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Computing Cash Flows from Operating activities: Indirect Method

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Computing Cash Flows from Operating activities: Indirect Method

E3A. During 2014, Ortega Corporation had net income of $82,000. included on its income statement were depreciation expense of $4,600 and amortization expense of $600. During the year, Accounts Receivable increased by $6,800, Inventories decreased by $3,800, Prepaid Expenses decreased by $400, Accounts Payable increased by $10,000,and Accrued Liabilities decreased by $900. Determine net cash flow from operating activities using the indirect method.

Preparing a Schedule of Cash Flow from Operating Activities: Indirect Method  

E4A. For the year ended June 30, 2014, net income for Flake Corporation was $14,800. Depreciation Expenses was $4,000. During the year, Accounts Receivable increased by $8,800, Inventories increased by $14,000, Prepaid Rent decreased by $2,800, Accounts Payable increased by $28,000, Salaries Payable increased by $2,000, and Income Taxes Payable Decreased by $1,200. Use the indirect method to prepare a schedule of cash flows from operating activities.

Computing Cash Flows from Investing Activities: Plant Assets    

E6A. The T accounts for plant assets and accumulated depreciation for Street Company at the end of 2014 follow.  

In addition,  Street’s income statements shows a gain on sale of plant assets of $8,800. Compute the amount to be shown from investing activities, and show how they appear on the statement of cash flows.

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