Reference no: EM1315172
Calculation of share of profits to partners.
1. Cytex Corporation has a foreign subsidiary located in a country experiencing high rates of inflation. Information concerning this country's inflation rate experience is given below.
Change

Annual

rate




Date

Index

In index

Of Inflation



January

1,20X1

100




January

1,20X2

130

30

30/100

30.00%

January

1,20X3

160

30

30/130

23.08%

January

1,20X4

220

60

60/160

37.50%

The inflation rate that is used in determining if the subsidiary is operating in a highly inflationary economy is:
a. 37.50%.
b. 90.58%.
c. 105.00%.
d. 120.00%.
Use the following information for questions 14,15 and 16.
Willis and Rite share profits and losses equally. Willis and Rite receive salary allowances of $20,000 and $30,000, respectively, and both partners receive 10% interest on their average capital balances. Average capital balances are calculated at the beginning of each month balance regardless of when additional capital contributions or permanent withdrawals are made subsequently within the month. Partners' drawings are not used in determining the average capital balances. Total net income for 2003 is $120,000.

Willis

Rite

January 1 capital balances

$100,000

$120,000

Yearly drawings ($1,500 a month)

18,000

18,000

Permanent withdrawals of capital:



June 3

12,000


May 2


15,000

Additional investments of capital:



July 3

40,000


October 2


50,000

2. What is the weightedaverage capital for Willis and Rite in 2003?
a. $100,000 and $120,000
b. $105,333 and $126,667
c. $110,667 and $119,583
d. $126,667 and $105,333
3. If the average capital for Willis and Rite from question 1 is $112,000 and $119,000, respectively, what will be the total amount of profit allocated after the salary and interest distributions are completed?
a. $70,000
b. $73,100
c. $75,000
d. $80,000
4. If the average capital balances for Willis and Rite are $100,000 and $120,000, what will the final profit allocations for Willis and Rite in 2003?
a. $50,000 and $70,000
b. $54,000 and $66,000
c. $70,000 and $50,000
d. $75,000 and $45,000
A summary balance sheet for the Able, Baker, and Charlie partnership appears below. Able, Baker, and Charlie share profits and losses in a ratio of 2:3:5, respectively.
Assets


Cash

$100,000

Inventory

125,000

Marketable securities

200,000

Land

100,000

Buildingnet

500,000

Total assets

$1,025,000

Equities
Able, capital

$425,000

Baker, capital

400,000

Charlie, capital

200,000

Total equities

$1,025,000

The partners agree to admit Delta for a onefifth interest. The fair market value of partnership land is appraised at $200,000 and the fair market value of inventory is $175,000. The assets are to be revalued prior to the admission of Delta and there is $30,000 of goodwill that attaches to the old partnership.
5. By how much will the capital accounts of Able, Baker, and Charlie increase, respectively, due to the revaluation of the assets and the recognition of goodwill?
a. The capital accounts will increase by $50,000 each.
b. The capital accounts will increase by $60,000 each.
c. $36,000, $54,000, and $90,000
d. $40,000, $50,000, and $60,000
6. How much cash will Delta have to invest to acquire a onefifth interest?
a. $235,000
b. $241,000
c. $293,750
d. $301,250
7. What will the profit and loss sharing ratios be after Delta's investment?
a. 1:2:4:2
b. 2:3:5:2
c. 3:4:6:2
d. 4:6:10:5
8. The XYZ partnership provides a 5% bonus to Partner Y that is based upon partnership income, after deduction of the bonus. If the partnership's income is $126,000, how much is Partner Y's bonus allocation?
a. $6,000
b. $6,300
c. $6,615
d. $6,632