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263,200 $131,700 63,000 12,950 207,650 $ 55,550 For Practice: PE 1-4A, PE 1-4B Chapter 1 17 Introduction to Accounting and Business The revenue, expenses, and the net income of $3,050 for NetSolutions are reported in the income statement in Exhibit 6, on page 18. The order in which the expenses are listed in the income statement varies among businesses. Most businesses list expenses in order of size, beginning with the larger items.
The set can be solved manually or with the Klooster/Allen software. 1086 Centralized and Decentralized Operations 1087 Advantages of Decentralization 1088 Disadvantages of Decentralization 1088 Responsibility Accounting 1088 Responsibility Accounting for Cost Centers 1089 Responsibility Accounting for Profit Centers 1091 Service Department Charges 1091 Profit Center Reporting 1094 Responsibility Accounting for Investment Centers 1095 Rate of Return on Investment 1096 Business Connection: Return on Investment 1099 Residual Income 1099 The Balanced Scorecard 1101 Variable Cost Concept 1147 Choosing a Cost-Plus Approach Cost Concept 1149 Activity-Based Costing 1150 Target Costing 1150 Production Bottlenecks, Pricing, and Profits 1151 Production Bottlenecks and Profits 1151 Production Bottlenecks and Pricing 1152 Business Connection: What Is a Product?
Chris Clark plans to rent office space and equipment during the first phase of the business plan. During the second phase, Chris plans to build an office and a warehouse on the land. The purchase of the land changes the makeup of the assets, but it does not change the total assets. The items in the equation prior to this transaction and the effect of the transaction are shown below. The new amounts are called balances. Assets Cash ϩ Land Bal. 25,000 b. Ϫ20,000 ϩ20,000 Bal. 5,000 20,000 ϭ Owner’s Equity ϭ Chris Clark, Capital 25,000 25,000 Transaction C Nov.