Module 4 – Case Assignment The case assignment will be in the form of the following: (1) Formal Paper – One page addressing the questions within the prompt There is no title page, no table of contents. Although the APA style is not graded, it is recommended. This assignment is due no later than Sunday at 11:59 pm (PST). All sources should be properly cited in the body of your paper and listed in a reference page at the end of your paper. (2) Excel File (Embedded within Word Document) – Illustrating your response to the below prompt. (A) Formal Paper – The Accounting Cycle In your paper, discuss the various steps of the Accounting Cycle. Provide good descriptions in each step, and provide examples when warranted. Please include a reference section for any use outside sources. Please go to the presentation tab and in Module 4 of that tab you will find a Word Template entitled – “Module 4 – Case Assignment – Paper and Excel File Template”. Please note the following: (1) Please use this Word document to type your one-page paper. (2) You will notice that there is an embedded excel table within the document. Please use the excel file within the document to answer Part (2) of your Case Assignment (noted below). (B) Excel File Prompt – Adjusting Entries In the Excel File embedded within the Word Document, you will find the Marina Corp. Trial Balance as of December 31, 2012. Below you will find important information as it pertains to the preparation of the adjusting entries needed to both properly match revenues and expenses for the period and reflect the proper balances in the real and nominal accounts. You are the staff accountant for Marina Corp, and your task is to enter the treatment of each adjustment within the “Adjustments” column, along with providing the final balances for the “Income Statement” and “Balance Sheet” within the Trial Balance. In addition, you must journalize these adjustments within General Ledger. The treatment of transaction (a) has been answered. Please follow the same formatting as what it noted within the spreadsheet. There are two tabs within the Excel File: (1) Worksheet, (2) Adjusting Entries. Below are the transactions you are responsible for adjusting: a) Winsor determined that one percent of sales will become uncollectible. b) Depreciation is computed using the straight-line method, with an eight-year life and $1,000 salvage value. c) Salesmen are paid commissions of 10% of sales. Commissions on sales for the last week of December have not been paid. d) The note was issued on October 1, bearing interest at 8%, due Feb. 1, 2013. e) A physical inventory of supplies indicated $340 of supplies currently in stock. f) Provisions of a lease contract specify payments must be made one month in advance, with monthly payments at $800/mo. This provision has been complied with as of Dec. 31, 2012. Note – Your Excel File is to be completed within the Word Document. Submission – You will be submitting the one-word document (template provided). This document is to contain the following: (1) Your one page written prompt (2) Your Completed Excel Prompt Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
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