Journal to record services done on account
Dr. Account receivable 160000
Cr. Service revenue 160000
The T- account will be
dr. account receivable cr.
service revenue 160000 cash 120000
bal c/d 40000
bal b/d 40000
dr. cash a/c cr.
account receivable 120000 bal. c.d 120000
bal b/d 120000
dr. service revenue cr.
bal c/d 160000 Accounts receivable 160000
bal b/d 160000
Cash =120000+40000= retained earning =160000. Revenue =160000-0 =net income =160000
c) the amount of revenue to be reported by Davos is 160000
d) cash flow from operating activities ...
Exercise 3-9A Recording receivables and identifying their effect on financial
Davos Company performed services on account for $160,000 in 2016. Davos collected $120,000
cash from accounts receivable during 2016, and the remaining $40,000 was collected in cash during 2017.
a. Record the 2016 transactions in T-accounts.
b. Record the 2016 transactions in a horizontal statements model like the following one:
Assets 5 Liab. 1 Equity Rev. 2 Exp. 5 Net Inc. Cash Flow
Cash 1 Accts. Rec. 5 Ret. Earn.
c. Determine the amount of revenue Davos would report on the 2016 income statement.
d. Determine the amount of cash flow from operating activities Davos would report on the
2016 statement of cash flows.
e. Open a T-account for Retained Earnings, and close the 2016 Service Revenue account to the
Retained Earnings account.
f. Record the 2017 cash collection in the appropriate T-accounts.
g. Record the 2017 transaction in a horizontal statements model like the one shown in Requirement b .
h. Assuming no other transactions occur in 2017, determine the amount of net income and the
net cash flow from operating activities for 2017.
a., e. & f.