ACC 122 CUNY Borough of Manhattan Accrual Basis Accounting Records Accounting Quiz i need it ASAP …………………………………………………

ACC 122 CUNY Borough of Manhattan Accrual Basis Accounting Records Accounting Quiz i need it ASAP ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. BMCC – ACCOUNTING 122
PROF. DEIFIK
QUIZ -2
SPRING 2020
Chapter 3
PART I – TRUE/FALSE
Answer the following five questions as to what you believe to be either TRUE OR
FALSE by placing an X to the right of T for TRUE or to the right of F for FALSE.
T
F
1. Accrual Basis accounting records the effect of each transaction as it
occurs – that is, revenues are recorded when earned and expenses recorded when
incurred.
T
F
2. The matching principle (sometimes called the expense recognition
principle) guides accounting for expense and insures the following: (1) all expenses are
recorded when they are incurred during the period and (2) expenses are matched against
the revenues for the period.
T
F
3. An adjusting entry is completed at the end of the accounting period and
records revenues and expenses to the period in which they occur.
T
F
4. Accumulated Depreciation is a contra asset account because it has a
normal credit balance.
T
F
5. The book value of an asset is calculated by taking its cost minus any
accumulated depreciation.
PART II – Mini Problem
Prepare in journal entry form, the following six (6) adjusting entries for Acme Car
Detailers (Acme) at year ended 12/31/19:
6.
Acme prepaid a year’s worth of its insurance on July 1, 2019 amounting to
$1,200 as a way to lower its insurance costs. The bookkeeper recorded the prepaid
insurance as follows:
Prepaid Insurance
$1,200
Cash
$1,200
To record a year’s worth of prepaid insurance.
You need to record the adjusting entry for any insurance expense at year-end for
the portion of the pre-paid insurance that has now expired or is now used up. As a
hint:
Debit: Insurance Expense
Credit: ?
$600
7.
Acme had purchased $2,000 worth of office supplies on March 17, 2019. A count
of the office supplies at December 31, 2019 finds that only $1,000 was leftover. The
bookkeeper recorded the purchase of the office supplies as follows:
Supplies
$2,000
Cash
$2,000
To record the purchase of office supplies.
You need to record the adjusting entry for the supplies that had been consumed or
used up by the Acme.
8.
Acme had purchased 3 years ago, a truck to do mobile car detailing. The truck
cost $30,000. It has a 5 year useful life with no residual value. The truck is
depreciated by use of the straight line method and therefore gets depreciated by
$6,000 each year.
The bookkeeper recorded the purchase of the truck as follows:
Truck
$30,000
Auto Loan
To record the purchase of a truck.
$30,000
You need to record the year’s depreciation expense for the truck for 2019. As a hint:
Debit Depreciation Expense
Credit: ?
$6,000
9.
You determined that at the end of 2019, Acme’s year-end falls on a Thursday.
You also determine that it pays its employees each week on Fridays and therefore an
adjusting entry needs to be made to properly record its wage expense and wages payable.
The portion of the wages that belong in 2019 amounts to $1,000.
You need to record the adjusting entry to reflect the wages that belong in 2019. As a
hint:
Debit: Wage Expense
Credit: ?
$1,0000
10.
You learn that Acme completed a car detailing project for a major customer on
December 31, 2019 but never invoiced its customer until January 4, 2020. The project
earns Acme $10,000.
You need to record the adjusting entry so that Acme’s books reflect the income
from the completion of the detailing project along with the related accounts
receivable. Hint:
Debit: Accounts Receivable
Credit: ?
$10,000
Chapter 4
PART III – FILL IN THE PROPER ANSWER IN THE BLANKS
11.
The revenue and expense accounts of a business are closed out into the
___________ Summary Account.
12. The Adjusted Trial Balance on a worksheet is then broken out wherein a portion of
the debits and credits would go to the ___________ Statement Section and the other
portion would go to the ___________ Sheet section.
13.
Set forth the components to the Statement of Owners Equity. Name as many as
you can.
14. In no more than 2-3 sentences, describe the purpose of preparing closing entries.
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
15. Ringo Starr is the owner of Ringo Ring Cleaners. He withdrew $20,000 during the
year. In closing out this account at year end, what journal entry would you make to wipe
out the balance so that the account restarts from zero for the following year?
PART IV – COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING PROBLEM SET OUT IN FIVE PARTS,
NUMBERED 16-20. You should show all of your work to receive full and/or partial
credit (based upon the Professor’s discretion).
Stan Purple hires you to be his accountant for his SAT Preparatory business. His business
prepares high school students to better perform on the SAT.
At year end you find that the SAT Preparatory business has the following Adjusted Trial
Balance:
Cash
A/R
Loan Payable
Stan Green Capital
Withdrawals
Service Revenue
Wage Expense
Rent Expense
Office Supplies Expense
Telephone Expense
Debit
$11,000
$ 2,500
Credit
$10,000
$ 1,000
$ 2,500
$14,000
$ 4,500
$ 2,600
$ 400
$ 1,500
_______
$25,000
_______
$25,000
16.
Prepared the closing entry to close out the Revenue Account.
17.
Prepare the closing entry or entries to close out the Expense Accounts.
18.
Prepare the closing entry to close out the Income Summary Account.
19. Prepare the closing entry to close out the Withdrawals Account.
20. Prepare the Statement of Owners Equity.

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