On-The-Mark Construction began operations on December 1. In setting up its accounting procedures, the company decided to debit expense accounts when it prepays its expenses and to credit revenue accounts when customers pay for services in advance. Prepare journal entries for items a through d and the adjusting entries as of its December 31 period-end for items e through g.
a. Supplies are purchased on December 1 for $3,000 cash.
b. The company prepaid its insurance premiums for $1,440 cash on December 2.
c. On December 15, the company receives an advance payment of $12,000 cash from a customer for remodeling work.
d. On December 28, the company receives $3,600 cash from another customer for remodeling work to be performed in January.
e. A physical count on December 31 indicates that On-The-Mark has $1,920 of supplies available.
f. An analysis of the insurance policies in effect on December 31 shows that $240 of insurance coverage had expired.
g. As of December 31, only one remodeling project has been worked on and completed. The $6,300 fee for this project had been received in advance.