ONLY NEED HELP WITH PROBELM 4, 5 and 6
Moonlight Bay Inn is incorporated on January 2, 2014, by its three owners, each of whom contributes $20,000 in cash inexchange for shares of stock in the business. In addition to the sale of stock, the following transactions are entered into during the month of January:
January 2: A Victorian inn is purchased for $50,000 in cash. An appraisal performed on this date indicates that the land is worth $15,000, and the remaining balance of the purchase price is attributable to the house. The owners estimate that the house will have an estimated useful life of 25 years and an estimated salvage value of $5,000.
January 3: A two-year, 12%, $30,000 promissory note was signed at the Second State Bank. Interest and principal will be repaid on the maturity date of January 3, 2019.
January 4: New furniture for the inn is purchased at a cost of $15,000 incash. The furniture has an estimated useful life of 10 years and no salvage value.
January 5: A 24-month property insurance policy is purchased for $6,000 in cash.
January 6: An advertisement for the inn is placed in the local newspaper. Moonlight Bay pays $450 cash for the ad, which will run in the paper throughout January.
January 7: Cleaning supplies are purchased on account for $950. The bill is payable within 30 days.
January 15: Wages of $4,230 for the first half of the month are paid in cash.
January 16: A guest mails the business $980 in cash as a deposit for a room to be rented for two weeks. The guest plans to stay at the inn during the last week of January and the first week of February.
January 31: Cash receiptsfrom rentals of rooms for the month amount to $8,300.
January 31: Cash receiptsfrom operation of the restaurant for the month amount to $6,600.
January 31:. Each stockholder is paid $200 in cash dividends.
Required 1. Prepare journal entries to record each of the preceding transactions. Don’t forget the stock.
2. Post each of the journal entries to T accounts.
3. Prepare adjusting journal entries for each of the following transactions as of January 31.
a. Depreciation of the house
b. Depreciation of the furniture
c. Interest on the promissory note
d. Recognition of the expired portion of the insurance
e. Recognition of the earned portion of the guests’ deposit
f. Wages earned during the second half of January amount to $520 and will be paid on Feb. 3
g. Cleaning supplies on hand on January 31 amount to $230
h. A utility bill is received amounts to $740 and is payable by Feb. 5
i. Income taxes are to be accrued at a rate of 30% of income before taxes
4. Post each adjusting journal entry to T accounts
5. Prepare the following financial statements:
a. Income statement for month ended January 31
b. Statement of retained earnings for the month ended January 31
c. Balance sheet at January 31
6. What are your reactions to Moonlight’s first month of operations? Is the bank comfortable with the loan it made?