Loftin Company traded machinery with a book value of $950,000 and a fair value of $900,000. It received in exchange from Thomas Company a machine with a fair value of $1,000,000. Loftin also paid cash of $100,000 in the exchange. Thomas’s machine has a book value of $950,000. What amount of gain or loss should Loftin recognize on the exchange (assuming lack of commercial substance)?
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There will be No gain or Loss on Exchanging of the Assets
Therefore Gain or Loss =0
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If Exchanging Transactions not having Commercial Substance should be accounted at Carrying Value of the Old asset ,plus if cash paid for Exchanging Transaction. Carrying Value of the Machinery is $950,000 Cash Payment is $100,000 Journal Entry for Recognition of machinery Machinery $1050,000 Machinery $ 950,000 Cash $100,000
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