Problem 7-3.Central Duplicating Internal Service Fund.
As of September 30, 2010, the Central Duplicating Fund of the Town of Fredericksburg had the following post-closing trial balance:
During the fiscal year ended September 30, 2011, the following transactions (summarized) occurred:
Employees were paid $290,000 wages in cash; additional wages of $43,500 were withheld for federal income and social security taxes. The employer’s share of social security taxes amounted to $23,375.
Cash remitted to the federal government during the year for withholding taxes and social security taxes amounted to $65,500.
Utility bills received from the Town of Fredericksburg’s Utility Fund during the year amounted to $23,500.
Office expenses paid in cash during the year amounted to $10,500.
Service supplies purchased on account during the year totaled $157,500.
Parts and supplies used during the year totaled $152,300 (at cost).
Charges to departments during the fiscal year were as follows:
Unpaid balances at year-end were as follows:
Payments to the Utility Fund totaled $21,800.
Accounts Payable at year-end amounted to $13,250.
Annual depreciation rate for machinery and equipment is 10 percent.
Revenue and expense accounts for the year were closed.
Prepare a statement of revenues, expenses, and changes in net assets for the year.
Comment on the evident success of the pricing policy of this fund, assuming that charges are intended to cover all operating expenses, including depreciation, but are not expected to provide a net income in excess of 3 percent of billings to departments.
Prepare a statement of net assets for the Central Duplicating Fund as of September 30, 2011.
Prepare a statement of cash flows for the Central Duplicating Fund for the year ended September 30, 2011.
Problem7-8. Enterprise Fund Journal Entries and Financial Statements.
Following is the June 30, 2010, statement of net assets for the City of Bay Lake Water Utility Fund.
For fiscal year 2011, prepare general journal entries for the Water Utility Fund using the following information.
The amount in the Accrued Utility Revenue account was reversed.
Billings to customers for water usage during the fiscal year 2011 totaled $2,982,557; $193,866 of the total was billed to the General Fund.
Cash in the amount of $260,000 was received. The cash was for interest earned on investments and $82,000 in accrued interest.
Expenses accrued for the period were: management and administration, $360,408; maintenance and distribution, $689,103; and treatment plant, $695,237.
Cash receipts for customer deposits totaled $2,427.
Cash collections on customer accounts totaled $2,943,401, of which $209,531 was from the General Fund.
Cash payments for the period were as follows: Accounts Payable, $1,462,596; interest (which includes the accrued interest payable), $395,917; bond principal, $400,000; machinery and equipment $583,425; and return of customer deposits, $912.
A state grant amounting to $475,000 was received to help pay for new water treatment equipment.
Accounts written off as uncollectible totaled $10,013.
The utility fund transferred $800,000 in excess operating income to the General Fund.
Adjusting entries for the period were recorded as follows: depreciation on buildings was $240,053 and on machinery and equipment it was $360,079; the allowance for uncollectible accounts was increased by $14,913; an accrual for unbilled customer receivables was made for $700,000; accrued interest income was $15,849; and accrued interest expense was $61,406.
The Revenue Bond Payable account was adjusted by $400,000 to record the current portion of the bond.
Closing entries and necessary adjustments were made to the net asset accounts.
Prepare a statement of revenues, expenses, and changes in fund net assets for the Water Utility Fund for the year ended June 30, 2011.
Prepare a statement of net assets for the Water Utility Fund as of June 30, 2011.
Prepare a statement of cash flows for the Water Utility Fund as of June 30, 2011.
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