Question 1 Baltimore Company’s complete assets and liabilities are Accounts Receivable $800,…

Question 1    Baltimore Company's complete assets and liabilities are Accounts Receivable $800, Equipment $10,000, Accounts Payable $4,850, Prepaid Rent $2,000, Supplies $400, Bank Loan $3,750, and Tools $300. Baltimore's total liabilities are: (All account balances are normal.) Answer:   Question 2   Baltimore Company's complete assets and liabilities are Accounts Receivable $1,850, Equipment $10,000, Accounts Payable $7,100, Prepaid Rent $1,850, Supplies $675, Bank Loan $3,250, and Tools $835.  Baltimore's total equity is: (All account balances are normal.) Answer:   Question 3    Baltimore Company experienced a total increase in stockholders' equity of $23,000 during the current year.  Stockholders' equity was increased by additional issuances of $47,000 capital stock during the year.  No dividends were paid.  Expenses incurred during the year were $114,000.  How much was Baltimore's revenue for the year? Answer:   Question 4   Baltimore Company experienced an increase in total assets of $19,500 during the current year.  During the same time period, total liabilities increased $9,100.  Shareholders made no investments during the year and no dividends were paid.  How much was Baltimore's net income Answer:           Question 5   Annapolis Corporation's trial balance included debits to expense accounts of $200,000, credits to revenue accounts of $150,000, and debits to the Dividends account of $50,000.  Based on this information, what is the amount of the company's net income or loss.  Enter a loss as a negative number. Answer:   Question 6    Baltimore Company reports total assets and total liabilities of $236,000 and $120,000, respectively, at the conclusion, of its first year of business. The company earned $65,500 during the first year, and distributed $30,000 to shareholders as dividends. How much did shareholders initially invest in the business? Answer: Question 7   During June, Bravo Magazine sold for cash six advertising spaces for $400 each to be run in the July through December issues.  On that date, Bravo properly recognized Unearned Revenue.  The adjusting entry to record on July 31 includes: Question 7 options: a credit to Revenue for $2,000 a debit to Unearned Revenue for $400 a credit to Unearned Revenue for $400 a debit to Cash for $2,000                   Question 8   On January 7, Bravo purchased supplies on account for $1,000, and recorded this purchase to the Supplies account.  At the end of January, Bravo had $600 of these supplies still on hand.  The proper adjusting journal entry at January 31 would: Question 8 options: include a debit to Supplies Expense for $600 include a credit to Supplies for $400 include a debit to Supplies for $1,000 include a debit to Accounts Payable for $400   Question 9   On January 1, 20X1, Bravo Company borrowed $26,000 to purchase equipment.  The loan is to be repaid plus interest of 10% per year, on December 31, 20X2.  Prepared the general journal adjusting entry (without explanation) needed for December 31, 20X1. If no entry is required then write “No Entry Required.” Date Accounts Debit Credit                                           Question 10   On Tuesday March 31, 20X1 the Bravo Company had accrued wages of $1,000.  Friday, April 3, Bravo paid employee wages of $2,500 for the week.  Prepared the general journal entry (without explanation) needed for March 31, 20X1. If no entry is required then write “No Entry Required.” Date Accounts Debit Credit                             Question 11    During 2018, Towson Company had credit sales of $48,000 and cash sales of $18,000.  In 2018 Towson collected $31,000 of accounts receivable resulting from sales on credit.  Towson incurred operating expenses of $55,000; of this amount, $42,900 was paid in 2018, and the remaining balance represented a liability at year-end.  In addition to these operating expenses, Towson also purchased for cash a three-year insurance policy on January 1, 2018.  The cost of this policy was $6,000.  What is Towson's 2018 accrual basis net income or loss?  Enter a loss as a negative number. Answer:                                         Question 12    The following is the Frederick Company's adjusted Trial Balance. Frederick Company Adjusted Trial Balance December 31, 2018 Account Title Debit Credit Cash $85,150   Accounts Receivable 229,140   Supplies 16,955   Equipment 395,285   Accumulated Depreciation   $221,260 Accounts Payable   74,235 Capital Stock   220,000 Retained Earnings   101,145 Service Revenue   893,105 Interest Income   1,500 Dividends 2,000   Rent Expense 58,500   Wages Expense 527,260   Supplies Expense 42,520   Utilities Expense 8,595   Depreciation Expense 145,840 ________      Totals $1,522,565 $1,522,565 Use this information to prepare the classified Balance Sheet for the fiscal year. There are additional lines in the classified Balance Sheet form to allow for authorized alternate presentations.  Hint: you must close out temporary accounts to arrive at adjusted retained earnings balance. Frederick Company Balance Sheet                                                                                                                       Question 13    A partial list shows that Charles Corporation's adjusted trial balance included the following items (all account balances are normal): Accounts payable $36,500,  Accounts receivable $54,000, Capital stock $100,000, Cash $57,000, Dividends $10,000, Interest expense $4,000, Interest payable $3,200, Inventory $32,000, Prepaid expenses $6,600, Property, plant & equipment $123,000, Retained earnings $46,000, Rent expense $18,000, Revenues $101,000, and Salary expense $60,000.  How much is Charle's current ratio? (Round your answer to two decimal places.)  Answer:        

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