Four different companies Chang Henry Nagel and Wilcox show the same balance
Four different companies—Chang, Henry, Nagel, and Wilcox—show the same balance sheet data at the beginning and end of a year. These data, exclusive of the amount of stockholders’ equity, are summarized as follows:


On the basis of the preceding data and the following additional information for the year, determine the net income (or loss) of each company for the year.
Company Chang: No additional capital stock was issued, and no dividends were paid.
Company Henry: No additional capital stock was issued, but dividends of $90,000 were paid.
Company Nagel: Capital stock of $125,000 was issued, but no dividends were paid.
Company Wilcox: Capital stock of $125,000 was issued, and dividends of $90,000 werepaid.
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