Refer to E 29 and respond to the following requirements. Data in E 2-9 Prepare the necessary


Refer to E 2–9 and respond to the following requirements. 

Data in E 2-9

Prepare the necessary adjusting entries on December 31, 2024, for the Microchip Company for each of the following  situations. Assume that no financial statements were prepared during the year and no adjusting entries were recorded.
1. On October 1, 2024, Microchip lent $90,000 to another company. A note was signed with principal and 8%  interest to be paid on September 30, 2025.
2. On November 1, 2024, the company paid its landlord $6,000 representing rent for the months of November through January. Prepaid rent was debited at the time of payment.
3. On August 1, 2024, collected $12,000 in advance rent from another company that is renting a portion of Microchip’s factory. The $12,000 represents one year’s rent and the entire amount was credited to deferred  rent revenue at the time cash was received.
4. Depreciation on office equipment is $4,500 for the year.
5. Vacation pay for the year that had been earned by employees but not paid to them or recorded is $8,000. The  company records vacation pay as salaries expense.
6. Microchip began the year with $2,000 in its asset account, supplies. During the year, $6,500 in supplies  were purchased and debited to supplies. At year-end, supplies costing $3,250 remain on hand.

1. If Microchip’s accountant employed reversing entries for accruals, which adjusting entries would she likely reverse at the beginning of the following year?
2. Prepare the adjusting entries at the end of 2024 for the adjustments you identified in requirement 1.
3. Prepare the appropriate reversing entries at the beginning of 2025.

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