Holiday Laboratories purchased a high speed
industrial centrifuge at a cost of $420,000. Shipping costs totaled $15,000.
Foundation work to house the centrifuge cost $8,000. An additional water line had
to be run to the equipment at a cost of $3,000. Labor and testing costs totaled
$6,000. Materials used up in testing cost $3,000.

The capitalized cost is:

A. $455,000.
B. $446,000.
C. $437,000.
D. $435,000.

Vijay Inc. purchased a 3-acre tract of land
for a building site for $320,000. On the land was a building with an appraised
value of $120,000. The company demolished the old building at a cost of
$12,000, but was able to sell scrap from the building for $1,500. The cost of
title insurance was $900 and attorney fees for reviewing the contract was $500.
Property taxes paid were $3,000, of which $250 covered the period subsequent to
the purchase date.

The capitalized cost of the
land is:

A. $336,400.
B. $336,150.
C. $334,650.
D. $201,150.

Simpson and Homer Corporation acquired an
office building on three acres of land for a lump-sum price of $2,400,000. The
building was completely furnished. According to independent appraisals, the
fair values were $1,300,000, $780,000, and $520,000 for the building, land, and
furniture and fixtures, respectively.

The initial values of the building, land, and furniture and fixtures
would be:

A. $1,300,000, $780,000, $520,000.
B. $1,200,000, $720,000, $480,000.
C. $720,000, $1,200,000, $480,000.
D. These figures are not accurate

When bonds are sold at a discount, if the
annual straight-line amortization amount is compared to the annual effective interest
amortization amount over the life of the bond issue, the annual amount of the
straight-line amortization of discount is:

than the effective interest amount every year.

than the effective interest amount in the early years and less than the
effective interest amount in the later years.

than the effective interest amount in the early years and more than the
effective interest amount in the later years.

than the effective interest amount every year.

On January 1, 2009, Zebra Corporation
issued 1,000 of its 8%, $1,000 bonds at 98. Interest is payable semiannually on
January 1 and July 1. The bonds mature on January 1, 2019. Zebra paid $50,000
in bond issue costs. Zebra uses the straight-line amortization method. What is
the bond carrying value reported in the December 31, 2009, balance sheet?

A. $1,045,000.
B. $1,040,000.
C. $987,000.
D. $982,000.

When bonds include detachable warrants,
what is the appropriate accounting for the cash proceeds from the bond

A. The
proceeds from the bond issue are allocated between the bonds and the warrants
on the basis of their relative market values.

B. The
proceeds from the bond issue are allocated between the bonds and the warrants
on the basis of their relative face values.

C. A
nominal amount is allocated to the warrants.

D. All of
the proceeds are allocated to the bonds.

On January 2, 2009, Tobias Company began
using straight-line depreciation for a certain class of assets. In the past,
the company had used double-declining-balance depreciation for these assets. As
of January 2, 2009, the amount of the change in accumulated depreciation is
$40,000. The appropriate tax rate is 40%. The separately reported change in
2009 earnings is:

A. An increase of $40,000.
B. A decrease of $40,000.
C. An increase of $24,000.
D. None of these are correct.

B Company switched from the sum-of-the-years-digits
depreciation method to straight-line depreciation in 2009. The change affects
machinery purchased at the beginning of 2007 at a cost of $72,000. The
machinery has an estimated life of five years and an estimated residual value
of $3,600. What is B’s 2009 depreciation expense?

A. $ 8,400
B. $13,680
C. $15,840
D. $ 9,120

Retrospective restatement usually is
appropriate for a change in which one of the following? Choose A, B, C, or D.

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In 2009, internal auditors discovered that
Fay, Inc. had debited an expense account for the $700,000 cost of a machine
purchased on January 1, 2006. The machine’s useful life was expected to be 5
years with no residual value. Straight-line depreciation is used by Fay. The
journal entry to correct the error will include a credit to accumulated
depreciation of:

A. $140,000.
B. $280,000.
C. $420,000.
D. $700,000.

During 2009, P Company discovered that the
ending inventories reported on its financial statements were incorrect by the
following amounts:

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P Company uses the periodic inventory system to ascertain year-end quantities
that are converted to dollar amounts using the FIFO cost method. Prior to any
adjustments for these errors and ignoring income taxes, P’s retained earnings
at January 1, 2009 would be

A. Correct as stated.
B. $ 30,000 overstated.
C. $150,000 overstated.
D. $270,000 overstated.

A change that uses the prospective approach
is accounted for by:

A. Implementing it in the current year.
B. Reporting pro forma data.
C. Retrospective restatement of all prior financial statements in a
comparative annual report.
D. Giving current recognition of the past effect of the change.

Which of the following accounting changes
should not be accounted for prospectively?

A. The correction of an error.
B. A change from declining balance to straight-line depreciation.
C. A change from straight-line to declining balance depreciation.
D. A change in the expected salvage value of a depreciable asset.

Issued stock refers to the number of

A. Outstanding plus treasury shares.
B. Shares issued for cash.
C. In the hand of shareholders.
D. That may be issued under state law.

The common stock account on a company’s balance
sheet is measured as:

A. The
number of common shares outstanding multiplied by the stock’s par value per

B. The
number of common shares outstanding multiplied by the stock’s current market
value per share.

C. The
number of common shares issued multiplied by the stock’s par value per share.

D. None of
these is correct. The correct answer and rationale for your answer are shown

Roberto Corporation was organized on
January 1, 2009. The firm was authorized to issue 100,000 shares of $5 par
common stock. During 2009, Roberto had the following transactions relating to
shareholders’ equity:

Issued 10,000 shares of common stock at $7
per share.

Issued 20,000 shares of common stock at $8
per share.

Reported a net income of $100,000.

Paid dividends of $50,000.Purchased 3,000
shares of treasury stock at $10 (part of the 20,000 shares issued at $8).

What is total
shareholders’ equity at the end of 2009?

A. $270,000.
B. $300,000.
C. $250,000.
D. $200,000.

par value of shares issued is normally recorded in the:
A. Paid-in capital in excess of par account.
B. Common stock account.
C. Retained earnings account.
D. Appropriated retained earnings account.

owners of a corporation are its shareholders. If a corporation has only one
class of shares, they typically are labeled common shares. Each of the
following are ownership rights held by common shareholders, unless specifically
withheld by agreement except:

right to vote on policy issues.

right to share in profits when dividends are declared (in proportion to the
percentage of shares owned by the shareholder).

right to dividends equal to a stated rate time par value (if dividends are

right to share in the distribution of any assets remaining at liquidation after
other claims are satisfied.

a futures contract is used to hedge a debt sale, and interest rates go down causing
debt security prices to rise, the potential benefit of being able to issue debt
at that lower interest rate (higher price) will be offset by a loss on the
futures position.

statement is: True False

is used to deal with exposure to:
A. Fair value risk.
B. Cash flow risk.
C. Foreign exchange risk.
D. All of these are correct.

notes would not include:

A. Depreciation methods used and estimated useful life.
B. Definition of cash equivalents.
C. Details of pension plans.
D. Data to adjust the financial statements so that they are not

Management Discussion and Analysis section of the annual report can best be
described as:

A. Frank but objective.
B. Independent but precise.
C. Legalistic and lengthy.
D. Biased but informative.

quick ratio is:

A. The liquidity ratio divided by the equity ratio.
B. Current assets minus inventory divided by current liabilities minus
accounts payable.
C. Current assets minus inventory and prepaid items divided by current
D. Cash divided by accounts payable.

financial statement data for Harmony Health Foods (HHF) Inc. is shown below.

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HHF’s debt-to-equity
ratio is:

A. 0.75.
B. 1.13.
C. 0.53.
D. 1.80.

of the following is not a required segment reporting disclosure according to
International Accounting Standards?

A. Segment profit or loss.
B. Segment assets.
C. Segment liabilities.
D. All are required disclosures.