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Glenn Grimes is the founder and president of Heartland Construction, a real estate development venture. The business transactions during February while the company was being organized are listed below.
Feb. 1 Grimes and several others invested $500,000 cash in the business in exchange for 25,000 shares of capital stock.
Feb. 10 The Company purchased office facilities for $300,000, of which $100,000 was applicable to the land and $200,000 to the building. A cash payment of $60,000 was made and a note payable was issued for the balance of the purchase price.
Feb. 16 Computer equipment was purchased from PC World for $12,000 cash.
Feb. 18 Office furnishings were purchased from Hi-Way Furnishings at a cost of $9,000.
A $1,000 cash payment was made at the time of purchase, and an agreement was made to pay the remaining balance in two equal installments due March 1 and April 1.
Hi-Way Furnishings did not require that Heartland sign a promissory note.
Feb. 22 Office supplies were purchased from Office World for $300 cash.
Feb. 23 Heartland discovered that it paid too much for a computer printer purchased on
February 16. The unit should have cost only $359, but Heartland was charged $395. PC World promised to refund the difference within seven days.
Feb. 27 Mailed Hi-Way Furnishings the first installment due on the account payable for office furnishings purchased on February 18.
Feb. 28 Received $36 from PC World in full settlement of the account receivable created on
February 23.
Instructions
Prepare journal entries to record the above transactions. Select the appropriate account titles from the following chart of accounts:
Cash.............................Land
Accounts Receivable......................Office Building
Office Supplies........................Notes Payable
Office Furnishings......................Accounts Payable
Computer Systems........................Capital Stock
Indicate the effects of each transaction on the company’s assets, liabilities, and owners’ equity for the month of February. Organize your analysis in tabular form as shown for the February 1transaction:


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