Discussion

10-2 The following are selected items from the accounting records of Seattle Chocolates for the year ended December 31, 2002: Note  payable to northwest Bank $500,000  Income taxes payable 40,000  Accrued expenses and payroll taxes 60,000  Mortgage note payable 750,000  Accrued interest on mortgage note payable 5,000  Trade accounts payable 250,000  unearned revenue 15,000  Potential liability in pending lawsuit 100,000 Other information 1. The note payable to Northwest Bank is due in 60 days. Arrangement have been made to renew this note for an additional 12 months 2. The mortgage requires payments of $6,000 per month. An amortization table shows that its balance will be paid down to $739,000 by December 31, 2003. 3. Accrued interest on the mortgage note payable is paid monthly. The next payment is due near the end of the first week in January 2003. 4. Seattle Chocolates has been sued for $100,000 in a contract dispute. It is not possible at this time, however, to make a reasonable estimate of the possible loss, if any, that the company may have sustained.

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