Question 1 of 30 3.3334 PointsCondi Corporation sells $100,000, 12%, 10-year bonds for 97 on January 1, 2009. Interest is paid on January 1 and July 1. Straight-line amortization is used. The amount of interest paid on July 1, 2009 is: A. $6,000. B. $5,850. C. $12,000. D. $6,150. Question 2 of 30 3.3334 PointsA bond payable is similar to which of the following? A. Accounts Payable B. Notes Payable C. Accounts Receivable D. CashQuestion 3 of 30 3.3334 PointsFor a corporation, a premium on bonds results when: A. the contract rate is less than the market rate. B. the contract rate is greater than the market rate. C. the face value is greater than the effective rate. D. None of these answers are correct.Question 4 of 30 3.3334 PointsWhen the contract rate of interest on bonds is equal to the market rate of interest, bonds sell at: A. a premium. B. their face value. C. a discount. D. their maturity value.Question 5 of 30 3.3334 PointsBailey Corporation has decided to issue bonds pledging specific assets. What type of bonds is it offering? A. Secured bonds B. Debenture bonds C. Serial bonds D. Convertible bondsQuestion 6 of 30 3.3334 PointsBond Interest Payable is reported as a: A. contra-liability on the balance sheet. B. current liability on the income statement. C. contra-liability on the income statement. D. current liability on the balance sheet.Question 7 of 30 3.3334 PointsCarrying value is the same thing as: A. fair market value. B. discount value. C. book value. D. premium value.Question 8 of 30 3.3334 PointsThe contract rate for a bond is: A. the annual interest rate based on face value. B. the annual interest rate based on selling price. C. the annual interest rate based on market value. D. None of these answers are correct.Question 9 of 30 3.3334 PointsDavis Corporation sells $100,000, 12%, 10-year bonds for 103 on January 1. Compute the semi-annual interest expense recorded on July 1 using the interest method. The market rate is 8%. A. $12,000 B. $8,240 C. $6,000 D. $4,120Question 10 of 30 3.3334 PointsWhen selling bonds at a premium, the premium received effectively: A. reduces the cost of borrowing. B. does not affect the cost of borrowing. C. reduces the amount of cash received when bonds are sold. D. increases the cost of borrowing.Question 11 of 30 3.3334 PointsThe entry to record the semiannual payment and amortization of the discount using the straight-line method on a 10%, $100,000, 5-year bond issued at 97 would be to: A. debit Bond Interest Expense $10,000; credit Cash $10,000. B. debit Bond Interest Expense $5,000; credit Cash $5,000. C. debit Bond Interest Expense $13,000; credit Cash $10,000; credit Discount on Bonds Payable $3,000. D. debit Bond Interest Expense $5,300; credit Cash $5,000; credit Discount on Bonds Payable $300.Question 12 of 30 3.3334 PointsThe interest rate specified in the bond indenture is called the: A. market rate. B. discount rate. C. effective rate. D. contract rate.Question 13 of 30 3.3334 PointsBond certificates state the: A. market value and contract rate. B. market value and current interest rate. C. face value and contract rate. D. face value and current interest rate. Question 14 of 30 3.3334 PointsDividends paid to stockholders are: A. taxable to the corporation. B. treated the same as bond interest. C. taxable to the recipient stockholder. D. None of these answers are correct.Question 15 of 30 3.3334 PointsBonds payable issued with collateral are called: A. debenture bonds. B. secured bonds. C. callable bonds. D. serial bonds.Question 16 of 30 3.3334 PointsIf Accounts Receivable decreases on a comparative balance sheet, this means: A. collections were more than sales. B. credit sales are increasing more than collections. C. credit sales are decreasing. D. None of these answers are correct.Question 17 of 30 3.3334 PointsOf the following items, which is not classified as an investing activity on the statement of cash flows? A. Selling goods and services B. Sale of a plant asset for cash C. Collecting loans D. Purchasing landQuestion 18 of 30 3.3334 PointsCollins Corporation reported net income of $35,000; depreciation expenses of $20,000; an increase in Accounts Payable of $2,000; and an increase in Accounts Receivable of $3,000. Net cash flow from operating activities using the indirect method is: A. $56,000. B. $55,000. C. $54,000. D. $50,000.Question 19 of 30 3.3334 PointsIf $12,000 was generated from operations, $6,000 was used for investing activities, and $4,000 was provided by financing activities, the cash balance would: A. increase by $2,000. B. increase by $14,000. C. increase by $10,000. D. decrease by $20,000.Question 20 of 30 3.3334 PointsThe accuracy of the statement of cash flows, regardless of method used, can be verified by computing the change in the balance of: A. revenue. B. equity. C. liabilities. D. cash.Question 21 of 30 3.3334 PointsThe statement of cash flows provides information about all of the following except: A. operating activities. B. financing activities. C. investing activities. D. organizing activities.Question 22 of 30 3.3334 PointsActivities that pay and collect interest on loans are: A. financing and investing activities. B. operating and financing activities. C. marketing activities. D. operating and investing activities.Question 23 of 30 3.3334 PointsMany accountants prefer which method of computing cash flow from operating activities? A. Direct method B. Indirect method C. Combination method D. Adjusting methodQuestion 24 of 30 3.3334 PointsThe sale of plant and equipment for cash would result in: A. a decrease subtracted from net income from operations. B. a decrease in cash from investing activities. C. an increase in cash from investing activities. D. an increase added to net income from operations.Question 25 of 30 3.3334 PointsWhich of the following would be included in the net cash flows from operating activities section of a cash flow statement using the indirect method? A. Sales of plant, property and equipment B. Payment of interest and expenses C. Making loans and paying out interest D. Issuing bonds and notesQuestion 26 of 30 3.3334 PointsWhen comparing net cash provided by operating activities using the indirect versus direct method: A. there is no difference between the two methods B. net cash is lower using indirect method C. net cash is higher using the indirect method D. depreciation expense is used in the direct method. Question 27 of 30 3.3334 PointsThe cash flow statement has all of the following sections except: A. net cash flow from operating activities. B. net cash flow from managing activities. C. net cash flow from financing activities. D. net cash flow from investing activities.Question 28 of 30 3.3334 PointsBig Toy Corporation’s records show profit of $30,000; depreciation expense of $10,000; and cash dividends declared and paid of $5,000. The amount of cash used in operating activities using the indirect method is: A. $10,000. B. $40,000. C. $20,000. D. $30,000.Question 29 of 30 3.3334 PointsActivities that increase and decrease as a result of selling a company’s stock are: A. investing activities. B. marketing activities. C. operating activities. D. financing activities.Question 30 of 30 3.3334 PointsWhen preparing the statement of cash flows by the indirect method, if accumulated depreciation increases the difference is: A. added to net income. B. not considered in the statement of cash flows using the indirect method. C. added to investments. D. deducted from net income.

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