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Chapter 8 Sample Problems
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5. Brickman Corporation uses the allowance method
to account for uncollectible receivables. At the
beginning of the year, Allowance for Bad Debts
had a credit balance of 1,000. During the year
Brickman wrote off uncollectible receivables of
2,100. Brickman recorded Bad Debts expense of
2,700. What is Brickmans year-end balance in
Allowance for Bad Debts?
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6. Brickman Company uses the allowance method to
account for uncollectible receivables. At the
beginning of the year, Allowance for Bad Debts
had a credit balance of 1,000. During the year
Brickman wrote off uncollectible receivables of
2,100. Brickman recorded Bad Debts Expense of
2,700. Brickmans year-end balance in Allowance
for Bad Debts is 1,600. Brickmans ending
balance of Accounts Receivable is 19,500.
Compute the net realizable value of Accounts
Receivable at year-end.
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7. At December 31 year-end, Crain Corporation has
an 8,400 note receivable from a customer.
Interest of 10 has accrued for 10 months on the
note. What will Crains financial statements
report for this situation?
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8. At December 31 year-end, Crain Corporation has
an 8,400 note receivable from a customer.
Interest of 10 has accrued for 10 months on the
note. What will Crains income statement for the
year ended December 31 report for this situation?
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9. At year-end, Schultz, Inc. has cash of
11,600, current accounts receivable of 48,900,
merchandise inventory of 37,900, and prepaid
expenses totaling 5,100. Liabilities of 55,900
must be paid net year. What is Schultzs
acid-test ratio? (Round your answer to two
decimal places).
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10. At yearend, Schultz has cash of 11,600,
current accounts receivable of 48,900,
merchandise inventory of 37,900, and prepaid
expenses totaling 5,100. Liabilities of 55,900
must be paid next year. Assume accounts
receivable had a beginning balance of 67,400 and
net credit sales for the current year totaled
807,800. How many days did it take Schultz to
collect its average level of receivables? (Assume
365 days/year. Round any interim calculations to
two decimal places. Round the number of days to
the nearest whole number.)
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• 11. On June 1, Perfect Performance Cell Phones
sold 18,000 of merchandise to Alright Trucking
Company on account. Alright fell on hard times
and on July 15 paid only 7,000 of the account
receivable. After repeated attempts to collect,
Perfect Performance finally wrote off its
accounts receivable from Alright on September 5.
Six months later, March 5, Perfect Performance
received Alrights check for 11,000 with a note
apologizing for the late payment.

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12. At January 1, 2016, White Top Flagpoles had
Accounts Receivable of 28,000, and Allowance for
Bad Debts had a credit balance of 3,000. During
the year, White Top Flagpoles recorded the
following
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13. At January 1, 2016, Windy Mountain Flagpoles
had Accounts Receivable of 26,000 and Allowance
for Bad Debts had a credit balance of 3,000.
During the year, Windy Mountain Flagpoles
recorded the following
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• 14. At December 31, 2016, the Accounts Receivable
balance of CVM Manufacture is 230,000. The
Allowance for Bad Debts account has a 24,475
debit balance. CVM Manufacture prepares the
following aging schedule for its accounts
receivable
• Requirements
• Journalize the year-end adjusting entry for bad
debts on the basis of the aging schedule. Show
the T-account for the Allowance for Bad Debts at
December 31, 2016.
• Show how CVM Manufacture will report its net
accounts receivable on its December 31, 2016,
balance sheet.

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• 15. Consider the following transactions for
Birds Eye Music.
• Journalize all transactions for Birds Eye Music.
Round all amounts to the nearest dollar. (For
notes states in days, use a 360-day year.) (Round
your final answers to the nearest whole dollar.
Record debits first, then credits. Exclude
explanations from journal entries).
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