223.On November 1 of the current year, Salinger Company paid $9,600 cash for a one-year insurance policy that took effect on that day. On the date of the payment, Salinger recorded the following entry:
224.Carroll Co. is a multi-million dollar business. The business results for the year have been impacted significantly by a slowing economy. The company wants to increase its net income. It has incurred $2,900,000 in unpaid salaries at the end of the year and wants to leave those amounts unrecorded at the end of the year. (a) How would this omission affect the financial statements of Carroll? (b) Which accrual basis of accounting principles does this omission violate? (c) Would this be considered an ethical problem?
225.The following information is available for Hatter Co.
226.The unadjusted trial balance and the adjustment data for Porter Business Institute are given below along with adjusting entry information. What is the impact on net income if these adjustments are not recorded? Show the calculation for net income without the adjustments and net income with the adjustments. Which one gives the most accurate net income? Which accounting principles are being violated if the adjustments are not made?