Portfolio of exercises 1:
Time limit: 48 hours
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Please answer all the questions below. Explain your calculations
General journal, Ledger accounts, Unadjusted trial balance, Balance sheet
Recording revenues and expenses
Submit your assignment in an Excel document
Font: Arial 12,5 pts.
Submission: Week 3)- Via Moodle (Turnitin). No later than Sunday 17 of October, 2021 23h59.
Weight: This task is a 30% of your total grade for this subject.
It assesses the following learning outcomes:
Outcome 1: Critically understand the different depreciation methods
Outcome 2: Knowing how to record the sale of used assets
Outcome 3: Critically understand the differences between depreciation and amortization processes
On 1s of January 2021, the company GET INSURED, Ltd. purchased a license for computer software to improve the management of the client portfolio.
The price of the license is $50,000 and its useful life 5 years
The same day, the company sells a vehicle of its fleet for $38,000. The company had purchased it on January 15, 2019 for $96,000. The car had an estimated
useful life of 5 years and an estimated salvage value of $6,000 at the date of the purchase
Prepare a complete amortization schedule for the license of the software using the straight line method (20 points)
Prepare a complete depreciation schedule of the vehicle using the straight line method (20 points)
Prepare a complete depreciation schedule of the vehicle using the double declining balance method (20 points)
Record the journal entries for the sale of the vehicle taking into account that the company used the straight line method for depreciation purposes (15
Record the journal entries for the sale of the vehicle taking into account that the company used the double declining balance method for depreciation
purposes (15 points)
Explain the differences between the results of question 4 and 5. (10 points)
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