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PROBLEM 1:

On Jan 1, 2011, the Rhiri, Brit & Keisha partnership is formed. Rhiri and Brit contribute cash of $30,000 and $20,000 respectively, while Keisha contributes assets with the following fair values:

Inventory $ 5,000
Land 22,000
Buildings 23,000
TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS $ 50,000

The partners agree on a profit and loss sharing ratio of 3:2:5. During the first year, net income is $70,000 and the partners’ drawings are Rhirhi — $12,000, Brit —$15,000, and Keisha — $30,000.

Requirements :

1.Record the Initial investment made by each partners during Jan 1. (10pts)
2.Entries to record withdrawals made by partners. (5pts)

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  1. Hopefully some of the following tutorials will help:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=accounting+tutorials

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