 

 $        1,155.00

 

Rent Expense

201

 

 $                   -   

 

Supplies Expense

201

 

 $        2,220.00

 

Utilities Expense

201

 

 $                   -   

 

Interest Expense

201

 

 $      29,600.00

 

Retained earnings

 

 

 $      71,062.00

 

[Recording the closing entries]

 

 

 

Changes in equity

Statement of Changes in Equity of Paul services For the year ended 30th June, 2016

Particulars

Capital

Retained Earnings

Total

Opening balance

 $       46,498.00

                                   -    

 $      46,498.00

Drawings

 $         (128.00)

 

 

Profit for the year

 

 $     71,062.00

 

 

 

 

 

Closing Balance

 $    46,370.00

 $     71,062.00

 $    46,498.00

Balance sheet for the period ended 30th June 2016

Balance Sheet of Paul Services as on 30th June, 2016

Particulars

Amount

Amount

Assets

 

 

Non-Current Assets

 

 

Office Furniture

 $     32,000.00

 

Less: Accumulated Depreciation. - Furniture

 $       6,000.00

 $           26,000.00

Office Equipment

 $     64,000.00

 

Less: Accumulated. Depreciation - Equipment

 $     12,000.00

 $           52,000.00

Store Equipment

 $     96,000.00

 

Less: Accumulated Depreciation - store Equipment

 $       9,000.00

 $           87,000.00

Automobile

 $  1,28,000.00

 

Less: Accumulated Depreciation - Automobile

 $     12,000.00

 $        1,16,000.00

Current Assets

 

 

Cash at Bank

 $     27,560.00

 

Accounts Receivable

 $       9,190.00

 

Supplies

 $          320.00

 

Prepaid Insurance

 $          512.00

 $           37,582.00

Total Assets

 

 $     3,18,582.00

Liabilities

 

 

Non-Current Liabilities

 

 

Loan Payable

 $       6,400.00

 

Mortgage Payable

 $  1,28,000.00

 $        1,34,400.00

Current Liabilities

 

 

Accounts Payable

 $     18,380.00

 

Interest Payable

 $     40,370.00

 

Unearned revenue

 $       8,000.00

 $           66,750.00

Total liabilities

 

 $     2,01,150.00

Equity

 

 

Paul's Capital

 $     46,498.00

 

Less: Paul's Drawings

 $        (128.00)

 

Profit for the period

 $     71,062.00

 $        1,17,432.00

Total Liabilities and Equities

 

 $     3,18,582.00

Trial balance and purpose of its creation

Trial balance is considered as the heart of business and is the summary for the business activities. It indicates the financial health of business and helps the investors to take decisions regarding investment in the company. Various entries for various accounts are prepared through ledger. Trial balance is presenting all ledger balances in single worksheet as on particular date (Fields 2016). Credit balances are reported in the credit column and the debit balances are reported in the debit column. Sum of the debit column shall be matched with the sum of credit balance. Trial balance can are prepared for checking the accuracy of ledger accounts and ensuring that all transaction taken place during the concerned period has been recorded in appropriate manner. As per the manual procedure of preparing the trial balance the accountant generally prepares the trial balance for analysing the errors exists in the accounts, if any (Henderson et al. 2015).  Main purposes of creating the trial balance are revealing –

  • Details adjustments for all transactions
  • all balances after making the required adjustments
  • Account balances of all the ledger account s before making the adjustments.

Trial balance assists in detecting the errors involved in the calculation, if any that will have impact on the final accounts of the business. Various reasons for error in the general ledger are material errors, misclassification of items or recording the entry in wrong amount (Wahlen, Baginski and Bradshaw 2014). Trial balance is created for –

  • assuring that arithmetical accuracies are there with regard to the accounts books taken place with the adjustments and recording the entries as per double entry bookkeeping
  • It is represented as the summary sheet for listing all balances related to ledger accounts. Therefore, it offers bird eye view for accounting transactions of the business
  • As the pre-requisite for preparing the financial statements as tallied trial balance helps in preparing the financial statements (Warren and Jones 2018)
  • It can also be provided to the bank while applied for any loan or borrowings to provide details regarding its credibility and capacity to take loan.
 

Adjusting journal entries and purpose of recording it

Adjusting entries are the accounting journal entries those are used to convert the accounting records of the firm on the basis of accrual basis of the accounting. Adjusting journal entries are generally made prior to the issuance of annual statements of the company (Apostolou et al. 2013). Adjusting journal entries are prepared for assigning –

  • Prepayments of expenditures to the period when actually the expenses are incurred
  • Unearned revenue received from prepayment to period under which the income earned
  • Accrues expenses to be paid in future when the expenses will actually be incurred
  • Accrued revenue those are already earned but will be received in future period (Weil, Schipper and Francis 2013)

Further, adjusting entries are used to correcting errors and are required to be completed before issuing the entity’s financial report. It includes the following events –

  • When the company has not recorded any entries for some of the expenses and revenues but the expenses and revenues have been taken place during the concern period and shall have been included in the profit and loss statement and balance sheet for the same period.
  • Entry is made by the entity under one accounting period but it shall have been required to e recorded in the period during which the revenues is actually earned or expenses actually incurred or the expenses or revenues is to be separated for 2 or more accounting period (Weygandt, Kimmel and Kieso 2015).
  • While in accordance with the entity’s policy item like fixed asset is reported as capital account but that shall have been reported as expenses under the income statement.

Purpose of preparing the adjusted trial balance 

Adjusted trial balance involves list down of all account balances and titles included in the general ledger after preparing the adjusting entries for particular accounting period those have been posted to accounts. It is considered as the internal rather than as the financial statement. Main purpose of preparing the adjusted trial balance is becoming certain that the total value of the debit balances in general ledger is equal to the total value of the credit balances in general ledger (Hoyle, Schaefer and Doupnik 2015). Reason behind preparation of adjusted trial balance is assuring that the adjusting entries have been posted correctly. This is considered as the last step before preparation of the financial reports intended for the external as well as internal users. If the balances reported under financial statements are not correct, the statements will not be accurate. For the purpose of preparing the adjusted trial balance different columns such as adjustment columns, profit and loss column and balance sheet column is added (Gitman, Juchau and Flanagan 2015). Before preparing the financial statement it shall be assured that the debit amount equal to the credit amount. This is conformed through preparation of trial balance including all the expenses, revenues, assets, liabilities and equities.  

While the accrual method is followed by the entity, revenues are reported in the books while they are earned rather than recording it when it is received. In same way, expenses are reported in the period when it is incurred rather than when the payment has been made. Hence, prior to accounting period end, adjusting entries prepared to update all the accounts (Year 2017).

Difference in closing journal entries and adjusting journal entries

Closing entries are considered as the journal entries passed at closing of the financial period for shifting the temporary account to the permanent accounts. On the other hand, adjusting journal entries are associated with the accounts for prepaid expenses, accrued revenues, unearned revenues and accrued expenses (Needles, Powers and Crosson 2013).

Closing entries are prepared on last day of financial period but are reported in accounts after the preparation of financial statements. Generally, the closing entries involve profit and loss account. The closing entries set balances of expenses accounts and revenue accounts to zero. It means the expenses account and revenue account will start with zero balance in the new accounting period which in turn will enable the entity to to report the amount of revenues as well as expenses easily in the account (Lee 2014). However, the net amount of revenues and expenses at the closing of the accounting period are reported as owner’s equity or retained earnings.

On the contrary, adjusting entries are passed at the closing of the accounting period however are made prior to the preparation of financial statements. It is passed for making the financial statements of the entity updated on accrual approach of accounting.  For example, the electricity is used by the entity each day however the bill is received after one month. Similarly, the wage expenses are incurred by the entity each day however payroll including the wages of the employees for last day of month is not entered in accounting records till the closing of the accounting period. In addition to those, adjusting entries includes the amount paid by the entity before they become the expenses (Edmonds et al. 2013). For instance, insurance premium paid by the entity for the period of 3 months have been paid before commencement of those 3 months. The expenses may be deferred by the entity through reporting it prior to start of 3 months period.

 

Conclusion 

From the above conversation it is concluded that trial balance is an important part in accounting. Using the trial balance, the entity can prepare income statement, trading account and balance sheet as the account balances are available at the single place. Further, the adjusted trial balances are used for assuring that the adjusting entries have been posted correctly. It is the last step before preparation of the financial reports intended for the external as well as internal users. Main purpose behind preparation of adjusted trial balance is becoming certain that the total value of the debit balances in general ledger is equal to the total value of the credit balances in general ledger. Adjusting entries as well as closing entries both are prepared on last day of financial period however closing entries are reported in accounts after the preparing annual statements and adjusting entries are passed prior to the preparation of financial statements.

 

Reference

Apostolou, B., Dorminey, J.W., Hassell, J.M. and Watson, S.F., 2013. Accounting education literature review (2010–2012). Journal of Accounting Education, 31(2), pp.107-161.

Edmonds, T.P., McNair, F.M., Olds, P.R. and Milam, E.E., 2013. Fundamental financial accounting concepts. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Irwin.

Edwards, J.R., 2013. A history of financial accounting (RLE Accounting) (Vol. 29). Routledge.

Fields, E., 2016. The essentials of finance and accounting for nonfinancial managers. Amacom.

Gitman, L.J., Juchau, R. and Flanagan, J., 2015. Principles of managerial finance. Pearson Higher Education AU.

Henderson, S., Peirson, G., Herbohn, K. and Howieson, B., 2015. Issues in financial accounting. Pearson Higher Education AU. 

Hoyle, J.B., Schaefer, T. and Doupnik, T., 2015. Advanced accounting. McGraw Hill.

Lee, T.A., 2014. Evolution of Corporate Financial Reporting (RLE Accounting). Routledge.

Needles, B.E., Powers, M. and Crosson, S.V., 2013. Financial and managerial accounting. Cengage Learning.

Wahlen, J., Baginski, S. and Bradshaw, M., 2014. Financial reporting, financial statement analysis and valuation. Nelson Education.

Warren, C.S. and Jones, J., 2018. Corporate financial accounting. Cengage Learning.

Weil, R.L., Schipper, K. and Francis, J., 2013. Financial accounting: an introduction to concepts, methods and uses. Cengage Learning.

Weygandt, J.J., Kimmel, P.D. and Kieso, D.E., 2015. Financial & managerial accounting. John Wiley & Sons.

Year, B.C.S., 2017. Advanced accounting. Journal Entries in the books of Company, 12, pp.12-750.

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