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They changed the site and it very hard to work around, when you sign in after a long time they request you to make a deposit of $9 but you do know I will throw in more than $9 and of-course the bonus.My questions are worth 4-5 times the $$$.
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Expert:  Manal Elkhoshkhany replied 5 years ago.

Hi linda

 

Thanks a million :) I was surprised by the amount offered, but as long as you know that the questions are worth more then that is ok :) Good thing you saw my messages. When I did not hear from you for a long time I was scared you missed your deadline. Will start working on the questions right away.

 

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I had a family emergency and had to leave town, and no you should know me better I would never pay you that little. I don't like what they have done to the site, its difficult to work around even leave messages, I actually left you a number to messages, guess to didn't get them.
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Hey you there???? Just wondering if you need more info??
Expert:  Manal Elkhoshkhany replied 5 years ago.

Hi again :)

 

I will close this post cause we do not need it. For future assignments, post any messages on the post itself Linda, because when you open a new post to ask me something it shows as a new post that is open and it affects your acceptance rate.

 

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Oh and was out all day, sorry just getting home now
Expert:  Manal Elkhoshkhany replied 5 years ago.
That is ok :)
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
not really I will add $$ when I pay you for next assigment, thanks a million
Expert:  Manal Elkhoshkhany replied 5 years ago.
Thanks a million Linda. When do you want to take the quiz? Did you see my message on the other post?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
maybe we can met monday say 3pm eastern time???
Expert:  Manal Elkhoshkhany replied 5 years ago.
Deal :)
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Expert:  Manal Elkhoshkhany replied 5 years ago.

Hi Linda

 

Something is wrong with the page where you posted the new questions. I cannot open it at all. Can you please make a new post and repost the questions? Or copy & paste the questions here

 

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Let me know if you get this one

Record the transactions below for Amena Company by recording the debit and credit entries directly in the following T-accounts : Cash; Accounts Receivable; Office Supplies; Office Equipment; Accounts Payable; S. Amena, Capital; S. Amena, Withdrawals; Fees Earned; and Rent Expense. Use the letters beside each transaction to identify entries. Determine the ending balance of each T-account. (Record the transactions in the given order. Leave no cells blank - be certain to enter "0" wherever required. Omit the "$" sign in your response.)



a.

Sergey Amena, owner, invested $15,500 cash in the company.

b.

The company purchased office supplies for $450 cash.

c.

The company purchased $8,572 of office equipment on credit.

d.

The company received $1,829 cash as fees for services provided to a customer.

e.

The company paid $8,572 cash to settle the payable for the office equipment purchased in transaction c.

f.

The company billed a customer $3,286 as fees for services provided.

g.

The company paid $520 cash for the monthly rent.

h.

The company collected $1,380 cash as partial payment for the account receivable created in transaction f.

i.

S. Amena withdrew $1,000 cash from the company for personal use.



Cash

(Click to select) (g) (i) (a) (d) (f) (c) (e) (h) (b)



(Click to select) (f) (g) (d) (a) (i) (b) (c) (e) (h)



(Click to select) (h) (c) (b) (f) (a) (i) (e) (d) (g)



(Click to select) (f) (e) (i) (c) (a) (b) (h) (d) (g)



(Click to select) (d) (g) (e) (b) (a) (f) (i) (c) (h)



(Click to select) (d) (c) (h) (b) (i) (a) (e) (g) (f)







(Click to select) (c) (b) (i) (e) (f) (g) (d) (a) (h)



Balance









Accounts Receivable

(Click to select) (b) (g) (a) (c) (d) (h) (e) (f) (i)



(Click to select) (a) (e) (d) (b) (f) (i) (h) (g) (c)



Balance









Office Supplies

(Click to select) (e) (c) (i) (g) (d) (h) (f) (b) (a)







Balance









Office Equipment

(Click to select) (i) (f) (b) (a) (g) (d) (h) (c) (e)







Balance









Accounts Payable

(Click to select) (a) (d) (g) (i) (h) (c) (f) (b) (e)



(Click to select) (i) (a) (g) (h) (e) (d) (c) (f) (b)







Balance





S. Amena, Capital





(Click to select) (a) (d) (i) (c) (b) (g) (e) (h) (f)







Balance





S. Amena, Withdrawals

(Click to select) (i) (a) (b) (h) (f) (g) (d) (c) (e)







Balance









Fees Earned





(Click to select) (d) (h) (f) (i) (e) (c) (b) (g) (a)







(Click to select) (c) (e) (b) (f) (d) (g) (a) (i) (h)







Balance





Rent Expense

(Click to select) (f) (d) (i) (e) (c) (g) (h) (b) (a)







Balance









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Given below are the transactions of Amena Company:





a.

Sergey Amena, owner, invested $14,750 cash in the company.

b.

The company purchased office supplies for $428 cash.

c.

The company purchased $8,157 of office equipment on credit.

d.

The company received $1,741 cash as fees for services provided to a customer.

e.

The company paid $8,157 cash to settle the payable for the office equipment purchased in transaction c.

f.

The company billed a customer $3,127 as fees for services provided.

g.

The company paid $530 cash for the monthly rent.

h.

The company collected $1,313 cash as partial payment for the account receivable created in transaction f.

i.

S. Amena withdrew $1,100 cash from the company for personal use.



Required:

Using the above information prepare the Trial Balance. (The items in the Trial Balance should be grouped as follows: Assets, Liabilities, Equity, Revenues, and Expenses. Leave no cells blank - be certain to enter "0" wherever required. Omit the "$" sign in your response.)





AMENA COMPANY
Trial Balance
May 31, 2009



Debit

Credit

(Click to select) Accounts Payable Dividends Rent Expense Cash Fees Earned

$



(Click to select) Accounts Receivable Fees Earned Fees Expense Rent Expense Accounts Payable





(Click to select) Common Stock Rent Expense Dividends Fees Earned Office Supplies





(Click to select) Rent Expense Common Stock Office Equipment Fees Earned Accounts Payable





(Click to select) Accounts Payable Cash Office Supplies Rent Expense Fees Earned



$

(Click to select) Accounts Receivable S.Amena, Capital S.Amena, Withdrawals Office Supplies Rent Expense





(Click to select) Fees Earned Accounts Payable Office Supplies S.Amena, Capital S.Amena, Withdrawals





(Click to select) Cash Office Supplies Fees Earned Accounts Payable Rent Expense





(Click to select) Accounts Payable Cash Rent expense Fees Earned Office Supplies





Totals

$

$








3.

Prepare general journal entries for the following transactions of a new company called Special Pics. (Omit the "$" sign in your response.)



Aug. 1

Madison Harris, the owner, invested $12,500 cash and $53,750 of photography equipment in the company.

2

The company paid $3,900 cash for an insurance policy covering the next 24 months.

5

The company purchased office supplies for $2,375 cash.

20

The company received $2,600 cash in photography fees earned.

31

The company paid $876 cash for August utilities.



Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Aug. 1

(Click to select) Common Stock Photography Equipment Goodwill Office Supplies Cash







(Click to select) Common Stock Goodwill Cash Office Supplies Photography Equipment







(Click to select) Accounts Receivable Cash Photography Equipment Insurance Payable M. Harris, Capital













2

(Click to select) Prepaid Insurance Unexpired Insurance Cash Insurance Common stock







(Click to select) Prepaid Insurance Cash Insurance Payable Accounts Payable Office Supplies













5

(Click to select) Utilities Expense Office Supplies Cash Photography Fees Earned Stock







(Click to select) Photography Fees Earned Office Supplies Accounts Payable Cash Office Supplies Payable













20

(Click to select) Accounts Receivable Cash Unearned Fees Office Supplies Photography Fees Earned







(Click to select) Photography Fees Earned Office Supplies Accounts Payable Cash Unearned Photography Fees













31

(Click to select) Prepaid Utilities Cash Utilities Expense Prepaid Expense Office Supplies

















4.

On October 1, Diondre Shabazz organized a new consulting firm called Tech Talk. On October 31, the company's records show the following accounts and amounts. Use this information to prepare an October income statement for the business. (Omit the "$" sign in your response.)



Cash

$ 10,159



D. Shabazz, Withdrawals

$ 2,000

Accounts receivable

20,655



Consulting fees earned

20,633

Office supplies

3,949



Rent expense

5,524

Land

55,879



Salaries expense

9,990

Office equipment

21,858



Telephone expense

560

Accounts payable

9,720



Miscellaneous expense

280

D. Shabazz, Capital

67,793









TECH TALK
Income Statement
For Month Ended October 31

Revenues





(Click to select) Cash Office Equipment Telephone Expense Common Stock Consulting Fees earned Accounts Receivable Common Stock Land



$

Expenses





(Click to select) Salaries Expense Miscellaneous Expenses Office Equipment Land Rent Expense Accounts Receivable Telephone Expense Accounts Payable

$



(Click to select) Accounts Receivable Salaries Expense Accounts Payable Rent Expense Office Equipment Land Miscellaneous Expenses Telephone Expense





(Click to select) Rent Expense Accounts Payable Land Telephone Expense Accounts Receivable Miscellaneous Expenses Salaries Expense Office Equipment





(Click to select) Land Miscellaneous Expenses Office Equipment Accounts Receivable Telephone Expense Rent Expense Accounts Payable Salaries Expense





Total Expenses













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I missed out on the test for chapter 1, the Prof changed the due date and I forgot to check yesterday so I guess I'm SOL on that. Guess I see you on Monday for chapter 2 quizz if thats okay.
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Moving on Chapter 3

 

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Prepare adjusting journal entries for the year ended (date of) December 31, 2009, for each of these separate situations. Assume that prepaid expenses are initially recorded in asset accounts. Also assume that fees collected in advance of work are initially recorded as liabilities. (Round your answers to the nearest dollar amount.Omit the "$" sign in your response.)

 

 

1.

value:
3 points

 

 

 

a.

Depreciation on the company's equipment for 2009 is computed to be $13,000.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Accumulated Depreciation-EquipmentSalaries PayableEquipmentRepairs and Maintenance ExpensesDepreciation Expense-Equipment

 

(Click to select)EquipmentDepreciation Expense-EquipmentAccumulated Depreciation-EquipmentRepairs and Maintenance ExpensesSalaries Payable

 


 

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Worksheet

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: 03-P1

 

2.

value:
3 points

 

 

 

b.

The Prepaid Insurance account had a $7,000 debit balance at December 31, 2009, before adjusting for the costs of any expired coverage. An analysis of the company's insurance policies showed that $1,320 of unexpired insurance coverage remains.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Office Supplies ExpenseSalaries PayableUnexpired InsurancePrepaid InsuranceInsurance Expense

 

(Click to select)CashInsurance ExpenseOffice SuppliesSalaries PayablePrepaid Insurance

 


 

Check My WorkReferences

Worksheet

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: 03-P1

 

3.

value:
2 points

 

 

 

c.

The Office Supplies account had a $510 debit balance on December 31, 2008; and $2,680 of office supplies were purchased during the year. The December 31, 2009, physical count showed $602 of supplies available.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Unearned Fee RevenueSalaries PayableOffice Supplies ExpenseCashOffice Supplies

 

(Click to select)Office Supplies ExpenseOffice SuppliesSalaries PayableCashFee Revenue

 


 

Check My WorkReferences

Worksheet

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: 03-P1

 

4.

value:
2 points

 

 

 

d.

Three-fourths of the work related to $13,000 of cash received in advance was performed this period.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Salaries PayableUnearned Fee RevenueCashFee RevenueInsurance Expense

 

(Click to select)Income received in advancePrepaid InsuranceUnearned Fee RevenueSalaries PayableFee Revenue

 


 

Check My WorkReferences

Worksheet

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: 03-P1

 

5.

value:
2 points

 

 

 

e.

The Prepaid Insurance account had a $5,000 debit balance at December 31, 2009, before adjusting for the costs of any expired coverage. An analysis of insurance policies showed that $3,680 of coverage had expired.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Office Supplies ExpenseSalaries PayableUnexpired InsurancePrepaid InsuranceInsurance Expense

 

(Click to select)Prepaid InsuranceInsurance ExpenseSalaries PayableOffice SuppliesCash

 


 

Check My WorkReferences

Worksheet

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: 03-P1

 

6.

value:
2 points

 

 

 

f.

Wage expenses of $5,000 have been incurred but are not paid as of December 31, 2009.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Insurance ExpenseWages ExpenseWages PayableOffice SuppliesAccrued Wages

 

(Click to select)Wages PayablePrepaid InsuranceCashOffice SuppliesWages Expense

 


 

Check My WorkReferences

Worksheet

Difficulty: Medium

Learning Objective: 03-P1

 

 

value:
2 points

 

 

 

Following are two income statements for Vix Co. for the year ended December 31. The left column is prepared before any adjusting entries are recorded, and the right column includes the effects of adjusting entries. The company records cash receipts and payments related to unearned and prepaid items in balance sheet accounts. Analyze the statements and prepare the ten adjusting entries that likely were recorded. (Note: 30% of the $5,400 adjustment for Fees Earned has been earned but not billed, and the other 70% has been earned by performing services that were paid for in advance.) (Omit the "$" sign in your response.)

 

VIX CO.
Income Statements
For Year Ended December 31

 

Unadjusted

 

Adjusted

Revenues

Fees earned

$ 24,000

$ 29,400

Commissions earned

36,500

36,500

Total revenues

60,500

65,900

Expenses

Depreciation expense-Computers

0

1,350

Depreciation expense-Office furniture

0

1,575

Salaries expense

12,500

14,705

Insurance expense

0

1,170

Rent expense

3,800

4,500

Office supplies expense

0

432

Advertising expense

2,500

3,000

Utilities expense

1,250

1,313

Total expenses

20,050

28,045

Net income

$ 40,450

$ 37,855


 

 

Adjusting entry 1:

 

Unbilled fees

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Fees EarnedCashAccounts ReceivableInsurance ExpenseRent Expense

 

 

(Click to select)Fees EarnedUnearned FeesAccounts ReceivableCashIncome Summary

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 2:

 

Earned fees

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Fees EarnedPrepaid IncomeInsurance ExpenseUnearned FeesRent Expense

 

 

(Click to select)Income received in advanceUnearned FeesAccounts ReceivableFees EarnedCash

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 3:

 

Computers

 

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Repairs and Maintenance ExpensesRent ExpenseAccumulated Depreciation-ComputersDepreciation Expense-ComputersComputers

 

 

(Click to select)Rent ExpenseDepreciation Expense-ComputersAccumulated Depreciation-ComputersRepairs and Maintenance ExpensesComputers

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 4:

 

Furniture

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Accumulated Depreciation-Office FurnitureRepairs and Maintenance ExpensesDepreciation Expense-Office FurnitureRent ExpenseOffice Furniture

 

 

(Click to select)Rent ExpenseDepreciation Expense-Office FurnitureRepairs and Maintenance ExpensesOffice FurnitureAccumulated Depreciation-Office Furniture

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 5:

 

Salaries

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Salaries ExpenseRent ExpenseSalaries PayableInsurance ExpenseAccrued Expense

 

 

(Click to select)Accounts PayableRent ExpenseCashSalaries PayableSalaries Expense

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 6:

 

Insurance

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Insurance ExpenseRent ExpenseUnexpired InsuranceOffice Supplies ExpensePrepaid Insurance

 

 

(Click to select)Accounts PayableInsurance ExpenseRent ExpenseCashPrepaid Insurance

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 7:

 

Rent

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Rent ExpenseCashUtilities ExpenseOffice SuppliesOffice Supplies Expense

 

 

(Click to select)Rent ExpenseOffice SuppliesCashAccounts PayableOffice Supplies Expense

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 8:

 

Supplies

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Utilities ExpenseOffice Supplies ExpenseRent ExpenseUtilities PayableAccrued Expense

 

 

(Click to select)Utilities PayableUtilities ExpenseCashPrepaid UtilitiesRent Expense

 


 

 

Adjusting entry 9:

 

Advertising

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)CashUtilities PayablePrepaid UtilitiesRent PayableRent Expense

 

 

(Click to select)Utilities PayableRent PayableCashRent ExpensePrepaid Utilities

 


 

Adjusting entry 10:

 

Utilities

 

Date

General Journal

Debit

Credit

Dec. 31

(Click to select)Utilities PayableAdvertising ExpenseCashAdvertising PayablePrepaid Utilities

 

 

(Click to select)Utilities PayableCashAdvertising ExpenseAdvertising PayablePrepaid Utilities

 


 

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9.

value:
2 points

 

 

 

For each of the following separate cases, prepare adjusting entries required of financial statements for the year ended (date of) December 31, 2009. (Assume that prepaid expenses are initially recorded in asset accounts and that fees collected in advance of work are initially recorded as liabilities.) (Omit the "$" sign in your response.)

a.

Two-thirds of the work related to $12,000 cash received in advance is performed this period.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)CashAccounts ReceivableFee RevenueInterest ReceivableUnearned Fee Revenue

 

(Click to select)Interest RevenueUnearned Fee RevenueAccounts ReceivableIncome Received in AdvanceFee Revenue

 


 

 

b.

Wages of $11,000 are earned by workers but not paid as of December 31, 2009.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Office Supplies ExpenseInsurance ExpenseWages PayableWages ExpenseAccrued Wages

 

(Click to select)Wages ExpenseInsurance ExpenseAccounts PayableWages PayableCash

 


 

 

c.

Depreciation on the company's equipment for 2009 is $10,960.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Repairs and Maintenance ExpensesInsurance ExpenseAccumulated Depreciation-EquipmentDepreciation Expense-EquipmentEquipment

 

(Click to select)Repairs and Maintenance ExpensesDepreciation Expense-EquipmentInsurance ExpenseAccumulated Depreciation-EquipmentEquipment

 


 

 

d.

The Office Supplies account had a $370 debit balance on December 31, 2008. During 2009, $4,678 of office supplies are purchased. A physical count of supplies at December 31, 2009, shows $518 of supplies available.

 

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

 

(Click to select)Rent ExpenseCashOffice Supplies ExpenseOffice SuppliesInsurance Expense

 

 

(Click to select)Office Supplies ExpenseOffice SuppliesInterest RevenueAccounts ReceivableCash

 

e.

The Prepaid Insurance account had a $5,000 balance on December 31, 2008. An analysis of insurance policies shows that $2,300 of unexpired insurance benefits remain at December 31, 2009.

 

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Prepaid InsuranceInterest ReceivableInsurance ExpenseUnexpired InsuranceAccounts Receivable

 

(Click to select)Prepaid InsuranceCashInterest RevenueAccounts ReceivableInsurance Expense

 


 

 

f.

The company has earned (but not recorded) $850 of interest from investments in CDs for the year ended December 31, 2009. The interest revenue will be received on January 10, 2010.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)Insurance ExpenseCashInterest RevenueRent ExpenseInterest Receivable

 

(Click to select)Accounts ReceivableInterest ReceivableUnearned InterestInvestmentInterest Revenue

 


 

 

g.

The company has a bank loan and has incurred (but not recorded) interest expense of $4,000 for the year ended December 31, 2009. The company must pay the interest on January 2, 2010.

 

General Journal

Debit

Credit

(Click to select)LoanPrepaid ExpenseInterest PayableRent ExpenseInterest Expense

 

(Click to select)Loan PayableInterest PayableRent ExpenseAccounts PayableInterest Expense

 


 

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