Expected future warranty claims, Managerial Accounting

1. Paid $350,000 to purchase furniture and leased it to DEF Corp. for 5 years. DEF agreed to pay $89,955 on July 1 for each of the next 5 years.  At the end of the lease term we expect the furniture to have a value of $60,000 and one year of useful life remaining.  We expect to earn a return of 8% on the lease.

2. Paid $120,000 to purchase 10,000 shares of our (XYZ) common stock. 

3. Issued 25,000 stock options to our employees with the strike price equal to the current price of $12 per share.  Each option has a fair value of $4.We expect none of our employees will forfeit their options. The options carry a one-year vesting period and mature in 5 years.

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