The Mitchum Company has a beginning inventory for July of $375 (75 units at $5/unit) and makes the following purchases and sales of tapes during July: (40 pts)

07/07 Purchase 50 units @ $7

07/12 Sales 100 units

07/20 Purchase 125 units @ $8

07/28 Sales 90 units

Compute the cost of sales and the ending inventory for May if the firm uses the following:

a. The perpetual inventory system and the FIFO cost flow assumption

b. The perpetual inventory system and the LIFO cost flow assumption

For the FIFO method, you have to show the cost of sales (cost of goods sold) and the value of ending inventory.

For the LIFO method, you have to show the cost of sales (cost of goods sold) and the value of ending inventory.

2. An examination of the accounting records and bank statement of the Brian Donleavy Corporation at 31 May 2012 provides the following information: (40 pts)

a) The firm s checkbook has a balance of $4,304

b) The firm s bank statement has a balance of $3,538

c) The 31 May cash receipts of $1,500 were deposited in the bank at the end of that day but were not recorded by the bank until 01 Jun 2005

d) Checks issued and mailed in May but not included among the checks listed as paid on the bank statement were as follows:

Check No. 1615 $568

Check No. 1618 $112

Check No. 1621 $235

e) A bank service charge of $25 for May was deducted on the bank statement

f) A check received from a customer for $135 in payment of their account and deposited by the Brian Donleavy Corporation was returned marked NSF with the bank statement.

g) Interest of $15 earned on the firm s checking account was added on the bank statement

h) The Brian Donleavy Corporation discovered that Check No. 1585, which was correctly written as $584 for the May rent, was recorded as $548 in the firm s checking account.

Prepare the bank reconciliation as well as the adjusting journal entries. (There are two items – one is a bank reconciliation and the second are various journal entries)

3. A condensed balance sheet and other financial data for the Alpha Company appear below:

Alpha Company

Balance Sheet

Dec 31, 20X2


Current Assets

Cash $ 100,000

Account Receivable 200,000

Marketable securities 100,000

Inventory 200,000

Total Current Assets $ 600,000

Fixed Assets 500,000

Total Assets $1,100,000




Accounts Payable $ 150,000

Other Current Liab. 50,000

Current liabilities $ 200,000

Long-term liabilities 100,000

Total liabilities $ 300,000

Stockholders’ Equity

Common stock – $1 par value

100,000 shares $ 100,000

Additional Paid-in capital 500,000

Retained earnings 200,000

Total Stockholders’ Equity 800,000

Total Liabilities & Stockholders’ Equity $1,100,000


Alpha Company

Income Statement

For the Year Ended Dec 31, 20X2

Net Sales (100% credit sales) $10,000,000

Cost of Goods Sold 6,000,000

Gross Income $ 4,000,000

Selling, General & Administrative Expenses 1,000,000

Earnings before Interest and Taxes $ 3,000,000

Interest Expense 500,000

Earnings before Income Taxes $ 2,500,000

Income Taxes (40%) 1,000,000

Net Income $ 1,500,000


Compute the following ratios: (40 pts)

a. Working capital

b. Current ratio

c. Quick ratio (acid-test)

d. Average Collection Period (utilizing a banker’s year)

e. Profit Margin

All wor must be shown