Canliss Milling Company purchased machinery on January 2, 2009, for $800,000. A five-year life was estimated and no residual value was anticipated. Canliss decided to use the double-declining balance method and recorded depreciation of $320,000 in 2009 and $192,000 in 2010. Early in 2011, the company changed its depreciation method to the straight-line method.
1. Briefly describe the way Canliss should report this accounting change in the 2010–2011 comparative financial statements.
2. Prepare any 2011 journal entry related to the change.