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Corporate Reporting and Financial AnalysisProf Wang JiweiHOMEWORK #1 Suggested SolutionQuestion 1 Statement of Cash FlowsRequirement 1:Operating activitiesCollections 426 - 40 = 386Payments to suppliers -310 - 23 + 10 = -323General expenses -30 - 4 = -34Wages -42 - 6 = -48Interest -11Tax -8 + 2 = -6Net cash used in operating activities -36Investing activitiesSale of marketable securities 95 + 12 = 107Purchases of fixed assets -228 + 165 - 15 - 24 = -102Sale of fixed assets ...view middle of the document...

377 * 1,000,000 + 12.462 * 40,000 = 875,4802) DR: Cash 875,480Discount on Bonds Payable 124,520CR: Bonds Payable 1,000,000Issued bonds at a discountJune 30, 2013DR: Interest Expense 43,774CR: Cash 40,000Discount on Bonds Payable 3,774Paid interest and amortized discountDecember 31, 2013DR: Interest Expense 43,963CR: Cash 40,000Discount on Bonds Payable 3,963Paid interest and amortized discountLong-term liabilities:Bonds payable…………………………………$1,000,000Less: Discount on bonds payable………………... 116,783 $883,217-END-

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