Cash expenses, Accounting Basics

On January 1, 2012, the organizers of the Parsons Corporation contained their charter and issued 10,000 shares of $1 par common stock for $4 per share. During 2012, the corporation earned $30,000 in cash revenue and paid $20,000 in cash expenses, not as well as income tax. The income tax rate was 30%, and the company's income tax expense was $3,000. The company declared and paid cash dividends totalling $2,000. Using the above information, arrange an income statement and a balance sheet for the Parsons Corporation. 

 

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