Kennesaw State University Plant Inc & Seed Inc Book Value Element Worksheet

Category: Business & Finance

Description

1) Plant Inc. a calendar year reporting company acquired 80% of Seed Inc.’s outstanding common stock for $ 484,000 on Dec. 31, 2018, when the fair value of Seed’s Net Assets was $ 568,000. The following data summarize the fair value calculation: (2 Marks)

Book Value Element

Amount $

Life Remaining

Common Stock

150,000

Retained Earnings

135,000

Under –Or-Over Valuation

Inventory

(9700)

2 Months

Land

48,000

Indefinite

Equipment

96,000

8 Years

Covenant –Not-To Compete

40,000

5 Years

Goodwill Element

108,700

Indefinite

Total Cost

568,000

Plant Inc. & Seed Inc.

Worksheet

As at Dec. 31, 2018

Balance Sheet

Plant ($)

Seed ($)

Cash

148,000

47,000

Account Receivable

103,500

118,000

Inventory

152,500

126,000

Investment in Seed –

Book Value

228,000

Excess Cost

226,400

Land

168,000

127,000

Building & Equipment

400,000

309,000

Accumulated Depreciation

-16,000

-102,000

Total Assets

1,410,400

625,000

Payable & Accruals

265,400

120,000

Long Term Assets

290,000

220,000

Common Stock

450,000

150,000

Retained Earnings

405,000

135,000

Total Liabilities & Equity

1,410,400

625,000

You are required to

(a) Prepare an Analysis of the Investment Account Through Dec. 31, 2018. Show clearly Book Value and Excess Value calculation by preparing tables.

(b) Prepare all consolidation (Elimination Entries) as of Dec. 31, 2018.

(c) Prepare a Consolidated Worksheet as at Dec. 31, 2018.

2) The following intercompany transactions occurred during the year:

(1.5 Marks)

Parent loaned $12500 to Sub. To keep things simple, assume that there is no interest revenue or interest expense associated with this loan.

Parent made a sale to Sub for $13000 cash. The inventory had originally cost Parent $12220. Sub then sold that same inventory to an outsider for $14000.

Parent made a sale to Sub for $15000 cash. The inventory had originally cost Parent $11280. Sub has not yet sold that same inventory to an outsider. (Don’t forget equity method entry!)

Based on our “conceptual discussion,” what consolidation worksheet entries would you make?

3) Peter Corp. purchased a machine on Jan 1, 2011 for $ 120,000 and estimated that the machine would have a useful life of 10 years with no salvage value. After two years, on Dec. 31, 2012, Peter corp. sold the machine to its 100 % owned subsidiary, Sonu Co. for $ 100,000. Sonu Co. estimated that the asset had a remaining useful life of five years.

What is the amount of the gain or loss recorded by Peter Corp. at the time of the fixed transfer? What balance would have existed if the transfer had not taken place?

Show the worksheet entry on Dec. 31, 2012 to eliminate the asset transfer to make adjustment to change form ‘Actual’ to ‘As If’ the asset hadn’t been transferred.

(1.5 Marks)

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