Following are a trial balance and the transactions that relate to the City of Patin Heights’ Debt Ser-vice Fund:

1. The city council of Patin Heights adopted the budget for the Debt Service Fund for 2013. The estimated revenues totaled $ 1,000,000, the estimated other financing sources (a transfer from the General Fund) totaled $ 500,000, and the appropriations totaled $ 202,000.
2. The $ 500,000 transfer from the General Fund was recorded although it had not yet been paid to the Debt Service Fund.
3. To provide additional resources to service the bond issue, a property tax was levied upon the citizens. The total levy was $ 1,000,000, of which $ 975,000 was expected to be collected.
4. Property taxes of $ 780,000 were collected.
5. Property tax receivables of $ 5,000 were written off.
6. Income received in cash from investments totaled $ 5,000.
7. Property taxes of $ 150,000 were collected.
8. The fund liability of $ 50,000 for interest on bonds was recorded, and that amount of cash was transferred to the fiscal agent.
9. Investment income of $ 3,000 was received in cash.
10. The fund liabilities for interest on bonds in the amount of $ 50,000 and principal in the amount of $ 100,000 were recorded, and cash for the total amount was transferred to the fiscal agent.
11. The fiscal agent’s fee of $ 1,000 was accrued (credit Vouchers payable).
12. Investment revenue of $ 1,500 was accrued.
13. The transfer accrued in transaction 2 was collected.
14. Investments totaling $ 1,000,000 were purchased. Use the preceding information to do the following: a. Prepare all the journal entries necessary to record these transactions for the Debt Service Fund.
b. Prepare a trial balance for the Debt Service Fund as of December 31, 2013.
c. Prepare a statement of revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund balance for 2013 and a balance sheet as of December 31, 2013, for the Debt Service Fund (assume all fund balance is restricted).
d. Prepare closing entries for the Debt ServiceFund.

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