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Celia G.

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Zeeshan A.

Principles of Accounting

19 hours ago

Cargo Wings provides the following data for the month. Invested in the business; Inventory 15,000; Cash 25,000; Motor Vehicle 10,000; Receivable 7,000; Machinery 8,000 & Creditors 15,000. Bought Goods from AR Electric store for $450 Sales $2000 made on credit to Bashir Sons on March 15. Mr. Umair offered 5% discount if the payment will be made in the same month Applied for Loan from Faysal Bank Ltd. of $ 15,000. Purchased office furniture from Interwood by paying half of the total amount $1,200 Bashir Sons returned goods worth $500 Sold Good to Rashid Ltd. for $3200 Zakir Ltd purchased goods from us for $2300 Habib Sons bought goods by paying $1200 cash and the remaining $800 will be paid next month Bashir sons paid the due amount on March 30. Habib Sons paid $500 on March 30 Gave away charity of cash Rs. 50 Omer brought his bedroom Chairs into the business worth Rs. 1,750 Commission paid as referral fee $1,300 Returned Furniture of $500 purchased from Interwood and paid the remaining balance due. Bad Debts during the period was $600 Received the bank loan applied for. Closing Inventory at the end of year was 3,000 Required: Record the above transactions in Accounting Equation Prepare Journal, Ledger & Trial Balance from the data given above. Prepare Income Statement and Balance Sheet

L??Ng T.

Principles of Accounting

2 days, 1 hour ago

What happens to reserves at Banca Mediolanum if one person withdraws €1,000 of cash and another person deposits €500 of cash? Use T-accounts to explain your answer.

Ehope0 E.

Principles of Accounting

5 days, 9 hours ago

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Ehope0 E.

Principles of Accounting

5 days, 10 hours ago

a. Capital Asset Management Limited is selling you an investment product that will pay you and your heirs $25,000 per year forever. Assume that the required rate of return on this investment is 9%, how much will you pay for this investment product? b. Ruth has paid $900,000 to purchase an investment product that will pay her and her heirs $30,000 a year forever. Calculate the rate of return that investment product is offering to Ruth. Show all your calculation.

Ehope0 E.

Principles of Accounting

5 days, 11 hours ago

Sun Insurance Group offers to sell your uncle, Isaac, an annuity which will pay him $25,000 per quarter for 20 years. If the rate of return is 6% compounded quarterly, what is the most uncle Isaac will be willing to pay today to buy this annuity? Show all your calculations.

Ehope0 E.

Principles of Accounting

5 days, 11 hours ago

At the end of each of the following five years, Mary is going to withdraw $30,000 from an investment account that pays interest at a rate of 8% compounded annually. How much must there be in the investment account today in order for his account to reduce to a balance of zero after the last withdrawal?

Ehope0 E.

Principles of Accounting

5 days, 11 hours ago

a. Capital Asset Management Limited is selling you an investment product that will pay you and your heirs $25,000 per year forever. Assume that the required rate of return on this investment is 9%, how much will you pay for this investment product? b. Ruth has paid $900,000 to purchase an investment product that will pay her and her heirs $30,000 a year forever. Calculate the rate of return that investment product is offering to Ruth.

Ehope0 E.

Principles of Accounting

5 days, 12 hours ago

a company is selling you an investment product that will pay you and your heirs $25,000 per year forever. Assume that the required rate of return on this investment is 6%, how much will you pay for this investment product?

Tayla G.

Principles of Accounting

None

During the taking of its physical inventory on August 31, 20Y7, Robin Interiors Company incorrectly counted its inventory as $543,500 instead of the correct amount of $560,700. Indicate the effect of the misstatement on Robin Interiors’ August 31, 20Y7, balance sheet and income statement for the year ended August 31, 20Y7. Also record the amount of each overstatement or understatement. Enter all amounts as positive numbers.

Ashley W.

Principles of Accounting

1 week, 2 days ago

Ferris Wheeler is a trader in entertainment services. The business reported a net loss of $18,800 for the year 2012. At the start of the year the owners’ equity was $378,800, and at the end of the year the equity was $330,000. During the year the owner took goods valued at $10,000 as well as cash for personal use. What is the amount of cash drawings for the year?

Aleon C.

Principles of Accounting

1 week, 4 days ago

transactions for Sameer new business during the month of September?

Sehar C.

Principles of Accounting

1 week, 4 days ago

dentify several ways in which you currently use accounting information in your life as a student. Also identify several situations in which, while you are still a student, you might be required to supply financial information about yourself to others.

Hayley N.

Principles of Accounting

1 week, 4 days ago

How to find the future value of two different amount with same rate?

Tariq Nayef Bin Mat Lazin ..

Principles of Accounting

1 week, 5 days ago

Q1. Jan-Apr 2017 we accrued marketing expense $ 200/month, May 2017 we received the whole year invoice, amounting $2,400. Please prepare Jan-Dec 2017 journals accordingly.

Eric N.

Principles of Accounting

1 month, 1 week ago

Tim Rian, a friend of yours, has recently purchased a home for $$ 125,000,$ paying $$ 25,000$ down and the remainder financed by a $6.5 %, 20$ -year mortgage, payable at $$ 745.57$ per month. At the end of the first month, Tim receives a statement from the bank indicating that only $$ 203.90$ of principal was paid during the month. At this rate, he calculates that it will take over 40 years to pay off the mortgage. Is he right? Discuss.

Blake K.

Principles of Accounting

1 month, 1 week ago

Your friend just received a car loan. It is a 7 -year installment note. He does not understand the mechanics of how the loan works. Explain the important aspects of the installment note.

Ashley K.

Principles of Accounting

1 month, 1 week ago

Dotsin Corporation issues $$ 400,000$ of $9 %,$ 5-year bonds on January $1,2017,$ at $104 .$ If Dotsin uses the effective-interest method in amortizing the premium, will the annual interest expense increase or decrease over the life of the bonds? Explain

Miranda M.

Principles of Accounting

1 month ago

Honore Draper is discussing the advantages of the effective-interest method of bond amortization with her accounting staff. What do you think Honore is saying?

Ryan P.

Principles of Accounting

2 months, 1 week ago

Robbins Corporation issues $$ 200,000$ of $6 %,$ 5-year bonds on January $1,2017,$ at $103 .$ Assuming that the straight-line method is used to amortize the premium, what is the total amount of interest expense for $2017 ?$

Julie P.

Principles of Accounting

2 months, 1 week ago

Explain the straight-line method of amortizing discount and premium on bonds payable.

Lawrence D.

Principles of Accounting

3 weeks ago

What criteria must be met before a contingency must be recorded as a liability? How should the contingency be disclosed if the criteria are not met?

Stephanie H.

Principles of Accounting

1 month, 3 weeks ago

What are the implications for analysis if a company has significant operating leases?

Kendra W.

Principles of Accounting

2 months ago

Anglo Corporation has a current ratio of 1.1. Jon has always been told that a corporation's current ratio should exceed $2.0 .$ The company maintains that its ratio is low because it has a minimal amount of inventory on hand so as to reduce operating costs. Anglo also has significant available lines of credit. Is Jon still correct? What do some companies do to compensate for having fewer liquid assets?

Diane R.

Principles of Accounting

1 month, 2 weeks ago

Hank Mays needs a few new trucks for his business. He is considering buying the trucks but is concerned that the additional debt he will need to incur will make his liquidity and solvency ratios look bad. What options does he have other than purchasing the trucks, and how will these options affect his financial statements?

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