Posted: November 24th, 2022
In June 2011, Wendy Winger organized a corporation to provide aerial photography services. The company, called Aerial Views, began operations immediately. Transactions during the month of June were as follows:
June 1 The corporation issued 60,000 shares of capital stock to Wendy Winger in exchange for $60,000 cash.
June 2 Purchased a plane from Utility Aircraft for $220,000. Made a $40,000 cash down payment and issued a note payable for the remaining balance.
June 4 Paid Woodrow Airport $2,500 to rent office and hangar space for the month.
June 15 Billed customers $8,320 for aerial photographs taken during the first half of June.
June 15 Paid $5,880 in salaries earned by employees during the first half of June.
June 18 Paid Hannigan’s Hangar $1,890 for maintenance and repair services on the company plane.
June 25 Collected $4,910 of the amounts billed to customers on June 15.
June 30 Billed customers $16,450 for aerial photographs taken during the second half of the month.
June 30 Paid $6,000 in salaries earned by employees during the second half of the month.
June 30 Received a $2,510 bill from Peatree Petroleum for aircraft fuel purchased in June. The entire amount is due July 10.
June 30 Declared a $2,000 dividend payable on July 15.
The account titles used by Aerial Views are:
Aerial Photography Revenue
A. Analyze the effects that each of these transactions will have on the following six components of the company’s financial statements for the month of June. Organize your answers in tabular form using the column headings shown. Use I for increase, D for decrease, and NE for no effect. The June 1 transaction is provided for you:
Income Statement Balance Sheet
Transaction Revenue – Expenses = Net Income Assets = Liabilities + Owners’ Equity
June1 NE NE NE I NE I
B. Prepare journal entries (including explanations) for each transaction.
C. Post each transaction to the appropriate ledger accounts (use a running balance format)
D. Prepare a trial balance dated June 30, 2011.
E. Using figures from the trial balance prepared in part d, compute total assets, total liabilities, and owners equity. Are these the figures that the company will report in its June 30 balance sheet? Explain your answer briefly.
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