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On 21 June 20x1, the Large Mart store in Armidale purchased a new company car for its customer service department (called the ?Nerd Herd?). The car costs $60,000 and was purchased from Coffs Harbour Car Sales. When purchasing the car, Large Mart took out a 1 year comprehensive insurance policy with NRMA insurance for a cost of $2,000. The invoice for the car allows Large Mart to deduct 5% of the cost of the car if the invoice is paid within 10 days.


On 21 June 20x1, the Large Mart store in Armidale purchased a

 

new company car for its customer service department (called the

 

?Nerd Herd?). The car costs $60,000 and was purchased from

 

Coffs Harbour Car Sales. When purchasing the car, Large Mart

 

took out a 1 year comprehensive insurance policy with NRMA

 

insurance for a cost of $2,000. The invoice for the car allows Large

 

Mart to deduct 5% of the cost of the car if the invoice is paid

 

within 10 days.

 

On 23 July 20x1, Large Mart paid the invoice from the Coffs

 

Harbour Car Sales (after deducting 5% discount) as well as the

 

invoice for the insurance of the car.

 

Required:

 

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a) Determine if the amount paid for the comprehensive insurance

 

of the car and the discount received from Coffs Harbour Car Sales

 

influence the total cost of the car in Large Mart?s accounting

 

system AND explain your decision. (3 marks)

 


 

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b) Provide all journal entries that are necessary in the books of

 

Large Mart to account for the purchase of the car, and the payment

 

of the invoice from Coffs Harbour Car Sales. (3 marks)

 


 

On 1 July 20x1, Large Mart purchases a new building (and the

 

associated land) in Sydney. Large Mart paid $600,000 for the land

 

and $800,000 for the building.

 

Large Mart will use the building for 25 years. After this time the

 

building will have a residual value of $50,000. All Large Mart

 

buildings are depreciated using the declining-balance method, and

 

the yearly depreciation percentage for this building will be 8%.

 

On 30 June 20x3, Large Mart decides to revalue the building to its

 

fair value of $750,000.

 

Required:

 

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a) Calculate the yearly amount of depreciation for the new

 

building for the year ended 30 June 20x3 AND outline the required

 

calculations. (2 marks)

 


 

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b) Provide all journal entries that are necessary to record the

 

revaluation of the building on 30 June

 

20x3 AND outline the required calculations.

 

(4 marks)

 


 

 

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