Question: On January 1 20X1 Kiner Company formed a foreign subsidiary

On January 1, 20X1, Kiner Company formed a foreign subsidiary that issued all of its currently outstanding common stock on that date. Selected accounts from the balance sheets, all of which are shown in local currency units, are as follows:

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1. Exchange rates are as follows:
January 1, 20X1–July 31, 20X1 2.0 = 1
August 1, 20X1–October 31, 20X1 1.8 = 1
November 1, 20X1–June 30, 20X2 1.7 = 1
July 1, 20X2–December 31, 20X2 1.5 = 1
Average monthly rate for 20X1 1.9 = 1
Average monthly rate for 20X2 1.6 = 1
2. An analysis of the accounts receivable balance is as follows:

3. An analysis of inventories, for which the first-in, first-out inventory method is used, follows:

4. On January 1, 20X1, Kiner’s foreign subsidiary purchased land for 24,000 LCU and plant and equipment for 140,000 LCU. On July 4, 20X2, additional equipment was purchased for 30,000 LCU. Plant and equipment is being depreciated on a straight-line basis over a 10-year period with no residual value. A full year’s depreciation is taken in the year of purchase.
5. On January 15, 20X1, 7 percent bonds with a face value of 120,000 LCU were issued. These bonds mature on January 15, 20X7, and the interest is paid semiannually on July 15 and January
15. The first interest payment was made on July 15, 20X1.

Prepare a schedule remeasuring the selected accounts into U.S. dollars for December 31, 20X1, and December 31, 20X2, respectively, assuming the U.S. dollar is the functional currency for the foreign subsidiary. The schedule should be prepared using the followingform:

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