Fundamentals of Financial Accounting: PB2-1 Swish Watch Corporation manufactures, sells and services

Fundamentals of Financial Accounting

PB2-1 Determining Financial Statement Effects of Various Transactions
Swish Watch Corporation manufactures, sells and services expensive, ugly watches. The company has been in business for three years. At the end of the most recent year, 2009, the accounting records reported, total assets of $2,255,000 and total liabilities of $1,780,000. During the current year, 2010, the following summarized events occurred:

a. Issued additional shares of stock for $109,000 cash.

b. Borrowed $186,000 cash from the bank and signed a 10-year note.

c. A stockholder sold $5,000 of his stock in Swish Watch Corporation to another investor.

d. Built an addition on the factory for $200,000 and paid cash to the construction company.

e. Purchased equipment for the new addition for $44,000, paying $12,000 in cash and signing a six-month note for the balance.

f. Returned a $4,000 piece of equipment, from (e), because it proved to be defective, received a cash refund.



Required:

1. Complete the spreadsheet that follows, using plus (+) for increases and minus (-) for decrease of each account. The first transaction is used as an example.

2. Did you include event C in the spreadsheet? Why?

3. Based on beginning balances plus complete spreadsheet, provide the following amounts (show computation).

a. Total assets at the end of the year.

b. Total liabilities at the end of the year.

c. Total stockholders' equity at the end of the year.

4. As of December 31, 2012, has the financing for Swish Watch Corporation's investment in assets primarily come from liabilities or stockholders' equity?
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