### What were the Ellen cash investment

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Question - At April 30, partners' capital balances in BAB Company are: Barney \$30,000.Andy \$16,000, and Bea \$15,000. The income-sharing ratios are 5:3:2, respectively. On May 1,the BABE Company is formed by admitting Ellen to the firm as a partner.

Instructions -

(a)Journalize the admission of Ellen under each of the following independent assumptions. (1) Ellen purchases 50% of Bea's ownership interest by paying Bea \$6,000 in cash.

(2) Ellen purchases 50% of Andy's ownership interest by paying Andy \$10,000 in cash.

(3) Ellen invests \$29,000 cash in the partnership for a 40% ownership interest that includes a bonus to the new partner.

(4) Ellen invests \$24,000 in the partnership for a 20% ownership interest, and bonuses are given to the old partners.

(b) Andy's capital balance is \$24,000 after admitting Ellen to the partnership by investment. If Andy's ownership interest is 24% of total partnership capital, what were (1) Ellen's cash in-vestment and (2) the total bonus to the old partner?

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