ACCT – Cotter Corporation

Cotter Corporation had the following selected transactions for the month of May, 20XX.May 4 Received $300 from E. Gilmour representing the balance from a sale made in March.6 Made a credit sale of merchandise to W. Jones, invoice No. 506, $890.7 E. Cotter invested additional cash of $6,000.8 Sold merchandise on credit to R. Hopkins, invoice No. 507, $2,000.11 Received payment from W. Jones for invoice No. 506, less a 2% discount.13 R. Hopkins was granted a $90 credit for merchandise returned.15 Cash sales for the first half of the month totaled $740.19 Sold merchandise on account to R. Donovan, invoice No. 508, $1,250.21 Received payment from R. Hopkins for invoice No. 507, less return of May 13.25 Sold merchandise on account to D. Ruddy, invoice No. 509, $1,845.27 Obtained a short-term loan of $1,500 from a local bank.28 Received payment from R. Donovan for invoice No. 508, less a 2% discount.31 Cash sales for the second half of the month totaled $620.REQUIRED: Record the preceding transactions, using the sales journal, cash receipts journal, and the general journal provided at the back of this unit and then answer questions 1–3.1. The total of the cash column in the cash receipts journal isA. $13,257.20 C. $7,257.20B. $13,167.20 D. $7,167.202. The total of the sales journal for the month isA. $7,485. C. $5,985.B. $7,345. D. $5,895.3. Which of the following transactions will appear in the general journal?A. May 7 C. May 7 and 13B. May 13 D. May 7, 13, and 27
Beezer’s Bargain Shop began operations on June 1, 20XX. The company’s bookkeeper determined that five books of original entry would have to be maintained: a cash receipts journal, a cash payments journal, a sales journal, a purchases journal, and a general journal. A chart of accounts was also set up and included the following accounts:Account Number Account Title100 Cash110 Accounts Receivable120 Office Supplies130 Prepaid Advertising140 Store Equipment200 Accounts Payable300 Edward Beezer, Capital310 Edward Beezer, Drawings400 Sales410 Sales Returns and Allowances420 Sales Discounts500 Purchases510 Purchase Returns and Allowances520 Purchase Discounts530 Transportation In600 Salaries Expense610 Utilities Expense
During the month of June the following transactions were completed:June 1 Edward Beezer invested $20,000 in the business.1 Purchased merchandise from Zipay Brothers on account, $2,500; terms 2/10, n/30.2 Purchased store equipment on account from Dante Company, $520.2 Purchased merchandise for cash, $1,500.3 Purchased merchandise from the IAC Company on account, $5,500; 1/10, n/30.4 Sold merchandise to D. Nazar Associated on account, $725; invoice No. 1000; terms 2/10, n/30.4 Paid $85 for office supplies.4 Sold merchandise to H. Franklin, Inc. on account, $625; invoice No. 1001; terms 2/10, n/30.5 Cash sales for week, $920.5 Returned part of merchandise purchased from Zipay Brothers, who agreed to issue credit memorandum for $230.8 Purchased merchandise from Roosevelt Company on account, $1,100; terms 1/10, n/30.8 Received payment from D. Nazar Associates for invoice No. 1000, less discount.9 Sold merchandise to T. Connors & Sons on account, $2,000; invoice No. 1002, terms 2/10, n/30.9 Paid Zipay Brothers for invoice of June 1, less merchandise returned and discount taken.10 Paid for three months’ advertising expense in advance, $600.11 Paid IAC Company invoice of June 3, less discount.12 Cash sales for week, $3,140.12 Sold merchandise to Leonards Home Builders on account, $2,240; invoice No. 1003; terms 2/10, n/30.15 Paid salaries for first half of month, $640.Paid Dante Company one-half the amount due.16 Purchased merchandise on account from the Bosak Company, $4,200; terms 2/10, n/30.17 Paid Roosevelt Company invoice of June 8, less discount.17 Leonards Home Builders returned merchandise in the amount of $360. Credit was given.18 Sold merchandise to Pollocks Hardware Store on account, $1,910; invoice No. 1004, terms 2/10, n/30.19 Received payment from T. Connors & Sons for invoice No. 1002, less discount.19 Cash sales for week, $2,720.22 Received payment from Leonards Home Builders for invoice No. 1003, less merchandise returned and discount taken.22 Paid balance due to Dante Company.23 Paid transportation charges on merchandise received from Bosak Company, $95.24 Sold merchandise to C. Vingsen on account, $1,720; invoice No. 1005; terms 2/10, n/30.25 Purchased merchandise on account from the Big M Supply House, $8,200; terms 2/10, n/30.25 Paid Bosak Company invoice of June 16, less discount.26 Cash sales for week, $2,220.26 Received payment from Pollocks Hardware Store for invoice No. 1004, less discount.29 Paid Utility bill of $65.30 Paid salaries for second half of the month, $640.30 Received amount due from H. Franklin, Inc.30 Edward Beezer withdrew $700 from the business for his personal use.4. The total of the purchases journal on June 30 is A. $23,520. C. $22,020.B. $23,000. D. $21,500.5. The total of the sales discount in the cash receipts journal isA. $92.10. C. $137.50.B. $130.30. D. $195.40.6. Entries were recorded in the general journal for transactions onA. June 1, 5, and 17. C. June 1, 2, and 30.B. June 2, 17, and 30. D. June 2, 5, and 17.7. How many entries were made in the Other Accounts column of the cash payments journal?A. 5 C. 7B. 6 D. 88. On June 30, the totals of the purchases journal and the Accounts Payable column of the cash payments journal are posted to the Accounts Payable general ledger account. In addition, individual postings are made from the general journal. After these entries have been posted to the general ledger from the journals, the balance in the accounts payable account isA. $21,500. C. $8,200.B. $8,430. D. $7,680.
9. Which one of the following does not apply to payroll accounting?A. The calculations of the amount of taxes payable to the city.B. The recording of amounts owed to each employee for each pay period.C. The calculation of the amount to be accrued to each accounting period for General Expenses.D. Determining the proper amounts to be withheld from employees’ paycheques.
10. Timesheets would be used in which one of the following payroll methods?A. Straight salary C. Hourly payrollB. Piecework rate D. Commission
11. Which one of the following headings would not be used on a straight-salary method?A. Group Insurance C. Federal Income TaxB. Overtime Pay D. Pension Plan
12. Which one of the following would affect a company’s profit-and-loss statement?A. Sale Salaries C. Pension Plan PayableB. Group Insurance Payable D. Prepaid Insurance

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