Our academic experts are ready and waiting to assist with any writing project you may have. From simple essay plans, through to full dissertations, you can guarantee we have a service perfectly matched to your needs.
GET A 40% DISCOUNT ON YOU FIRST ORDER
Question Required: #1. Prepare journal entries to record the December transactions in the General Journal Tab in the excel template file “Accounting Cycle Excel Template.xlsx”. Use the following accounts as appropriate: Cash, Accounts Receivable, Supplies, Prepaid Insurance, Equipment, Accumulated Depreciation, Accounts Payable, Wages Payable, Common Stock, Retained Earnings, Dividends, Service Revenue, Depreciation Expense, Wages Expense, Supplies Expense, Rent Expense, and Insurance Expense.
1-Dec Began business by depositing $8000 in a bank account in the name of the company in exchange for 800 shares of $10 per share common stock. 1-Dec Paid the rent for the current month, $1200 . 1-Dec Paid the premium on a one-year insurance policy, $1200 . 1-Dec Purchased Equipment for $4800 cash. 5-Dec Purchased office supplies from XYZ Company on account, $300 . 15-Dec Provided services to customers for $8200 cash. 16-Dec Provided service to customers ABC Inc. on account, $6700 . 21-Dec Received $2900 cash from ABC Inc., customer on account. 23-Dec Paid $170 to XYZ company for supplies purchased on account on December 5 . 28-Dec Paid wages for the period December 1 through December 28, $4760 . 30-Dec Declared and paid dividend to stockholders $200 .
- 2. Post all of the December transactions from the “General Journal” tab to the T-accounts under the “T-Accounts” tab in the excel template file “Accounting Cycle Excel Template.xlsx”. Assume there are no beginning balances in any of the accounts.
- 3. Compute the balance for each T-account after all of the entries have been posted. These are the unadjusted balance as of December 31.
- 4. Prepare the unadjusted trial balance under the “Unadjusted Trial Balance” tab in the excel template file “Accounting Cycle Excel Template.xlsx” . Provide the total of the credit column from the Unadjusted Trial Balance
- 5. Record the following four transactions as adjusting entries under the “General Journal” tab. 31-Dec One month’s insurance has been used by the company $100. 31-Dec The remaining inventory of unused office supplies is $90. 31-Dec The estimated depreciation on equipment is $80. 31-Dec Wages incurred from December 29 to December 31 but not yet paid or recorded total $510.
- 6. Post all of the adjusting entries to the T-accounts under the “T-Accounts” tab. Compute the balance for each T-account after all of the adjusting entries have been posted. These are the adjusted balance as of December 31.
- 7. Prepare the adjusted trial balance under the “Adjusted Trial Balance” tab as of December 31 in the excel template file “Accounting Cycle Excel Template.xlsx” . Provide the following accounts balances from the Adjusted Trial Balance: Cash
- 8. Prepare Income Statement, Statement of Stockholder’s Equity, and Classified Balance Sheet under the “Financial Statements” tab for the month ended December 31, 20XX in the excel template file “Accounting Cycle Excel Template.xlsx”. Provide the following amount from the Income Statement: Service Revenue
Provide the following account balance from the Statement of Stockholders’ Equity: Dividends
Provide the following account balances from the Balance Sheet: Current Assets
Total Stockholder’s Equity
- 9. Record the closing entries under the “General Journal” tab.
- 10. Post all of the closing entries to the T-accounts under the “T-Accounts” tab. Compute the balance for each T-account after all of the closing entries have been posted.
Provide the ending balance of Cash at December 31 from the T-account
Provide the balance of the Retained Earnings T-account after closing entries have been posted.
Does the ending balance of the Retained Earnings T-account agree with the balance of Retained Earnings on the Balance Sheet?
Check Point: Total Assets $ 16,480.00