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Description: You have been charged with preparing year-end adjusting entries along with a multiple-step income statement and a classified balance sheet for Fat Tire, Inc., a wholesaler of bicycles and bicycle parts. The financial statements will cover the year ended December 31, 2011. A December 31 bank reconciliation, an unadjusted trial balance, and other information to help with the adjusting entries that follow. Fat Tire, Inc. Bank Reconciliation December 31, 2011 Balance per Bank Statement $293,350 Deposits in Transit $4,500 Bank Error (See note 1 below) 1,200 Outstanding Checks (2,000) 3,700 Adjusted Balance $297,050 Balance per Fat Tire's Books $300,000 Interest Earned per bank statement $500 NSF Check (See note 2 below) (175) December bank service charges (125) Book Error (See note 3 below) (3,150) (2,950) Adjusted Balance $297,050 note 1: The bank incorrectly charged Fat Tire's account for a fee that belonged to another client of the bank. note 2: The bank returned a bad check deposited by Fat Tire that represented a receipt of payment from one of Fat Tire's customers. note 3: A check for $3,500 to pay an Accounts Payable balance was incorrectly recorded as $350 on Fat Tire's books. Fat Tire, Inc. Unadjusted Trial Balance December 31, 2011 Debit Credit Accounts Payable $50,000 Accounts Receivable $425,700 Accumulated Depreciation (Equipment) 7,292 Accumulated Depreciation (Furniture & Fixtures) 29,500 Advertising Expense 18,000 Allowance for Doubtful Accounts 2,000 Cash 300,000 Common Stock 200,000 Cost of Goods Sold 2,622,750 Depreciation Expense 7,792 Equipment 10,000 Furniture & Fixtures 60,000 Income Tax Expense 229,034 Insurance Expense 15,000 Interest Revenue 5,200 Inventory 350,000 Miscellaneous Operating Expense 2,500 Note Payable 40,000 Payroll Tax Expense 21,160 Prepaid Insurance 21,000 Rent Expense 168,000 Rent Revenue 3,000 Retained Earnings 247,944 Salary Expense 264,500 Sales Discounts 30,000 Sales Returns 35,000 Sales Revenue 4,035,000 Supplies Expense 17,000 Unearned Rent 1,500 Utilities Expense 24,000 Totals $4,621,436 $4,621,436 Information related to adjusting entries: 1. No entries have been made for the December 31 bank reconciliation. 2. Fat Tire pays employees and all payroll related liabilities semi-monthly. Each payment of payroll related liabilities is for the previous pay period. Thus, Fat Tire needs to accrue salaries and payroll related expenses for the December 16th-31st pay period. The following information was obtained for the last pay period of the year. Gross Pay = $11,500 Federal Income Tax withholding rate = 20% FICA withholding rate = 8% FICA rate for the employer = 8% Assume no unemployment taxes were incurred during the pay period. Fat Tire maintains a liability account Federal Income Tax withholdings and a separate liability account for all other payroll related tax liabilities. 3. The Allowance for Doubtful accounts is adjusted at the end of each year using the percentage of sales method. Fat Tires estimates that 1% of net sales will go uncollected. 4. The Prepaid Insurance balance represents a $36,000 one-year policy that began on July 1. The company adjusts any prepaid items on a monthly basis. 5. Fat Tire decided to sublease some of its rental space. On October 1, the company received $4,500 in advance from a neighboring business for 3 month’s rent. The lease period began on October 1. Fat Tire adjusts rent related accounts on a monthly basis. 6. Furniture and Fixtures were acquired on January 2, 2007 at a cost of $60,000. Management selected a 10 year life with no residual value. Fat Tire depreciates Furniture and Fixtures on a monthly basis using the straight-line method of depreciation. 7. The Equipment was purchased on January 2, 2010 at a cost of $10,000. Management selected a four year life with a $1,000 residual value. Fat Tire depreciates Equipment on a monthly basis using the double-declining balance method of depreciation. To obtain the monthly amount, management has decided to calculate the depreciation for the year and then record 1/12 of that amount each month. 8. The Note Payable was issued on December 1, 2011. The terms of the note state that the principal and interest is to be paid two years from the issuance date. The interest rate stated on the note is 3 percent. 9. Fat Tire makes quarterly payments for its income taxes. No entry has been made for the fourth quarter income taxes of 2011 which will be paid in 2012. To make this entry, you will have to determine the Income Before Tax for the year. One-fourth of that amount represents income earned in the fourth quarter. Fat Tire’s corporate tax rate is 40%. Required: 1. Prepared the adjusting entries required on December 31, 2011. 2. Prepared a multiple-step income statement. 3. Prepare a classified balance sheet. Note: If it helps, prepare a schedule like we completed in requirement #2 of Problem 3-54. It may help organize your data prior to preparing the financial statements.
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