Bonds & Notes Payable Introduction

Bonds and notes payable will be forms of raising capital for a company. In other words a company that needs cash for operations can raise capital using different options. They may take a loan form the bank, issue stock, or issue bonds. each option has pros and cons. Issuing stock results in selling equity interest in the company but does not result in interest payments. Issuing bonds and notes result in interest expense. The interest expense is deductible. Loans or notes payable are often taken from a bank. Bonds could be used to issue to the public.
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Partnership Comp Prob Supplies Purchase – 40 Journal Entry Supplies Purchase on Account

Supplies purchase on account for a partnership will record the purchase of supplies with no cash. We will enter the accounting journal entry for supplies in the general journal and then post the accounting transaction to the general ledger, that will be used to generate the trial balance. We will debit the asset supplies and credit the liability of accounts payable. There will be no effect on net income because we have not yet used the supplies and therefore will net expense it in accordance with the matching principle. We will reduce the asset of supplies and record the related expense during the adjusting process.
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Partnership Withdraws – Partners Draws Journal Entry

Partners withdraws will record the journal entry for the partners in a partnership withdrawing cash for personal use. We will enter the partners draws journal entry in a general journal for three partners and then post the draws journal entry to a worksheet so we can see the effect on the accounting equations, accounts, and trial balance. We will debit withdraws account for each partner and credit cash. The draws accounting is a equity account that goes up with a debit but does not effect net income The draws account can be thought of as a contra equity account because most equity accounts have a credit balance and draws has a debit balance.
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Corporation Comp Prob Equipment Purchase – 30 – Accounting Comprehensive Problem

Corporation accounting comprehensive problem will record a journal entry related to the purchase of equipment for cash. We will enter the accounting journal entry into the general journal, post it to the general ledger, and create the trial balance from the general ledger. We will debit equipment and credit cash.
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Preferred Stock Example – Preferred Stock Dividend

Preferred stock dividend example problem will discuss the process for determining the amount of a dividend to be paid to the preferred stock holders as compared to the common stock holders. Preferred stock holder get paid before common stock holders but have a limit to the amount they will receive. In a corporation the board of directors can determine the amount of dividend to give but has less control over how it will be distributed. Any dividend decided on will generally need to be paid first to the preferred stock holders before going to the common stock holder. The preferred stock holder typically to not have voting writes in the company.
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Stock Dividends – Journal Entry To Record Stock Dividend Issued

Stock dividends are a type of dividend but instead of giving stockholders cash they are given common stock in the company. Dividends are similar to draws for a sole proprietor or partnership but there are some differences. Draws can differ from partner to partner and the partner generally has more say as to how much they would like to draw from the partnership. A dividend needs to be standardized, giving an equal amount to each share of stock. A stock dividend will result in a debit to retained earnings for the value of the dividend, the amount of shares times the market price, a credit to common stock for the par value with is the number of shares times the par value, and a credit to additional paid in capital for the amount the fair market value exceeds the par value. For more accounting information see website. http://accountinginstruction.info/cou…

 

Partnership Comp Prob Introduction-10 Accounting Comprehensive Problem worksheet

Partnership comprehensive accounting problem will be a problem that covers the accounting cycle for the first month of operations for a partnership. This presentation will introduce the pre formatted worksheet we ill be using. If you would to work the problem in Excel along with this video we will have a course available soon that will provide the reformatted worksheets. We will enter transaction to start a new partnership, enter the accounting journal entries in the general journal, post them to the general ledger, create the trail balance from the general ledger, enter adjusting journal entries, create financial statements, and enter closing entries. for more accounting information see website. http://accountinginstruction.info/cou…

 

Federal Unemployment Tax Act Calculation (FUTA)-Payroll Tax Calculations FUTA

Federal unemployment tax or FUTA is a payroll tax that is paid by the employer only. In other words the payroll tax is based on employee wages but is not withheld from employee pay but taken form the employer. Employer only payroll taxes are often less understood because most people have less experience with them as employees. FUTA payroll tax can also be confusing because it has a low cap of $7,000 at this time. In other words the employer pays FUTA tax on the first $7,000 of each employee earning and then stops paying FUTA after the employee has reached the 7,000 cap. The other confusing thing about FUTA is that the rate is tied to Statue Unemployment Tax or SUTA. In other words, the FUTA tax rate is less if the state has SUTA that the employer must pay. Just about every state does have SUTS so companies generally pay the lower FUTA rate. The FUTA tax is a kind of flat tax, or even rate up to the 7,000 cap. For more accounting information see website. http://accountinginstruction.info/cou…

 

 

Corporation Comp Prob Introduction – Accounting Transaction 10

Corporate comprehensive accounting problem will be a problem that covers the accounting cycle for the first month of operations for a corporation. This presentation will introduce the pre formatted worksheet we ill be using. If you would to work the problem in Excel along with this video we will have a course available soon that will provide the reformatted worksheets. We will enter transaction to start a new corporation, enter the accounting journal entries in the general journal, post them to the general ledger, create the trail balance from the general ledger, enter adjusting journal entries, create financial statements, and enter closing entries. for more accounting information see website. http://accountinginstruction.info/cou…