Question 1 Big Bang Ltd is considering to invest in one of the two following projects to buy a new equipment. Each equipment will last 5 years and have no salvage value at the end. The company’s required rate of return for all investment projects is 8%. The cash flows of the projects are provided below. Equipment 1 Equipment 2 Cost $186,000 $195,000 Future Cash Flows Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 86 000 93 000 83 000 75 000 55 000 97 000 84 000 86 000 75 000 63 000 Big Bang’s net income in current year is $450,000. The company maintains a capital structure of 55% in equity funding and…Details
Question 1 ABC Ltd has the following land and buildings in its financial statements as at 30 June 2022: Residential land, at cost 2 000 000 Factory land, at valuation 2020 1 800 000 Buildings, at valuation 2020 1 600 000 Accumulated depreciation (200 000) At 30 June 2022, the balance of the revaluation surplus is $800 000, of which $600 000 relates to the factory land and $200 000 to the buildings. On this same date, independent valuations of the land and buildings are obtained. In relation to the above assets, the assessed fair values at 30 June 2022 are: Residential land, previously recorded at cost 2 200 000 Factory land, previously revalued in 2020 1 400…Details
The income statement of Price Ltd for the year ended 31 December 2020, reported the following condensed information: Revenue from fees $600,000 Operating expenses 360,000 Income from operations 240,000 Income tax expense 60,000 Net income $180,000 Price’s balance sheet contained the following comparative data at December 31: . 2020 …Details
York Ltd. was registered on 1 July 2020. The next day, the directors issued a disclosure document inviting applicants for 700,000 ordinary shares with an issue price of $1. The shares were payable 20¢on application and 40¢ on allotment. By the end of July, the company had received exactly 700,000 applications, together with the correct application monies. The directors allotted these shares on 1 August. The correct allotment monies were received by the end of September. On 1 October 2020, the directors made a call of 25¢ per share. Call monies were due and payable by 31 October, and were received by then except in respect of one parcel of 10,000 shares. Required: Prepare journal entries with explanations to record…Details
Question 1 Brandy Corporation owns 60 percent of Downer’s voting shares. During 20X3, Brandy produced 50,000 computer desks at a cost of $82 each and sold 20,000 of them to Downer for $94 each. Downer sold 14,000 of the desks to unaffiliated companies for $130 each prior to December 31, 20X3, and sold the remainder in early 20X4 for $140 each. Both companies use perpetual inventory systems. Tax rate is 30 percent. Required What amounts of cost of goods sold did Brandy and Downer record in 20X3? What amount of cost of goods sold must be reported in the consolidated income statement for 20X3? Prepare the necessary journal entry to eliminate the intra-gorup sales and cost of goods sold. Question…Details
The bank statement balance and cash account balance do not agree. The owner of E-Bite Limited has requested to prepare a bank reconciliation to reconcile these balances. For this purpose, the following information is given.
- Deposits in transit are $9,800.
- Outstanding cheques totalled are $3200.
- The bank service charge is $24.
- The collection of note by the bank is $800.
- The bank statement balance is $9,000.
- The cash account balance is $14,824.
Sydney Ltd, commenced retail operations on 1 July 2019 by issuing 1,000,000 shares at @ $1.00 per share, payable in full on application. Company sales designer’s leather bags to customers. There were no share issue costs. For the year ending 30 June 2021, the company recorded the following balances: Sales revenue $1,350,000 (Sales price: $1,500 each bag) Gain from trading securities $20,000 Cost of sales: need to be calculated (Cost: $1,000 each bag) Wages and salaries (administrative) $80,000 Wages and salaries (selling) $100,000 Office Rent $20,000 Advertising and distribution expense $10,000 Utility bills $4,000 Sales commission expense (sales employee) $28,000 Bad debt expense $8,000 Depreciation expense – Furniture? (need to be calculated) Depreciation expense – Building? (need to be calculated) Interest…
Green Tea’s data show the following information for the financial year, beginning July 2020: July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Estimated sales (units) 25,000 25,000 27,000 27,500 28,000 Sales price per unit $31 $31 $31 $31 $31 Direct labour per unit $1.75 $1.75 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 Labour rate per hour $21 $21 $24 $24 $24 New machinery will be added in September. This machine will reduce the labour required per unit and increase the labour rate for those employees qualified to operate the machinery. Finished goods inventory is required to be 20% of the next month’s requirements. Direct material requires 2.5 kg per unit at a cost of $5 per kg. The ending inventory required for direct materials is…
Smarty Inc. Ltd produces two different products with the following monthly data: P1 P2 Total Selling price per unit $100 $12 Variable cost per unit $ 60 $ 3 Expected unit sales 21,000 14,000 35,000 Sales mix 60 percent 40 percent 100 percent Fixed costs $750,000 Assume the sales mix remains the same at all levels of sales. Required: a) Calculate the weighted average contribution margin per unit. b) How many units in total must be sold to break even? c) How many units of each product must be sold to break even? d) How many units of each product must be sold to earn a monthly profit of $100,000? e) Prepare a contribution margin income statement for…
Takulah Co. Ltd has traditionally allocated its overhead based on machine hours but had collected this information to change to activity-based costing:
i) How much overhead would be allocated to each unit under the traditional allocation method?
ii) How much overhead would be allocated to each unit under activity-based costing?
iii) Would you recommend a change to ABC costing for this company? Justify your answer
Job cost sheets show the following information:
a) Which job(s) are still in process at the end of January, and what is the cost of this job(s)?
b) Which job(s) were completed at the end of February, and what is the cost of this completed job(s)?
c) What are the balances in the work in process inventory, finished goods inventory, and cost of goods sold for March?
AFGAN Ltd owns all of the shares of BLINDA Ltd. In relation to the following intragroup transactions, all parts of which are independent unless specified, prepare the consolidation worksheet adjusting entries for preparation of the consolidated financial statements as at 30 June 2019. Assume an income tax rate of 30%. AFGAN Ltd sold inventory to BLINDA Ltd on 1 September 2018 for $27 000. This inventory had cost AFGAN Ltd $18 000. One-third of the inventory was sold by BLINDA Ltd to Goanna Ltd for $13 000 and one-third to Galah Ltd for $13 200. AFGAN Ltd manufactures certain items which it then markets through BLINDA Ltd. During the current period, AFGAN Ltd sold items for $18 000 to BLINDA Ltd…