Peri Company acquired 60% of the outstanding common stock of Sam Company on June 30, 2011 for $283,800. On that date, the fair value of the non-controlling interest was $189,200. On the acquisition date, Sam Company had retained earnings in the amount of $60,000, and the fair value of its recorded assets and liabilities was equal to their book value. The excess of cost over the fair value of the recorded net assets was attributed to an unrecorded manufacturing formula held by Sam Company, which had an expected remaining useful life of five years from June 30, 2011.
On December 31, 2011, Peri company sold equipment (with an original cost of $200,000 and accumulated depreciation of $50,000) to Sam Company for $175,000. This equipment has since been depreciated at an annual rate of 20% of the purchase price.
During 2012, Sam Company sold land to Peri Company at a profit of $30,000. Peri still holds the land acquired from Sam.
The inventory of Peri Company on December 31, 2012 included goods purchased from Sam Company on which Sam recognized a profit of $7,500.
During 2013, Sam Company sold goods to Peri Company for $375,000, of which $160,000 was unpaid at December 31, 2013. The December 31, 2013 inventory of Paul Company included goods acquired from Sam Company on which Sam recognized a profit of $10,500.
During 2013 Peri Company sold goods to Sam Company for $600,000 at a markup on sales of 20%. At December 31, 2013, 30% of these goods remain unsold by Sam Company. Sam Company still owes Peri remain unsold by Sam Company. Sam Company still owes Peri Company $160,000 for these inventory purchases.
During 2013, Peri Company sold a trademark to Sam Company for $100,000. The trademark had a book value of $20,000 at the sale date. Sam still holds the trademark at 12/31/13. The trademark is not amortizable and is not impaired. Sam still owes Peri for the trademark sale.
On January 1, 2013 Sam Company reports $600,000 in bonds outstanding with a book value of $564,000. Peri purchases half of these bonds on the open market for $291,000. Attribute the income effects of this transaction to the parent company.
Required: Carefully Follow and label each step.
1. Prepare the acquisition analysis as of acquisition date. Compute the unamortized differential as of 1/1/2013.
2. Analyze each intercompany transaction. Label as either upstream downstream.
3. Calculate Net income to the controlling interest for the year 2013
4. Verify the calculation of the balance in the account equity in sub earnings and record the parent company entries with respect to its investment during 2013
5. Prepare all elimination entries for 2013.
6. Complete the consolidating spreadsheet for the year ended 2013.
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