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Price Corporation reported a \$2,000 balance in accounts receivable on January 1, 2012. During the year,

\$14,400 of sales on account were made. During the year, Price wrote off accounts receivable of \$950 as

uncollectible. If the ending balance of accounts receivable is \$1,200, what is the amount of cash received from

customers?

\$16,400

\$12,650

\$14,250

\$12,400

Bridges Company pays cash for all inventory purchases. Bridges reports that it had a beginning inventory of

\$2,050 and an ending inventory of \$1,250. Its cost of goods sold was \$4,350. Based on this information, the

amount of cash paid for inventory purchases was:

\$8,150

\$5,150

\$1,500

\$3,550

The Updike Company reported a beginning balance of \$900 and an ending balance of \$1,200 in its unearned

revenue account for 2012. During the year, \$5,900 of revenue was recognized. Based on this information, how

much cash was received from customers?

\$4,500

\$7,900

\$5,900

\$6,200

Bella, Inc. had beginning and ending accounts payable balances of \$2,700 and \$2,800, respectively. Inventory

had beginning and ending balances of \$2,800 and \$2,750, respectively. If cost of goods sold was \$2,600, how

much cash was spent to obtain inventory?

\$2,450

\$2,700

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\$2,400

\$2,600

On January 1, 2012, the balance of Baldwin Corporation’s accounts receivable was \$8,000. Sales on account for

2012 amounted to \$70,000 and the ending balance of accounts receivable was \$9,000. What is the amount of

cash collected from customers?

\$78,000

\$71,000

\$69,000

\$61,000

Everest Company began the accounting period with \$15,500 in accounts receivable. The ending balance in

accounts receivable was \$7,000. If the credit sales during the period were \$42,000, what is the amount of cash

\$50,500

\$42,000

\$33,500

\$64,500

Powell Associates, a small consulting firm, charges all of its expenses on accounts payable. On January 1,

2012, Powell’s accounts payable balance was \$7,000 and, during the year, an additional \$38,000 of expenses

were charged on account. The ending Accounts payable balance was \$9,000. What is the amount of cash paid

for expenses during 2012?

\$47,000

\$40,000

\$24,000

\$36,000

The 2012 income statement of Winkler Co. reported wages expense of \$80,000. The 2011 balance sheet

showed a balance in wages payable of \$8,000 while the 2012 balance sheet showed a balance in wages

payable of \$11,000. What amount of cash was paid for wages in 2012?

\$83,000

\$88,000

\$72,000

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\$77,000

The 2012 income statement of Columbus Co. reported total sales revenue of \$250,000. The 2011 balance

sheet showed a balance in accounts receivable of \$37,000, while the 2012 balance sheet showed a balance in

accounts receivable of \$52,000. The cash inflow from customers for 2012 would be:

\$265,000.

\$250,000.

\$287,000.

\$235,000.

For the year ended December 31, 2012, Burlington Company had cash collections from customers of \$60,000,

cash paid to employees of \$9,000, cash paid to suppliers of \$26,000, cash used to retire long-term bonds of

\$9,000, and cash payments for dividends of \$6,000. Cash provided by operating activities for 2012 is:

\$25,000.

\$34,000.

\$16,000.

\$10,000.

Morrow Company reported the following in 2012: property, plant and equipment account increased by \$50,000;

accumulated depreciation account increased by \$6,000. During the year, the company sold equipment that

originally cost \$26,000, and had \$18,000 of accumulated depreciation for \$11,000.

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What will Morrow Company report as additions to property, plant, and equipment on its 2012 statement of cash

flows?

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\$50,000

\$76,000

\$61,000

\$24,000

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What will Morrow Company report as proceeds from the sale of property, plant, and equipment on its 2012

statement of cash flows?

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\$35,000

\$28,000

\$1,000

\$11,000

If cash from operations was \$9,000, cash from investing activities was (\$15,000) and the net change in cash

was \$15,000, what was cash from financing activities?

\$21,000

(\$24,000)

\$15,000

\$9,000

Abercrombie Associates reports the following comparative balance sheets and income statement information.

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The amount of cash revenue received from customers during 2012 was:

\$31,000.

\$33,000.

\$35,000.

\$37,000.

The amount of cash paid for inventory purchases during 2012 was:

Rev: 03-05-2012

\$20,000.

\$11,000.

\$17,000.

\$18,000.

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The following account balances are for Cullen Company:

(1) Sales on account for the period were \$20,000.

(2) Salary expense was \$7,000.

(3) Rent expense was \$6,000.

Based on this information, what was the net cash inflow from operating activities for 2012?

\$23,000.

\$18,000.

\$12,000.

\$10,000.

Worcester Company sold equipment for \$25,000 cash. The equipment had cost \$40,000 and had accumulated

depreciation of \$22,000 at the time of the sale. Based on this information alone, select the True statement.

Cash flow from investing activities would be less if the statement of cash flows is prepared by the

direct method than if it is prepared under the indirect method.

Cash flow from investing activities would be greater if the sale of equipment is reported on the

statement of cash flows under the direct method than if it is reported under the indirect method.

Cash flow from investing activities would be the same regardless of whether the statement of cash

flows is prepared by the direct method or the indirect method.

The answer cannot be determined because the amount of the salvage value is unknown.

Which of the following would not be reported as an investing activity on the statement of cash flows?

Cash loaned to another company.

Cash dividends received from an investment in marketable securities.

Cash received from the sale of equipment.

Cash paid to purchase production equipment.

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During 2012, the Afton Company had the following changes in account balances:

1) The accumulated depreciation account had a beginning balance of \$50,000 and an ending balance of

\$70,000. The increase was due to depreciation expense

2) The long-term notes payable account had a beginning balance of \$80,000 and an ending balance of \$30,000.

The decrease was due to repayment of debt.

3) The accounts receivable account had a beginning balance of \$120,000 and an ending balance of \$100,000.

The difference was due to collection of receivables.

4) The equipment account had a beginning balance of \$50,000 and an ending balance of \$185,000. The

increase was due to the purchase of equipment for cash.

5) The long term investments account (marketable securities) had a beginning balance of \$36,000 and an

ending balance of \$25,000. The decrease was due to the sale of investments at cost.

6) The amount of cash dividends declared and paid during the year was \$44,000.

7) The interest payable account had a beginning balance of \$4,500 and an ending balance of \$2,500. The

difference was due to the payment of interest.

What is the net cash flow from investing activities?

\$124,000 outflow

\$124,000 inflow

\$144,000 inflow

\$144,000 outflow

Assume that a statement of cash flows has been prepared. The combination of the three major components

(operating activities, investing activities, financing activities) equals the:

Change in the cash account balance between the beginning and end of the period.

Net income for the period.

Ending cash balance.

Amount of cash inflow for the period.