- Prepare the journal entries for each set of transaction data below.
- Post the transactions in the ledger.
- Extract the unadjusted trial balance as of January 31 of this current year.
For this section, prepare the following adjusted journal entries.
1. Record depreciation of $1,000 for equipment.
2. Accrue unpaid wages of $715.
3. Accrue unpaid utilities of $420.
Adjusted Trial Balance as of January 31 of this year.
Submit your completed assessment before the end of Week 5.
Jonathan Swiss owns the Sports Watch Repairs Store. He provides the transactions relating to the month of January this year.
January 2 Invested $10,000 cash as well as providing watch repair equipment with a valuation of $4,800 (Hint: Treat watch repair equipment as part of capital.)
January 4 Paid first month’s rent of $900 cash
January 6 Received $2,500 cash for watch repairs
January 8 Purchased supplies on account from Sears for $500
January 9 Repaired a vintage watch on account for $1,500
January 9 Paid $575 cash for wages
January 12 Purchased watch repair equipment for $1,200 cash
January 13 Received $5,500 cash from watch repairs
January 16 Purchased equipment on account from Sears for $1,000
January 18 Paid $520 cash for advertising expense
January 20 Withdrew $750 cash for personal expenses
January 22 Received $950 cash on account for work done on January 9
January 23 Paid $475 cash for wages
January 26 Received $7,000 cash from watch repairs
January 27 Paid $850 cash on account for the January 16 transactions
January 30 Received $480 cash from repairs previously done on an antique watch