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On May 1, 2011, Javier Munoz opened Javier’s Repair Service, Inc. During the month, he completed the following transactions for the company:
May 1 Began business by depositing $5,000 in a bank account in the name of the company in exchange for 500 shares of $10 par value common stock.
1 Paid the rent for a store for current month, $425.
1 Paid the premium on a one-year insurance policy, $480.
2 Purchased repair equipment from Motley Company, $4,200. Terms were $600 down and $300 per month for one year. First payment is due June 1.
5 Purchased repair supplies from AWD Company on credit, $468.
8 Paid cash for an advertisement in a local newspaper, $60.
15 Received cash repair revenue for the first half of the month, $400.
21 Paid AWD Company on account, $225.
31 Received cash repair revenue for the second half of May, $975.
31 Declared and paid a cash dividend, $300.

REQUIRED FOR MAY
1. Prepare journal entries to record the May transactions.
2. Open the following accounts: Cash (111); Prepaid Insurance (117); Repair Supplies (119); Repair Equipment (144); Accumulated Depreciation—Repair Equipment (145); Accounts Payable (212); Income Taxes Payable (213); Common Stock (311); Retained Earnings (312); Dividends (313); Income Summary (314); Repair Revenue (411); Store Rent Expense (511); Advertising Expense (512); Insurance Expense (513); Repair Supplies Expense (514); Depreciation Expense—Repair Equipment (515); and Income Taxes Expense (516). Post the May entries to the ledger accounts.
3. Using the following information, record adjusting entries in the journal and post to the ledger accounts; (a) one month’s insurance has expired; (b) remaining inventory of unused repair supplies, $169; (c) estimated depreciation on repair equipment, $70; and (d) estimated income taxes, $50.
4. From the accounts in the ledger, prepare an adjusted trial balance. (Normally a trial balance is prepared before adjustments but is omitted here to save time.)
5. From the adjusted trial balance, prepare an income statement, a statement of retained earnings, and a balance sheet for May.
6. Prepare and post closing entries.
7. Prepare a post-closing trial balance.

(OPTIONAL)
During June, Javier Munoz completed these transactions for Javier’s Repair Service, Inc.:
June 1 Paid the monthly rent, $425.
1 Made the monthly payment to Motley Company, $300.
6 Purchased additional repair supplies on credit from AWD Company, $863.
15 Received cash repair revenue for the first half of the month, $914.
20 Paid cash for an advertisement in the local newspaper, $60.
23 Paid AWD Company on account, $600.
30 Received cash repair revenue for the last half of the month, $817.
30 Declared and paid a cash dividend, $300.
8. Prepare and post journal entries to record the June transactions.
9. Using the following information, record adjusting entries in the journal and post to the ledger accounts; (a) one month’s insurance has expired; (b) remaining inventory of unused repair supplies, $413; (c) estimated depreciation on repair equipment, $70; and (d) estimated income taxes, $50.
10. From the accounts in the ledger, prepare an adjusted trial balance.
11. From the adjusted trial balance, prepare the June income statement, statement of retained earnings, and balance sheet.
12. Prepare and post closing entries.
13. Prepare a post-closing trial balance.



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