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Ch. 4Exercises

EXERCISE 4-1
Pattern Company and Subsidiary Sorel Company
Consolidated Income Statement
For the Year Ended December 31, 2015
Sales ($250,000 + $500,000 $120,000).........................................................
Cost of goods sold [$150,000 + $310,000 $120,000 + (40% $30,000)]......
Gross profit.......................................................................................................
Expenses ($45,000 + $120,000).......................................................................
Consolidated net income..................................................................................
Distributed to NCI.............................................................................................
Distributed to controlling interest.......................................................................

$630,000
352,000
$278,000
165,000
$113,000
$ 8,600
$104,400

Sorel Income Distribution Schedule


Unrealized profit in ending
inventory (40% $30,000)

Internally generated income..........

$55,000

Adjusted income............................
NCI share......................................
NCI................................................

$43,000

20%
$ 8,600

$12,000

Pattern Income Distribution Schedule


Internally generated income..........
80% Sorel adjusted
income of $43,000...................

$ 70,000

Controlling interest.........................

$104,400

34,400

Pattern Company and Subsidiary Sorel Company


Consolidated Income Statement
For the Year Ended December 31, 2016
Sales ($350,000 + $540,000 $150,000).........................................................
Cost of goods sold [$210,000 + $360,000 $150,000 (40% $30,000)
+ (40% $25,000)].....................................................................................
Gross profit.......................................................................................................
Expenses ($66,000 + $125,000).......................................................................
Consolidated net income..................................................................................
Distributed to NCI.............................................................................................
Distributed to controlling interest.......................................................................

$740,000
418,000
$322,000
191,000
$131,000
$ 15,200
$115,800

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Exercise 4-1, Concluded


Sorel Income Distribution Schedule
Unrealized profit in ending
inventory (40% $25,000)

Internally generated net


income.....................................

$74,000

Realized profit in beginning


inventory (40% $30,000).......

12,000

Adjusted income............................
NCI share......................................
NCI................................................

$76,000

20%
$15,200

$10,000

Pattern Income Distribution Schedule


Internally generated net
income.....................................
80% Sorel adjusted
income of $76,000...................
Controlling interest.........................

$ 55,000
60,800
$115,800

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EXERCISE 4-3
Source of income components:
Victory
Sales.......................................................
Cost of goods sold..................................
Other income..........................................
Other expenses......................................
Consolidated net income........................
Distributed to NCI...................................
Distributed to controlling interest.............

Norco

(220,000) (150,000)
150,000 112,500
(5,000)
40,000

15,000

Eliminations

Consolidated
Income
Statement

(IS) 90,000
(IS) (90,000)
(BI) (5,000)
(EI)
7,500
(S)
5,000
(S) (5,000)

(280,000)
175,000
50,000
(55,000)
4,000
(51,000)

Eliminations and Adjustments:


(IS)
Elimination of $90,000 intercompany sales.
(BI)
Elimination of 25% profit from beginning inventory; debit would be to Retained Earnings;
allocated 80% to the controlling interest and 20% to the NCI.
(EI)
Elimination of 25% profit from ending inventory; credit would be to inventory account.
(S)
Elimination of consulting services transaction.
Note: The above format and presentation is not to be expected of the student. All that is
required is the final consolidated income statement and its distribution to controlling and
noncontrolling interests. This format is presented to aid explanation of the exercise as it
shows the sources of the numbers that determine the income statement. This form will
be used for future exercises and problems to aid the instructor.
Subsidiary Norco Company Income Distribution
Unrealized ending inventory
.........................................profit
......................................$7,500

(EI)

Internally generated net


........................................income
......................................$22,500
Realized beginning inventory
...........................................profit
..........................................5,000
Adjusted income.........................
NCI share...................................
NCI.............................................

(BI)
$20,000

20%
$ 4,000

+
Parent Victory Corporation Income Distribution
Internally generated net
income.....................................
80% Norco adjusted income
of $20,000................................

$35,000
16,000

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Controlling interest.........................

$51,000

EXERCISE 4-4
(1) In the year of sale, eliminate the $15,000 gain on the sale of the machine, and adjust the
machine to its net book value on the date of the sale. Reduce depreciation expense and
accumulated depreciation by $3,000 to reflect depreciation based on the consolidated book
value.
For 2016 to 2020, eliminate unamortized gain as reflected in Jungles beginning retained
earnings. Adjust machinery to reflect book value on the date of the sale. Reduce currentyear depreciation expense and accumulated depreciation by $3,000.
(2) Gain on Sale of Machinery.......................................................
Machinery...........................................................................

15,000

Accumulated Depreciation.......................................................
Depreciation Expense........................................................

3,000

(3) Retained EarningsJungle Company.....................................


Accumulated Depreciation.......................................................
Machinery...........................................................................

12,000
3,000

Accumulated Depreciation.......................................................
Depreciation Expense........................................................

3,000

15,000
3,000

15,000
3,000

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EXERCISE 4-5
(1) Gain on Sale of Land...............................................................
Gain on Building.......................................................................
Land...................................................................................
Building..............................................................................
To defer unrealized gain on sale of land and
on building and reduce the assets to the cost
to the consolidated entity.

50,000
150,000

(2) Retained EarningsSayner*...................................................


Retained EarningsWavemasters**........................................
Accumulated Depreciation ($150,000 20 years)....................
Building..............................................................................
Land...................................................................................

38,500
154,000
7,500

50,000
150,000

150,000
50,000

*[$50,000 land + (19 20 $150,000 on building)] 20%


**($200,000 original gain $7,500 realized = $192,500) 80%
Accumulated Depreciation.......................................................
Depreciation Expense........................................................

7,500
7,500

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EXERCISE 4-6
In 2016, only a $4,000 loss can be recognized for the sale of the machinery on the consolidated
income statement. This is the amount of the impairment (FV BV). The remaining $5,000 loss
must be deferred. This loss is deferred in the year of the intercompany sale. During each
following year of use, the asset and accumulated depreciation accounts are adjusted to reflect
the $10,000 fair value, with an additional entry for the $1,000 of incremental depreciation.
On December 31, 2016, $5,000 of the $9,000 recorded loss should be eliminated.
Machine.....................................................................................
5,000
Loss on Sale of Machine......................................................

5,000

Depreciation for the year is also restated:


Depreciation Expense................................................................
Accumulated Depreciation...................................................

1,000

2017 Entry:
Loss on Sale of Machine (remaining unrecognized
loss at end of second year)*................................................
Depreciation Expense (adjustment for current year)..................
Retained EarningsHilton ($5,000 original
unrecognized loss less one years amortization)...............
To record increase in depreciation expense
and increase in loss to the consolidated
company on sale of machine.
*Added to the subsidiarys recorded loss of $1,000 results in a total loss of
$4,000 to the consolidated entity to be recognized in 2017.

1,000

3,000
1,000
4,000

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EXERCISE 4-7

Danner
Sales.......................................................
Cost of goods sold..................................
Other expenses......................................
Other income..........................................
Consolidated net income........................
Distributed to NCI...................................
Distributed to controlling interest.............

Link

(650,000) (280,000)
400,000 190,000
180,000
70,000

Consolidated
Income
Eliminations
Statement
(F1) 60,000
(F1) (40,000)
(F2a) (4,000)
(F2b) (2,500)

(20,000)

(870,000)
550,000
243,500
(20,000)
(96,500)
(400)
(96,100)

Eliminations and Adjustments:


(F1) Eliminate the gain on the intercompany machine sale. The machine account is credited
for the $20,000 gain.
(F2a) Reduce machine depreciation expense to reflect depreciation based on the consolidated
book value of the asset ($20,000 profit 5 years = $4,000 per year). The debit is to
Accumulated Depreciation.
(F2b) Reduce building depreciation expense to reflect depreciation based on the consolidated
book value of the asset ($50,000 profit 20 years = $2,500 per year). The debit is to
Accumulated Depreciation.
Subsidiary Link Company Income Distribution
Unrealized gain on sale
.............................of machine
.................................$20,000

(F1)

Internally generated net


....................................income
..................................$20,000
Realized gain through use
..............................of machine
......................................4,000
Adjusted income.....................
NCI share...............................
NCI.........................................

(F2a)
$ 4,000

10%
$ 400

Parent Danner Company Income Distribution


Internally generated net
.......................................income
.....................................$90,000
Gain realized on use of building
.......................sold to subsidiary
.........................................2,500
90% Link adjusted
.......................income of $4,000
.........................................3,600

(F2b)

Controlling interest....................

$96,100

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Ch. 4Exercises

EXERCISE 4-8
2015
Subsidiary Sandbar Company Income Distribution
Unrealized profit in ending
inventory (40% $15,000)

Internally generated net


income.....................................

$250,000

Adjusted income............................
NCI share......................................
NCI................................................

$244,000

20%
$ 48,800

$6,000

Parent Peninsula Company Income Distribution


Gain on sale of real
estate

Internally generated net


income.....................................

$520,000

$200,000
Realized gain on use of
sold real estate
[(75% $200,000)/20].............
80% Sandbar adjusted
income of $244,000.................

195,200

Controlling interest.........................

$523,200

8,000

2016
Subsidiary Sandbar Company Income Distribution
Unrealized profit in ending
inventory (40% $20,000)

Internally generated net


income.....................................

$235,000

Realized profit in beginning


inventory..................................

6,000

$8,000

Adjusted income............................
NCI share......................................
NCI................................................

$233,000

20%
$ 46,600

Parent Peninsula Company Income Distribution


Internally generated net
income.....................................
Realized gain on use of
sold real estate........................
80% Sandbar adjusted

$340,000
8,000

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income of $233,000.................

186,400

Controlling interest.........................

$534,400

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Ch. 4Exercises

EXERCISE 4-9
(1)

Saratoga
Notes Receivable........... 50,000
Cash...........................
To record receipt
of note on May 1,
2017.
Accrued Interest
Receivable.................. 2,000*
Interest Revenue........
Year-end interest
accrual.

Windsor
50,000

2,000

Cash...................................
Notes Payable................
To record receipt
of cash on May 1,
2017.

50,000

Interest Expense ...............


Accrued Interest
Payable........................
Year-end interest
accrual.

2,000

*$50,000 6% 8/12
(2) Eliminations:
(LN1) Notes Payable
50,000
Accrued Interest Payable
2,000
Notes Receivable
50,000
Accrued Interest Receivable
2,000
To eliminate intercompany note and accrued
interest applicable to the note.
(LN2) Interest Revenue
2,000
Interest Expense
2,000
To eliminate intercompany interest revenue
and expense.

50,000

2,000

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EXERCISE 4-10
(1)

Saratoga
May

July

July

May

Dec. 31

Notes Receivable.................................................................
Cash................................................................................
To record receipt of note.

50,000

Accrued Interest Receivable................................................


Interest Revenue.............................................................
To accrue interest for 2 months
(6% $50,000 2/12).

500

Interest Expense (loss on discounting)................................


Cash....................................................................................
Notes Receivable............................................................
Accrued Interest Receivable............................................
To record proceeds of discounting note at 8%.
(See schedule of computation of proceeds.)

1,033
49,467

Windsor
Cash....................................................................................
Notes Payable.................................................................
To record receipt of cash.
Interest Expense..................................................................
Interest Payable..............................................................
To record year-end accrual (6% $50,000 8/12).

Computation of Proceeds
Principal of note.......................................................................
Interest due at maturity (6% $50,000)...................................
Total maturity value..................................................................
Less maturity value multiplied by 8% discount rate
....................................................................for 10/12 of period
Net proceeds of note................................................................
(2) Eliminations:
(LN1) Notes Receivable Discounted
50,000
Notes Receivable
50,000
To eliminate intercompany note and reclassify
the discounted note receivable as a note
payable at its face value.
(LN2) Interest Revenue
500
Interest Expense
500
To eliminate intercompany interest prior to the
discounting.

50,000

500

50,000
500

50,000
50,000
2,000
2,000

$50,000
3,000
$53,000
3,533
$49,467

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Ch. 4Problems

PROBLEM 4-2
(1)

Benton Corporation and Subsidiary Crandel Company


Worksheet for Consolidated Financial Statements
For Year Ended March 31, 2017
Eliminations
Consolidated
Trial Balance
and Adjustments
Income
Benton
Crandel
Dr.
Cr.
Statement

NCI

Controlling
Retained
Earnings

................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
(40,000)
(20,000)
................
(60,300)
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
6,000
................
................

...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
(1,134,400)
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
...............
25,000
...............
...............

235,500
................
372,000
................
388,050
................
................
1,231,000
2,250,000
(1,150,000)
222,500
................
(333,500)
(400,000)
(250,000)
(1,250,000)
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................

To NCI (see distribution schedule).........................................................................................................................................


9,050
(9,050)
To Controlling Interest (see distribution schedule).................................................................................................................
82,800
................
Total NCI.........................................................................................................................................................................................................
(123,350)
Retained EarningsControlling Interest, March 31, 2017.....................................................................................................................................................

................
(82,800)
................
(1,192,200)

................
................
(123,350)
(1,192,200)
0

Cash.............................................................
Accounts Receivable (net)...........................

191,200
44,300
................
................
290,000
97,000
................
(IAP)
10,000
................
................
................
(IAS)
5,000
Inventory......................................................
310,000
80,000
................
(EIP)
1,200
................
................
................
(EIS)
750
Investment in Crandel Company.................
450,000
................
(CV)
32,000
(EL)
352,000
................
................
................
(D)
130,000
Land.............................................................
1,081,000
150,000
................
................
Building and Equipment...............................
1,850,000
400,000
................
................
Accumulated Depreciation...........................
(940,000)
(210,000)
................
................
Goodwill.......................................................
60,000
................
(D)
162,500
................
Accounts Payable........................................
(242,200)
(106,300)
(IAP)
10,000
................
................
................
(IAS)
5,000
................
Bonds Payable.............................................
(400,000)
................
................
................
Common StockBenton.............................
(250,000)
................
................
................
Paid-In Capital in Excess of ParBenton...
(1,250,000)
................
................
................
Retained Earnings, April 1, 2016Benton..
(1,105,000)
................
................
(CV)
32,000
................
................
(BIP)
1,800
................
................
................
(BIS)
800
................
Common StockCrandel............................
................
(200,000)
(EL)
160,000
................
Paid-In Capital in Excess of ParCrandel..
................
(100,000)
(EL)
80,000
................
Retained Earnings, April 1, 2016Crandel
................
(140,000)
(EL)
112,000
(NCI)
32,500
................
................
(BIS)
200
................
Sales............................................................
(880,000)
(630,000)
(ISP)
32,000
................
................
................
(ISS)
30,000
................
Dividend Income (from Crandel Company).
(24,000)
................
(CY2)
24,000
................
Cost of Goods Sold......................................
704,000
504,000
(EIP)
1,200
(BIP)
1,800
................
................
(EIS)
750
(ISP)
32,000
................
................
................
(BIS)
1,000
................
................
................
(ISS)
30,000
Other Expenses...........................................
130,000
81,000
................
................
Dividends Declared......................................
25,000
30,000
................
(CY2)
24,000
0
0
652,250
652,250
Consolidated Net Income.......................................................................................................................................................

................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
................
(1,448,000)
................
................
................
................
1,145,150
211,000
................
................
91,850

Consolidated
Balance
Sheet

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414

Problem 4-2, Continued


Eliminations and Adjustments:
(CV)
Convert to equity method:
Change in equity 80% = $40,000 80% = $32,000.
(CY2)
Eliminate intercompany dividends.
(EL)
Eliminate parents share of subsidiary equity.
(D)/(NCI) Distribute excess and NCI adjustment to goodwill, according to determination
and distribution of excess schedule.
(BIP)
Eliminate intercompany profit from beginning inventory on sales from Benton to
Crandel, $9,000 20% = $1,800.
(ISP)
Eliminate sales from Benton to Crandel from April 2016March 2017 ($32,000).
(EIP)
Eliminate intercompany profit from ending inventory on sales from Benton to
Crandel, $6,000 20% = $1,200.
(IAP)
Eliminate intercompany trade balances on sales from Benton to Crandel.
(BIS)
Eliminate intercompany profit from beginning inventory on sales from Crandel to
Benton, $4,000 25% = $1,000.
(ISS)
Eliminate sales from Crandel to Benton.
(EIS)
Eliminate intercompany profit from ending inventory on sales from Crandel to
Benton, $3,000 25% = $750.
(IAS)
Eliminate intercompany trade balances on sales from Crandel to Benton.
Company
Implied
Fair Value

Value Analysis Schedule


Company fair value...........................................
Fair value of net assets excluding goodwill.......
Goodwill............................................................

$562,500
400,000
$162,500

Parent
Price
(80%)

NCI
Value
(20%)

$450,000
320,000
$130,000

$112,500
80,000
$ 32,500

Based on the above information, the following D&D schedule is prepared:


Determination and Distribution of Excess Schedule
Company
Implied
Fair Value
Fair value of subsidiary
$562,500
Less book value of interest acquired:
Total equity
Interest acquired
20%
Book value of interest
$ 80,000
Excess of cost over book value
$130,000

Parent
Price
(80%)

NCI
Value
(20%)

$450,000

$112,500

400,000

$400,000

$400,000
80%
$320,000

$162,500
$ 32,500

Adjustment of identifiable accounts:


Adjustment
Goodwill

Worksheet
Key
$162,500

debit D

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Problem 4-2, Concluded


Subsidiary Crandel Company Income Distribution
Unrealized profit in ending
.................................inventory
........................................$750

(EIS)

Internally generated net


income.................................

$45,000

Realized profit in beginning


inventory.............................. (BIS) 1,000
Adjusted income........................
NCI share..................................
NCI............................................

$45,250

20%
$ 9,050

Parent Benton Corporation Income Distribution


Unrealized profit in ending
.................................inventory
....................................$1,200

(EIP)

Internally generated net


income................................

$46,000

Realized profit in beginning


inventory............................. (BIP) 1,800
80% Crandel adjusted
income of $45,250...............
36,200
Controlling interest....................

(2)

$82,800

Benton Corporation and Subsidiary Crandel Company


Consolidated Income Statement
For Year Ended March 31, 2017
Sales........................................................................................
Cost of goods sold...................................................................
Gross profit..............................................................................
Expenses.................................................................................
Consolidated net income..........................................................
Distributed to NCI.....................................................................
Distributed to controlling interest..............................................

$1,448,000
1,145,150
$ 302,850
211,000
$ 91,850
9,050
$ 82,800

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PROBLEM 4-6

Parcel
Cash...............................................................
Accounts Receivable (net).............................
Notes Receivable...........................................
Inventory, August 31, 2017.............................
Investment in Sack Corporation.....................
Plant and Equipment......................................
Accumulated Depreciation.............................

Other Assets...................................................
Accounts Payable ..........................................
Notes Payable................................................
Bonds Payable...............................................
Common Stock ($10 par)Parcel.................
Paid-In Capital in Excess of ParParcel.......
Retained Earnings, September 1, 2016
Parcel..........................................................
Common Stock ($10 par)Sack....................
Paid-In Capital in Excess of ParSack.........
Retained Earnings, September 1, 2016Sack

Parcel Corporation and Subsidiary Sack Corporation


Worksheet for Consolidated Financial Statements
For Year Ended August 31, 2017
Eliminations
Consolidated
Trial Balance
and Adjustments
Income
Sack
Dr.
Cr.
Statement
NCI
120,000
50,000
..............
..............
..............
115,000
18,000
..............
..............
..............
..............
10,000
..............
..............
..............
175,000
34,000
..............
..............
..............
217,440
..............
(CY2)
5,600
(CY1)
23,040
..............
..............
..............
..............
(EL) 200,000
..............
990,700
295,000
..............
(F1S)
9,000
..............
..............
..............
..............
(F1P)
63,000
..............
(170,000)
(85,000) (F1S)
3,000
..............
..............
..............
..............
(F2S)
3,000
..............
..............
(242,700)
..............
..............
(F2P)
6,300
..............
..............
28,000
..............
..............
..............
..............
(80,000)
(50,200)
..............
..............
..............
(25,000)
..............
..............
..............
..............
(300,000)
..............
..............
..............
..............
(290,000)
..............
..............
..............
..............
(110,000)
..............
..............
..............
..............

Earnings
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............

(498,850)
..............
(F1S)
4,800
..............
..............
..............
..............
(70,000)
(EL)
56,000
..............
..............
(14,000)
..............
(62,000)
(EL)
49,600
..............
..............
(12,400)
..............
(118,000)
(EL)
94,400
..............
..............
(22,400)
..............
..............
(F1S)
1,200
..............
..............
..............
Sales............................................................... (920,000)
(240,000)
..............
.............. (1,160,000)
..............
Cost of Goods Sold........................................ 598,000
132,000
..............
..............
730,000
..............
Selling and General Expenses....................... 108,000
80,000
..............
(F2S)
3,000
178,700
..............
..............
..............
..............
(F2P)
6,300
..............
..............
Subsidiary Income..........................................
(23,040)
..............
(CY1)
23,040
..............
..............
..............
Interest Income............................................... ..............
(800)
..............
..............
(800)
..............
Interest Expense............................................
37,750
..............
..............
..............
37,750
..............
Gain on Sale of Equipment............................
(63,000)
..............
(F1P)
63,000
..............
..............
..............
Dividends Declared........................................
90,000
7,000
..............
(CY2)
5,600
..............
1,400
0
0
. 309,940
309,940
..............
..............
Consolidated Net Income.......................................................................................................................................
(214,350)
..............
To NCI (see distribution schedule)..........................................................................................................................
6,360
(6,360)
To Controlling Interest (see distribution schedule)..................................................................................................
207,990
..............
Total NCI.......................................................................................................................................................................................
(53,760)
Retained EarningsControlling Interest, August 31, 2017................................................................................................................................
............................................................................................................................................................................................................ (612,040)

Controlling Consolidated
Retained
Balance
Sheet
..............
170,000
..............
133,000
..............
10,000
..............
209,000
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
1,213,700
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............

..............
28,000
(130,200)
(25,000)
(300,000)
(290,000)
(110,000)

(494,050)
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
90,000
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
..............
(207,990)
..............
.............. (53,760)
(612,040)

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Ch. 4Problems

Problem 4-6, Concluded


Subsidiary Sack Corporation Income Distribution
Internally generated net
........................................income
......................................$28,800
2017 amortization of
................deferred gain on 2015
................................sale of truck
..........................................3,000
Adjusted income.........................
NCI share...................................
NCI.............................................

(F2S)
$31,800

20%
$ 6,360

Parent Parcel Corporation Income Distribution


2017 deferred gain on
..................sale of equipment
.................................$63,000

(F1P)

Internally generated net


........................................income
....................................$239,250
2017 amortization of the
..............................deferred gain
..........................................6,300
80% Sack adjusted
......................income of $31,800
........................................25,440

(F2P)

Controlling interest.....................

$207,990

Eliminations and Adjustments:


(CY1) Eliminate the entry recording the parents share of the subsidiary net income.
(CY2) Eliminate the parents share of Sacks dividends declared.
(EL) Eliminate the investment in Sack and the parents share (80%) of the subsidiary equity
balances.
(F1S) Eliminate the prior-year intercompany gain ($14,000 $5,000 = $9,000) less the $3,000
realized gain. Adjust the asset and the accumulated depreciation.
(F2S) Adjust current-year depreciation expense and accumulated depreciation for the
intercompany truck sale effect ($9,000 3 = $3,000).
(F1P) Eliminate the current-period intercompany gain on the sale of the equipment and reestablish its net book value by reducing the account by $63,000.
(F2P) Adjust current-year depreciation expense and accumulated depreciation for the
intercompany sale of equipment effect ($63,000 10 = $6,300).