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Assume that FADD began the year with the following balances (shown in alphabetical order) in their accounts:

Brochures Inventory

$     1,000





Grants Payable




Notes Payable


Permanently Restricted Net Assets


Pledges Receivable


Temporarily Restricted Net Assets


Unrestricted Net Assets


Record this information and the transactions from Problem 9-26 in a worksheet similar to Exhibit 9-4.




Use the ending balances from Problem 9-27 to prepare a balance sheet.



The American Natural History Center (ANHC) had the following highly summarized financial events during the current year:

·         1.Jan. 2 Ordered new equipment with a 10-year life, for $80,000. No payment was made and the equipment has not been delivered.

·         2.Jan. 14 Received a $100,000 payment on a pledge that had been made three years ago.

·         3.Feb. 19 Bought $35,000 of books and posters that will be sold in the Center store. Only $20,000 was paid for the inventory on that date, and the balance is owed to the suppliers. ANHC expects to be able to sell the inventory for $60,000.

·         4.May 15 Paid a $30,000 deposit for the equipment ordered on January 2.

·         5.July 12 Received the equipment ordered on January 2, and mailed a check for the balance due.

·         6.Dec. 28 Admission fees for the year were $74,000. They were all collected.

·         7.Dec. 28 ANHC paid its employees $68,000 of wages. Wage expense for the year is $73,000. The payment included the $2,000 wages payable balance outstanding from the previous year plus some payment for work done this year.

·         8.Dec. 30 Book and poster sales for the year totaled $53,000. All but $3,000 of that amount has been collected. The entire $6,000 balance in accounts receivable from beginning of the year was also collected. The cost of the books and posters sold was $32,000.

·         9.Dec. 31 ANHC makes a payment of $134,000 on its long-term note. That amount includes interest expense of $7,000.

·         10.Dec. 31 The Center building and equipment are now one year older. Depreciation for the year is $60,000.

·         11.Dec. 31 ANHC estimates that $1,000 of the receivables for book and poster sales made this year will never be collected.

Record these transactions and any other required adjusting entries, by showing either their impact on the fundamental equation of accounting or journal entries.



Assume that ANHC began the year with the following balances (shown in alphabetical order) in their accounts:

Accounts Payable

$    2,000

Accounts Receivable


Buildings and Equipment, Net




Notes Payable


Permanently Restricted Net Assets


Pledges Receivable


Temporarily Restricted Net Assets


Unrestricted Net Assets


Wages Payable


Record this information and the transactions from Problem 10-14 in a worksheet similar to Exhibit 10-7.




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