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Question;taken on Nov 8thQuestion 1.1.To estimate the amount of its uncollectible accounts receivable, a company might: (Points: 2) consult industry publications.look at its past history of uncollectible accounts.take into account the current condition of the economy.all of the above.Question 2.2.On July 1, 2010, Siebens Enterprises loaned $20,000 to Tyler Company for one year at 8 percent interest. Under the terms of the promissory note, Tyler will repay the principal and pay one year?s interest on May 31, 2011. What would be the total amount of receivable related to this loan on Siebens? December 31, 2010 balance sheet? (Points: 2) $20,000$21,600$10,800$20,800Question 3.3.On January 1, 2010 the Accounts Receivable and the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts carried balances of $30,000 and $500, respectively. During the year the company reported $75,000 of credit sales. There were $550 of receivables written-off as uncollectible in 2010. Cash collections of receivables amounted to $74,550. The company estimates that it will be unable to collect one percent (1%) of credit sales. The amount of uncollectible accounts expense recognized in the 2010 income statement will be: (Points: 2) $700$300$750$550Question 4.4.The net realizable value of accounts receivable is calculated: (Points: 2) Accounts Receivable + Uncollectible Accounts Expense.Accounts Receivable + Notes Receivable.Accounts Receivable ? Allowance for Doubtful Accounts.365/Accounts Receivable.Question 5.5.Bay Company began using the allowance method in 2010. On January 1, 2010, Bay had a $3,000 balance in the Accounts Receivable account and a zero balance in the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts account. During 2010, Bay provided $25,000 of service on account. The company collected $21,000 cash from account receivable. Uncollectible accounts are estimated to be 2% of sales on account. The amount of cash flow from operating activities that would appear on the 2010 statement of cash flows is: (Points: 2) $24,000$25,000$17,000$21,000Question 6.6.The amount of accounts receivable that is actually expected to be collected is known as: (Points: 2) net realizable value.uncollectible accounts expense.accounts receivable turnover.allowance for doubtful accounts.Question 7.7.The amount of accounts receivable that is actually expected to be collected is known as: (Points: 2) net realizable value.uncollectible accounts expense.accounts receivable turnover.allowance for doubtful accounts.Question 8.8.Accounts receivable turnover is computed by dividing: (Points: 2) 365 by accounts receivable.sales by accounts receivable.accounts receivable by net income.accounts receivable by sales.Question 9.9.On January 1, 2009, Ziskin Company spent $3,000 on an asset (equipment) to improve its quality. The asset had been purchased on January 1, 2006 for $14,000. The asset had a $2,000 salvage value and a 6-year life. Ziskin uses straight-line depreciation. What would be the amount of depreciation expense for 2009? (Points: 2) $4,500$3,000$6,000$7,200Question 10.10.Which of the following measurements would not be affected by the choice of depreciation methods? (Points: 2) Debt to assets ratioTotal assetsThe ratio of current assets to current liabilitiesReturn on equity ratioQuestion 11.11.Rouse Company owned an asset that had cost $32,000. The company sold the asset on January 1, 2009 for $8,000. Accumulated depreciation on the day of sale amounted to $26,000. Based on this information, the sale would result in a(n): (Points: 2) $8,000 increase in total assets.$6,000 cash inflow in the financing activities section of the cash flow statement.$2,000 decrease in total assets.$8,000 cash inflow in the investing activities section of the cash flow statement.Question 12.12.Zabinski Co. paid $150,000 for a purchase that included land, building, and office furniture. An appraiser provided the following estimates of the market values of the assets if they had been purchased separately: Land, $20,000, Building, $150,000, and Office furniture, $30,000. Based on this information the cost that would be allocated to the land is: (Points: 2) $17,500$20,000$25,000$15,000Question 13.13.Which of the following terms is used to identify the process of expense recognition for buildings and equipment? (Points: 2) AmortizationDepletionDepreciationRevisionQuestion 14.14.Johnson Company purchased a producing oil well for $5,000,000. The well was expected to produce 500,000 barrels of oil over its useful life. During 2009 the company extracted 120,000 barrels of oil. The oil was sold for $40 per barrel. Assuming that the company incurred $1,440,000 in operating expenses other than depletion during 2009, how much net income would Johnson report in 2009? (Points: 2) $2,160,000$480,000$3,360,000$3,560,000Question 15.15.The Harlow Company purchased the Hampton Company for $600,000 cash. The fair market value of Hampton's assets was $520,000 and the company had liabilities of $30,000. What amount of goodwill should Harlow record related to the purchase of Hampton Company? (Points: 2) $110,000$50,000$80,000$0Question 16.16.The recognition of depletion expense acts to: (Points: 2) decrease assets and equity and increase cash flow from operating expenses.increase cash flow from operating activities and does not affect the amount of total assets.increase assets, equity, and cash flow from operating activities.decrease assets and equity, with no effect on cash flow.Question 17.17.The recognition of depletion expense acts to: (Points: 2) decrease assets and equity and increase cash flow from operating expenses.increase cash flow from operating activities and does not affect the amount of total assets.increase assets, equity, and cash flow from operating activities.decrease assets and equity, with no effect on cash flow.Question 18.18.Martin Company has no beginning inventory. Martin purchased 500 units of inventory that cost $5.00 each. At a later date the company purchased an additional 700 units of inventory that cost $6.00 each. Martin sold 900 units of inventory for $8.00. If Martin uses a FIFO cost flow method, the amount of gross margin appearing on the income statement will be: (Points: 2) $2,300$6,200$1,800$2,000Question 19.19.GAAP requires a company to provide financial statement users with information about the accounting methods it has selected (including inventory cost flow methods) this is called the: (Points: 2) consistency principle.financial statement discipline principle.full disclosure principle.cost flow and other inventory principles.Question 20.20.The inventory records for Freer reflected the following:Jan 1Beginning Inventory300 units @ $2.10Jan 12First Purchase400 units @ $2.40Jan 21Second Purchase600 units @ $2.50Jan 31Sales800 units @ $5.00What was Freer?s gross margin for the month of January assuming a FIFO cost flow method? (Points: 2) $2,160$2,410$2,260$2,320

 

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