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Question: A partnership has the following account balances


A partnership has the following account balances at the date of termination: Cash, $80,000; Noncash Assets, $660,000; Liabilities, $320,000; Bell, capital (50 percent of profits and losses), $200,000; Mann, capital (30 percent), $120,000; Scott, capital (20 percent), $100,000. The following transactions occur during liquidation:
∙ Noncash assets with a book value of $500,000 are sold for $400,000 in cash.
∙ A creditor reduces his claim against the partnership from $120,000 to $100,000, and this amount is paid in cash.
∙ The remaining noncash assets are sold for $130,000 in cash.
∙ The remaining liabilities of $200,000 are paid in full.
∙ Liquidation expenses of $24,000 are paid in cash.
∙ Cash remaining after the above transactions have occurred is distributed to the partners. Prepare a statement of partnership liquidation to determine how much cash each partner receives from the liquidation of the partnership.

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