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hello in this lecture we're going to talk about partnerships and we're going to talk about the selling of a partnership interest we will be able to describe the process of selling a partnership interest create the journal entry to record the sale of a partnership interest define the effect of journal entry to sell a partnership interest on the trial balance accounts and explain the effect on the capital accounts of selling a partnership interest so we're going to do this by looking at a problem we're going to look through the problem post the transaction see what happens to the capital counts in terms of both a trial balance as well as a format of just a worksheet type of format this is going to be our simplified accounts that we will be looking at only cash that we're going to have only asset that we will have will be cash only liability accounts payable and then we will have our capital accounts this is where we will be focusing on and then we have the income statement down here note that nothing is in the income statement the income statement has been closed out you can think of this as a post-closing trial balance or just basically the balance sheet accounts being represented here we also have the accounting equation assets equal liabilities and owner's equity also note that we have the debits represented with non bracketed over positive numbers and credits represented with bracketed or negative numbers this gives us an easy balancing process in that we see this zero down here represents the fact that the assets minus the liabilities equals zero therefore the assets equal the liabilities and we can shorten our debit and credit columns and have a quick worksheet to see what the transactions will do to our trial balance accounts in this way clearly net income is zero at this point because the revenue and expense accounts have been closed out to the capital account balances so what we have are the three partners mb and ll represented it here in these capital accounts are going to share their profit and loss at a three to five ratio we're going to say that be will be selling their capital account interest to n so here's the here's capital account interest here's n that's who we're going to sell B's going to sell their capital account interest to to the transaction was approved by the other two partners for cash of 120,000 now one of the tricky things when we think about selling a partnership interest is that the who are the two parties in the agreement is the first question we need to ask in this case the partnership is actually not in the transaction the transaction is between B and the new partner n meaning that there is a hundred and twenty thousand dollars exchanging hands here if going from one account to another but it's not going to the partnership account therefore the partnership is getting nothing so when we ask our question in terms of is cash affected in terms of the partnership in this case no it's not affected the agreement the deal is between be and n B says hey you know what I have a partnership interest it has a book value of 124 to what does that mean well the assets amount to 550 minus the liabilities of 10 mean that we have 540 broken out book value of the company and B owns or is owed 124 to that's the value of the company that is owned or the partnership that is owned by be at this time B says to n hey I'll sell you this partnership interest worth of book value of 21 24 24 you given me cash of 120,000 partnership not going to receive anything however the other two partners do have to agree to this that the other two partners are not forced to take on in as a new partner just because b wants to sell the partnership interest the other two partners do have to agree to the terms and if they do agree then bnn can have this transaction and make this transaction happen so first let's talk about what this ratio means the 325 so when we think about a partnership interest if there's two partners the most common partnership interest would be what a 50 50 or 60 40 something like that we will often represent the partnership interest in the ratio format like a 325 for various reasons one it's a little bit shorter and two if the if the ratio is not even then it's more specific to have a ratio rather than representing it as centage is so if we were to look at this then ms capital count is going to be thirty percent calculated as 3 / 3 plus 2 plus 5 is 10 so 3 / 10 so that's how you calculate that point 3 move the decimal place two places over thirty percent then we have of course be so if we take a look at B we do the same thing be as the two so we're going to take the 2/3 plus two plus five or ten and that gives us the point to move the decimal two places over twenty percent twenty percent and yes will do this one more time for Elle Elle has a partnership interest of five so we're going to take the five out of the three plus two plus 5 10 and that gives us the point five or fifty percent if we add up the 30 the 20 the 50 we add up to of course the one hundred percent so whenever you see the ratio is breaking out if you see any ratio broken out like is three colon 2 colon 5 you add them up 3 plus 2 plus 5 is 10 3 / 10 2 / 10 5 / 10 and that will give you your ratio breakout now if we look at the capital accounts then we have 150 1 2 124 ah to 264 6 adds up to 510 note that those are just the same capital account balances that would be represented on the trial balance so here they are on the trial balance from MV & L you could have problems that would represent this in terms of a table could have problems represented in terms of trial balance I really like seeing it in terms of travels because as accountants and bookkeepers were often going to be using trial balances and it could help to see it in that format but it's also very helpful to see it in terms of a table a note that the assets minus the liabilities equals these capital account balances also note that these capital account balances are not necessarily in proportion of 30 20 50 of the 540 a lot of people will think that that should be the case not the case normally the 30 2015 ellicott net income doesn't have anything to do with the actual ratio of account balances in the capital accounts between the partnerships reason being is because these accounts only represent two income and loss allocations general and depending on the terms of the partnership agreement and that means that we could have invested different amounts and partners could have drawn out different amounts so these these capital accounts basically represent the amount that a partner could theoretically draw out of the company all right so then if we if we go on here we're going to look at our journal entry to record this transaction so what is happening is that B is going to leave the partnership so if we think through this we're going to thank very well is cash affected in this case we're saying no cash isn't affected it's not affected even though cash did exchange hands however the cash didn't go up to or from the partnership the cash went up from n the new partner to be personally not be as part of the partnership but bees pocket therefore no cash went to the partnership what did happen is bees giving up their capital account so bees on the books bees gone beasley even bees live in town is not going to be here anymore we need to say hey bees on the books at 124 to be is gone now the report nur ship interest needs to be 0 therefore the capital account balance has a credit balance we need to make it go down we're gonna do the opposite thing to it which in this case would be a debit so we know we're going to debit this capital account which will bring it down to 0 then we have to credit something what are we going to credit we're crediting the new person coming on the books the new person in so in will be credited for the 124 to n it's going to be on the books 0 up to x 1 24 to 21 24 2 so it's a pretty straightforward journal entry the question though that people are going to have is is they're going to say well wait a second what about the 120 up here if n paid 120 shouldn't their capital account go up by 120 why is it going up by 120 for two and the reason is because remember the agreement was between N and B so n said hey I'm going to view my share of the partnership interest the partnership my share of the 550 minus the 10 is 124 too and I will sell that to you in for a hundred and twenty thousand dollars so you might be asking why would be sell their partnership interest which has a book value of the 510 assets minus the 10 of 124 to and only receive 120,000 and there could be multiple reasons for that may be that may be the VAT the value of the assets are not fair market value as is negotiated between the two partners maybe Abby needs to leave quickly and needs to make the transaction happen very rarely will those two things match so just be aware that if the sale is between an existing partner and a new partner then we didn't need to take the current partner off the books at whatever they're on the books for and then put the new partner on the books for whatever the old partner was on the books for no cash is affected in the partnership because the cash went into the pocket of the partner not of the bank account of the partnership so if we were to look at this in terms of a slightly different way we can look at it what if B cells the capital entrance to the partnership for cash so now be saying hey I'm going to take off I need to leave and I want to sell my partnership interest to the partnership so now the other two partners m and B are going to basically buyout I mean m and L are basically going to buy out be in this case so that's going to be the arrangement of the agreement b is going to be kind of sell the capital accounts to the partners for cash of 200,000 so is cash going to be affected yeah so we're going to think about this first I want to think about it types the part of the journal tree that we can do then we'll run into a problem and then we'll do some calculations to adjust for that problem so first we can say is cash affected and we're going to say yeah cash is going to go down because the partnership is pain be four B's interest though the partnership is saying hey Bobby we're going to give you 200 for your cap your capital account interest therefore we're going to take cash down caches that a balanced way into the opposite thing to it which is a credit by the amount paid and then we know that B needs to be off the books these on the books for 124 to be is no longer with us therefore be should not have any amount in their capital accounts therefore that's a credit we need to make it go down by doing the opposite bank to it which would be a debit of the 124 to so now the partnership paid 200 b is going to be off the books at 124 to we have a difference here so we have a difference and that's going to be a debit that deb it's going to have to be divided in some way between m and l now you might be saying well once again well if b has a 124 to interest in the partnership why is it that the partners would pay 200 thousand to pay off the capital account balance and again there could be multiple reasons it could be that there's some kind of goodwill in the partnership that's not being reported in the book some type of intangible assets it could be that they really want to let let me go and they're willing to pay more in order to do that so there could be multiple reasons for that but once again that's an agreement between the partnership in this case and be so those things will very rarely match now we need to figure out how to allocate that difference how to allocate that plug so we have our mb + l which is a 30 2015 ratio that we discussed before between the three to five thirty percent twenty percent fifty percent here's the same capital council here's the capital counts here here's the capital counts represented in terms of a table book value of the company 540 that's equivalent to the assets cash less the liabilities representing the accounts payable in this case and then the new income and loss ratio so now we have to say well be is gone therefore we can't allocate between M&L between a 30 50 because it needs to add up to 100 or one so we need to come up with a new ratio so if we look at this we have if we had a three to five ratio and now the two is gone we can think of it as a 35 ratio so if we think about our new ratio then we could think that we have a 3 out of a three plus five is 8/8 so our new ratio would be 0 point three seven five or thirty seven point five percent for em and then if we think about L ll had five over the three plus five or eight so we can say that we have eight point six to five or a 62.5 so our new ratio that we're going to allocate this amount by this difference by will be the 37 5 up 37.5 and the 21s 62.5 so now we're going to allocate this difference so that difference being the two hundred thousand cash received minus the capital account to take them off the books 124 to and that's the 75 eight and we're going to allocate it times the point 375 to em and that's going to give us the 28 425 and then we'll do the same thing over here of course the difference will be the other but we'll do the calculation just for the phone at seven five eight times the point 625 that gives us 247 375 and of course the 28 for 25-plus 247 375 equals 275 800 so we're going to allocate the plug the 75 800 in the in 28 425 and 47 375ml respectively if we look at the journal entry then it would look like this we're going to debit ends capital account 24 25 and debit Ella's capital count of 47 375 and we'll see what the effect on the trial balance will be this time alright so here's the same journal entry we have and this is our chart of accounts and of course here's that table that we are looking at let's see what would happen if we posted this transaction what would happen to the capital accounts does it do what we expect it to do what are we expected to do we expect the Indian capital accounts to be M 122 775 be is going to be gone l is going to be at 272 to 17 to 25 to give us a total capital account or book value of 340 all right so B's capital account we're going to debit for the 124 too so here's B has a credit we're doing the opposite thing to it debit in it making it go down to zero cash cash is going to go down so cash has a debit balance we're doing the opposite thing to it crediting it cash in the partnership will go down to 350 and M has a credit balance in the capital account we're doing the opposite thing to it debiting the capital account making it go down to 122 775 and ll has a critic in the capital account like all capital consonant it goes down wit because we're doing the opposite thing to it which is a debit to 217 275 so note that the new capital accounts is still equal to book value the company so the assets of 350 thousand minus the liabilities of 10,000 still add up to the M & L's capital accounts at this time alright so now we're going to do the same thing however this time we're going to have B cells to capital part ship interest to the partnership however they're only going to pay fifty thousand this time so same idea except the exchange will be the 50,000 so is cash affected yeah it's going to go down by the 50,000 in this case so if we take a look at that then let's go through the journal entry see what we can do where we run into a problem then do the calculation so cash is cash affected yeah it's going down when the partnership Spain be for the partnership interest cash has a debit balance we're going to do the opposite thing to it which in this case would be a credit we're going to take be off the books be has a credit balance in the capital account we need to make it go down therefore we're going to do the opposite thing to it which in this case would be a debit now the debits do not equal the credits we need more credits in this case and the credits are going to go to m and L the other two partners and we have to figure out how to break it out between those two partners remember we have our ratios here so we have em thirty twenty and fifty percent broken out between a 325 ratio and we have our capital account balances represent at one fifty-one to 124 to and 26 six which are represented in the trial balance up here if we're then going to break out our our ratio then it's going to be looking like this same calculation we did last time if we're saying 3 and the 2 is gone now so we're dividing by 3 plus 5 so divided by 8 so that's where we come up with the 37.5 and the 5 / / 8 which is the 3 plus the 5 because the two is gone that's what we get these 62.5 and so now then we have our difference of 74 too so where does the 74 to come from we bees going off the books at 124 to and cash is going to be affected by 50 and that's the 74 to if we multiply that times the point three seven five point three seven five that's what's going to give us the 27 8 25 which is going to be allocated to em and of course L will receive the difference let's do that calculation however which is the 74 200 times the point 6 25 and that gives us the 46 375 so that's how we're going to break out this 74 200 that's the plug that we need up here so our new capital account balances then would be the 179 25 which of course is the beginning balance plus the 27 8 25 and the 264 600 plus the 46 375 given us to 310 975 which will give us a total capital account balance of 490 so if we see that in terms of journal entry we're going to credit or increase the capital account balance poor m27 825 and we're going to credit l the 46 375 all rights so if we take a look at the effect of this transaction on the trial balance then we'll see if it does what we expected to do what are we expected to do we expect Em's capital account balance to end at 170 90 25b to be off the books because we have now sold these partnership and they're not with us anymore and then elves going to be at a capital account balance of 310 975 giving us a total capital account balance which is equivalent to the book value of the company assets minus liabilities of 490,000 alright so we're going to debit B's capital council hears be again on the books at 427 too has a credit balance we're doing the opposite thing to it bring be off the books by debiting it bringing the balance down to zero so b is off the books cash cash is being paid by the partnership to the partner of be in order to buy these apple account interest there are four cash is a debit balance and we're making it go down by doing the opposite thing to it which is a credit bring it down from 5 50 to 500 then m-am has a credit here so here is in credit balance in the capital counts like all cap accounts have and we are going to credit it making it go up because we're doing the same thing to it from one 51-200 by 27 825 to 179 Oh 25 and then L we're going to credit ll so here's l's capital account balance has a credit balance in it we are going to credit it bringing it up to 3 10 9 75 we now have be off the books we have m and L on the books and we see that the cash minus where the assets minus liabilities equals the new capital account balances between the only two partners left being m and L at this time so we are now able to describe the process of selling a partnership interest create the journal entries to record the sale of a partnership interest define the effect of the journal entry to sell a partnership interest on the trial balance accounts and explain the effect on the capital accounts of selling a partnership interest you

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How do you make this information that was not in a digital format a computer-readable document for the user? " "So the question is not only how can you get to an individual from an individual, but how can you get to an individual with a group of individuals. How do you get from one location and say let's go to this location and say let's go to that location. How do you get from, you know, some of the more traditional forms of information that you are used to seeing in a document or other forms. The ability to do that in a digital medium has been a huge challenge. I think we've done it, but there's some work that we have to do on the security side of that. And of course, there's the question of how do you protect it from being read by people that you're not intending to be able to actually read it? " When asked to describe what he means by a "user-centric" approach to security, Bensley responds that "you're still in a situation where you are still talking about a lot of the security that is done by individuals, but we've done a very good job of making it a user-centric process. You're not going to be able to create a document or something on your own that you can give to an individual. You can't just open and copy over and then give it to somebody else. You still have to do the work of the document being created in the first place and the work of the document being delivered in a secure manner."

How to digitally sign documents with microsoft?

(and also if you can help me find and use the image to put on the blog) I just recently downloaded and got started using Microsofts Office 365 for personal use and while the docs are free, if you really want to make use of this product, the software has a steep (read: not free) price tag. I know that it says you need to upgrade, but what if I can do this on my own, or as a guest (so that I am not going over my limit)? (and not having the upgrade fee is also a big benefit.) Can you please direct me to where to find the docs and how to digitally sign the docs I would like to use?

How to sign something in pdf?

Thanks and sorry for asking, I'm just doing a quick Google search on sign in, as well as the link for Adobe Acrobat. -Mike