Financial Accounting: Comprehensive Problem - Packard Company has the following opening account

Financial Accounting

COMPREHENSIVE PROBLEM: CHAPTERS 3 to 7
Packard Company has the following opening account balances in its general and subsidiary ledgers on January 1 and uses the periodic inventory system. All accounts have normal debit and credit balances.
General Ledger
Account Number Account Title January 1 Opening Balance
101 Cash 33,750
112 Accounts Receivable 13,000
115 Notes Receivable 39,000
120 Merchandise Inventory 20,000
125 Office Supplies 1,000
130 Prepaid Insurance 2,000
157 Equipment 6,450
158 Accumulated Depreciation 1,500
201 Accounts Payable 35,000
301 I. Packard, Capital 78,700

Accounts Receivable Subsidiary Ledger Accounts Payable Subsidiary Ledger
Customer January 1 Opening Balance Creditor January 1 Opening Balance
R. Draves 1,500 S. Kosko 9,000
B. Hachinski 7,500 R. Mikush 15,000
S. Ingles 4,000 D. Moreno 11,000

Jan. 3 Sell merchandise on account to B. Remy $3,100, invoice no. 510, and J. Fine $1,800, invoice no. 511.
5 Purchase merchandise on account from S. Yost $3,000 and D. Laux $2,700.
7 Receive checks for $4,000 from S. Ingles and $2,000 from B. Hachinski.
8 Pay freight on merchandise purchased $180.
9 Send checks to S. Kosko for $9,000 and D. Moreno for $11,000.
9 Issue credit of $300 to J. Fine for merchandise returned.
10 Summary cash sales total $15,500.
11 Sell merchandise on account to R. Draves for $1,900, invoice no. 512, and to S. Ingles $900, invoice no. 513.
Post all entries to the subsidiary ledgers.
12 Pay rent of $1,000 for January.
13 Receive payment in full from B. Remy and J. Fine.
15 Withdraw $800 cash by I. Packard for personal use.
16 Purchase merchandise on account from D. Moreno for $15,000, from S. Kosko for $13,900, and from S. Yost for $1,500.
17 Pay $400 cash for office supplies.
18 Return $200 of merchandise to S. Kosko and receive credit.
20 Summary cash sales total $17,500.
21 Issue $15,000 note to R. Mikush in payment of balance due.
21 Receive payment in full from S. Ingles.
Post all entries to the subsidiary ledgers.
22 Sell merchandise on account to B. Remy for $3,700, invoice no. 514, and to R. Draves for $800, invoice no. 515.
23 Send checks to D. Moreno and S. Kosko in full payment.
25 Sell merchandise on account to B. Hachinski for $3,500, invoice no. 516, and to J. Fine for $6,100, invoice no. 517.
27 Purchase merchandise on account from D. Moreno for $12,500, from D. Laux for $1,200, and from S. Yost for $2,800.
28 Pay $200 cash for office supplies.
31 Summary cash sales total $22,920.
31 Pay sales salaries of $4,300 and office salaries of $3,600.

Instructions
a. Record the January transactions in the appropriate journal-sales, purchases, cash receipts, cash payments, and general.
b. Post the journals to the general and subsidiary ledgers. Add and number new accounts in an orderly fashion as needed.
c. Prepare a trial balance at January 31, 2010, using a worksheet. Complete the worksheet using the following additional information.
1. Office supplies at January 31 total $700.
2. Insurance coverage expires on October 31, 2010.
3. Annual depreciation on the equipment is $1,500.
4. Interest of $30 has accrued on the note payable.
5. Merchandise inventory at January 31 is $15,000.
d. Prepare a multiple-step income statement and a statement of owner's equity for January and a classified balance sheet at the end of January.
e. Prepare and post the adjusting and closing entries.
f. Prepare a post-closing trial balance, and determine whether the subsidiary ledgers agree with the control accounts in the general ledger.
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