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For each separate case below, follow the 3-step process for adjusting the accumulated depreciation account: Step 1: Determine what the current account balance equals. Step 2: Determine what the current account balance should equal. Step 3: Record an adjusting entry to get from step 1 to step 2. Assume no other adjusting entries are made during the year.
a. Accumulated Depreciation. The Krug Company’s Accumulated Depreciation account has a $13,500 balance to start the year. A review of depreciation schedules reveals that $14,600 of depreciation expense must be recorded for the year.
b. Accumulated Depreciation. The company has only one fixed asset (truck) that it purchased at the start of this year. That asset had cost $44,000, had an estimated life of 5 years, and is expected to have zero value at the end of the 5 years.
c. Accumulated Depreciation. The company has only one fixed asset (equipment) that it purchased at the start of this year. That asset had cost $32,000, had an estimated life of 7 years, and is expected to be valued at $4,000 at the end of the 7 years.



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