Prepare the journal entries required to record transactions, Financial Accounting

Prepare the journal entries required to record the following transactions of a nongovernment, not-for-profit organization.

 

1.  Unrestricted cash contributions received during the year, $300,000.

2.  Restricted cash contributions were received during the year for the following:

     Education programs, $43,000

     Building fund, $202,000

     Endowment, $1,000,000

3.  Pledges receivable at year end, all from pledges received during the year, were as follows:

     Unrestricted, $3,000,000

     Building fund, $5,000,000

     Endowment, $20,000,000     

        10% of pledges receivable typically prove uncollectible.

4.  A benefit concert was held to raise resources for the building fund. Receipts totaled $1,400,000 and direct costs incurred totaled $850,000.

5.  Salary expenses incurred for the education programs were paid, $14,000.

6.  Materials purchased and used for the education programs total $25,000.

7.  Fees paid to an architect for design of the building during the year were $92,000.

8.  Payments to the building contractor during the year were $110,000.

9. Earnings on endowment fund investments are restricted to the entity's education programs. The earnings for the year were $13,000

10. Earnings on building fund investments were not restricted by donors but the board requires that they be used to finance the building. The earning on those investment for the year were $25,000

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