Prepare the issuer's journal entry for each of the following separate transactions.
a. On March 1, Atlantic Co. issues 49,500 shares of $4 par value common stock for $318,500 cash.
b. On April 1, OP Co. issues no-par value common stock for $84,000 cash.
c. On April 6, MPG issues 3,400 shares of $20 par value common stock for $53,000 of inventory, $150,000 of machinery, and acceptance of a $103,000 note payable.
Debit : Cash $318,500
Credit : Common Stock $198,000
Credit : Excess of Par $120,500
Being Issue of Par value Shares for $318,500 cash
Debit : Cash $84,000
Credit : Common Stock $84,000
Being Issue of no Par value shares for $84,000 cash
Debit : Inventory $53,000
Debit : Note Receivable $103,000
Credit : Common Stock $68,000
Credit : Excess of Par $88,000
Being Issue of Par value Shares for Inventory and Note Receivable
Note: We are instructed to prepare journals from the issuer`s point of view and this needs to be followed.
When shares are issued, the Common Stock increases :
a. For par value Common Stocks, any price paid in excess of par value is accounted in Excess of Par Reserve.
b. For no par value shares, there is no Excess of Par Reserve, we simply record the increase in Common Stock at the price paid for.
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