During the month of June 2019, Jim’s Legal services business performed services for a specific customer for which the fee was $3,000. The payment was received in the following month of July.   Required: Was the revenue earned in June or July? Which financial statement assumption does this relate to? What are the differences between the cash basis of accounting and the accrual basis of accounting?

BAO2000 Accounting Information MYOB Assignment (Individual) Semester 2 2021 ASSUME IT IS NOW 1 September 2021.  You are a newly appointed Accountant with "Valentines Furniture Pty Ltd", a retail business who supplies high quality Italian furniture with a store that operates in Melbourne CBD. The owner of “Valentines Furniture Pty Ltd” is Mr Giuseppe Fanuli who has decided to employ you to help his store convert from its current manual accounting system to a new computerised accounting system using MYOB Accounting Right Standard AU 2019.4.0 or any other MYOB version. Now that you are employed as an accountant for the store, your first task will be to set up the MYOB company file by following the detailed requests of Mr Fanuli. After completing the setup process, your next task will be to…

Snap Ltd is a seafood business with headquarters in Apollo Bay. Snap Ltd products include many varieties of seafood but one item lacking in its product range is Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon. The board of Snap Ltd decided to investigate a takeover of a Tasmanian company, Southern Pty Ltd, whose major product is the packaging of Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon. Strategically, Southern Pty Ltd would be a good fit with Snap Ltd as Snap owns two processing factories in Devonport, one of which is under-utilised.  If Southern were acquired, then Snap would liquidate the company and transfer all the processing work to one of the Devonport factories.   The financial statements of Southern Pty Ltd at 1 September 2019 showed the following information:…

On 1 July 2016, Cena Ltd acquired 80% of the shares of Lesnar Ltd for $40 000. The following balances appeared in the records of Lesnar Ltd at this date: Share Capital $20 000 General Reserve     2 000 Retained Earnings   10 000 At 1 July 2016, all the identifiable assets and liabilities of Lesnar Ltd were recorded at fair value except for the following: Carrying amount Fair value Machinery (cost $36 000)  $30 000 $40 000 Inventory 16 000  20 000 Receivables  20 000  18 000 The machinery, which had a remaining useful life of 5 years, was adjusted to fair value after the acquisition date in the consolidation worksheet. The machinery was sold by Lesnar Ltd on 1…

Question You have $50,000 saving and are considering a 30-year investment which is offered in two phases:   Phase 1: Investing that $50,000 as a lump sum in an investment in the securities market for 20 years. Your securities broker recommends two alternative options: Option A pays interest rate of 11.87%, compounding daily. Option B pays interest rate of 12%, compounding quarterly.   Phase 2:  At the end of 20 years, putting the total amount accumulated in the first phase into another investment, which will pay you an equal income at the end of each year for 10 years.   Required:   a) Identify which option should you choose in Phase 1 by computing the effective annual interest rate (EAR)?  …

Question You are an experienced investor in the securities market and you have established an investment portfolio of two blue chips five years ago:  Diamond shares with current market value of $235,000 and Platinum shares with current market value of $355,000.   Required:   a) If your portfolio has provided you with returns of 10.5%, 12.6%, - 11.5%, 14.5% and 15.2% over the past five years, respectively. Calculate geometric average return of the portfolio for this period. b) Assume that data in the table below is available for your portfolio performance, calculate the expected return, variance and standard deviation of the portfolio? Diamond Platinum Expected return 16.5% 23.5% Standard Deviation of return 7% 11% Correlation of coefficient (p) 0.45   c)…

Question 1  Mac Ltd. provides legal advice to customers for fees. On 30 June 2020, Mac Ltd. completed its first year of operations. Some of the ledger account balances of the business, before any financial year end (30 June) adjustments, are provided below:   $ Fees Revenue 442,500 Rent Expense 21,960 Electricity Expense 8,460 Wages Expense 163,200 Advertising Prepaid 2,700   No adjusting entries have been made to these accounts at any time during the year. An analysis of the business records reveals the following.   The total Fees Revenue recorded includes $2,250 that was prepaid by a client as a deposit for legal advice to be provided in July 2020. The balance in Advertising Prepaid represents the amount paid for…

Treasure Island Ltd. currently has the following capital structure:   Debt:  $3,500,000 par value of outstanding non-callable bond that pays annually 10% coupon rate with an annual before-tax yield to maturity of 8.5%. The bond issue has face value of $1,000/bond and will mature in 20 years.   Ordinary shares: 70,000 outstanding ordinary shares. The firm plans to pay a $4.50 dividend per share in the next financial year. The firm is maintaining 5% annual growth rate in dividend, which is expected to continue indefinitely.   Preferred shares: 45 000 outstanding preferred shares with face value of $100, paying fixed dividend rate of 13%.   Company tax rate is 30%.   Required: Complete the following tasks: Calculate the current price of…

You are working as a finance manager for Fire Fox Transport Ltd. The company is considering to invest in one of the two following projects to buy a new equipment for their storage which is expected to boost the company’s revenue. 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 9.5%. The cash flows of the projects are provided below.     Equipment 1 Equipment 2 Cost $157,000 $182,000 Future Cash Flows Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5   67 000 82 000 78 000 64 000 56 000   83 000 94 000 80 000 77 000 73 000  …