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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points

Financial statements follow:
A. rigid guidelines that require specific adherence to regulated procedures.

B. generally accepted guidelines that allow management to choose among different procedures.

C. general guidelines with little choice among different procedures.

D. legal requirements for uniform presentation and disclosure.
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In 1934, the United States Congress established which one of the following organizations to regulate corporate financial reporting?
A. Securities Exchange Commission

B. Financial Accounting Standards Board

C. National Association of Securities Dealers

D. New York Stock Exchange
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Published reports of public companies include a discussion of the financial condition, results of operations, and future plans for the company known as the:
A. President's message.

B. Board of Directors' analysis.

C. management discussion and analysis.

D. management representation letter.
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The overriding role of GAAP is to assure that financial statements:
A. are accurate and free from fraud.

B. represent faithfully and clearly the economic condition and performance of the company.

C. do not contain any representation that could jeopardize the accountant.

D. provide stockholders all of the information they need to assess management's performance.
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Financial information that is verifiable, faithfully represented, and reasonably free of error and bias is:
A. consistent.

B. comparable.

C. relevant.

D. reliable.
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Using the same accounting methods to record and report similar events from period to period demonstrates:
A. consistency.

B. comparability.

C. neutrality.

D. faithful representation.
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The Financial Accounting Standards Board has responsibility for the establishment of accounting standards for:
A. North America.

B. the United States.

C. the United States and Europe.

D. the world.
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The due process procedures of the FASB occur according to which one of the following series of orderly steps?
A. Discussion memorandum, exposure draft, voting

B. Public hearing, discussion memorandum, voting

C. Discussion memorandum, public hearing, voting

D. Exposure draft, discussion memorandum, voting
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To measure earnings under accrual accounting, revenues are recognized when they are:
A. received.

B. received and earned.

C. earned and become measurable.

D. received and become measurable.
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The matching principle requires that expenses be recognized:
A. in the same period as the costs expire or assets are used.

B. in the same period in which the revenues are recognized that the expenses help to produce.

C. when the costs are paid by the entity.

D. in the same period that the revenue is received that the expenses help to produce.
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Revenue is most frequently recognized at the:
A. signing of a contract.

B. completion of production.

C. delivery of goods or services.

D. collection of sales proceeds.
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Which one of the following costs would be a product cost?
A. Transportation costs to acquire inventory

B. Advertising

C. Sales Commissions

D. Depreciation of an office computer
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The best measure of a firm's sustainable income is:
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B. income from continuing operations.

C. income before extraordinary items.

D. net income.
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To be reported as an extraordinary item on the income statement, an event must be:
A. unusual in nature.

B. an infrequent occurrence.

C. both unusual in nature and an infrequent occurrence.

D. either unusual in nature or an infrequent occurrence.
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The Williams Company decided in the current year to change their method of depreciation for certain types of equipment that were experiencing
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The Williams Company decided in the current year to change their method of depreciation for certain types of equipment that were experiencing rapid technological changes. The Accumulated Depreciation account was $450,000 at the beginning of the current year. Depreciation in prior years would have been $800,000 under the new method. Williams Company experiences a 40% tax burden. Which one of the following entries would the company make to record this change?















A.
B.
C.
D.

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Which of the following is part of comprehensive income?















A. Gains on sales of treasury stock
B. Net operating income
C. Receipt of land donated by a governmental unit
D. Sale of common stock above par

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Which one of the following items is not included in the computation of comprehensive income (ignoring tax effects)?















A. Gain on sale of treasury stock
B. Minimum pension liability adjustment
C. Net income
D. Unrealized gains or losses on securities

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James, Inc. discovered that equipment purchased three years ago for $600,000 will not last as long as originally estimated. The firm was depreciating the equipment at the rate of $80,000 per year with an estimated salvage value of $40,000. New estimates indicate that the equipment will last a total of five years with no salvage value. How much should James Inc. record as depreciation in year four?















A. $80,000
B. $120,000
C. $180,000
D. $240,000

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Refer to the following data for Andrews Construction Company:

The company is building a large complex at a price of $10,000,000. This three-year project is estimated to cost a total of $8,000,000. Actual yearly data are as follows:


































Year 1Year 2Year 3
Costs incurred$2,000,000$3,000,000$2,500,000
Estimated completion costs$6,000,000$3,000,000$0
Billings$1,500,000$3,500,000$5,000,000
Cash Collected$1,000,000$3,000,000$6,000,000

 


Which one of the following entries would be made in Year 1 to record the income recognized using the percentage-of-completion method of revenue recognition?

















A.
B.
C.
D.

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Refer to the following data for Joe's Appliance Center. The business records revenue using the installment sales method.





























Year 1Year 2
Sales$200,000$250,000
Cost of Goods Sold140,000162,500
Cash Collections from
Year 1 Sales:100,00080,000
Year 2 Sales:130,000

How much realized gross profit on installment sales will the business record in Year 2?

















A. $24,000
B. $45,500
C. $69,500
D. $130,000


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Table 5-1Top Hat, Inc. Unadjusted Trial Balance



























Year 5


Sales

$600,000


Ending Accounts Receivable

180,000


Ending Allowance for Uncollectibles

6,200CR


Bad Debt Expense

5,000


Estimated Uncollectibles

4%



Refer to Table 5-1. If Top Hat uses the sales revenue approach for estimating bad debt expense, after the proper adjustments to the accounts are recorded, the Allowance for Uncollectibles account should show a balance of:

















A. $6,200.
B. $7,200.
C. $11,200.
D. $25,200.

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Refer to Table 5-1. If Top Hat uses the gross accounts receivable approach for estimating bad debt expense, after the proper adjustment to the accounts is recorded the Allowance for Uncollectibles account should show a balance of:















A. $6,200.
B. $7,200.
C. $11,200.
D. $25,200.

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When a specific account becomes uncollectible, the Accounts Receivable account is credited and which one of the following accounts is debited?















A. Allowance for Returns and Adjustments
B. Allowance for Uncollectibles
C. Bad Debt Expense
D. Miscellaneous Expense

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When goods are returned by customers, the seller will debit __________ and credit Accounts Receivable.















A. Allowance for Uncollectibles
B. Sales
C. Sales Discounts
D. Sales Returns and Adjustments

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Table 5-2The Gerner Corporation sells to customers on a note basis with 10% credit terms with interest payable quarterly. All notes are due in one year. Gerner made the following sales on April 1, Year 6.









































Customer



Note Maturity



Interest Due



Interest Rate



Potts



$50,000



Quarterly



10%



Larabee



50,000



NA



None



Future Value



Present Value



of $50,000 in



of $50,000 for



one year:



one year:



$55,191



$45,298



Note: To encourage sales, Larabee was given a special deal on interest.



 


Refer to Table 5-2. Which one of the following entries would record the sale to Larabee?

















A.
B.
C.
D.

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Refer to Table 5-2. As of June 30, Year 6, which one of the following entries will be made to record the interest earned, but not yet received, by Gerner on the Potts note?















A.
B.
C.
D.

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Refer to Table 5-2. As of June 30, Year 6, which one of the following entries will be made to record the interest earned, but not yet received, by Gerner on the Larabee note?















A.
B.
C.
D. There is no entry because the note is non-interest bearing.

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ABC, Inc. enters into an arrangement with Matt D Corporation whereby Matt D will assume $100,000 of ABC’s receivables for a 6% fee. Assuming that the transaction has a factoring arrangement with recourse and a $9,000 holdback, which one of the following entries will ABC make to record this transaction?















A.
B.
C.
D.

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ABC, Inc. enters into an arrangement with Matt D Corporation whereby Matt D will assume $100,000 of ABC’s receivables for a 6% fee. Assuming the transaction was a collateralized loan, which one of the following entries will ABC make to record this transaction?















A.
B.
C.
D.

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Paula Smith accepted a six month 9%, $10,000 Note Receivable from a customer on June 1. Smith has an arrangement with the Regency Bank to discount selected customer notes at 12%. If the note were discounted on July 1 under the terms of agreement with Regency Bank, which one of the following journal entries would Smith record?















A.
B.
C.
D.

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Cook Industries purchased a machine on January 2, Year 5, for $100,000. It paid $20,000 down and financed the balance over 5 years at Fidelity Bank. Terms of the loan were 10% interest payable on December 31 each year with a required $16,000 principal payment. Year 8 proved to be a difficult one and on December 1, Cook negotiated a debt restructuring with Fidelity Bank. The settlement calls for a cash payment of accrued interest plus $4,000 on December 1 and the transfer of 400 acres of land held by Cook that cost $15,000. The land has a current market value of $22,000. Which one of the following entries would be made to record the settlement on Cook’s books?















A.
B.
C.
D.

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Management must periodically assess the reasonableness of the allowance for uncollectibles if it uses the:















A. direct write-off method.
B. percent of sales method only.
C. percent of gross receivables method only.
D. percent of sales or the percent of gross receivables method.

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Sales returns and allowances account is:















A. a contra-asset account.
B. a contra-revenue account.
C. on the balance sheet.
D. on the statement of shareholders' equity.

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Notes receivable are recorded in the accounts at:















A. fair market value
B. present value
C. maturity value
D. net realizable value

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Non-interest bearing notes are initially recorded at:















A. historical cost.
B. maturity value because they bear no interest.
C. present value, based on the prevailing interest for loans of this type.
D. future value, based on the prevailing interest for loans of this type.

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The sale of receivables to a third party is called:















A. factoring.
B. collateralizing.
C. discounting.
D. securitization.

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When a company transfers receivables with recourse:















A. SFAS No. 5 requires footnote disclosure of the contingent liability.
B. the transferee is responsible for uncollected receivables.
C. there is no contingent liability so no disclosure is required.
D. the transfer may be reported in a variety of ways as GAAP provides no specific reporting guidance related to such transactions.

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A restructured loan can differ from the original loan in any of the several ways listed below except:















A. scheduled interest and principle payments may be reduced or eliminated.
B. the repayment schedule may be extended over a longer time period.
C. the loan terms remain the same, but the amount of collateral securing the loan is increased.
D. the customer and lender can settle the loan.

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When troubled debt is restructured via continuation with modification of debt terms, the original loan is:















A. continued but interest and principle payments may be reduced or eliminated.
B. continued but the repayment schedule may be extended over a longer time period.
C. continued but the amount of collateral securing the loan is increased.
D. cancelled and a new loan agreement is signed.

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When the sum of the future cash flows of a restructured note is above the current note's book value, the debtor recognizes:















A. a gain on the debt restructure.
B. a loss on the debt restructure.
C. neither a gain nor a loss on the debt restructure.
D. both a restructure gain and an early extinguishment loss.


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In a periodic inventory system, the ending inventory and cost of goods sold must be determined by:
A. external auditors.
B. physical count.
C. a certification of inventory.
D. reference to a running inventory balance.
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The use of perpetual inventory systems is preferred where a:
A. large number of expensive inventory units exist.
B. small number of expensive inventory units exist.
C. large number of inexpensive inventory units exist.
D. small number of inexpensive inventory units exist.
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A perpetual inventory system:
A. usually maintains inventory records only in terms of physical units on hand.
B. uses a purchases account to record additions to inventory.
C. eliminates the need to periodically take a physical inventory count.
D. keeps a running record of the amount of inventory on hand.
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Goods held on consignment are included in the inventory of:
A. the consignor.
B. the consignee.
C. both the consignor and the consignee.
D. neither the consignor nor the consignee.
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Examples of variable costs include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. raw materials costs.
B. the plant manager's salary.
C. direct labor costs.
D. electricity used in running production machinery.
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Financial analysts recognize that the deficiency of the FIFO cost flow assumption is the failure to:
A. match current costs with current revenues.
B. match current costs with oldest revenues.
C. match oldest costs with current revenues.
D. match oldest costs with oldest revenues.
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LIFO reserve disclosure is required because LIFO inventory costs are:
A. higher than FIFO inventory costs.
B. lower than FIFO inventory costs.
C. equal to FIFO inventory costs.
D. usually of no consequence.
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The conversion of a LIFO inventory to approximate the inventory at FIFO is accomplished through application of which one of the following formulas?
A. FIFO inventory = LIFO inventory x LIFO reserve
B. FIFO inventory = LIFO inventory ÷ LIFO reserve
C. FIFO inventory = LIFO inventory - LIFO reserve
D. FIFO inventory = LIFO inventory + LIFO reserve
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As a firm liquidates old LIFO layers of inventory, the lower costs of the LIFO layers are matched against current sales dollars resulting in a profit margin that is:
A. inflated.
B. deflated.
C. lower than normal.
D. always the same as under FIFO.
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Inventory turnover distortion under LIFO inventory costing may be adjusted by:
A. adding the LIFO reserve amounts to cost of goods sold and adjusting beginning and ending inventory for LIFO liquidation profits whenever LIFO dipping occurs.
B. subtracting the LIFO reserve amounts from cost of goods sold and adjusting beginning and ending inventory for LIFO liquidation profits whenever LIFO dipping occurs.
C. adding the LIFO reserve amounts to beginning and ending inventory and adjusting cost of goods sold for LIFO liquidation profits whenever LIFO dipping occurs.
D. subtracting the LIFO reserve amounts from beginning and ending inventory and adjusting cost of goods sold for LIFO liquidation profits whenever LIFO dipping occurs.
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The LIFO conformity rule states that:
A. if LIFO is used for tax purposes, the external financial statements must also use LIFO.
B. if FIFO is used for tax purposes, the external financial statements must also use FIFO.
C. if LIFO is used for tax purposes, the external financial statements must also use FIFO.
D. if FIFO is used for tax purposes, the external financial statements must also use LIFO.
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Analysts must be aware that with the use of absorption costing, as inventory absorbs more fixed costs, reported income tends to:
A. become highly volatile.
B. decrease.
C. increase.
D. remain the same.
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Table 5-3
Amanda Company had the following inventory transactions in August.

Purchases

Sales

Balance

Aug. 1 Balance

200 @ $3.20

Aug. 2

150 @ $5.50

Aug. 4

550 @ $3.10

Aug. 5

400 @ 5.50

Aug. 7

300 @ 3.30

Aug. 8

250 @ 5.50

Aug. 12

100 @ 6.00

Aug. 13

450 @ 3.40

Aug. 20

300 @ 6.00

Aug. 21

125 @ 3.50

Aug. 29

100 @ 6.00

Refer to Table 5-3. If Amanda uses a periodic inventory system, the LIFO basis ending inventory is:

A. $1,027.50.
B. $1,040.00.
C. $1,072.50.
D. $1,117.50.
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Refer to Table 5-3. If Amanda uses a perpetual inventory system, the LIFO basis ending inventory is:
A. $1,027.50.
B. $1,040.00.
C. $1,067.50.
D. $1,117.50.
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Refer to Table 5-3. If Amanda uses a perpetual inventory system, the FIFO basis ending inventory is:
A. $1,027.50.
B. $1,040.00.
C. $1,117.50.
D. $1,137.50.
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The ABC Company reported merchandise inventory at LIFO of $450,000 on the year-end financial statements. The company also reported a LIFO Reserve of $45,000. An estimate of the inventory balance if the inventory had been reported using the FIFO assumption is:
A. $360,000.
B. $405,000.
C. $455,000.
D. $495,000.
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The Sea King Corporation reported a LIFO Reserve of $50,000 at the end of the year. The beginning of the year LIFO Reserve was $40,000. The Cost of Goods Sold was $395,000 under LIFO. The Cost of Goods Sold under FIFO should be:
A. $375,000.
B. $385,000.
C. $445,000.
D. $485,000.
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As a firm liquidates old LIFO layers of inventory, the lower costs of the LIFO layers are matched against current sales dollars resulting in a profit margin that is:
A. always the same as under FIFO.
B. deflated.
C. inflated.
D. lower than normal.
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WAM, Inc. uses the lower of cost or market method to determine inventory value. The following information relates to Product W at the end of the year: cost $26; replacement cost $20; selling price $30; cost of completion $2; and normal profit $7. Based upon this information, the lower of cost or market for Product W is:
A. $20.
B. $21.
C. $23.
D. $26.
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Table 5-4
Dollar Value LIFO Inventory Data:

Year

Year End Price

Price Index

1

$200,000

100

2

250,000

105

3

296,000

108

4

286,000

110

Refer to Table 5-4. The inventory under dollar value LIFO at the end of Year 3 is __________ and at the end of Year 4 is __________.

A. $274,075; $238,096
B. $276,800; $240,000
C. $278,856; $263,657
D. $300,000; $286,000
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ok great i just sumbitted the second set of question. is tomorrow morning arounf 7am est time ok? that time is ok because i have 10 hours

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I won't be able to complete this tonight or by tomorrow morning. I can post the solution by tomorrow evening or else you can post these question as new post and some other expert will help you.
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No I will wait for you I don't trust everybody . I get one retake each so I will just wait for you. Thanks again
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Thanks. I will work on them today and will post the solution as soon as I am done.
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Just to update you I am working on them now and will post the solution tonight.
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Linda I dont know if you avaiable right now but i need help with my 1st sem exam . i have 3 hours to take it. 10 questions each from ashworth college. the exams are for Social Impact of Technology,Principles of Finance and Microeconomics.


 


I started a new post for $50 and willing to give you a bonus.

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Do you need to take the exam right now?
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