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The shareholders’ equity section of the balance sheet of ABC Inc. included the following accounts at...

The shareholders’ equity section of the balance sheet of ABC Inc. included the following accounts at December 31, 2017

 Shareholders’ Equity (\$ in millions) Common stock, 240 million shares at \$1 par \$ 240 Paid-in capital—excess of par 1,680 Paid-in capital—share repurchase 1 Retained earnings 1,100

In subsequent years, ABC reacquired shares of its common stock and later sold shares in two separate transactions. ABC consider the repurchased shares as retired shares:

1. On February 5, 2018, ABC purchased 6 million shares at \$10 per share.
2. On July 9, 2018, the corporation sold 2 million shares at \$12 per share.
3. On November 14, 2020, the corporation sold 2 million shares at \$7 per share.

Required:

Prepare the shareholders’ equity section of ABC balance sheet at December 31, 2020. Assume net income earned in 2018–2020 were distributed to shareholders as cash dividends.

 Shareholder's Equity Retirement explanation Paid in Capital: Common stock \$238 \$240-6+2+2 Paid-in capital—excess of par \$1,672 \$1680-42+22+12 Retained earnings \$1089 \$1100-11 Total Shareholder's Equity \$2999
 common stock co purchase 6million *1(parvalue ) 6 co sold 2million *1 2 co sold 2 million *1 2
 co purchsed share so give cash 6million *10 = 60 million the actuall price is 1 per share so value = - 6 million co pay excess amount on purchase 1680/240*6 = -42 paid in share repurchase = -1 co pay from retained earning balance = 11
 paid in excess par when co purchase 6 miliion co pay excess par =1680/240*6 (42) when co sold 2 million co receive excess (selling price 12 -1 par value )=11*2million +22 on nov when co sold 2 million co receive excess (7 selling price -1 par value )=6*2 +12

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