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  • Four types of internal control activities are listed below. Describe each of them.1. Segregation of duties2. Authorization procedures and related responsibilities3. Adequate documents and records4. Protection of assets and records

  • Frampton Company has determined, based on past experience, that 15% of all tires sold will need repairs within the warranty period. When customers request a tire repair under the warranty agreement, each visit costs an average of $20 in parts and labor. The company sold 600 tires during the year. Make the journal entry necessary to record

  • Frankel Inc. experienced the following transactions for 2013, its first year of operations:1. Issued common stock for $60,000 cash. 2. Purchased $210,000 of merchandise on account. 3. Sold merchandise that cost $165,000 for $310,000 on account. 4. Collected $288,000 cash from accounts receivable. 5. Paid $190,000 on accounts payable. 6. P

  • Frankel Inc. experienced the following transactions for 2014, its first year of operations:1. Issued common stock for $60,000 cash.2. Purchased $210,000 of merchandise on account.3. Sold merchandise that cost $165,000 for $310,000 on account.4. Collected $278,000 cash from accounts receivable.5. Paid $190,000 on accounts payable.6. Paid $

  • Franklin Company, a telephone service and supply company, has just completed its fourth year of operations. The direct write-off method of recording bad debt expense has been used during the entire period. Because of substantial increases in sales volume and the amount of uncollectible accounts, the firm is considering changing to the all

  • Freeman Co. began operations on January 1, 2010, and completed several transactions during 2010 and 2011 that involved sales on credit, accounts receivable collections, and bad debts. These transactions are summarized as follows. 2010 a. Sold $1,346,800 of merchandise (that had cost $980,300) on credit, terms n/30. b. Received $666,300 ca

  • Freemont Factors provides financing to other companies by purchasing their accounts receivable on a nonrecourse basis. Freemont charges its clients a commission of 15% of all receivables factored. In addition, Freemont withholds 10% of receivables factored as protection against sales returns or other adjustments. Freemont credits the 10%

  • Freida Company accepts both its own credit cards and national credit cards. What are the advantages of accepting both types of cards?

  • Frenchie, Inc., a truck dealership, sells a truck costing $15,000 to Overvalued Company on January 1, 2009, in exchange for a $30,000 note bearing 12 percent interest.Required:1. Prepare the journal entry to record the sale on January 1, 2009.2. Determine how much interest Frenchie will receive if the note is repaid on December 31, 2009.3

  • Fridley Company sells carpeting. Over 50% of all carpet sales are on credit. The following procedures are used by Fridley to process this large number of credit sales and the subsequent collections.a. A formal ledger is not maintained for customers who sign promissory notes. Fridley simply keeps a copy of each signed note in a file cabine

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