O’Neil, Inc. began work on a $7,000,000 contract in 2012 to construct an office building



O’Neil, Inc. began work on a $7,000,000 contract in 2012 to construct an office building. O’Neil uses the percentage-of-completion method. At December 31, 2012, the balances in certain accounts were Construction in Process $2,450,000; Accounts Receivable $240,000; and Billings on Construction in Process $1,400,000.

Indicate how these accounts would be reported in O’Neil’s December 31, 2012, balance sheet.

Archer Construction Company began work on a $420,000 construction contract in 2012. During 2012, Archer incurred costs of $278,000, billed its customer for $215,000, and collected $175,000. At December 31, 2012, the estimated future costs to complete the project total $162,000.

Prepare Archer’s journal entry to record profit or loss using (a) the percentage-of-completion method and (b) the completed-contract method, if any.

Jupiter Company sells goods that have a cost of $500,000 to Danone Inc. for $700,000, with payment due in 1 year. The cash price for these goods is $610,000, with payment due in 30 days. If Danone paid immediately upon delivery, it would receive a cash discount of $10,000.

(a) Prepare the journal entry to record this transaction at the date of sale.
(b) How much revenue should Jupiter report for the entire year?

Wood-Mode Company is involved in the design, manufacture, and installation of various types of wood products for large construction projects. Wood-Mode recently completed a large contract for Stadium Inc., which consisted of building 35 different types of concession counters for a new soccer arena under construction. The terms of the contract are that upon completion of the counters, Stadium would pay $2,000,000. Unfortunately, due to the depressed economy, the completion of the new soccer arena is now delayed. Stadium has therefore asked Wood-Mode to hold the counters at its manufacturing plant until the arena is completed. Stadium acknowledges in writing that it ordered the counters and that they now have ownership. The time that Wood-Mode Company must hold the counters is totally dependent on when the arena is completed. Because Wood-Mode has not received additional progress payments for the arena due to the delay, Stadium has provided a deposit of $300,000.

Prepare the journal entry that Wood-Mode should make, assuming it signed a valid sales contract to sell the counters and received at the time of sale the $300,000 payment.


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