RunHeavy Corporation (RHC) is a corporation that manages a local rock band. RHC was formed with an investment of $10,000 cash, paid in by the leader of the band on January 3. On January 4, RHC purchased music equipment by paying $2,000 cash and signing an $8,000 promissory note payable in three years. On January 5, RHC booked the band for six concert events, at a price of $2,500 each. Of the six events, four were completed between January 10 and 20. On January 22, cash was collected for three of the four events. The other two bookings were for February concerts, but on January 24, RHC collected half of the $2,500 fee for one of them. On January 27, RHC paid $3,140 cash for the band's travel-related costs. On January 28, RHC paid its band members a total of $2,400 cash for wages for the first three events. As of January 31, the band members hadn't yet been paid wages for the fourth event completed in January, but they would be paid in February at the same rate as for the first three events. As of January 31, RHC has not yet recorded the $100 of monthly depreciation on the equipment. Also, RHC has not yet paid or recorded the $60 interest owed on the promissory note at January 31. RHC is subject to a 15% tax rate on the company's income before tax.
1. Prepare journal entries to record the transactions and adjustments needed on each of the dates indicated above.
2. Post the journal entries from requirement 1 to T-accounts, find out ending balances, and prepare an adjusted trial balance.
3. Prepare a classified balance sheet and income statement as of and for the month ended January 31, 2013.