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Journal EntriesDo journal entries from June 3rd to June 16th.June 3: Record a cabinet installationA cabinet component was installed for a cash customer. The installment fee was for 3 hours at $120.00 per hour. Sales tax is not charged on installation fees. Invoice Number: B3450.June 3 101 Cash 360.00 405 Installation RevenueFOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS:360.001. At the date prompt enter 03 for the day and press the Tab key (do not use the Enter key). If the date has been entered incorrectly, use the backspace key and reenter the date.2. At the account prompt type 101 and press the Tab key. To record the debit to Cash enter 360.00 in the debit amount column. Do not use dollar signs or commas. If the account or amount is incorrect, click on the appropriate item and reenter. Tab to the next position.3. At the account prompt type 405 and press the Tab key. Move to the credit column and enter 360.00 as the credit to Installation Revenue. Click on the Verify Journal button. The equality of debits and credits will be automatically verified. If any part of the journal entry is incorrect at this point, click on the Clear Screen button and reenter the transaction.4. At the invoice prompt enter B3450 as the sales invoice number. The alphabet letters may be entered in upper or lower case for all documents (Invoices, Debit Memos, and Credit Memos).5. Check the entry carefully. If you wish to make a correction to any document, click on the document box and enter the correct number. If the entry is correct, click on the Verify Documents button. The verification checks for 5-character entries and does not guarantee the correctness of the numbers entered. Verification is required before the entry can be posted.6. Click on the Post Ledger button. The entry will be recorded in the General Journal and posted to the General Ledger.Page 4Brandon’s Cabinet Shop – Module 1Copyright © 2011 – 2018 PKL Software, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Last Revised: December 2, 2018Heads Up:In this module you will be required to record: (1) a correcting entry, and (2) the declaration of a cash dividend. __________________________________________________________________ June 3: Record a correcting entryIt has been discovered that an entry on June 1 for $35.45 was debited in error to the Miscellaneous Expense account rather than to the correct account of Advertising Expense. The date of the original cash transaction entry is June 1. Invoice Number: AD006.1.2. 3. 4. 5.NOTE: NOTE:The entry correction procedure for the Brandon’s Cabinet Shop accounting system requires that an error entry be backed out (reversed) and reentered correctly. Using the June 1 date, debit the Cash (101) account and credit the Miscellaneous Expense (629) account for the 35.45. Click on the Verify Journal button.At the invoice prompt enter AD006 as the invoice number. Click on the Verify Documents button. Click on Post Ledger to post the entry.Enter the transaction correctly with a June 1 date, a debit to Advertising Expense (605), and a credit to Cash (101) for 35.45. Click on the Verify Journal button.When the check number prompt appears enter ERROR to indicate that this is an error correction entry and a new check is not being issued.Enter the AD006 invoice number at the invoice number prompt. Click on the Verify Documents button. Click on Post Ledger to post the entry.This error correction procedure must be followed. It leaves a clear audit trail of all corrections and is to be followed throughout this business simulation.If at any time you wish to view the journal entries that you have entered, click on Journal/Ledgers/Statements, and select General Journal. You may scroll through the journal entries or print a copy of the journal. To exit the General Journal, click on Data Entry.Page 5Brandon’s Cabinet Shop – Module 1Copyright © 2011 – 2018 PKL Software, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Last Revised: December 2, 2018USE THE CHART OF ACCOUNTS FOR REFERENCE WHEN JOURNALIZING______________________________________________________________________________June 3: Record a purchase of equipment and supplies on creditShop equipment listed at $1,268.00 and shop supplies listed at $125.40 were purchased on account from Albert Machinery. Sales taxes are included in the listed prices of these assets. Albert Machinery offers net 10 credit terms. Invoice number: A9850. Vendor Number: 20300.1. At the date prompt, enter 03 for the day and press the Tab key.2. Click on the down arrow at the end of the Account Numbers and Titles row.3. Select account number 135, Shop Equipment, and the account number and title will automatically be entered in the account title column of the general journal. Tab to the Debit column and enter 1268.00. Tab to the next row.4. Click on the down arrow at the end of the Account Number and Titles row. Now select account number 603, Shop Supplies Expense. Enter the second debit amount of 125.40. Tab to the next row.5. Click on the down arrow at the end of the Account Number and Titles row and select account number 201, Accounts Payable. Tab to the credit amount column and enter 1,393.40.6. At the invoice prompt enter A9850 as the invoice number and press the Tab key.7. At the Vendor Number prompt click on the down arrow and select Albert Machinery, the first vendor on the list. On future entries involving Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable, use the scroll bar to select the correct vendor or customer. Vendor and customer numbers can also be entered directly.Click on Verify Documents. When all of the data displayed is correct click on Post Ledger.Page 6Brandon’s Cabinet Shop – Module 1Copyright © 2011 – 2018 PKL Software, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Last Revised: December 2, 2018______________________________________________________________________________June 4: Record the sale of a cabinet component for cashCabinet components were sold for $3,600.00 plus sales tax of 7%. Invoice Number: B3451.June 4 101 Cash401 Cabinet Sales 205 Sales Tax Payable3852.003600.00 252.00After you have recorded this sale, the program will automatically record and post a debit to the Cost of Goods Sold and a credit to Merchandise Inventory for $2,571.43, which is the cost of the cabinet components.The markup on cabinet components is 40% on cost or 28.6% on selling price. ________________________________________________________________________June 4: Record the payment of an expenseA check was issued for $155.00 to a freight company for special delivery of cabinet components from a vendor to Brandon’s Cabinet Shop. (This is not a delivery expense!) Enter the date as 04. After the check number and invoice number have been entered, click on the Verify Documents button. If the transaction is complete and correct, click on the Post Ledger button. Check Number: 45001. Invoice Number: F1069.______________________________________________________________________________June 6: Record the collection of an account receivableA check was received from Brown’s Custom Cabinet as payment in full for sales invoice B3448. Move the pointer to Journal/Ledgers/Statements, select Subsidiary Ledgers, and select Accounts Receivable Ledger. Click on Customer, from the textbox select account 10450, and then click on Show AR Ledger. Examine the account to determine the amount due from Brown’s Custom Cabinet. Return to Data Entry. Click on the Daily JE button. Invoice Number: B3448. Customer Number: 10450.Note that the last journal entry of June 4 is shown on the screen. Click on OK then click on Clear Screen.Record the receipt of cash from customer Brown’s Custom Cabinet.Page 7Brandon’s Cabinet Shop – Module 1Copyright © 2011 – 2018 PKL Software, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Last Revised: December 2, 2018______________________________________________________________________________Move the pointer to Journal/Ledgers/Statements and select General Journal. Click on the Print button and print the General Journal. Take a moment to compare the General Journal to the transactions recorded from June 3 to June 6. Note the document detail provided with each entry. If there are any errors, follow the correcting entry procedures. Do not make correcting entries for incorrect check or invoice numbers. For those types of errors, simply make note of them on the printout. Click on the X in the upper right hand corner to close print screens.Move the pointer to Data Entry and click. Click on the Daily JE button.______________________________________________________________________________June 6: Record a cabinet installment on creditCabinets were installed for credit customer Charles Hook. The installation work took 2.5 hours. Sales tax is not charged on installation fees. Invoice Number: B3452. Customer Number: 10740.______________________________________________________________________________June 6: Record the payment of an account payableA check was issued to Connor Plywood for payment of the May 28 invoice for $9,500.00. The credit terms are 2/10, n/30. Check Number: 45002. Invoice Number: CP754. Vendor Number: 22700.At the date prompt type D, instead of 06. When a transaction has the same date as the previous transaction, use of the D key will automatically record the date of the previous transaction.June 6 201 Accounts Payable101 Cash115 Merchandise Inventory9500.009310.00 190.00Discounts earned for paying within discount periods of vendor credit terms are credited to the Merchandise Inventory account.______________________________________________________________________________June 8: Record the credit purchase of merchandise inventoryRecord the purchase of precut and unassembled cabinet components from Bright-Way Cabinets The list price of the components is $9,450.00. Purchased unassembled cabinet components are classified as merchandise inventory. Invoice Number: BW250. Vendor Number: 21500.Page 8Brandon’s Cabinet Shop – Module 1Copyright © 2011 – 2018 PKL Software, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Last Revised: December 2, 2018_____________________________________________________________________________June 9: Record a declared cash dividendThe board of directors of Brandon’s Cabinet Shop declared a cash dividend of $5,000.00 to be paid on June 25. Invoice Number: DIVDC (dividend declared).Brandon’s Cabinet ShopModule 2Transactions For June 10-16Page 1Brandon’s Cabinet Shop – Module 2Copyright © 2011 – 2018 PKL Software, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Last Revised: December 2, 2018Heads Up:In this module you will be required to record: (1) unearned revenue and (2) a sales return of merchandise by a customer. ________________________________________________________________________ June 10: Record a bank credit card saleCabinet components were sold for $3,600.00 plus 7% sales tax. The customer paid for the cabinet components with a bank credit card. When a customer uses a bank credit card to purchase cabinet components, the sale is recorded as a cash sale. Invoice Number: B3453.The program will automatically record and post a debit to the Cost of Goods Sold and a credit to Merchandise Inventory for the cost of the cabinet components.______________________________________________________________________________June 11: Record the collection of an account receivableA check was received from Lakespur Homes for payment of sales invoice B3422. Examine the Lakespur Homes Cabinet account to determine the amount owed to Brandon’s Cabinet Shop.Record the receipt of the check. Invoice Number: B3422. Customer Number: 11375 ______________________________________________________________________________June 11: Record the sale of merchandise and installation service on creditRecord the sale of cabinet components with a list price of $4,200.00, plus 7% sales tax, and 4 hours of installation fees to customer Ralph Morehead. Invoice Number: B3454. Customer Number: 11625.______________________________________________________________________________June 11: Record the payment for an advertisementA check was issued to Better Abodes for an advertisement in its June 17th weekly edition. The invoice from Better Abodes was for $314.00. Check Number: 45003. Invoice Number: BA699______________________________________________________________________________June 13: Record the sale of cabinet componentsA customer purchased $1,200.00 of cabinet components, plus sales tax. The sales invoice was paid with cash. Invoice Number: B3455.______________________________________________________________________________June 13: Record installation fees paid in advanceInstallation of the cabinets purchased in the previous transaction was estimated at 3 hours and was paid in advance by the customer who used a bank credit card. Installation fees paid in advance are credited to Unearned Revenue. Invoice Number: B3456.Page 2Brandon’s Cabinet Shop – Module 2Copyright © 2011 – 2018 PKL Software, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Last Revised: December 2, 2018______________________________________________________________________________June 14: Record the maintenance of a delivery vehicleA check for $234.70 was issued to a local automobile dealer for periodic maintenance of a Brandon’s Cabinet Shop delivery vehicle. Check Number: 45004. Invoice Number: D3499.______________________________________________________________________________June 15: Record a sales return and allowanceOne of the cabinets delivered by Brandon’s Cabinet Shop to Ralph Morehead on June 11 was slightly damaged. A credit memo for $214.00, which included 7% sales tax, was issued to the customer, who refused to accept the cabinet. Invoice Number: B3454. Credit Memo: CM006. Vendor Number: 11625. (To determine the selling price of the cabinet, divide the total of the credit memo by 1.07.)______________________________________________________________________________June 16: Record salaries and wages expenseA check was issued for $935.67 for salaries and wages expenses for the two-week period of June 3 to June 16. Check Number: 45005. Invoice Number: PAYRL (payroll).______________________________________________________________________________June 16: Record the purchase of shop supplies on creditBrandon’s Cabinet Shop purchased a supply of varnishes, on credit, from Visionary Finishes. The invoice totaled $650.00 and will be charged as Shop Supplies Expense. Invoice Number: VF806. Vendor Number: 28500.

Wayland Custom Woodworking is a firm that manufactures custom cabinets and woodwork for business and residential customers. Students will have the opportunity to establish payroll records and to complete a month of payroll information for Wayland. Wayland Custom Woodworking is located at 1716 Nichol Street, Logan, Utah, 84321, phone number 435-555-9877. The owner is Mark Wayland. Wayland’s EIN is 91-7444533, and the Utah Employer Account Number is 999-9290-1. Wayland has determined it will pay their employees on a semimonthly basis. Federal income tax should be computed using the percentage method.

For Part 1 of this project, you will complete payroll for the entire fourth quarter (Q4) of 2016, which consists of the final six pay periods of the year.  Once payroll has been completed for the fourth quarter, you will then file the annual tax forms for Wayland as well as prepare each employee’s Form W-2 in Part 2.

The SUTA (UI) rate for Wayland Custom Woodworking is 2.6% on the first $32,200. The state withholding rate is 5.0% for all income levels and marital statuses, which will be used in computing Utah withholding tax for each employee using the tax tables provided below.

Rounding can create a challenge. For this project, the hourly rate for the individuals should be rounded to five decimal places. So take their salary and divide by 2,080 (52 weeks at 40 hours per week) for all full time employees, both exempt and nonexempt. For nonexempt employees, such as Stevon Varden, Varden’s salary is $42,000 and is a nonexempt employee, so the calculation will be $42,000/2,080, which would give you $20.19231 per hour, and use this to compute the employee’s gross pay based on the number of hours worked.  When a nonexempt employee has worked overtime hours for a given pay period, take their regular hourly rate and multiply it by 1.5, round the result to 5 decimal places, and multiply the new rate by their number of overtime hours.

For exempt employees, such as Anthony Chinson, an hourly rate rounded to five decimal places should be determined using the same method shown above, but gross pay should be determined by taking the exempt employee’s yearly salary and dividing it by 24, which is the number of payroll periods with a semimonthly frequency.  For example, Chinson’s salary is $24,000 and is a full time employee.  Chinson’s hourly rate is $11.53846 (determined by taking $24,000/2,080), but as he is an exempt employee, the calculation for his gross pay will be $24,000/24, which would give you $1,000.  For pay periods that include paid holidays, ensure to distribute an exempt employee’s regular pay accordingly to holiday pay based on the number of hours that consist of the holidays for that period.

Employees are paid for the following holidays occurring during the final quarter:

Thanksgiving day and the day after, Thursday and Friday November 24-25
Christmas, which is a Sunday. When holidays occur on a weekend, the preceding Friday, December 23, is considered a holiday. Employees receive holiday pay for Monday, December 26.

For the completion of this project, refer to the tax-related information in the table below.  For federal withholding calculations, use the percentage method tables in Appendix C, which is provided below. For Utah state withholding calculations, use the Utah Schedule 3 tax tables linked below (ensure to use the appropriate Utah table based on each employee’s marital status). Both 401(k) and insurance are pretax for federal income tax and Utah income tax.

Federal Withholding Allowance (less 401(k), Section 125)
$168.80 per allowance claimed

Semimonthly Federal Percentage Method Tax Table

Appendix C Page 254 Table #3

Federal Unemployment Rate (employer only) (less Section 125)
0.6% on the first $7,000 of wages

State Withholding Rate (less 401(k), Section 125)
See Utah Schedule 3, Table 1 or use the Excel Version of Schedule 3

State Unemployment Rate (employer only) (less Section 125)
2.6% on the first $32,200 of wages

The balance sheet for WCW as of September 30, 2016, is as follows:

Wayland Custom WoodworkingBalance Sheet9/30/2016

Assets
 
Liabilities & Equity

Cash
$
1,125,000.00
 
Accounts Payable
$
112,490.00

Supplies
 
27,240.00
 
Salaries and Wages Payable
 
 

Office Equipment
 
87,250.00
 
Federal Unemployment Tax Payable
 
 

Inventory
 
123,000.00
 
Social Security Tax Payable
 
 

Vehicle
 
25,000.00
 
Medicare Tax Payable
 
 

Accumulated Depreciation, Vehicle
 
 
 
State Unemployment Tax Payable
 
 

Building
 
164,000.00
 
Employee Federal Income Tax Payable
 
 

Accumulated Depreciation, Building
 
 
 
Employee State Income Tax Payable
 
 

Land
 
35,750.00
 
401(k) Contributions Payable
 
 

Total Assets
 
1,587,240.00
 
Employee Medical Premiums Payable
 
 

 
 
 
 
Notes Payable
 
224,750.00

 
 
 
 
Utilities Payable
 
 

 
 
 
 
Total Liabilities
 
337,240.00

 
 
 
 
Owners’ Equity
 
1,250,000.00

 
 
 
 
Retained Earnings
 

 
 
 
 
Total Equity
 
1,250,000.00

 
 
 
 
Total Liabilities and Equity
 
1,587,240.00

October 1:

Wayland Custom Woodworking (WCW) pays its employees according to their job classification. The following employees comprise Wayland’s staff:

Employee Number
Name and Address
Payroll information

00-Chins
Anthony Chinson
Married, 1 Withholding allowance

530 Sylvann Avenue
Exempt

Logan, UT 84321
$24,000/year + commission

435-555-1212
Start Date: 10/1/2016

Job title: Account Executive
SSN: 511-22-3333

 
 
 

00-Wayla
Mark Wayland
Married, 5 withholding allowances

1570 Lovett Street
Exempt

Logan, UT 84321
$75,000/year

435-555-1110
Start Date: 10/1/2016

Job title: President/Owner
SSN: 505-33-1775

 
 

01-Peppi
Sylvia Peppinico
Married, 7 withholding allowances

291 Antioch Road
Exempt

Logan, UT 84321
$43,500/year

435-555-2244
Start Date: 10/1/2016

Job title: Craftsman
SSN: 047-55-9951

 
 

01-Varde
Stevon Varden
Married, 2 withholding allowances

333 Justin Drive
Nonexempt

Logan, UT 84321
$42,000/year

435-555-9981
Start Date: 10/1/2016

Job title: Craftsman
SSN: 022-66-1131

 
 

02-Hisso
Leonard Hissop
Single, 4 withholding allowances

531 5th Street
Nonexempt

Logan, UT 84321
$49,500/year

435-555-5858
Start Date: 10/1/2016

Job title: Purchasing/Shipping
SSN: 311-22-6698

 
 

00-Succe
Student F Success
Single, 1 withholding allowance

1650 South Street
Nonexempt

Logan, UT 84321
$36,000/year

435-556-1211
Start Date: 10/1/2016

Job title: Accounting Clerk
SSN: 555-55-5555

 
 

Voluntary deductions for each employee are as follows:

Name
Deduction

Chinson
Insurance: $50/paycheck

401(k): 3% of gross pay

Wayland
Insurance: $75/paycheck

401(k): 6% of gross pay

Peppinico
Insurance: $75/paycheck

401(k): $50 per paycheck

Varden
Insurance: $50/paycheck

401(k): 4% of gross pay

Hissop
Insurance: $75/paycheck

401(k): 3% of gross pay

Student
Insurance: $50/paycheck

401(k): 3% of gross pay

The departments are as follows:

       Department 00: Sales and Administration

       Department 01: Factory workers

       Department 02: Delivery and Customer service

You have been hired as of October 1 as the new accounting clerk. Your employee number is 00-SUCCE. Your name is Student F Success. Your address is 1650 South Street, Logan, UT 84321. Your phone number is 435-556-1211, you were born July 16, 1985, your Utah driver’s license number is 887743 expiring in 7/16/2018, and your Social Security number is 555-55-5555. You are considered a nonexempt employee, have one withholding allowance, and paid a rate of $36,000 per year.

Required: 

1.  Complete the payroll process for Wayland Custom Woodworking’s fourth quarter pay periods.  Please note that for pay periods after October 15, you must carry the current ending year to date (YTD) amounts as they appear from the prior pay period from each employee’s Employee Earning Records form (EERF) to the rows titled “Prior Period YTD”.  Amounts from the current pay period will be auto-populated to the employee EERFs once you complete the payroll register, and will be combined with the prior period YTD amounts to determine the new current ending YTD amounts.

For example, if the year to date gross pay for Anthony Chinson is $5,000 after the October 31 pay period, you would take this amount and add it to the appropriate input box for gross pay on the “Prior Period YTD” row for their November 15 EERF. 

Additionally, you must carry the ending balance from each account in the prior period General Ledger to the following period’s General Ledger to the input boxes titled “Ending account balance from the prior period” before posting the payroll journal entries from the current period to the Ledger.

For additional instructions on how to carry information from one pay period to another, along with a guided walkthrough example of this process, refer to the project user guide in the project information section above.

 October 15

October 15 is the end of the first pay period for the month of October. Employee pay will be disbursed on October 20, 2016. Any time worked in excess of 80 hours during this pay period is considered overtime for nonexempt employees. Remember that the employees are paid on a semimonthly basis.

Complete the Employee Gross Pay tab.
Complete the Payroll Register for October 15.
Refer to the Employee Earning Record Forms for each employee for the current YTD amounts after you have completed the October 15 Payroll Register. Amounts from the current period are auto-populated from the Payroll Register.
Complete the General Journal entries for the October 15 payroll.
Post the journal entries to the General Ledger.

Part 1

October 31 is the end of the final pay period for the month. Employee pay will be disbursed on November 4, 2016. Any hours exceeding 88 during this pay period are considered overtime for nonexempt employees. Compute the employee pay below. Update the Employees’ Earning Records for the period’s pay and update the YTD amount. Remember that the employees are paid semi-monthly.

Part 2

Part 3 November 15

Compute the pay for each employee. Update the Employee Earning record for the period’s pay and the new YTD amount. Employee pay will be disbursed on November 18, 2016. Any hours exceeding 88 during this pay period are considered overtime for nonexempt employees. Remember that the employees are paid semimonthly.

Part 4 November 30

Compute the Net Pay for each employee. Employee pay will be disbursed on December 5, 2016. Update the Employees’ Earning Record with the November 30 pay and the new YTD amount.

The company is closed and pays for the Friday following Thanksgiving. The employees will receive holiday pay for Thanksgiving and the Friday following. All the hours over 88 are eligible for overtime for nonexempt employees as they were worked during the non-holiday week.

Part 4 December 15

Compute the net pay and update the Employees’ Earning Record with the December 15 pay and the new YTD information. Any hours worked in excess of 80 hours during this pay period are considered overtime for nonexempt employees.

Part 6 December 31

The final pay period of the year will not be paid to employees until January 3, 2017. The company will accrue the wages for the final pay period only. Since the pay period is complete, there will not be a reversing entry for the accrual.  As a result, paychecks will not be issued for this pay period since they will be paid in the following year and reflected on the Employee Earning Record forms for each employee when paid.

The company pays for the day before and the day of Christmas, and if the holiday is on a weekend, the company pays for the Friday before. Christmas fell on a Sunday, so employees will be paid for both the Friday and Monday as holiday pay.  Employees worked extra hours on Saturday during the week of 12/23-12/29.  Reminder, holidays and vacations are not included as hours worked for calculation of overtime.

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