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Homework answers / question archive / The Woody Group of Woody and its investee companies Coo and Hoo at 31 May 2020 are shown below: Draft Income Statements for the year ended 31 May 2020   woody R 000 COO R 000 HOO R 000 revenue 1 138 488 149 cost of sales 576 214 59 gros profit 562 274 90 other operating expenses 138 54 40 profit from operations 424 220 50 interest payable 38 44 14 profit before tax 386 176 36 taxation 54 24 6 profit for the year 332 152 30         draft statements as of financial position as at 31 May 2020   woody R 000 coo R 000 HOO R 000 non current assets       PPE 690 812 712 Investments 1 950 - -   2 640 812 712 current assets       inventories 700 594 56 recievables 1000 180 130 cash ans cash equivalent 375 25 15   2075 799 201   4715 1611 913 equity       share capital ( R1 ordinary share 1 875 600 500 reserves 1 125 690 160   3000 1290 660 non current liabilities       7 % loan note 300 200 50 current liabilities       trade payables 1350 101 188 taxation 65 20 15   1415 121 203   4715 1611 913         Additional information ? During the year Woody acquired a new asset with a fair value of R100,000 under a finance lease

The Woody Group of Woody and its investee companies Coo and Hoo at 31 May 2020 are shown below: Draft Income Statements for the year ended 31 May 2020   woody R 000 COO R 000 HOO R 000 revenue 1 138 488 149 cost of sales 576 214 59 gros profit 562 274 90 other operating expenses 138 54 40 profit from operations 424 220 50 interest payable 38 44 14 profit before tax 386 176 36 taxation 54 24 6 profit for the year 332 152 30         draft statements as of financial position as at 31 May 2020   woody R 000 coo R 000 HOO R 000 non current assets       PPE 690 812 712 Investments 1 950 - -   2 640 812 712 current assets       inventories 700 594 56 recievables 1000 180 130 cash ans cash equivalent 375 25 15   2075 799 201   4715 1611 913 equity       share capital ( R1 ordinary share 1 875 600 500 reserves 1 125 690 160   3000 1290 660 non current liabilities       7 % loan note 300 200 50 current liabilities       trade payables 1350 101 188 taxation 65 20 15   1415 121 203   4715 1611 913         Additional information ? During the year Woody acquired a new asset with a fair value of R100,000 under a finance lease

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The Woody Group of Woody and its investee companies Coo and Hoo at 31 May 2020 are shown below:

Draft Income Statements for the year ended 31 May 2020

 

woody

R 000

COO

R 000

HOO

R 000

revenue 1 138 488 149
cost of sales 576 214 59
gros profit 562 274 90
other operating expenses 138 54 40
profit from operations 424 220 50
interest payable 38 44 14
profit before tax 386 176 36
taxation 54 24 6
profit for the year 332 152 30
       

draft statements as of financial position as at 31 May 2020

 

woody

R 000

coo

R 000

HOO

R 000

non current assets

     
PPE 690 812 712
Investments 1 950 - -
  2 640 812 712
current assets      
inventories 700 594 56
recievables 1000 180 130
cash ans cash equivalent 375 25 15
  2075 799 201
  4715 1611 913
equity      
share capital ( R1 ordinary share 1 875 600 500
reserves 1 125 690 160
  3000 1290 660
non current liabilities      
7 % loan note 300 200 50
current liabilities      
trade payables 1350 101 188
taxation 65 20 15
  1415 121 203
  4715 1611 913
       

Additional information

? During the year Woody acquired a new asset with a fair value of R100,000 under a finance lease. The lease agreement states payments of R20,000 must be paid for six years on 31 May each year, starting on 31 May 2020. At the end of the six-year period legal title of the asset will pass to Woody

. ? Woody believes the only accounting entry he must make in relation to this asset is for the R20,000 payment he has made and he has treated this as an operating expense.

? Woody acquired 600,000 ordinary shares in Coo on 1 June 2016 for R1,550,000 when the reserves of Coo were R200,000.

? At the date of acquisition of Coo, the fair value of its property was R375,000 higher than its book value and considered to have a remaining life of 10 years.

? Woody acquired 150,000 ordinary shares in Hoo on 1 June 2019 for R400,000 when the reserves of Hoo were R90,000. The fair values of assets of Hoo were the same as their net book value at that date. Depreciation should be treated as an operating expense.

? Woody manufactures a component used by Coo and Hoo. Woody sells this component at a margin of 25% and sold goods to Coo for R52,000 during the year. None of these goods had been sold by Coo at 31 May 2020. Woody sold goods to Hoo for R80,000 and Hoo had sold all of these goods at 31 May 2020.

? The receivables of Woody include R60,000 in respect of amounts owing by Coo and R35,000 in respect of amounts owing by Hoo. The corresponding balances in the payables of Coo and Hoo are R40,000 (Coo) and R35,000 (Hoo). On 30 May 2020 Coo had sent a cheque to Woody for R20,000.

? The impairment test on goodwill applied to Coo showed goodwill is being impaired by 10% per annum on a straight line basis. There has been no impairment for Hoo. Requirements:

11.1 Prepare the calculations for the adjustments required to be made in the accounts of Woody for the year ended 31 May 2020, to account for the finance lease in note (i). You should apply the sum of the digits method when calculating the finance cost and prepare all workings to the nearest thousand. You should assume these calculations will have no effect on taxation. (5)

11.2 Prepare the consolidated statement of comprehensive income and consolidated statement of financial position of the Woody group at 31 May 2020, incorporating the calculations you have made in requirement (a) above. (20)

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