# Accounting Chapter 10 Homework Treasury Stock 10000 Shares 15 Cash Purchase

Page Count
12 pages
Word Count
1845 words
Book Title
Financial Accounting Connect Access Code 4th Edition
Authors
David Spiceland, Don Herrmann, Wayne Thomas
PROBLEMS: SET B
Problem 10-1B (LO 10-1 to 10-8)
Terms
__e___ 1. PE ratio.
Definitions
a. A debit balance in retained earnings.
b. Priced high in relation to current earnings as investors expect future earnings
Problem 10-2B (LO 10-2, 10-3, 10-4, 10-5)
Requirement 1
March 1, 2018
Debit
Credit
Cash (3,000 x \$10)
30,000
April 1, 2018
Cash (175 shares x \$40)
7,000
June 1, 2018
Dividends (6,300 shares x \$0.25)
1,575
June 30, 2018
Dividends Payable (6,300 shares x \$0.25)
1,575
August 1, 2018
Treasury Stock (175 shares x \$7)
1,225
October 1, 2018
Requirement 2
Transaction
Total
Assets
Total
Liabilities
Issue common stock
+
NE
Problem 10-3B (LO 10-6)
Before
After 100%
Stock Dividend
After 2-for-1
Stock Split
Common stock, \$0.01 par value
\$ 11
\$ 22
\$ 11
34,990
34,990
34,990
Problem 10-4B (LO 10-7)
Requirement 1
Requirement 2
Requirement 3
Requirement 4
Retained earnings, beginning
\$45,000,000
Requirement 5
Problem 10-5B (LO 10-7)
Requirement 1
Nautical
Balance Sheet
(Stockholders’ Equity Section)
December 31, 2018
Stockholders’ equity:
Preferred stock, \$10 par value
\$ 3,000
Requirement 2
Nautical
Statement of Stockholders’ Equity
For the Year Ended December 31, 2018
Preferred
Stock
Common
Stock
Paid-in
Capital
Retained
Earnings
Treasury
Stock
Total
Stockholders’
Equity
Balance, January 1
\$1,250
\$3,000
\$19,500
\$11,500
\$ -0-
\$35,250
Requirement 3
Items 1 and 2 are similar in that item 1 shows the equity balances in a column
format and item 2 shows these same balances across the bottom row. However,
Problem 10-6B (LO 10-2, 10-3, 10-4, 10-5, 10-7)
Requirement 1
February 2, 2018
Debit
Credit
Cash (1,500,000 x \$35)
52,500,000
Common Stock (1,500,000 x \$5)
7,500,000
February 4, 2018
Cash (600,000 x \$23)
13,800,000
Problem 10-6B (Continued)
Requirement 2
National League Gear
Balance Sheet
(Stockholders’ Equity Section)
December 31, 2018
Stockholders’ equity:
Preferred stock, \$20 par value
\$12,000,000
Common stock, \$5 par value
7,500,000
Problem 10-7B (LO 10-8)
Requirement 1
(\$ in millions)
Net
Income
÷
Average
Stockholders’ Equity
=
Return on
Equity
DC Menswear
\$833
÷
(\$4,080 + 2,755) / 2
=
24.4%
Requirement 2
Dividends
Per Share
÷
Stock
Price
=
Dividend
Yield
DC Menswear
\$1.00
÷
\$18.93
=
5.3%
Requirement 3
(\$ in millions)
Stock Price
÷
Earnings Per Share
=
Price-Earnings
Ratio
DC Menswear
\$18.93
÷
(\$833 / 485)
=
11.0
AP10-1
Requirement 1
July 2, 2020
Debit
Credit
Cash (100,000 x \$12)
1,200,000
Common Stock (100,000 x \$1)
100,000
September 10, 2020
November 15, 2020
Cash (5,000 shares x \$16)
80,000
December 1, 2020
December 31, 2020
Requirement 2
Balance Sheet
(Stockholders’ Equity Section)
December 31, 2020
Stockholders’ equity:
Common stock, \$1 par value
\$ 120,000
Financial Analysis: American Eagle
AP10-2
Requirement 1
\$0.01 par value per share. The par value per share is listed in the stockholders’
Requirement 2
249,566,000 shares. The number of shares issued (in thousands) is listed in the
\$0.01 par value.
Requirement 3
Yes, 55,050,000 shares. The number of shares of treasury stock (in thousands) is
Requirement 4
\$99,585,000. The cash dividends paid (in thousands) is listed in the retained
Financial Analysis: Buckle
AP10-3
Requirement 1
\$0.01 par value per share. The par value per share is listed in the stockholders’
Requirement 2
48,379,613 shares. The number of shares issued is listed in the stockholders’ equity
Requirement 3
No. There is no treasury stock reported in the stockholders’ equity section of the
Requirement 4
\$176,604,000. The cash dividends paid (in thousands) is listed in the retained
Comparative Analysis: American Eagle vs. Buckle
AP10-4
Requirement 1
(\$ in thousands)
Net
Income
÷
Average
Stockholders’
Equity
=
Return on
Equity
American Eagle
\$80,322
÷
\$1,152,962*
=
7.0%
Requirement 2
Dividends Per Share
÷
Stock
Price
=
Dividend
Yield
American Eagle
\$99,585,000 / 194,516,000*
÷
\$14.04
=
3.6%
Requirement 3
Stock
Price
÷
Earnings
Per Share*
=
Price-Earnings
Ratio
American Eagle
\$14.04
÷
\$0.42
=
33.4
Ethics
AP10-5
Answers regarding the allocation of the additional \$5 million in operating cash flows
will vary. Other areas to spend the money, not specifically mentioned in the case,
include increasing employee benefits such as retirement and healthcare, investing in
Internet Research
AP10-6
Written Communication
AP10-7
Requirement 1
Requirement 2
The balance sheet has always distinguished between liabilities and stockholders’
equity. Financial accounting information is designed to provide information useful to
Requirement 3
Arguments in support of eliminating the distinction relate to the difficulty, in certain
cases, in distinguishing between liabilities and stockholders’ equity. For instance,
preferred stock can be structured so that it is nearly identical to common stock by
Requirement 4
Earnings Management
AP10-8
Requirement 1
Net Income
÷
Shares outstanding
=
Earnings
Per Share
Before Repurchase
\$878,000
÷
950,000
=
\$0.92
Net Income
÷
Average
Stockholders’ Equity
=
Return on
Equity
Requirement 2
Net Income
÷
Shares outstanding
=
Earnings
Per Share
Requirement 3
The repurchase of stock near year-end improves earnings per share by reducing the
number of outstanding shares used to calculate earnings per share. It also improves the

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