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  • Rolling Hills Golf Inc. was organized on July 1, 2012. Quarterly financial statements are prepared. The trial balance and adjusted trial balance on September 30 are shown here.Instructions(a) Journalize the adjusting entries that were made.(b) Prepare an income stateme....

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  • Ron Singer is puzzled. His company had a profit margin of 10% in 2012. He feels that this is an indication that the company is doing well. Teresa Ridley, his accountant, says that more information is needed to determine the company’s financial well-being. Who is corre....

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  • Saigon Building Supply was organized and began operations on January 1, 2004. At December 31, 2005, it reported the following stockholders’ equity section on its comparative balance sheet.The company reported net income of $75,000 for calendar year 2004 and $125,000 ....

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  • Sales at Borderline Insurance Agency are expected to double during the coming year. The company has been growing in recent years but generally has no trouble hiring more agents or leasing additional equipment when needed. If a large portion of the company’s costs are ....

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  • Sales at Tulip Manufacturing Company are expected to double during the coming year. The company has unused capacity available and should be able to handle the new business. If a large portion of the company’s costs are fixed, what would you expect to happen to profits....

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  • Sales discounts and sales returns are accounted for as reductions of revenue. If they were accounted for as expenses, wouldn’t the effect on net income be the same? Why not just treat sales discounts and sales returns as expenses?

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  • Sam Mead is the chief executive officer of Alemeda Electronics. Mead is an expert engineer but a novice in accounting. Mead asks you, as an accounting major, to explain (a) the bases for comparison in analyzing Alemeda financial statements and (b) the limitations, if an....

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  • San Diego Company has 4,000 shares of $100 par value, 7% cumulative preferred stock outstanding. In addition, the company has 10,000 shares of common stock outstanding. The company began operations and issued both classes of stock on January 1, 2004. The total amount of....

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  • San Miguel Company manufactures specialized industrial equipment. The equipment often is sold under credit terms that provide for payment over a two- or three-year period. A substantial prepayment is required before equipment is manufactured. The purchaser accepts title....

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  • Sanchez Development Company uses the installment sales method to account for some of its installment sales. On October 1, 2011, Sanchez sold a parcel of land to the Kreuze Corporation for $4 million. This amount was not considered significant relative to Sanchez's other....

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