For each of the following potential unrecorded liabilities, determine the effects of the omission on both the balance sheet and income statement of the client. Assume that the inventories recorded on

For each of the following potential unrecorded liabilities, determine the effects of the omission on both the balance sheet and income statement of the client. Assume that the inventories recorded on the balance sheet reflect the results of a year-end (December 31) physical inventory.

a. An invoice for $3,000 worth of inventory items, dated January 1 and bearing terms FOB destination, was not recorded. The goods were shipped December 27 and were received on December 30.

(1) Balance sheet effect:

(2) Income statement effect:

b. An invoice the $5,500 worth of inventory items, dated December 30 and bearing terms FOB destination, was not recorded. The goods were shipped December 28 and received January 2.

(1) Balance sheet effect:

(2) Income statement effect:

c. An invoice for $8,000 for a delivery truck, dated January 2 and bearing terms FOB shipping point, was not recorded. The truck was shipped December 30 and received on January 3.

(1) Balance sheet effect:

(2) Income statement efect:

d. An invoice for $1,000 for legal fees rendered in December was not recorded.

(1) Balance sheet effect:

(2) Income statement effect:

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