Big Company buys 80 percent of the outstanding shares of Little Company on January 1, Year One. Big paid an amount that was in excess of the underlying fair value of the subsidiary's assets and liabilities so that this was not viewed as a bargain purchase. On that date, Little held equipment worth $300,000 but with a net book value of $200,000. This equipment had a ten-year remaining life with no expected residual value. One year later, when Little still held this equipment as well as other, newly-bought pieces, Big reported a net account of $900,000 and Little reported a net account of $500,000. Assume no asset impairments have taken place. What is the consolidated balance to be reported for equipment?