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139.On February 15, Jewel Company buys 7,000 shares of Marcelo Corp. common stock at $28.53 per share plus a brokerage fee of $400. The stock is classified as available-for-sale securities. On March 15, Marcelo Corp. declares a dividend of $1.15 per share payable to stockholders of record on April 15. Jewel Company received the dividend on April 15 and ultimately sells half of the Marcelo Corp. stock on November 17 of the current year for $29.30 per share less a brokerage fee of $250. The journal entry to record the sale of the 3,500 shares of stock on November 17 is: 
 
 

A.Debit Cash $102,300; credit Long-Term Investments-AFS $99,855; credit Gain on Sale of Long-Term Investments $2,445.

B.Debit Cash $102,550; credit Long-Term Investments-Trading $99,855; debit Gain on Sale of Long-Term Investments $2,645.

C.Debit Cash $102,550; credit Long-Term Investments-AFS $100,055; credit Gain on Sale of Long-Term Investments $2,495.

D.Debit Cash $102,300; credit Long-Term Investments-AFS $100,055; credit Gain on Sale of Long-Term Investments $2,245.

E.Debit Cash $102,550; credit Long-Term Investments-Trading $99,855; credit Gain on Sale of Long-Term Investments $2,645.

140.On February 15, Jewel Company buys 7,000 shares of Marcelo Corp. common stock at $28.53 per share plus a brokerage fee of $400. The stock is classified as available-for-sale securities. On March 15, Marcelo Corp. declares a dividend of $1.15 per share payable to stockholders of record on April 15. Jewel Company received the dividend on April 15 and ultimately sells half of the Marcelo Corp. stock on November 17 of the current year for $29.30 per share less a brokerage fee of $250. The fair value of the remaining shares is $29.50 per share. The amount that Jewel Company should report on its year-end December 31 income statement related to the investment in Marcelo Corp. is: 
 
 

A.$10,295.

B.$8,050.

C.$2,245.

D.$3,195.

E.$5,440.

141.On February 15, Jewel Company buys 7,000 shares of Marcelo Corp. common at $28.53 per share plus a brokerage fee of $400. The stock is classified as available-for-sale securities. On March 15, Marcelo Corp. declares a dividend of $1.15 per share payable to stockholders of record on April 15. Jewel Company received the dividend on April 15 and ultimately sells half of the Marcelo Corp. stock on November 17 of the current year for $29.30 per share less a brokerage fee of $250. The fair value of the remaining shares is $29.50 per share. The amount that Jewel Company should report in the equity section of its year-end December 31 balance sheet for its investment in Marcelo Corp. is: 
 
 

A.$10,295.

B.$8,050.

C.$2,245.

D.$3,195.

E.$6,390.

142.On February 15, Jewel Company buys 7,000 shares of Marcelo Corp. common at $28.53 per share plus a brokerage fee of $400. The stock is classified as available-for-sale securities. On March 15, Marcelo Corp. declares a dividend of $1.15 per share payable to stockholders of record on April 15. Jewel Company received the dividend on April 15 and ultimately sells half of the Marcelo Corp. stock on November 17 of the current year for $29.30 per share less a brokerage fee of $250. The fair value of the remaining 3,500 shares is $29.50 per share. The amount that Jewel Company should report in the asset section of its year-end December 31 balance sheet for its investment in Marcelo Corp. is: 
 
 

A.$200,110.

B.$103,250.

C.$2,245.

D.$3,195.

E.$5,440.

3,500 shares * $29.50 = $103,250

143.Financial statements that show the financial position, results of operations, and cash flows of all entities under the parent company's control, including all subsidiaries are known as: 
 
 

A.Combined financial statements

B.Consolidated financial statements

C.Equity financial statements

D.Statement of owner's equity

E.Investor financial statements

144.The two business entities involved in an investment in securities with controlling influence, for which consolidated financial statements are prepared, are known as: 
 
 

A.Parent and Investor

B.Subsidiary and Investee

C.Consolidator and Parent

D.Parent and Subsidiary

E.Both are referred to as partners.

 

 

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