Accounting for Governmental Study Set 1

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Quiz 6 :

Proprietary Funds

Quiz 6 :

Proprietary Funds

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Using the annual financial report obtained for Exercise 1-1, answer the following questions: a. Find the Statement of Net Position for the proprietary funds. Is the Net Position or the Balance Sheet format used List the major enterprise funds from that statement. Is the statement classified between current and noncurrent assets and liabilities Is net position broken down into the three classifications shown in your text Is a separate column shown for internal service funds b. Find the Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Position for the proprietary funds. Is the "all-inclusive" format used Are revenues reported by source Are expenses (not expenditures) reported by function or by object classification Is depreciation reported separately Is operating income, or a similar title, displayed Are nonoperating revenues and expenses shown separately after operating income Are capital contributions, extraordinary and special items, and transfers shown separately List any extraordinary and special items. c. Find the Statement of Cash Flows for the proprietary funds. List the four categories of cash flows. Are they the same as shown in the text Are interest receipts reported as cash flows from investing activities Are interest payments shown as financing activities Is the direct method used Is a reconciliation shown from operating income to net cash provided by operations Are capital assets acquired from financing activities shown as decreases in cash flows from financing activities Does the ending cash balance agree with the cash balance shown in the Statement of Net Position (note that restricted assets may be included) d. If your government has a CAFR, look to any combining statements and list the nonmajor enterprise funds. List the internal service funds. e. Look at the financial statements from the point of view of a financial analyst. Write down the unrestricted net position balances for each of the major enterprise funds, and (if you have a CAFR) the nonmajor enterprise funds and internal service funds. Look at the long-term debt of major enterprise funds. Can you tell from the statements or the notes whether the debt is general obligation or revenue in nature Write down the income before contributions, extraordinary items, special items, and transfers for each of the funds. Compare these numbers with prior years, if the information is provided in your financial statements. Look at the transfers. Can you tell if the general government is subsidizing or is subsidized by enterprise funds
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THE SOLUTION TO THIS AND THE FIRST EXERCISE OF CHAPTERS 1 THROUGH 9 WILL DIFFER FROM STUDENT TO STUDENT ASSUMING EACH HAS A DIFFERENT CAFR.

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The Town of Frostbite self-insures for some of its liability claims and purchases insurance for others. In an effort to consolidate its risk management activities, the Town recently decided to establish an internal service fund, the Risk Management Fund. The Risk Management Fund's purpose is to obtain liability coverage for the Town, to pay claims not covered by the insurance, and to charge individual departments in amounts sufficient to cover currentyear costs and to establish a reserve for losses. The Town reports proprietary fund expenses by object classification using the following accounts: Personnel services (salaries), Contractual services (for the expired portion of prepaid service contracts), Depreciation, and Insurance Claims. The following transactions relate to the year ended December 31, 2015, the first year of the Risk Management Fund's operations. 1. The Risk Management Fund is established through a transfer of $400,000 from the General Fund and a long-term advance from the water utility enterprise fund of $300,000. 2. The Risk Management Fund purchased (prepaid) insurance coverage through several commercial insurance companies for $200,000. The policies purchased require the Town to self-insure for $25,000 per incident. 3. Office equipment is purchased for $25,000. 4. $450,000 is invested in marketable securities. 5. Actuarial estimates were made in the previous fiscal year to determine the amount necessary to attain the goal of accumulating sufficient funds to cover current-year claims and to establish a reserve for losses. It was determined that the General Fund and water utility be assessed a fee of 6 percent of total wages and salaries (Interfund premium). Wages and salaries by department are as follows: img 6. Cash received in payment of interfund premiums from the General Fund totaled $275,000 and cash received from the Water Utility totaled $150,000. 7. Interest and dividends received totaled $27,000. 8. Salaries for the Risk Management Fund amounted to $210,000 (all paid during the year). 9. Claims paid under self-insurance totaled $165,000 during the year. 10. The office equipment is depreciated on the straight-line basis over five years. 11. At year-end, $190,000 of the insurance policies purchased in January had expired. 12. The market value of investments at December 31 totaled $456,000 ( Hint: credit Net Increase in Fair Market Value of Investments ). 13. In addition to the claims paid in entry 9 above, estimates for the liability for the Town's portion of known claims since the inception of the Town's self-insurance program totaled $90,000. Required: a. Prepare the journal entries (including closing entries) to record the transactions. b. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position for the year ended December 31, 2015, for the Risk Management Fund. c. Prepare a Statement of Net Position as of December 31, 2015 for the Risk Management Fund. d. Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows for the year ended December 31, 2015, for the Risk Management Fund. Assume $25,000 of the transfer from the General Fund was for the purchase of the equipment. Further, assume the remainder of the transfer from the General Fund and all of the advance from the enterprise fund are to establish working capital (noncapital related financing). e. Comment on whether the interfund premium of 6 percent of wages and salaries is adequate.
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Proprietors funds are the kind of funds that are used in government accounting under which enterprises is involved in the distribution of the goods or services to the public or other government department in exchange of the fees.
Under this capital asset and long term debt which are used are recorded in each proprietary fund. There are two types of funds which are recognized: internal and external where internal fund is about providing goods and services to the other government department and external fund is about providing goods and services to the public.
In order to improve the efficiency of the management of the government department a fund is created known as internal service fund under which all the activities which produce goods and services are provided to the other government department are accounted on the basis of cost reimbursement. Such funds are established only by the prior approval legislative.
In current scenario it can be noticed that government is diversifying itself into self insurance for some of their risk financing activities In order to make the final payment of the claims a self insurance fund is created where premium on inter fund is treated as services used. Payment or accruals of any claim give rise to recording of the operating expenses in self insurance fund.
Town of F self insurance some of its liability for which it create risk management funds.
Few transactions are made for which it is required to:
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Pass Journal entry for given transaction:
1.
Risk management fund is created by transferring certain amount from General fund and water utility fund:
img As cash balance is increased the cash account is debited and general fund and water utility fund is credited.
2.
Insurance coverage (prepaid insurance) was purchased by the risk management fund.
img As risk insurance charge was purchased therefore debited and cash id credited.
3.
Equipment for office was purchased.
img As equipment was purchased therefore the account of office equipment was debited and cash credited.
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Investments were made in marketable securities.
img As investments are made it increases the balance if investment account therefore debited and cash account is credited.
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Estimated were made from different departments:
img As cash was due to be received therefore account receivable is debited and all other fund is credited.
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Cash received from general utility and water utility:
img As cash is received by the general fund and water utility therefore cash is debited and other fund is credited.
7.
Dividends and interest received
img As cash is received therefore is debited and interest and dividends are non operating revenue therefore are credited.
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Salary for the fund is paid:
img Salary is an operating expenses therefore is debited and cash is paid therefore is credited.
9.
Claims for one year were paid:
img As claim is operating expenses is paid therefore is debited and cash is credited.
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Equipment of the office is depreciated.
img As depreciation is an expenses therefore is debited and accumulated depreciation is credited.
11.
Insurance policies were purchased and expired in January.
img As policies are purchased and expired on January therefore operating expenses is debited and prepaid insurance is credited.
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Market value of the investment is $456,000
img As there is increase in the value of investment therefore the increase is credited and investment is debited.
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Claims paid earlier is treated as liability
img As claims paid earlier were treated as liability therefore account payable is credited and insurance claims are debited as it is expenses.
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Journal entry for closing entries:
img As entries are to be closed therefore revenue is debited and expenses and net position is credited.
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Prepare statement of revenue and expenses:
img c.
Prepare the statement of net position section of balance sheet:
img d.
Prepare the cash flow statement:
Cash flow statement:
Cash flows statements are prepared in order to determine the fund flowing in and out because of operations, finances and investing activities which are the most common activities to take place in the day- to- day accounting transactions. Hence the cash flow statements specify the flow of funds individually for each of the activities investing, financing and operations.
Operating activities:
In operating activities section Company has to record transactions which are related to business operations like revenue, expenses paid, gain or loss on sale of the assets, depreciation or amortization, current assets, and current liabilities. This section will be prepared in two types direct and indirect methods.
Financing activities:
In this section Company has to record transactions which are related to long term liabilities and equity sections. If cash collected from these sources company will be recorded as cash inflow, if cash has repaid to them company will record as cash out flow. Common stock, dividends, bonds, and long term loans are some of the examples for this section.
Investing activities:
In this section Company has to record transactions which are related to assets purchase and sale. Purchase of asset recorded as cash out flow and sales will be recorded as cash inflow. Furniture, building, plant, equipment, land, and long term investments are some of the examples for this section.
Cash flow statement:
img e.
Explanation:
The inter fund premium collected from salaries and wages payable is measured as too low therefore it would be better if the town collects at least of 10-20% of premium, so that the employees as well as town would be benefited. The benefit would be in form of increased non taxable revenues

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The Town of Weston has a Water Utility Fund with the following trial balance as of July 1, 2014, the first day of the fiscal year: img During the year ended June 30, 2015, the following transactions and events occurred in the Town of Weston Water Utility Fund: 1. Accrued expenses at July 1, were paid in cash. 2. Billings to nongovernmental customers for water usage for the year amounted to $1,400,000; billings to the General Fund amounted to $107,000. 3. Liabilities for the following were recorded during the year: img 4. Materials and supplies were used in the amount of $265,700, all for costs of sales and services. 5. $8,000 of old accounts receivable were written off. 6. Accounts receivable collections totaled $1,470,000 from nongovernmental customers and $48,400 from the General Fund. 7. $1,035,000 of accounts payable were paid in cash. 8. One year's interest in the amount of $175,000 was paid. 9. Construction was completed on plant assets costing $185,000; that amount was transferred to Utility Plant in Service. 10. Depreciation was recorded in the amount of $226,000. 11. Interest in the amount of $25,000 was charged to Construction Work in Progress. (This was previously paid in item 8.) 12. The Allowance for Uncollectible Accounts was increased by $13,100. 13. As required by the loan agreement, cash in the amount of $100,000 was transferred to Restricted Assets for eventual redemption of the bonds. 14. Accrued expenses, all related to costs of sales and services, amounted to $63,000. 15. Nominal accounts for the year were closed. Required: a. Record the transactions for the year in general journal form. b. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position. c. Prepare a Statement of Net Position as of June 30, 2015. d. Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows for the Year Ended June 30, 2015. Assume all debt and interest are related to capital outlay. Assume the entire construction work in progress liability (see item 3) was paid in entry 7. Include restricted assets as cash and cash equivalents.
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Proprietors funds are the kind of funds that are used in government accounting under which enterprises is involved in the distribution of the goods or services to the public or other government department in exchange of the fees.
Under this capital asset and long term debt which are used are recorded in each proprietary fund. There are two types of funds which are recognized: internal and external where internal fund is about providing goods and services to the other government department and external fund is about providing goods and services to the public.
Town of W provides water utility and the trial balance for Town is given and it is required to:
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Pass journal entry:
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On June 1 accrued expenses were paid in cash.
img As cash is paid therefore credited and expenses are debited
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Bills for non government customers are $1,400,000 and for general fund is $107,000.
img As bills are received by the government therefore is treated as income therefore total amount of bill received is credited as operating revenues.
3.
All the liabilities to be paid:
img As all the expenses are yet to be paid therefore credited with the account payable and all the expenses are debited.
4.
Material and supplies used for cost of sales.
img Usage of material and supplies as cost of sales increases the cost therefore cost of sales is debited and material and supplies are credited.
5.
Old account receivables were written off:
img As accounts receivables were written off therefore were increased and thus debited and customer account receivables were credited.
6.
All account receivables were received from government and other funds
img As cash is received therefore debited and were paid by customers and other funds thus customers account are credited.
7.
Account payable of $1,035,000were paid in cash.
img As accounts payable are paid thus it is reduced therefore account payable is debited and cash is paid therefore is credited.
8.
Interest was paid in cash
img As interest is an expenses therefore is debited and cash is paid therefore is credited.
9.
Construction which was completed which was transferred to utility plant in services.
img As transfer to utility in plant increases the amount of utility in plant thus is debited and construction account is credited.
10.
Recording of depreciation:
img As depreciation is an expense therefore debited and accumulated depreciation is credited.
11.
Interest of $25,000 was charged to construction account.
img As interest is reduced therefore is credited and charge to construction account increases its amount thus debited.
12.
Allowance for uncollectable accounts were increased
img As allowance is increased therefore credited and charge for sales is debited.
13.
For redemption of bonds an amount of $100,000 were transferred to restricted asset
img As cash is reduced therefore is credited and balance of restricted asset is increased therefore is debited.
14.
Accrued expenses and cost of sales amount to $63,000
img As cost of sales is expenses therefore debited and accrued expenses is yet to be paid therefore is credited.
15.
Closing entry for nominal account:
img All the expenses are to be credited and income to be debited.
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Prepare statement of revenue, expenditure and change in funds.
img c.
The following table shows the preparation of net position section of balance sheet :
Statement of Net position for June 30, 2015:
img img d.
Prepare cash flow statement:
Cash flow statement:
Cash flow statement is one of the important and mandatory reports from the company's financial reports. Cash flow statement records the transactions which are related to cash, and cash equivalents. It shows how cash is coming into the company and how it is going; and it will be prepared for one particular accounting period. This statement is divided into three parts operating, investing and financing.
Operating activities:
In operating activities section Company has to record transactions which are related to business operations like revenue, expenses paid, gain or loss on sale of the assets, depreciation or amortization, current assets, and current liabilities. This section will be prepared in two types direct and indirect methods.
Investing activities:
In this section Company has to record transactions which are related to assets purchase and sale. Purchase of asset recorded as cash out flow and sales will be recorded as cash inflow. Furniture, building, plant, equipment, land, and long term investments are some of the examples for this section.
Financing activities:
In this section Company has to record transactions which are related to long term liabilities and equity sections. If cash collected from these sources company will be recorded as cash inflow, if cash has repaid to them company will record as cash out flow. Common stock, dividends, bonds, and long term loans are some of the examples for this section.
Cash flow statement:
img Working note:
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Using the information provided in exercise 6-4, prepare the reconciliation of operating income to net cash provided by operating activities that would appear at the bottom of the December 31 Statement of Cash Flows. Recall that the beginning balance of all asset and liabilities is zero.
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Jefferson County operates a centralized motor pool to service county vehicles. At the end of 2014, the Motor Pool Internal Service Fund had the following account balances: img The following events took place during 2015: 1. Additional supplies were purchased on account in the amount of $36,200. 2. Services provided to other departments on account totaled $96,250. A total of $66,250 was for departments in the General Fund and $30,000 for enterprise fund departments. 3. Supplies used amounted to $36,700. 4. Payments made on accounts payable amounted to $37,350. 5. Cash collected from the General Fund totaled $57,000 and cash collected from the enterprise fund totaled $30,000. 6. Salaries were paid in the amount of $46,800. Included in this amount is the accrued wages payable at the end of 2014. All of these are determined to be part of the cost of services provided. 7. In a previous year, the enterprise fund loaned the Motor Pool money under an advance for the purpose of purchasing garage equipment. In the current year, the Motor Pool repaid the enterprise fund $8,000 of this amount. 8. On July 1, 2015, the Motor Pool Fund borrowed $10,000 from the bank, signing a 12 percent note that is due in two years with annual interest payments on June 30. The borrowings are not related to capital asset purchases but were made to provide working capital. Additional information includes: 9. Depreciation for the year amounted to $6,900. 10. The payment of interest on the note is payable on June 30, 2016. 11. Unpaid wages relating to the final week of the year totaled $490. Using the Excel template provided (a separate tab is provided for each of the requirements): a. Prepare journal entries. b. Post entries to the T-accounts. c. Prepare closing entries. d. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Fund Net Position. e. Prepare a Statement of Net Position. f. Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows for the year.
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The following is a statement of cash flows for the risk management internal service fund of the City of Wrightville. An inexperienced accountant prepared the statement using the FASB format rather than the format required by GASB. All long-term debt was issued to purchase capital assets. The transfer from the General Fund was to establish the internal service fund and provide the initial working capital necessary for operations. img Prepare a statement of cash flows using the appropriate format as required by GASB. You do not need to prepare the reconciliation of operating income to cash flow from operations.
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Rural County is an agricultural community located hundreds of miles from any metropolitan center. The County established a television reception improvement fund to serve the public interest by constructing and operating television translator stations. TV translator stations serve communities that cannot receive the signals of free over-the-air TV stations because they are too far away from a broadcasting TV station. Because of the large distances between customers, commercial cable TV providers are also not inclined to serve rural communities. The fund charges TV owners a monthly fee of $15. The fund was established on December 20, 2014, with a transfer of cash from the General Fund of $125,000. On December 31, 2014, the fund acquired land for its translator stations in the amount of $40,000. The remaining cash and the land are the only resources held by the fund at the beginning of 2015. 1. Other than beginning account balances, no entries have been made in the general ledger. 2. The county prepared a budget for 2015 with estimated customer fees of $30,000, operating costs of $28,000, capital costs of $66,000, and estimated loan proceeds of $55,000. 3. The following information was taken from the checkbook for the year ended December 31, 2015. img 4. The loan from the bank is dated April 1 and is for a five-year period. Interest (8 percent annual rate) is paid on October 1 and April 1 of each year, beginning October 1, 2015. The County has elected not to establish a debt service fund but will pay the interest on this note from the Television Reception Improvement Fund. 5. The machinery was purchased on April 1 with the proceeds provided by the bank loan and has an estimated useful life of 10 years (straightline basis). 6. In January 2016, customers remitted fees totaling $2,400 for December service. 7. Supplies of $500 were received on December 29 and paid in January 2016. 8. Unused supplies on hand amounted to $760 at December 31, 2015. 9. Utilities are paid in the following month. The utility bill for December 2015 was received on January 4, 2016 in the amount of $780. (Utility bills are recorded through accounts payable.) 10. On December 21, the company placed an order for a new computerized control switch in the amount of $1,500 to be delivered and paid in January 2015. Required: You have been asked to provide financial statements for the upcoming County Board meeting for the Television Reception Improvement Fund. Part 1: Assume the County chooses to report the Television Reception Improvement Fund as a Special Revenue Fund following modified accrual basis statements. Using the Excel template provided, a. Prepare journal entries recording the events above for the year ending December 31, 2015. b. Post the journal entries to T-accounts. c. Prepare closing entries. d. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance. e. Prepare a Balance Sheet, assuming there are no restricted or committed fund net resources. Part 2: Assume the County chooses to report the Television Reception Improvement Fund as an enterprise fund following accrual basis statements. Using the Excel template provided, a. Prepare journal entries recording the events above for the year ending December 31, 2015. b. Post the journal entries to T-accounts. c. Prepare closing entries. d. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Position. e. Prepare a Statement of Net Position, assuming the bank note is related to capital asset acquisitions. The Excel template contains separate tabs for (1) special revenue fund journal entries and T-accounts, (2) special revenue fund closing entries, (3) special revenue fund financial statements, (4) enterprise fund journal entries and T-accounts, (5) enterprise fund closing entries, and (6) enterprise fund financial statements. Both the T-accounts and financial statements contain accounts you will not need under either the modified accrual or accrual bases. Similarly, you may not need to record some of the events, depending on the basis of accounting.
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The Village of Parry reported the following for its Print Shop Fund for the year ended April 30, 2015. img The Print Shop Fund records also revealed the following: img The following balances were observed in current asset and current liability accounts. ( ) denote credit balances: img Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows for the Village of Parry Print Shop Fund for the Year Ended April 30, 2015. Include the reconciliation of operating income to net cash provided by operating activities.
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The City of Sandwich purchased a swimming pool from a private operator as of April 1, 2015, for $400,000, of which $150,000 was provided by a one-time contribution from the General Fund, and $250,000 was provided by a loan from the First National Bank, secured by a note. The loan has an annual interest rate 6 percent, payable semiannually on October 1 and April 1; principal payments of $100,000 are to be made annually, beginning on April 1, 2016. The city has a calendar year as its fiscal year. During the year ended December 31, 2015, the following transactions occurred, related to the City of Sandwich Swimming Pool: 1. The amounts were received from the City General Fund and the First National Bank. 2. A loan was provided in the amount of $120,000 from the Water Utility Fund. 3. The purchase of the pool was recorded. Based on an appraisal, it was decided to allocate $100,000 to the land, $200,000 to improvements other than buildings (the pool), and $100,000 to the building. 4. Charges to patrons during the season amounted to $305,000, all received in cash. 5. Salaries paid to employees amounted to $110,000, all paid in cash, of which $75,000 was cost of services, and $35,000 was administration. 6. Supplies purchased amounted to $40,000; all but $5,000 was used. Cash was paid for the supplies, all of which was for cost of sales and services. 7. Administrative expenses amounted to $12,000, paid in cash. 8. The first interest payment was made to the First National Bank. 9. The short-term loan was repaid to the Water Utility Fund. 10. Depreciation of $22,500 for the pool and $7,500 on the building was recorded for the 9 months they were in operation. 11. Interest was accrued for the year. 12. Closing entries were prepared. Required: a. Prepare entries to record the transactions. b. Prepare a Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position for the Year Ended December 31, 2015, for the City of Sandwich Swimming Pool Fund. c. Prepare a Statement of Net Position as of December 31, 2015, for the City of Sandwich Swimming Pool Fund. d. Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows for the Year Ended December 31, 2015, for the City of Sandwich Swimming Pool Fund.
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The Village of Seaside Pines prepared the following enterprise fund Trial Balance as of December 31, 2015, the last day of its fiscal year. The enterprise fund was established this year through a transfer from the General Fund. img a. Prepare the closing entries for December 31. b. Prepare the Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position for the year ended December 31. c. Prepare the Net Position Section of the December 31 balance sheet. (Assume that the revenue bonds were issued to acquire capital assets and there are no restricted assets.)
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The Town of Thomaston has a Solid Waste Landfill Enterprise Fund with the following trial balance as of January 1, 2015, the first day of the fiscal year. img During the year, the following transactions and events occurred: 1. Citizens and trash companies dumped 500,000 tons of waste in the landfill, which charges $5.55 a ton payable in cash. 2. Diesel fuel purchases totaled $343,000 (on account). 3. Accounts payable totaling $430,000 were paid. 4. Diesel fuel used in operations amounted to $355,000. 5. Depreciation was recorded in the amount of $685,000. 6. Salaries totaling $165,000 were paid. 7. Future costs to close the landfill and postclosure care costs are expected to total $81,250,000. The total capacity of the landfill is expected to be 25,000,000 tons of waste. Prepare the journal entries, closing entries, and a Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position for the year ended December 31, 2015.
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The City of Evansville operated a summer camp program for at-risk youth. Businesses and nonprofit organizations sponsor one or more youth by paying the registration fee for program participants. The following Schedule of Cash Receipts and Disbursements summarizes the activity in the program's bank account for the year. 1. At the beginning of 2015, the program had unrestricted cash of $18,000. img 2. The loan from the bank is dated April 1 and is for a five-year period. Interest (6 percent annual rate) is paid on October 1 and April 1 of each year, beginning October 1, 2015. 3. The bus was purchased on April 1 with the proceeds provided by the bank loan and has an estimated useful life of five years (straight-line basis-use monthly depreciation). 4. All invoices and salaries related to 2015 had been paid by close of business on December 31, except for the employer's portion of December payroll taxes, totaling $900. a. Prepare the journal entries, closing entries, and a Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position assuming the City intends to treat the summer camp program as an enterprise fund. b. Prepare the journal entries, closing entries, and a Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance assuming the City intends to treat the summer camp program as a special revenue fund.
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What accounting problem arises if an internal service fund is operated at a significant profit What accounting problem arises if an internal service fund is operated at a significant loss
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Why might it be desirable to operate enterprise funds at a profit
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