On 1 July 2013, Samwell Ltd acquired 100% of the share capital of Gilly Ltd

ACC 322 Assignment

Question 3 (30 Marks)

On 1 July 2013, Samwell Ltd acquired 100% of the share capital of Gilly Ltd (cum div) for $810,000. Gilly Ltd’s balance sheet on acquisition date included:

Dividend payable    $10,000
Retained earnings    200,000
Share capital    500,000
General reserve    50,000

At acquisition date, all of Gilly Ltd’s net assets were recorded at fair value except for:

Carrying amount    Fair value
Inventory    $34,000    $40,000
Land    67,000    75,000
Contingent liability    -    10,000
Buildings (Cost $96,000)    67,200    78,000

Additional Information:

a) The dividend payable at acquisition date was subsequently paid in August 2013.

b) The revalued inventory was sold during the year ended 30 June 2014.

c) The contingent liability identified on the acquisition of Gilly Ltd still existed at 30 June 2017.

d) The revalued land was sold during the year ended 30 June 2017 for $42,000.

e) The revalued buildings were still held at 30 June 2017 being depreciated on the straight line basis at 10% p.a.

f) Since acquisition, goodwill has been impaired by $4,000. $1,500 of this impairment occurred during the year ended 30 June 2017.

g) Of the management fee revenues earned by Samwell Ltd during the year ended 30 June 2017, $12,000 was collected from Gilly Ltd.

h) Gilly Ltd’s inventory balance at 1 July 2016 included an item previously purchased from Samwell Ltd. This inventory had been sold by Samwell Ltd to Gilly Ltd at a profit of $4,000.

i) During the year ended 30 June 2017, Gilly Ltd sold a quantity of inventory to Samwell Ltd for $18,000. This inventory had originally cost Gilly Ltd $12,000 with 25% of this inventory still being held by Samwell Ltd at 30 June 2017.

j) All dividends paid/declared by Samwell Ltd during the year ended 30 June 2017 was from post-acquisition profits.

k) Financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2017 are reproduced below:

  Samwell Ltd    Gilly Ltd
Sales    $5,220,000    $2,670,000
Cost of goods sold    (4,070,000)    (2,210,000)
Gross profit    1,150,000    460,000
Dividend revenue    92,000    -
Interest revenue    -    20,000
Management fees revenue    25,000    -
Other income    30,000    -
Depreciation expense    (180,000)    (86,000)
Finance costs    (91,000)    (35,000)
Other expenses    (284,000)    (33,000)
Profit before income tax    742,000    326,000
Income tax expense    (202,000)    (88,000)
Profit after tax    540,000    238,000
Retained earnings at (01/07/16)    695,000    322,000
Interim dividend paid    (70,000)    (32,000)
Final dividend declared    (140,000)    (60,000)
Retained earnings at (30/06/17)    1,025,000    468,000
Share capital    800,000    500,000
General reserve    210,000    50,000
Total equity    2,035,000    1,018,000
Trade and other payables    413,000    137,000
Dividend payable    140,000    60,000
Loan from Gilly Ltd
(8% per year, interest payable 31 December)    250,000    -
Mortgage loan    1,453,000    401,000
Deferred tax liabilities    90,000    -
Total liabilities    2,346,000    598,000
Total liabilities and equity    4,381,000    1,616,000
Cash    194,000    115,000
Trade and other receivables    72,000    35,000
Dividends receivable    60,000    -
Inventory    750,000    440,000
Land    770,000    250,000
Buildings    1,500,000    780,000
Accumulated depreciation buildings    (320,000)    (494,000)
Plant and equipment    790,000    450,000
Accumulated depreciation plant and equipment    (235,000)    (210,000)
Investment in Gilly Ltd    800,000    -
Loan to Samwell Ltd
(8% per year, interest payable 31 December)    -    250,000
Total Assets    4,381,000    1,616,000

 Required:

1. Determine the gain on bargain purchase or goodwill as at acquisition date. (2 marks)

2. Prepare the consolidation journal entries for Samwell Ltd immediately after acquisition on 1 July 2013. (6 marks)

3. Prepare the consolidation journal entries for Samwell Ltd as at 30 June 2017. (14 marks)

4. Prepare the consolidation worksheet for the preparation of the consolidated financial statements by Samwell Ltd as at 30 June 2017. (8 marks)

Question 4 (40 marks)
Part A (30 marks)

On 1 January 2013, Petyr Ltd acquired 80% of the share capital of Sansa Ltd for $4,400,000. At acquisition date, Sansa Ltd’s balance sheet included:

Share capital    $5,000,000
Retained profits    350,000
General reserve    50,000

At acquisition date, all of Sansa Ltd’s net assets were recorded at fair value except for:

Carrying Amount    Fair Value
Equipment (cost $67,000)    $50,000    $58,000

Additional information:

a) Petyr Ltd adopts the partial goodwill method.

b) The revalued equipment was still held at 30 June 2017, being depreciated on the straight-line  basis over 5 years.

c) On 1 January 2016, Sansa Ltd sold an item of equipment to Petyr Ltd, recognising a gain of $22,000 on the sale. This equipment was still held at 30 June 2017 and at the time of the sale it was estimated that it would have a further useful life of 10 years.

d) During the year ended 30 June 2017, Sansa Ltd sold a quantity of inventory to Petyr Ltd for $28,000. Sansa Ltd received a gain of $8,500 on the sale and Petyr Ltd still held 25% of this inventory at 30 June 2017.

e) During the year ended 30 June 2017, Petyr Ltd sold an item of plant to Sansa Ltd at a gain of $80,000. This machinery was held as inventory in the books of Sansa Ltd at 30 June 2017.
f) Financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2017 are reproduced below:

   Petyr Ltd    Sansa Ltd
Sales    $3,283,750    $1,800,000
Cost of goods sold    (1,490,000)    (1,460,000)
Gross profit    1,793,750    340,000
Gain on sale of plant    80,000    -
Other income    16,250    -
Depreciation expense    (320,000)    (240,000)
Other expenses    (180,000)    (130,000)
Profit (loss) before income tax    1,390,000    (30,000)
Income tax expense/income    (440,000)    10,000
Profit (loss) after tax    950,000    (20,000)
Retained earnings at 01/07/16    1,100,000    600,000
Dividends paid    (500,000)    -
Dividend declared    -    (25,000)
Trans. from general reserve    -    15,000
Retained earnings at 30/06/17    1,550,000    570,000
Share capital    7,000,000    5,000,000
General reserve    -    35,000
Total Equity    8,550,000    5,605,000
Current tax liability    480,000    -
Other liabilities    960,000    855,000
Borrowings    -    1,500,000
Deferred tax liability    -    -
Total Liabilities    1,440,000    2,355,000
Total liabilities and equity    9,990,000    7,960,000
Inventory    420,000    543,750
Other current assets    930,000    2,180,000
Property, plant and equipment    4,210,000    1,992,500
Accumulated depreciation    (1,050,000)    (800,000)
Investments    5,400,000    3,583,750
Deferred tax asset    80,000    460,000
Total assets    9,990,000    7,960,000

Required:

1. Determine the gain on bargain purchase or goodwill as at acquisition date. (2 marks)

2. Prepare the consolidation journal entries for Petyr Ltd at 1 January 2013, immediately after acquisition. (4 marks)

3. Prepare the consolidation journal entries for Petyr Ltd as at 30 June 2017. (16 marks)

4. Prepare the consolidation worksheet for the preparation of the consolidated financial statements by Petyr Ltd as at 30 June 2017. (8 marks)

Part B (10 marks)

On 1 July 2017, Tywin Ltd acquired 75% of the shares (cum div.) of Shae Ltd for $120,500. At this date the equity of Shae Ltd consisted of:

Share capital    $ 40,000
General reserve    3,000
Retained earnings    25,000

At the date of the business combination, all the identifiable assets and liabilities of Shae Ltd had carrying amounts equal to their fair values except for:

Carrying amount    Fair value
Plant (cost $60,000)    $40,000    $55,000
Inventory    25,000    31,000
Receivables    33,000    30,000

Additional information:
a) One of the liabilities of Shae Ltd at 1 July 2017 was a dividend payable of $5,000.

b) The tax rate is 30%

Required:

A. Prepare the acquisition analysis as at acquisition date using the partial goodwill method. Show all workings. (2 marks)
B. Prepare the acquisition analysis as at acquisition date using the full goodwill method and the fair value of the non-controlling interest at the date of acquisition is $20,000.
Show all workings. (3 marks)
C. What are some of the implications of allowing the group to have two options in accounting for goodwill on consolidation? (5 marks – maximum 350 words)

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