ACC5CRE – The statement of comprehensive income of Jonathon Ltd

The statement of comprehensive income of Jonathon Ltd for the year ended 30 June 2020 shows the profit before tax amounted to $240,000, including revenue and expense items.                                                                                             $ Entertainment costs (no-deductible)   7 200 Annual leave expense 12 000 Depreciation expense – Equipment 20 000 Depreciation expense – buildings (non-deductible)   3 200 Rent revenue 12 000 Bad debt expense 24 000 Long service leave expense   6 000   Assets and liabilities as disclosed in the Statement of Financial Position as 30 June 2020.     2020 2019 Assets     Cash 32 000 34 000 Inventories 68 000 62 000 Accounts receivables 200 000 192 000 Allowance for doubtful debts (22, 000) 16 000 Office supplies…

FINM202 – Contact Manufacturing Ltd is considering two alternative investment proposals

Contact Manufacturing Ltd is considering two alternative investment proposals. The first proposal calls for a major renovation of the company’s manufacturing facility. The second involves replacing just a few obsolete pieces of equipment in the facility. The company will choose one project or the other this year, but it will not do both. The cash flows associated with each project appear below and the firm discounts project cash flows at 15%. Year   Renovate   Replace 0 –$9,000,000 –$2,400,000 1 3,000,000 2,000,000 2 3,000,000 800,000 3 3,000,000 200,000 4 3,000,000 200,000 5 3,000,000 200,000   Assignment Calculate the payback period of each project and based on this criterion, indicate which project you would recommend for acceptance. Calculate the net present value…

HI5001 – Elliot Painting Services – Accounting for Business Decisions

Question Worksheet and closing entries The adjusted trial balance columns in the worksheet of Elliot Painting Services are as follows. ELLIOT PAINTING SERVICES Worksheet (Partial) for the year ended 30 June 2019 Account Adjusted trial balance Income statement Balance sheet Debit Credit Debit Credit Debit Credit Cash at Bank                    1,230 Accounts Receivable                 75,600 Prepaid Rent                    1,800 Office Supplies                    8,320 Equipment               160,000 Accumulated Depreciation                 25,000 Accounts Payable                 54,000 Salaries Payable                    8,760 Unearned Revenue                    3,430 F. Elliot, Capital               101,500 F. Elliot, Drawings                 22,000 Painting Revenue               219,650 Salaries Expense               106,000 Rent Expense                    6,050 Depreciation Expense                    8,040 Telephone Expense                    4,020 Office Supplies Used                 10,080 Sundry Expenses                    9,200…

HI5001 Accounting for Business Decisions – Tutorial Questions

Question 1 Cash versus accrual accounting During March, Thuy Bui’s business performed services for a specific customer for which the fee was $9000. Payment was received in the following April. Was the revenue earned in March or April? What journal entries should be recorded under accrual accounting in March and April? What journal entries should be recorded under cash accounting in March and April?   Question 2 Adjusting entries  The financial year for Drip Dry Cleaning Services ends on 30 June. Using the following information, make the necessary adjusting entries at year-end. Ignore GST. On 15 February, Danielle Drip’s business borrowed $16 000 from Northern Bank at 8% interest. The principal and interest are payable on 15 August. Rent of $3600…

Principles of Finance 1 – Present and Future Values

Assume that you purchase a 6-year, 12 percent savings certificate for $1,000. If interest is compounded annually, what will be the value of the certificate when it matures?   If the interest in the previous problem is compounded quarterly. What is the difference between the ending value of the savings certificate compounded quarterly and the one compounded annually?   A friend promises to pay you $600 two years from now if you loan him $500 today. What annual interest rate is your friend offering?   At an inflation rate of 9 percent, the purchasing power of $1 would be cut in half in just over 8 years. How long, to the nearest year, would it take for the purchasing power of…

2020 – FIN700 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

QUESTION 1 In February 2020 Ink Joy Ltd reported net profits after tax of $500,000 for the year 2019 and announced that it will pay the annual dividend on 20 May 2020. Ink Joy expects the net profits after tax for 2020 to be 20% higher and it will maintain its current dividend payout ratio of 60%. Ink Joy will pay the annual dividend for 2020 in 20 May, 2021. Amy Aldan owns 10% of the ordinary share capital of Ink Joy Ltd. She has no savings and her sole income comes from Ink Joy Ltd. If Amy wishes to buy household goods worth $5000 in May 2020 and pays all her other bills totalling $35,000, calculate how much can she…

HI6025 – Diamond Ltd acquired an item of polishing equipment

Question 1 Diamond Ltd acquired an item of polishing equipment on 1 July 2015 for $440,000. The equipment is expected to have a useful life of 10 years and the straight-line method of depreciation is to be used. It has salvage value of $40,000. On 1 July 2017, the equipment is deemed to have a fair value of $424,000 and revaluation is undertaken in accordance with the Diamond Ltd policy of measuring property, plant and equipment at fair value. The asset is still usable for next 8 years but the salvage value is determined to be zero. The asset is sold for $356,000 on 1 July 2019. Required: Provide the journal entries necessary at the following dates to account for the…

MYOB – The business is a book retailer named

Case Study 1 Introduction In this assignment students are required to use the: General Ledger Banking Sales – Accounts Receivable Purchases – Accounts payable Inventory modules of the MYOB computer accounting program to process transactions and to produce a set of accounting reports relating to business operations. Input Business data The business is a book retailer named, “Student Name Pty Ltd” (students are to insert their own name) and is located at Your Address – Sydney NSW 2000.The firm’s sales are both over-the-counter cash and credit to well known customers.   Company Name Address ABN Current Financial Year Last Month of Financial Year Starter Chart “Your name” Books Pty Ltd Your Address Your student Number 2020 June Retail Book store  …

HA3011 – TXA Ltd acquired a machine from Blue Ltd

Question 1 TXA Ltd acquired a machine from Blue Ltd for the following consideration: Cash $70, 000 Land in the books of TXA Ltd the land is recorded at its cost of $650,000. It has a fair value of $450,000. TXA Ltd also agrees to assume the liability of the Blue Ltd bank loan of $89,000 as part of the machine acquisition. Required: (a) Calculate the acquisition cost of the machine. (b) Provide the journal entries that would appear in TXA Ltd.’s books to account for the acquisition of the Machine.   Question 2 Max Ltd acquires an item of machinery on 1 July 2016 for a total acquisition cost of $61,000. The life of the asset is assessed as being six…

HI5002 – National First Bank offers you a home loan

Question 1.  National First Bank offers you a home loan for the next 30 years. The interest rate on the loan is 2.5% per annum. Required: If the bank says that you need to pay $500 each week and the interest rate is compounded weekly, what is the amount of your home loan? What is your monthly payment if you wish to pay monthly instalments and the interest rate is compounding monthly?   Question 2. Giant Equipment Ltd. is considering two projects to invest next year. Both projects have the same start-up costs. Project A will produce annual cash flow of $42 000 at the beginning of each year for eight years. Project B will produce cash flow of $48 000…