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48.

A car rental company acqui red vehicles for a total cost of P15,000,000 with the intention of holding them as rental cars for a limited period and then selling them. The car rental company, in the ordinary course of business, routinely sells vehicles acquired for car rental. The estimated life of the vehicles acqui red was 8 years and after 6 years, the sai d vehicles will be available for sale. The proceeds from the sal e of the vehicles was P10,000,000 which happened at the end of the 7th year. What is the amount of gain from the subsequent sale of these vehicles recognized in the 7th year applying PA S 16? a. P -0b. P 6,250,000 c. P 8,125,000 d. P 10,000,000

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49. Ian Co. is calculating earnings per share amounts for inclusion in the Ian's annual report to shareholders. Ian has obtai ned the following information from the controller's office as well as shareholder services: Net income from January 1 to D ecember 31 P125,000 Number of outstandi ng shares: January 1 to March 31 April 1 to M ay 31 June 1 to D ecember 31 15,000 12,500 17,000

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In addition, Ian has issued 10,000 incentive stock options with an exercise price of P30 to its employees and a year-end market price of P25 per share. Ian Company's diluted earnings per share for the year ended December 31 is a. 4.63 b. 4.85 c. 7.35 d. 7.94

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50. A lessee is required to pay a refundable deposit of P100, 000 to the lessor at the inception of an operating lease for which no i nterest is receivable. The fixed leas e term is 10 years. The market interest rate is 5% (i.e., that is the interest rate the lessor would have to pay if he borrowed P100,000 for a 10 year term from a third party). The date of inception is February 1, 2013. Assuming the annual lease payment is P60,000, determine the net amount recognized in lessees profi t or loss as of December 31, 2014 applying PAS 17 Leases and financial instruments standards. (Round PV factors to 4 decimal places) a. P52,7186 decreas e b. P55,725 decreas e c. P60,651 decreas e d. P63,861 decreas e

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Instruction: On the answer sheet provided, Shade the letter representing the best answer for each of the following questions. Necessary computations should be made on separate sheets of paper. Avoid making erasures. The scanning machine may invalidate your answer.

1. On July 31, 2013 New Inc. purchased for P75,000,000 a tract of land on which a decrepi t office building was located. The intention of New Inc. is to demolish the office building (wi th a remaining useful life of 5 years) and replace it with a new building. New will not us e the office building prior to the demolition. The following data were collected concerni ng the property : Fair Value 7/31/13 P 60,000,000 20,000,000

Assume that on January 1, 2013, DEF Corp. sold 24,000 ZYX shares P32/share. What is the net effect of this transaction in the companys comprehensive income in calendar year (CY) 2013? a. P5,400 increas e b. P40,500 increase c. P85,500 increase d. P130,500 increase

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The new building that will be constructed in late 2014 will be classified as owner -occupied property and that New uses the cost model of accounting its Property, plant and equipment. What is the amount of depreciation expense recognized for fiscal year ended June 30, 2014 in relation to the above transaction? a. P -0b. P 4,000,000 c. P 3,750,000 d. P 3,437,500 Use the follo wing information for the next two items During your audit of Azkals Corp., you established the following data concerning the cash position as of December 31, 2010: Cash and cash equivalents per ledger Cash on hand per count Unrecorded Credit memo from bank Unrecorded Debi t Memo from bank Cash balance, per bank statement 30-day time deposit Total outstanding checks The cashier prepared the following reconciliation: Balance per bank statements Add: Unrecorded Credit M emo Cash per count Less Outstanding checks Cash per l edger, December 31, 2010 2. In preparing reconciliation, the adjusted cash and cash equivalents should be a. P7,965 b. P4,833 c. P 5,933 d. P6,393 3. The cash shortage (if any) is a. P105 b. P360 c.P555 d. P 0 P 6,750 P 100 2,032 2,132 P 8,882 457 P 8,425 P 8,425 2,032 100 5 4,750 2,000 817

44. ABC Company has 100,000 ordinary shares in issue. It also has 50,000 convertible bonds (face value of each bond is P1) in issue, which may be conv erted into ordinary shares on the basis of one share for every five bonds. The interes t coupon on the bond is 8%, and the tax rate in force is 25%. It has also issued share options wi th respect to 12,000 shares, which are exercisable at a price of P40. The average fair value of ABC Companys shares during the year was P60. The convertible bonds and options were outs tanding since the beginning of the y ear. Basic earnings per share for the year are calculated to be P3.97. What is the number of shares used to compute for diluted earnings per share for ABC Company? a. P 114,000 b. P100,000 c. P122,000 d. Not applicabl e

45. On January 1, 2013, AJ Company purchased several pieces of inventory for P20,000. However, SC Company, the seller, agreed to wait for exactly two years before receiving payment. Then, on December 31, 2013, AJ Company sells all of this inventory to BY Corporation for P30,000. AJ Company agrees to wai t for exactly three years to receive the P30, 000 payment. A reasonable interest rate for thes e transactions is 8% although no separate cas h interest is to be paid on either the purchas e or the sale. For the audit of year ended December 31, 2013, the gross profit that AJ Company should recognize is a. P10,000 b. P7,938 c. P6,668 d. P3,815 Use the follo wing information for the next two items On January 1, 2011 JLO Company acquired a trademark for P500,000. The trademark has an indefinite us eful life. The net recoverable amount of the trademark on December 31, 2011 was 480,000. 46. The amount of expens e included in JLO Companys 2011 financial statement is a. P -0b. P20,000 c. P25,000 d. P50,000

47. The amount of expense to be reported in JLO Companys 2011 financial statements, assuming that JLO Company does not have public accountability and applied the IFRS for SM Es for reporting purposes a. P -0b. P20,000 c. P25,000 d. P50,000

4. Flu Company provided you with the following information i n relation to its pos t-retirement benefit pl an; current service cost P100,000; expected return on plan assets P40,000; actual return on plan assets P45,000. Pension expense for the period assuming further that Flu Company was classified as an SME a. 0 b. 100,000 c. 55,000 d. 60,000

40. The deferred tax asset reported in the December 31, 2012 statement of financial position is a. 15,000 b. 22,500 c. 30,000 d. 45,000

Use the follo wing information for the next two items As a result of a recent acquisition, an enti ty plans to close a factory in ten months and, at that time, terminate the employment of all of the remaining employees at the factory. Because the enti ty needs the expertise o f the employees at the factory to complete some contracts, it announces a plan of termi nation as follows. Each employee who stays and renders service until the closure of the factory will receive on the termination date a cas h payment of P30,000. Employees leaving before closure of the factory will receive P10,000. There are 120 employees at the factory. At the time of announcing the plan, the entity expects 20 of them to leav e before closure. 41. The entity will recognize a liability of how much for th e termination benefi ts provided in accordance wi th the employee benefit plan at the earlier of when the plan of termination is announced and when the entity recognizes the res tructuring costs associated wi th the closure of the factory? a. P -0b. P 1,200,000 c. P3,200,000 d. P 2,000,000

Use the follo wing information for the next five items UA Company was organized in January 1, 2012. Selected balances as of December 31, 2015 were as follows: Land (revalued on December 31, 2014) Factory building (constructed D ecember 31, 2012) Investment property (purchased on January 1, 2012) Inventory Note receivable (received January 1, 2015 1,000,000 500,000 800,000 600,000 200,000

The general price index had moved on December 31 of each year as follows: December 31, 2012 140; December 31, 2013 190; December 31, 2014 240; December 31, 2015 280 5. The restated amount for the factory building is a. 500,000 b. 1,000,000 6. The restated amount for land is a. 1,000,000 b. 2,000,000 c. 1,166,667 d. 1,473,684 c. 1,400,000 d. 583,333

7. The restated amount for the investment property is a. 800,000 b. 1,600,000 c. 933,333 d. 1,179,000

42. The entity will recognize an expense of how much each month duri ng the service period of ten months related to short term employee benefits? a. P -0b. P320,000 c. P 200,000 d. P120,000

8. The restated amount for inventory is a. 646,154 b. 1,200,000 c. 700,000 280/240 d. d. 790,588 280/260

9. The fraction to be used in restating notes receivable a. 280/280 b. 280/140 c.

43. On July 1, 2011 DEF Corp. acqui red 60,000 shares of the 200,000 shares outstandi ng of ZYX Inc. at P25 per s hare. The company incurred P2 transaction per share. The book v alue of ZYX Inc.s net assets on this date amounted to P5M. The fai r value of one of its i dentifiable intangible with a 5 year remaini ng life higher than book value by P50,000 while its Equi pment having a remaining life of 8 years had a fair value P160,000 higher than book value. All other identifiable assets had fai r value approximati ng their book values. ZYX reported total net income in 2011 at P800,000 and distributed dividends at y ear end at P300,000. Fair value of shares on this date was at P30 per share while cost to sell is at P2 share. ZYX reported total comprehensive income in 2012 at P1,250,000 which is net of an foreign translation loss amounting to P150,000. It also distributed dividends at year end at P500,000. Fair value of shares on this date was at P34 per share while cost to s ell remai ned P2 per share.

10. ABC Company has 100,000 ordinary shares in issue. It also has 50, 000 convertible bonds (face value of each bond is P1) in issue, which may be converted into ordinary shares on the basis of one share for every five bonds. The interest coupon on the bond is 8%, and the tax rate in force is 25%. It has also issued share options with respect to 12, 000 s hares, which are exercisable at a price of P40. The av erage fair value of ABC Companys shares during the year was P60. The convertible bonds and options were outs tanding since the begi nning of the year. Basic earnings per share for the year are calculated to be P3.97.

What is the number of shares used to compute for diluted earnings per share for ABC Company? e. P 114,000 f. P100,000 g. P122,000 h. Not applicable

Use the follo wing information for the next two items Jam Company prepared the following reconciliation of income per books with income per tax return for i ts first year of operations the year ended December 31, 2012 Book income before income taxes Add: Future deductible amounts _____________________ _____________________ Less: Future taxable amounts _____________________ _____________________ Taxable income P 50,000 ______ ______ ______ ______ ( 1 )

11. On March 31, 2012, Almost Paradise Co. leased a new machine from Lucky Corporation. The following data relate to the lease transaction at the inception of the lease: Lease term Quarterly rental payabl e Estimated life of machine Implicit interes t rate Fair value of the machine Estimated residual value Negotiation costs pai d by lessee (Round off present v alue factor to four decimal places.) The lease has no renewal option and the possession of the machine reverts to Lucky Corporation when the lease terminates. Almost Paradise Co. applies the sum -of-the-years digits method in depreciating its property and equipment. What is the carrying amount of the machine on D ecember 31, 2012? a. P1,732,217 b. P1,824,078 c. P1,489,043 d. P1,637,947 6 years Php120,000 6.5 years 12% Php2,134,800 Php0 Php52,400

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Jam Company acquired an equipment at a cost of P500,000 on January 1, 2012. Depreciation was recorded using the strai ght-line method wi th no expected residual value for an estimated useful life of 5 years.. For tax purposes, the double -declining bal ance method was used. Sales, cost of sal es, operating expens es are recognized under the accrual method for both financial and tax reporting purposes, except for the following items: Rent income is recognized for financial reporting is recognized under accrual, for tax purposes rent is recognized when collected. In 2012, Jam Company reported rent income of P140, 000, while rent collected totaled to P90,000 Warranty cos ts are recognized for financial reporting purposes under the accrual method and provide an expense equal to 5% of selling price. For tax purpos es, warranty costs are recognized when actual payment is made. Total warranty expenditures for 2012 was P320,000. At year end, Jam Company reported an estimated warranty obligation of P40,000. Bad debts expense reported duri ng the year for financial reporti ng was P65, 000. For tax purposes, bad debts are recognized as deductions only upon write-off which amounted to P30,000 during the year. Current and future tax rates was 30%

Use the follo wing information for the next two items On January 1, 2010 Glen Company started construction of its own warehouse. Glen Company specifically borrowed P1,000,000 to finance the construction of the warehous e. Interest incurred duri ng the construction amounted to P120,000 while the income derived from its temporary investment amounted to P30,000. Total construction cost was P1,400, 000. The warehouse expected useful life was 10 years wi th no expected residual value. Glen Company depreciates similar assets using the straight-line method. On January 1, 2012 Glen Company adopted the revalued model. The sound value of the warehouse was P1,510,000. 12. The depreciation expense in 2010, assuming that Glen Company for reporting purposes was considered an SME a. P140,000 b. P149,000 c. P152,000 d. P240,000

39. The deferred tax liability reported in the December 31, 2012 statement of financial position is a. 15,000 b. 22,500 c. 30,000 d. 45,000

13. The revaluation surplus recognized on January 1, 2012, assuming that Glen Company for reporting purposes was classified as an SME a. P -0b. P390,000 c. P318,000 d. P294,000

had been reduced to P120,400 by debits for estimated net cost of components returned that had been sold in 2010. The corporation started out in 2011 expecting 7% of the peso volume of sales to be returned. However, due to the introduction of new models during the year, this estimated percentage of returns was increase to 10% on May 1. It is assumed that no components sold during a given month are returned in that month. Each component is stamped with a date at time of sale so that the warranty may be properly administered. The following table of percentages indicates the likely pattern of sales returns during the 6-month period of the warranty, starting with the month following the sale of components. Percentage of Total Returns Expected 30% 20 20 30 100% Gross sales of components were as follows for the first six months of 2011: Month Following Sale First Second Third Fourth through sixth 10% each month Month Amount January P4,200,000 February 4,700,000 March 3,900,000 April 3,250,000 May 2,400,000 June 1,900,000 The corporations warranty also covers the payment of fr eight cost on defective components returned and on the new components sent out as replacements. This freight cost runs approximately 5% of the sales price of the components returned. The manufacturing cost of the components is roughly 70% of the sales price, and the salvage value of the r eturned components averages 10% of their sales price. Returned components on hand at December 31, 2010, were thus valued in inventory at 10% of their original sales price. 37. Required Estimated Liability for Product Warranty balance at June 30, 2011 a. P301,353 b. P421,753 c. P120,400 d. P77,847

14. Entity As plan provides a pension of 3% of fi nal sal ary for each year of service. The benefits become vested after 5 years of service. On January 1, 2013 of the year for which statements are being prepared, Entity A improved the pension to 4% of final sal ary for each year of s ervice retroactive to each employees starting date with the company. At the date of the improv ement, the present value of the additional benefits for s ervice up to January 1, 2013 (the date of the pl an change) is as follows: Employees with more than 5 y ears service at the date of the plan change P200,000 Employees with less than 5 years service at the date of the plan change (average period until vesting: 2 years) P100,000 In accordance with PAS 19 Employee Benefi ts (Revised), how should Entity A account for this in its 2013 profit or loss? a. Additional expense of P300,000 related to both fully vested benefits and unvested benefits b. Additional expense of P200,000 related to fully vested benefi ts at the date of the pl an change c. Additional expense of P250, 000, P200,000 related to fully vested benefits at the date of the pl an change and P50,000 related to the 2013 portion of the unves ted benefits (recognized on a straight line basis over the average ves ting period) d. No effect to 2013 profit or loss 15. The historical comprehensive income statement of Rees e Company for 2011 Sales Less: Cost of s ales Inventory, January 1 Add: Purchases Less: Inventory, December 31 Gross profit Less: Operating expenses, other than depreciation Depreciation expens e Net loss 2,500,000 175,000 1,250,000 250,000

1,175,000 1,325,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 675,000

Sales were earned, purchases other than ending inventory were made and operating expens es other than depreciation expens e were i ncurred evenly throughout the year. Ending inv entory was acqui red during the last week of D ecember 2011 Depreciable assets were acquired on January 1, 2008

38. Required adjustment to liability account a. P301,353 debit b. P301,353 credit c. P421,753 debit d. P421,753 credit

General price indices were: January 1, 2008 January 1, 2011 December 31, 2011 125 140 360

Use the follo wing information for the next two items On October 1, 2011, DJ Company acquired land and building for a total consideration of P1,000,000. The fair value of the land and building were P800,000 and P400,000 respectively. Immedi ately after acquisition, the building was demolished at a cost of P20,000 of which P5,000 was recovered as salvage proceeds. Leveling and grading costs of P115,000, as well as excav ation costs of P110,000 were incurred during the las t quarter of 2011. On January 1, 2012, DJ Company borrowed P4,000,000 at 10% from JL Financing for its building cons truction. Construction started immediately and was completed at D ecember 31, 2012. Income from the temporary placement of the cons truction loan amounted to P30,000. The following expenditures for the building construction were as follows: January 1, 2012 P 2,500,000 April 1, 2012 2,000,000 July 1, 2012 1,000,000 October 1, 2012 600,000 December 31, 2012 200,000 Total 6,300,000 DJ Companys other borrowing aside from the construction loan was a 9%, P6, 500,000 3-year loan maturing on December 31, 2014. The building was to be depreciated using the sum-of-the-years digi ts method. Expected useful life and salvage value was 10 years and P55,000 respectively. At the beginning of 2018, DJ Company decided to change its depreciation method to the strai ght-line method. There were no changes in the expected life or on the estimated salvage value of the building. 35. The ini tial cost capitalized to the land account was a. 796,666 b. 930,000 c. 1,130,000 d. 1,250,000

If Reese Company was operating in a hyperi nflationary economy, the amount to be reported as net i ncome (loss) is a. 2,720,000 b. 2,412,000 c. 972,000 d. 675,000

Use the follo wing information for the next five items Royce Company operates in a hyperinflationary economy and provides the following s tatement of financial position as of December 31, 2011 Cash Inventory Property, plant and equi pment Current liabilities Non-current liabilities Share capital (issuance date 2007) Retained earnings 175,000 1,350,000 450,000 350,000 250,000 200,000 1,175,000

The property, plant and equipment were purchas ed on December 31, 2009 The non-current liabilities were loans raised on D ecember 31, 2010 The general price index had moved each year as follows: 2007 100 2008 130 2009 150 2010 240 2011 300 16. The balance of inventory after adjus ting for hyperi nflation a. 1,500,000 b. 1,350,000 c. 1,687,500 d. 1,215,000

36. Depreciation expens e reported in the 2018 income statement is a. 371,850 b. 382,850 c. 363,850 d. 394,850

Use the following information fo r the n ext two items 17. The balance of property, plant and equipment after adjusting for hyperinflation a. 900,000 b. 1,125,000 c. 500,000 d. 450,000 18. The balance of non-current liabilities after adjus ting for hyperi nflation a. 250,000 b. 312,500 c. 500,000 d. 1,000,000 Knoll Corporation, a client, requests that you compute the appropriate balance of its estimated liability for product warranty account for a statement as of June 30, 2011. Knoll Corporation manufactures television components and sells them with a 6 -month warranty under which defective components will be replaced without charge. On December 31, 2010, Estimated Liability for Product warranty had a balance of P620,000. By June 30, 2011, this balance

19. The balance of the share capital after adjusting for hyperinflation a. 600,000 b. 200,000 c. 750,000 20. The balance of retained earnings after adjusti ng for hyperinfl ation a. 1,375,000 b. 1,175,000 c. 1,470,000

d. d.

400,000 1,305,000

so that if L is subject to a change of control, L will be required to redeem the instrument at an amount equal to the face value plus any accumulated unpaid dividends. This results in a reclassification of the instrument from equity to liability. The fair value of the ins trument on 1 January 2012 is Php12 million. How should the reclassification be accounted for? a. b. c. The financial liability should be recorded at the original issuance amount of Php 10 million. The financial liability should be at Php 12 million, with difference of Php 2 million recognized directly in profit or loss. The financial liability should be at Php 12 million, with difference of Php 2 million recognized directly in equity. The Company shall record a financial liability of Php 2 million.

21. On December 31, 2012 Margaux Company had monetary assets of P3,000,000 and monetary liabilities of P1,200, 000. The index number on January 1, 2012 was 125; December 31, 2012 was 225 Purchasing power gain/loss in 2012 a. 3,240,000 gain b. 3,240,000 loss c. 1,800,000 loss d. 1,800,000 gain

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Use the follo wing information for the next four items On November 20, 2012 Sunshi ne Company received an inqui ry from Moonlight Company asking if it was interes ted to lease its construction equipment. The carrying amount of the construction equipment was P12,400,000 which approximates its fair value at this time. Becaus e of the offer Sunshi ne Company is contemplating on leasing the equipment for 6 years the equipments useful life and would like to have a 9% return rate over the term of the lease. Initial direct costs for this contract was computed at P80,000. At the end of the lease term, Suns hine Company es timates the residual value of the equi pment to be P200,000. On November 26, 2012 Moonlight Company sent a proposal in which it agrees wi th the conditions initially conveyed by Sunshine Company. Moonlight Company suggested that the commencement date be on January 1, 2013 and that the annual rentals be schedul ed ev ery December 31, starting on December 31, 2013. Furthermore Moonlight Company communicated that it will only guarantee 70% of the residual value computed by Sunshine Company. On December 8, 2012, the lease agreement between Sunshi ne Company and Moonlight Company was signed. (Round PV factors to 3 decimal places) 22. The annual rentals to be received by Sunshine Company is a. 2,535,083 b. 2,745,555 c. 2,755,417 23. Interes t income in 2014 to be recognized by Sunshine Company is a. 976,300 b. 977,188 c. 975,583 24. The lease liability reported by Moonlight Company December 31, 2014 is a. 9,605,292 b. 9,026,181 c. 8,926,902 d. d. 2,763,388 996,130

33. Jessica Pearson Inc. is a wholesaler of office supplies. The activity for Model V calculators during August is shown below: Date Aug. 1 7 12 21 22 29 Balance/Transaction Inventory Purchase Sales Purchase Sales Purchase Units 2,000 3,000 3,600 4,800 3,800 1,600 Cost P36.00 37.20 38.00 38.60

If Jessica Pearson Inc. uses perpetual inventory records and that said records are kept in units only, the ending inventory of Model V calculators using average method at August 31, is reported as a. P150,080 b. P152,264 c. P150,160 d. P146,400 34. Candice Company reported net income of P34,000 for the year ended December 31, 2013 which included depreci ation expense of P8,400 and a gain on sale of equipment of P1,700. The equipment had an historical cost of P40,000 and accumulated depreciation of P24,000. Each of the following accounts increased during 2013 (Assume that the increases in the following accounts are due to cash transactions only.): Patent P9,800 Prepaid rent* 4,500 Available for s ale investment 8,000 Bonds payable 5,000 * To be consumed wi thin 12 months from the balance sheet date What amount should be reported as net cash provided (used) by investing activities for the year ended D ecember 31, 2013? a. (P 100) b. (P1,800) c. (P17, 800) d. P 16,000

d. 6,889,090

25. Depreciation expens e for 2013 is a. 2,040,704 b. 2,050,707 c. 2,060,124 d. 2,074,037

At the end of 2010 Yin-Yang Company had decided to continue exploration and extraction activities in site O (technically and commercial viable). Unfortunately, further exploratory and development plans on site X would be abandoned (not technically feasible and viable) On January 1, 2011 Yi n-Yang started extracting the mineral reserves from site O. It was expected that a total of 10,000,000 tons of mineral ore would be extracted from the site and it would be totally extracted within 8 years. Yin-Yang Company acqui red an extraction equipment for P600,000. The equipment which YinYang Company intends to us e in another mining site was estimated to have a useful life of 12 years with salvage value of P5,000. Fixed installations were likewise compl eted at the start of 2011. The total cost i ncurred was P800,000. The installations expected useful life is 10 years with no expected salvage value. Yin-Yang Company uses the s traight-line method as its depreciation policy for its long-lived assets. Total tons extracted in 2011 and 2012 were 1,200, 000 and 1,600,000 respectively. 28. The exploration and ev aluation assets to be reported in the 2010 statement of financial position is a. 6,500,000 b. b. b. 7,900,000 948,000 129,583 c. c. c. 8,520,000 876,000 167,400 d. d. d. 8,620,000 1,044,000 174,375

Use the follo wing information for the next two items At the end of January 2013, the city government provided Hesington Company a zero i nterest P30,000,000 3-year loan used by the Company in acquiri ng a building on the same date. The prev ailing market rate of interest for this type of loan is 8%. The gov ernme nt imposes that the building must be us ed for social housing for ten y ears. The Company estimated that there is reasonable assurance that it will meet the terms of the grant. The Company will classify the building as owner occupied property after the socialized housing project. The Company opted to use the cos t model of accounting the building wi th a 15 -year life from the date of acquisition. (Round PV factors to 4 decimal places) 26. Applying provisions of PAS 20 Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosures of Government Assistance, what is the amount recognized as income from the grant as of December 31, 2013? a. P618,600 b. P 567,050 c. P 1,746,360 d. P 1,905,120

27. Applying provisions of PAS 20 Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosures of Government Assistance, what is the net effect of the above transactions and events to the Companys profi t or loss for calendar year ended December 31, 2016? a. (P 2,000,000) b. (P2,134,846) c. (P 3,438,930) d. (P3,589,815)

29. Depletion for 2011 a. 780,000 30. Depreciation for 2011 a. 145,583

Use the follo wing information for the next three items Yin-Yang Company is involved in the exploration for and extraction of mineral resources. The Companys accounting policy for recognition purpose for these types of activities is the successful effort method. On January 1, 2010 Yin -Yang Company acquired two quarrying rights. A schedule of the expenditures made with respect to the quarrying sites is provided as follows: Quarrying rights Topographical studies Exploratory drilling Trenching and sampling Development costs (road construction to access site) Depreciation of drilling rigs used for exploration Site O 2,300,000 1,200,000 1,100,000 1,600,000 1,400,000 300,000 Site X 1,000,000 200,000 300,000 400,000 100,000 120,000

31. On November 1, 2013, Bronze Company bought 2 ,400 ordinary shares of Purple Corporation at P90 per share. The shares represent less than 5% ownership in Purple Corporation and are intended to be traded in the near term; hence, designated as investments at fair value through profit or loss. In celebration of the Valentines day, Purple Corporation issued a 20% bonus issue on February 14, 2014 as a gift for its shareholders. On March 15, 2014, Bronze Company sold 2,000 shares of Purple Corporation ordinary shares at P80 per share. The market value per share of Purple ordinary share is P93 on December 31, 2013 and P81 on December 31, 2014. What is the carrying amount per share of the Purple Corporation ordinary share after receipt of the bonus issue? a. P 90.00 b. P75.00 c. P81.00 d. P 77.50

32. On 1 January 2011, Company L issues a fixed rate cumulative perpetual instrument with a face value of Php10 million at par. Dividends on the instrument are cumulative but discretionary and therefore it is initially classified as equity. On 1 January 2012, L adds a new clause to the instrument