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Benson City had the following transactions involving resource outflows from its general fund for the year ended June 30, 20X8:
1. During March 20X8, the general fund transferred $150,000 to a capital projects fund to help pay for the construction of a new police station.
2. During August 20X7, the general fund ordered computer equipment at $200,000 estimated cost. The equipment arrived in September 20X7, and a $202,000 invoice was paid.
3. In November 20X7, the city authorized the establishment of an internal service fund for the maintenance of city-owned vehicles. The general fund was authorized to transfer $500,000 to the internal service fund in late November. Of this amount, the internal service fund will repay $200,000 in two years with interest at 6 percent; the remaining $300,000 represents a permanent transfer to the internal service fund.
4. In May 20X8, the general fund paid $15,000 to one of the city's special revenue funds. The amount paid represented a reimbursement to the special revenue fund for expending $15,000 of its resources on behalf of the general fund.
5. During the year ended June 30, 20X8, the general fund received bills from the city's water department totaling $12,000. Of this amount, the general fund had paid all but $500 by June 30, 20X8.
6. During the year ended June 30, 20X8, the general fund acquired supplies costing $35,000 and paid the salaries and wages of its employees totaling $900,000. The general fund uses the purchase method of accounting for its supplies. At June 30, 20X8, unused supplies in the general fund amounted to $5,000.
7. At June 30, 20X8, outstanding encumbrances for goods ordered in the general fund amounted to $25,000. Outstanding encumbrances do not lapse at the end of the fiscal year.
8. On March 15, 20X8, the general fund repaid a local bank $265,000 for a loan of which
$250,000 represented the principal borrowed. The general fund borrowed the money in July 20X7 and used collections of the property tax levy to repay the loan.
9. For the year ended June 30, 20X8, the general fund transferred $95,000 to the city's pension trust fund. The amount transferred represented the employer's contribution to the pension trust on behalf of the employees of the general fund.
10. During May 20X8, the general fund decided to lease several copying machines instead of purchasing them. The lease arrangement was properly accounted for as an operating lease. By June 30, 20X8, the general fund had made lease payments of $10,000 to the owner.

Required
Prepare a schedule showing the amount of expenditures that Benson's general fund should reported on the statement of revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund balance for the year ended June 30, 20X8.



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