SMOLIRA GOLF CORP. 2018 Income Statement Sales $ 515,454 Cost of goods sold 365,628 Depreciation 46,713 Earnings before interest
and taxes $ 103,113 Interest paid 21,483 Taxable income $ 81,630 Taxes (23%) 18,775 Net income $ 62,855 Dividends $ 25,000 Retained earnings 37,855 Prepare the 2018 statement of cash flows for Smolira Golf Corp. (Negative answers should be indicated by a minus sign.)
The correct answer is B. Salaries Payable would be recorded in the amount of 13,542.39.
Given that the company's gross payroll is $19,676, and that a discount of $3,438 must be applied by the Federal Income Tax, a 6% social security rate, a 0.8% federal unemployment rate, a 1.5% rate Medicare and 5.4% state unemployment rate, the following gross discounts must be made to gross payroll to determine wages to be paid after taxes:
3,438 (Federal Income Tax)
19,676 x 0.06 = 1,180.56 (social security rate)
19,676 x 0.008 = 157.408 (federal unemployment rate)
19,676 x 0.015 = 295.14 (Medicare rate)
19,676 x 0.054 = 1,062.5 (state unemployment rate)
Therefore, those discounts should be subtracted from the gross payroll in order to get the Salaries Payable:
it includes all of the costs related to the product
in fives C, cost represent the total value of economic sacrifice that a business have to made in order to create the product. It includes things like the cost of materials, the amount of salary that need to be made to pay the employees who made it, the amount of money needed to operate machines to make it, etc.
Price on the other hand, is the amount of payment / compensation that the business expect from customers in exchange of obtaining the product. As a general rule to generate a profit, the Total price need to exceed the amount of cost of that product.
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