Essay about Sigler Week 3 Assignment

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ASSIGNMENT 3
KENNETH JOSEPH SIGLER
ACC 380 ACCOUNTING FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
ERINA MASTER
MAY 17, 2015 problem 7-13
The City of Sweetwater maintains an Employees Retirement Fund, a single-employer defined benefit plan that provides annuity and disability benefits. The fund is financed by actuarially determined contributions from the citys General Fund and by contributions from employees. Administration of the retirement fund is handled by General Fund employees, and the retirement fund does not bear any administrative expenses. The Statement of Fiduciary Net Position for the Employees Retirement Fund as of July 1, 2014, is shown here:

CITY OF SWEETWATER
Employees Retirement Fund
Statement of Fiduciary Net Position
As of July 1, 2014
Assets
Cash
$120,000.00
Accrued Interest Receivable
$65,000.00
Investments, at Fair Value

Bonds
$4,500,000.00
Common Stocks
$1,300,000.00
Total Assets
$5,985,000.00
Liabilities
Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses
$350,000
Fiduciary Net Position Restricted for Pensions
$5,635,000.00

During the year ended June 30, 2015, the following transactions occurred:
1. The interest receivable on investments was collected in cash.
2. Member contributions in the amount of $250,000 were received in cash. The city’s General Fund also contributed $750,000 in cash.
3. Annuity benefits of $700,000 and disability benefits of $150,000 were recorded as liabilities.
4. Accounts payable and accrued expenses in the amount of $990,000 were paid in cash.
5. Interest income of $240,000 and dividends in the amount of $40,000 were received in cash. In addition, bond interest income of $60,000 was accrued at year-end.
6. Funds of $133,000 were made in cash to terminated, nonvested participants.
7. Common stocks, carried at fair value of $500,000, were sold for $480,000. That $480,000, plus an additional $300,000, was invested in stocks.
8. At year-end, it was determined that the fair value of stocks held by the pension plan had decreased by $40,000; the fair value of bonds had increased by $35,000.
9. Nominal accounts for the year were closed.

a. Record the transactions on the books of the Employees Retirement Fund.

Debit
Credit
Cash
$65,000.00

Accrued Interest Receivable

$65,000.00
Retirement Fund
$100,000.00

Employee Contributions

$250,000.00
General Fund Contribution

$750,000.00
Employee Benefit Liability
$850,000.00

Disability Insurance

$150,000.00
Retirement

$700,000.00
Accounts Payable
$990,000.00

Accrued Expense

$990,000.00
Accrued Expense
$990,000.00

Cash

$990,000.00
Cash
$280,000.00

Interest Income

$240,000.00
Dividend Receivable

$40,000.00
Accrued Interest
$60,000.00

Bond Interest

$60,000.00
Terminated Persons Payable
$133,000.00

Cash

$133,000.00
Common Stocks (Fair Value)
$500,000.00

Common Stocks (Sold)

$480,000.00
Common Stock (loss)

$20,000.00
Common Stock (Bought)
$780,000.00

Cash

$300,000.00
Transfer from Common Stock Sold

$480,000.00
Pension Plan Stocks (Fair Value at Purchase)
$780,000.00

Pension Plan Bonds (Fair Value at last account)
$4,500,000.00

Pension Plan Bond (new Fair Value)

$4,535,000.00
Pension Plan Stock (New Fair Value)

$740,000.00
Loss In Fair Value of common Stock

$40,000.00
Gain In Fair Value on Bonds
$35,000.00…