Acc306 Intermediate Accounting: E13–21 Disclosures of liabilities

Acc306 Intermediate Accounting

E13–21 Disclosures of liabilities
Required:
Indicate (by letter) the way each of the items listed below should be reported in a balance sheet at December 31, 2011.
Reporting Category
N. Not reported
C. Current liability
L. Long-term liability
D. Disclosure note only
A. Asset

Item
1. Commercial paper.
2. Noncommitted line of credit.
3. Customer advances.
4. Estimated warranty cost.
5. Accounts payable.
6. Long-term bonds that will be callable by the creditor in ther upcoming year unless an existing violation is not corrected (there is a reasonable possibility the violation will be corrected within the grace period).
7. Note due March 3, 2012.
8. Interest accrued on note, Dec. 31, 2011.
9. Short-term bank loan to be paid with proceeds of sale of common stock.
10. A determinable gain that is contingent on a future event that appears extremely likely to occur in three months.
11. Unasserted assessment of back taxes that probably will be asserted, in which case there would probably be a loss in six months.
12. Unasserted assessment of back taxes with a reasonable possibility of being asserted, in which case there would probably be a loss in 13 months.
13. A determinable loss from a past event that is contingent on a future event that appears extremely likely to occur in three months.
14. Bond sinking fund.
15. Long-term bonds callable by the creditor in the upcoming year that are not expected to be called.
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