4) On July 1, 2011, Joe, Kline, and Lama began a partnership in which Joe and Kline each contributed cash of $200,000; and Lama contributed property with a fair value of $100,000 and a tax basis $150,000. Joe receives a 10% bonus of partnership income. Kline and Lama receive salaries of $40,000 each. The partnership agreement of Joe, Kline, and Lama provides that all partners receive 5% interest on capital and that profits and losses of the remaining income be distributed to Joe, Kline, and Lama by a 1:1:3 ratio.
Prepare a schedule to distribute $225,000 of partnership net income to the partners.
5) The profit and loss sharing agreement for the Mason, Nell, and Odell partnership provides for a $15,000 salary allowance to Nell. Residual profits and losses are allocated 5:3:2 to Mason, Nell, and Odell, respectively. In 2010, the partnership recorded $120,000 of net income that was properly allocated to the partners' capital accounts. On January 25, 2011, after the books were closed for 2010, Mason discovered that office equipment, purchased for $12,000 on December 29, 2010, was recorded as office expense by the company bookkeeper.
Prepare the necessary correcting entry(s) for the partnership.