(Subsequent Events) Your firm has been engaged to examine the financial statements of Almaden Corporation for the year 2012. The bookkeeper who maintains the financial records has prepared all the unaudited financial statements for the corporation since its organization on January 2, 2007. The client provides you with the information on the next page. ALMADEN CORPORATION BALANCE SHEET DECEMBER 31, 2012 ALMADEN CORPORATION BALANCE SHEET DECEMBER 31, 2012 ALMADEN CORPORATION BALANCE SHEET DECEMBER 31, 2012 ALMADEN CORPORATION BALANCE SHEET DECEMBER 31, 2012 Assets Assets Liabilities Liabilities Current assets $1,881,100 Current liabilities $ 962,400 Other assets 5,171,400 Long-term liabilities 1,439,500 $7,052,500 Capital 4,650,600 $7,052,500 An analysis of current assets discloses the following. Cash (restricted in the amount of $300,000 for plant expansion) $ 571,000 Investments in land 185,000 Accounts receivable less allowance of $30,000 480,000 Inventories (LIFO flow assumption) 645,100 $1,881,100 Other assets include: Prepaid expenses $ 62,400 Plant and equipment less accumulated depreciation of $1,430,000 4,130,000 Cash surrender value of life insurance policy 84,000 Unamortized bond discount 34,500 Notes receivable (short-term) 162,300 Goodwill 252,000 Land 446,200 $5,171,400 Current liabilities include: Accounts payable $ 510,000 Notes payable (due 2015) 157,400 Estimated income taxes payable 145,000 Premium on common stock 150,000 $ 962,400 Long-term liabilities include: Unearned revenue $ 489,500 Dividends payable (cash) 200,000 8% bonds payable (due May 1, 2017) 750,000 $1,439,500 Capital includes: Retained earnings $2,810,600 Common stock, par value $10; authorized 200,000 shares, 184,000 shares issued 1,840,000 $4,650,600 The supplementary information below is also provided. 1. On May 1, 2012, the corporation issued at 95.4, $750,000 of bonds to finance plant expansion. The long-term bond agreement provided for the annual payment of interest every May 1. The existing plant was pledged as security for the loan. Use the straight-line method for discount amortization. 2. The bookkeeper made the following mistakes. (a) In 2010, the ending inventory was overstated by $183,000. The ending inventories for 2011 and 2012 were correctly computed. (b) In 2012, accrued wages in the amount of $225,000 were omitted from the balance sheet, and these expenses were not charged on the income statement. (c) In 2012, a gain of $175,000 (net of tax) on the sale of certain plant assets was credited directly to retained earnings. 3. A major competitor has introduced a line of products that will compete directly with Almaden’s primary line, now being produced in a specially designed new plant. Because of manufacturing innovations, the competitor’s line will be of comparable quality but priced 50% below Almaden’s line. The competitor announced its new line on January 14, 2013. Almaden indicates that the company will meet the lower prices that are high enough to cover variable manufacturing and selling expenses, but permit recovery of only a portion of fixed costs. 4. You learned on January 28, 2013, prior to completion of the audit, of heavy damage because of a recent fire to one of Almaden’s two plants; the loss will not be reimbursed by insurance. The newspapers described the event in detail. Instructions Analyze the above information to prepare a corrected balance sheet for Almaden in accordance with proper accounting and reporting principles. Prepare a description of any notes that might need to be prepared. The books are closed and adjustments to income are to be made through retained earnings.