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CHAPTER 14
MULTIPLE CHOICES - COMPUTATIONAL
14-1:

d
Price paid (8,000 shares x P30)
Contingent consideration
Acquisition cost

14-2:

P240,000
5,000
P245,000

b
Purchase price
Less: Fair value of net assets acquired
Goodwill

14-3:

P250,000
180,000
P70,000

c
Purchase price (100,000 shares x P36)
Contingent consideration
Total costs

14-4:

14-5:

d
Price paid (600,000 shares x P50)
Less: goodwill recorded
Fair value of net assets acquired

P30,000,000
6,120,000
P23,880,000

Capital stock issued (600,000 shares x P10)


APIC (600,000 shares xP40) P30,000
Increase in CJs equity

P 6,000,000
23,970,000
P29,970,000

a
Price paid
Less: Fair value of net assets acquired
Current assets
Plant assets
Liabilities
Income from acquisition
APIC: [(P2,550,000 P1,200,000) - P15,000]

14-6:

P3,600,000
120,000
P3,720,000

P2,550,000
P1,100,000
2,200,000
( 300,000)

3,000,000
P( 450,000)
P1,335,000

a (at fair value at date of acquisition)

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14-7:

d
Abel net income, January to December (P80,000 + P1,320,000) P1,400,000
Cain net income, April to December
400,000
Total net income
P1,800,000

14-8:

a
Price paid
Less: Fair value of net assets acquired
Cash
Inventory
Property, plant and equipment
Liabilities
Income from acquisition

14.9

P 800,000
P 160,000
380,000
1,120,000
( 360,000)

1,300,000
P (500,000)

a
Price paid
Less: Fair value of net assets acquired (P600,000 P188,000)
Goodwill
Avons assets
Bells assets at fair value
Total assets

P 700,000
412,000
P 288,000
2,000,000
600,000
P2,888,000

14-10: c
Debit to expenses:
Brokers fee
Pre-acquisition audit fee
General administrative costs
Legal fees for business combination
Other acquisition costs
Total

P 50,000
40,000
15,000
32,000
6,000
P 143,000

Debit to APIC
Audit fee for SEC registration of stock issue
SEC registration fee for stock issue
Total

P 46,000
5,000
P 51,000

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14-11: d
Consideration given:
Cash
Stocks issued at fair value
Total
Less: fair value of net assets acquired:
Cash
Inventories
Other current assets
Plant assets (net)
Current liabilities
Other liabilities
Goodwill

P270,000
330,000
P600,000
P40,000
100,000
20,000
180,000
(30,000)
(40,000)

Total assets after combination:


Total assets before combination
Cash paid (P270,000 + P70,000)
Registration and issuance costs of shares issued
Polos assets after combination
Assets acquired at fair values
Goodwill
Total assets after combination

270,000
P330,000
P 760,000
(340,000)
( 30,000)
P 390,000
340,000
330,000
P1,060,000

14-12: d
Price paid
Less: Fair value net assets acquired
Goodwill

P1,400,000
1,350,000
P 50,000

14-13: a
Price paid
Less: Fair value of net identifiable assets acquired:
Current assets
P 80,000
Non-current assets
120,000
Liabilities
( 20,000)
Income from acquisition

P160,000

Non- current assets

P120,000

180,000
P(20,000)

14-14: c
Price paid
Less: Fair value of identifiable assets acquired:
Cash
P 60,000
Merchandise inventory
142,500
Plant assets (net)
420,000
Liabilities
(135,000)
Goodwill

P600,000

487,500
P112,500

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14-15: b
Price paid
Less: Fair value of identifiable assets acquired
Goodwill
MMs net assets at book value
PPs net assets at fair value
Total assets after combination

P1,000,000
800,000
P 200,000
1,200,000
800,000
P2,200,000

14-16: c, Under the acquisition method assets are recorded at their fair values (P225.000)
14-17: d
Capital stock issued at par (10,000 shares x P10)
APIC (10,000 shares x P40)
Total

P100,000
400,000
P500,000

14-18: d, net assets are recorded at their fair values.


14-19: a
Income from acquisition
Fair value of net assets acquired P2,000,000 P400,000)
Price paid

P 100,000
1,600,000
1,500,000

Shares to be issued (P1,500,000 P40)

37,500 shares

14-20: d
Goodwill
Fair value of net assets acquired
Price paid

P 200,000
1,600,000
P1,800,000

Shares to be issued (P1,800,000 P40)

45,000 shares

14-21: c
Total assets of Pablo before acquisition at book value
Total assets acquired from Siso at fair value (100,000 +440,000)
Total assets
Less: cash paid (15,000 + 25,000)
Total assets after cash payment
Goodwill to be recognized (Sched 1)
Total assets after combination

P 700,000
540,000
1,240,000
40,000
1,200,000
195,000
1,395,000

Sched 1: Consideration given:


Purchase price (30,000 shares x P20) 600,000
Contingent consideration
75,000
Fair value of net assets acquired (540,000 60,000)
Goodwill

675,000
480,000
195,000

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14-22: a
Capital stock issued at par (P500,000 + P300,000)
APIC (50,000 + 300,000) 15,000
Retained earnings (P100,000 25,000)
Stockholders equity after acquisition

P 800,000
335,000
75,000
1,210,000

14-23: a
B Company
P4,400,000
4,150,000
P 250,000

Consideration given
Less: fair value of net assets acquired
Goodwill

C Company
P638,000
370,000
P268,000

Total goodwill recorded (250,000 + 268,000)

518,000

14-24: a
A Company
B Company
C Company
Cash paid for acquisition costs (P20,000 + P10,000)
Goodwill (see 14-23)
Total assets after combination

5,250,000
6,800,000
900,000
(30,000)
518,000
13,438,000

14-25: a
Stockholders equity before acquisition
Capital stock issued at par (229,000 shares x P10)
Additional paid-in-capital [(229,000 x 12) 10,000]
Other acquisition cost (reduction from retained earnings)
Stockholders equity after acquisition
14-26: 1. a
Equipment:
P180,000/5 yrs. =
Building:
P550,000/20 yrs. =
Total depreciation
2. b
Price paid
Less fair value of net assets acquired:
Current assets
Land
Equipment
Building
Current liabilities
Goodwill
14-27: b
Price paid
Final fair value of net assets
Goodwill

P1,300,000
2,290,000
2,738,000
(20,000)
6,308,000

P36,000
27,500
P63,500
P900,000
P100,000
50,000
180,000
550,000
(150,000)

730,000
P170,000
P32 M
28 M
P 4 M

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PROBLEMS
Problem 14-1
1.

Books of Big Corporation


(a) To record acquisition of net assets of Small:
Accounts receivable
Inventories
Property, plant and equipment
Current liabilities
Income from acquisition
Cash
(b) To record acquisition-related costs:
Acquisition expense
Cash

120,000
140,000
300,000
50,000
10,000
500,000
5,000
5,000

Computation of Income from Acquisition:


Price paid
Less: Fair value of net identifiable assets acquired:
Accounts receivable
P120,000
Inventories
140,000
Property, plant and equipment
300,000
Current liabilities
( 50,000)
Income from acquisition
2.

Books of Small Corporation


(a) To record the sale of net assets to Big:
Cash
Current liabilities
Accounts receivable
Inventories
Property, plant and equipment
Retained earnings
(b) To record liquidation of the corporation:
Common stock
Retained earnings
Cash

P500,000

510,000
P( 10,000)

500,000
50,000
120,000
100,000
280,000
50,000
200,000
300,000
500,000

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Problem 14-2
(1) To record the acquisition of net assets:
Cash
Inventory
Building and equipment net
Patent
Accounts payable
Cash
Income from acquisition

50,000
150,000
300,000
200,000
30,000
565,000
105,000

Computation of Income from Acquisition


Price paid
Less: Fair value of net identifiable assets acquired
Total assets
P700,000
Accounts payable
( 30,000)
Income from acquisition
(2) To record acquisition-related costs:
Acquisition expenses
Cash

P565,000
670,000
P(105,000)
5,000
5,000

Problem 14-3
(1) To record acquisition of net assets:
Cash and receivables
Inventory
Building and equipment
Goodwill
Accounts payable
Common stock, P10 par value
Additional paid-in capital

50,000
200,000
300,000
40,000
50,000
60,000
480,000

Computation of Goodwill
Price paid (6,000 shares x P90)
Less: fair value of net identifiable assets acquired
Total assets
P550,000
Accounts payable
( 50,000)
Goodwill
(2) To record acquisition-related costs:
Additional paid-in capital
Acquisition expenses
Cash

P540,000
500,000
P 40,000

25,000
15,000
40,000

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Problem 14-4
(1) To record acquisition of net assets:
Cash
Accounts receivable
Inventory
Land
Building and equipment
Bond discount
Goodwill
Accounts payable
Bonds payable
Common stock, P10 par value
Additional paid-in capital

60,000
100,000
115,000
70,000
350,000
20,000
95,000

Computation of Goodwill
Purchase price (12,000 shares x P50)
Less: Fair value of net identifiable assets acquired
Total assets
P695,000
Total liabilities
( 190,000)
Goodwill

10,000
200,000
120,000
480,000
P600,000
505,000
P 95,000

(2) To record acquisition-related costs:


Additional paid in capital
Acquisition expense
Cash

18,000
10,000
28,000

Problem 14-5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Common stock:: P200,000 + (8,000 shares x P10)


Cash and receivables: P150,000 + P40,000
Land: P100,000 + P85,000
Building and equipment net: P300,000 + P230,000
Goodwill: (8,000 shares x P50) - P355,000
APIC: P20,000 + (8,000 shares x P40)
Retained earnings

P280,000
190,000
185,000
530,000
45,000
340,000
330,000

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Problem 14-6
Combined Statement of Financial Position
After acquisition
Based on P40/share

Based on

P20/share
Cash and receivables
Inventory
Building and equipment
Accumulated depreciation
Goodwill
Total assets

P 350,000
645,000
1,050,000
(200,000)
180,000
P2,025,000

P 350,000
645,000
1,050,000
(200,000)
P1,845,000

Accounts payable
Bonds payable
Common stock P10 Par value
Additional paid-in capital
Retained earnings(including income from acquisition)
Total liabilities and stockholders equity

P 140,000
485,000
450,000
550,000
400,000
P2,025,000

P 140,000
485,000
450,000
250,000
520,000
P1,845,000

Computation of Goodwill Based on P40 per share:


Price paid (15,000 shares x P40)
Less: Fair value of net identifiable assets (P545,000 P125,000)
Goodwill
Computation of Income from Acquisition Based on P20 per share:
Price paid (15,000 shares x P20)
Less: Fair value of net identifiable assets
Income from acquisition (added to retained earnings of Red)

P600,000
420,000
P180,000
P300,000
420,000
P(120,000)

Problem 14-7
(a)

Combined Statement of Financial Position


January 1, 2011

ASSETS
Cash and receivables
Inventory
Land
Plant and equipment
Less: Accumulated depreciation
Goodwill
Total assets
LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS EQUITY
Current liabilities
Capital stock, P20 par value
Capital in excess of par
Retained earnings
Total liabilities and stockholders equity

P 110,000
142,000
115,000
P540,000
150,000
390,000
13,000
P 770,000
P 100,000
214,000
216,000
240,000
P 770,000

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Problem 14-7, continued:

Computation of Goodwill
Price paid (700 shares x P300)
Less: Fair value of net identifiable assets acquired
(P217,000 P20,000)
Goodwill
(b)

P210,000
197,000
P 13,000

Stockholders Equity section


(1) With 1,100 shares issued
Capital stock: P200,000 + (1,100 shares x P20)
Capital in excess of par: P20,000 + (1,100 x P280)
Retained earnings
Total

P222,000
328,000
240,000
P790,000

(2) With 1,800 shares issued


Capital stock: P200,000 + (1,800 shares x P20)
Capital in excess of par: P20,000 + (1,800 x P280)
Retained earnings
Total

P 236,000
524,000
240,000
P1,000,000

(3) With 3,000 shares issued


Capital stock: P200,000 + (3,000 shares x P20)
Capital in excess of par: P20,000 + (3,000 x P280)
Retained earnings
Total

P260,000
860,000
240,000
P1,360,000

Problem 14-8
Revenue
Net income
Earnings per share
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)

2010 (a)
P1,400,000
500,000
P 5.00

2011
P1,800,000 (b)
545,000
P 4.84 (d)

2012
P2,100,000
700,000
P 5.60 (e)

Separate figures for Dollar Transport only.


P2,000,000 P200,000
P620,000 - P55,000
P545,000 / 112,000 shares (100,000 + 125,000) 2
P700,000 / 125 shares

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Problem 14-9
a.

Books of Peter Industries:


(1) To record acquisition of net assets:
Cash
Accounts receivable
Inventory
Long-term investments
Land
Rolling stock
Plant and equipment
Patents
Special licenses
Discount on equipment trust notes
Discount on debentures
Goodwill
Allowance for bad debts
Current payables
Mortgage payables
Premium on mortgage payable
Equipment trust notes
Debenture payable
Common stock
APIC common

28,000
258,000
395,000
175,000
100,000
63,000
2,500,000
500,000
100,000
5,000
50,000
109,700
6,500
137,200
500,000
20,000
100,000
1,000,000
180,000
2,340,000

Computation of Goodwill
Price paid (180,000 shares x P14)
Less: fair value of net identifiable assets acquired
Total assets
P4,112,500
Total liabilities
(1,702,200)
Goodwill
(2) To record acquisition-related costs:
Additional paid in capital
Acquisition expenses
Cash

P2,520,000
2,410,300
P 109,700

42,000
135,000
42,000

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Problem 14-9, continued:

b.

Books of HCC:
Common stock
APIC Common
Treasury stock
To record retirement of treasury stock.
P7,500 = P5 x 1,500 shares
P4,500 = P12,000 P7,500
Investment in stock - Peter
Allowance for bad debts
Accumulated depreciation
Current payable
Mortgage payable
Equipment trust notes
Debentures payable
Discount on bonds payable
Cash
Accounts receivable
Inventory
Long-term investments
Land
Rolling stock
Plant and equipment
Patents
Special licenses
Gain on sale of assets and liabilities
To record sale of assets and liabilities to Peter.

7,500
4,500
12,000

2,520,000
6,500
614,000
137,200
500,000
100,000
1,000,000

Common stock
592,500
APIC Common
495,500
APIC Retirement of preferred
22,000
Retained earnings
1,410,000
Investment in stock Peter
To record retirement of HCC stock and distribution of
Peter Industries stock:
P592,500 = P600,000 - P7,500
P495,500 = P500,000 P4,500
P1,410,000 = P220,000 + P1,189,900

40,000
28,000
258,000
381,000
150,000
55,000
130,000
2,425,000
125,000
95,800
1,189,900

2,520,000

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Problem 14-10
a.

Increase in capital stock (P240,00 P200,000)


Increase in APIC (P420,000 P60,000)
Value of shares issued

P 40,000
360,000
P 400,000

b.

Total assets after combination


Total assets of Subic before combination
Total fair value of assets of Clark before combination

P1,130,000
650,000
P 480,000

Total liabilities after combination


P220,000
Total liabilities of Subic before combination
(140,000)
Fair value of Clarks net assets (including goodwill)
Less: Goodwill
Fair value of Clarks net assets before combination

( 80,000)
P 400,000
55,000
P 345,000

c.

Par value of common stock after combination


Par value of common stock before combination
Increase in par value
Divided by par value per share
Number of shares issued

P 240,000
200,000
P 40,000
P5
8,000 shares

d.

Value of shares computed in (a)


Number of shares issued computed in
Market price per share

P 400,000
8,000
P
50

Problem 14-11
a.

Inventory reported by Son at date of combination was P70,000


(325,000 P20,000 P55,000 P140,000 P40,000)

b.

Fair value of total assets reported by Son:


Fair value of cash
Fair value of accounts receivable
Fair value of inventory
Buildings and equipment reported following purchase
Buildings and equipment reported by Papa
Fair value of Sons total assets

c.

P 20,000
55,000
110,000
P570,000
(350,000)

220,000
P405,000

Market value of Sons bond:


Book value reported by Son
Bond premium reported following purchase
Market value of bond

P100,000
5,000
P105,000

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Problem 14-11, continued:

d.

Shares issued by Papa Corporation:


Par value of stock following acquisition
Par value of stock before acquisition
Increase in par value of shares outstanding
Divide by par value per share
Number of shares issued

e.

f.

P190,000
(120,000)
P 70,000

P5
14,000

Market price per share of stock issued by Papa Corporation


Par value of stock following acquisition
Additional paid-in capital following acquisition

P190,000
262,000

Par value of stock before acquisition


Additional paid-in capital before acquisition
Market value of shares issued in acquisition
Divide by number of shares issued
Market price per share

P120,000
10,000

P452,000
(130,000)
P322,000
14,000
P 23.00

Goodwill reported following the business combination:


Market value of shares issued by Papa
Fair value of Sons assets
Fair value of Sons liabilities:
Accounts payable
P 30,000
Bond payable
105,000
Fair value of liabilities
Fair value of Sons net assets
Goodwill recorded in business combination
Goodwill previously on the books of Papa
Goodwill reported

P322,000
P405,000

(135,000)
(270,000)
P 52,000
30,000
P 82,000

g.

Retained earnings reported by Son at date of combination was P90,000


(P325,000 P30,000 P100,000 P50,000 P55,000)

h.

Papas retained earnings of P120,000 will be reported.

i.

1.

Acquisition expense
Additional paid-in capital
Cash

8,500
6,300
14,800

2.

Goodwill previously computed (no changes)

P82,000

3.

Additional paid-in capital reported following combination


Stock issue costs
Total additional paid-in capital reported

P262,000
(6,300)
P255,700

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Problem 14-12
(1)

(2)

(3)

Liability from contingent consideration


80,000
Loss on contingent payment
40,000
Cash
2 x (average income of P110,000 P50,000) = P120,000
Additional paid in capital
Common stock, P1 par
2 x (average income of P110,000 P50,000) P10

12,000

Additional paid in capital


Common stock, P1 par
Deficiency (P12 P8) x 200,000 shares
Divided by fair value per share
Additional shares to be issued

100,000

120,000

12,000

100,000
P800,000
8
100,000 shares

Problem 14-13
(1)

To record the acquisition of net assets of Baby Company:


Current assets
Non-current assets
Goodwill
Current liabilities
Non-current liabilities
Estimated liability for contingent consideration
Cash
Common stock, (15,000 shares x P4)
Additional paid in capital (15,000 shares x P36)
Goodwill computation:
Price paid:
Cash
Common stock (15,000 shares x P40)
Contingent consideration (P100,000 x 75%)
Total price paid
Less: Fair value of net assets acquired
Current assets
P 256,000
Non-current assets
660,000
Current liabilities
( 162,000)
Non-current liabilities
( 440,000)
Goodwill

(2)

Goodwill
Estimated liability for contingent consideration
(P100,000 x 90%) - P75,000

256,000
660,000
761,000
162,000
440,000
75,000
400,000
60,000
540,000

P 400,000
600,000
75,000
1,075,000

314,000
P 716,000
15,000
15,000

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Problem 14-14
(1)

Price paid
Less: Fair value of net assets acquired
Goodwill recorded

P500,000
400,000
P100,000

(2 a) No, because the carrying amount of the net assets of the business is less
than the recoverable of the unit.
(2 b) Yes.
Estimated recoverable amount of the unit
Carrying value of the unit, excluding goodwill
Implied fair value of the goodwill
Existing recorded goodwill (No. 1)
Estimated impairment loss
Entry:
Impairment loss
Goodwill

P400,000
340,000
60,000
100,000
P(40,000)
40,000
40,000

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