Record the adjusting entry for salaries payable (LO3-3) Fighting Irish Incorporated pays its employees $3,220 every two weeks ($230/day). The current two-week pay period ends on December 28, 2021, and employees are paid $3,220. The next two-week pay period ends on January 11, 2022, and employees are paid $3,220. Required: Record the adjusting entry on December 31, 2021. Calculate the 2021 yearend adjusted balance of Salaries Payable (assuming the balance of Salaries Payable before adjustment in 2021 is $0).

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Record the adjusting entry on December 31, 2021. Calculate the 2021 year end adjusted balance of Salaries Payable (assuming the balance of Salaries Payable before adjustment in 2021 is $0).

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Db Salaries expenses____________________ 690  

Cr Salaries payable_______________________  690

Explanation:

Pays  3220 Two Weeks

Pays  230 Daily

 

Dates       Expense Payable

December 29 230  

December 30 230  

December 31 230  

Janaury 1  230

Janaury 2  230

Janaury 3  230

Janaury 4  230

Janaury 5  230

Janaury 6  230

Janaury 7  230

Janaury 8  230

Janaury 9  230

Janaury 10  230

Janaury 11  230

690 2530

 

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Db Salaries expenses____________________ 690  

Cr Salaries payable_______________________  690


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Answer:

b. $530

Explanation:

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Answer:

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meet with Chad in person and establish goals for improvement.

Explanation:

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  • We can get the pointers which is making that particular employee to behave in such a manner or we can otherwise guide that employee in the right direction so that the organizational goals are met.

Following things will not work:

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Answer:

$1,454,000

Explanation:

Calculation to determine How much cash was provided by operating activities during the year

Using this formula

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Let plug in the formula

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Operating activities=$1,454,000

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