Part 1 In 450 word that highlights these questions Distinguish between debt and equity investments. 2.2Identify when to use the fair value and equity methods of accounting for investments. Describe the uses of and accounting for derivative

   Part 1 In 450 tidings that highlights these questions  Distinguish among default and equity investments. 2.2Identify when to use the impartial appreciate and equity processs of accounting for investments. Describe the uses of and accounting for derivatives. Part 2 CA22-1 GROUPWORK (Analysis of Various Accounting Changes and Errors) Mathys Inc. has of-late compensated a new fractions attestation, Karen Ogleby, who says she wants “to get everything cramped out.” Consequently, she has designed the behindcited accounting qualifys in unarm-an behind a while Mathys Inc.'s 2017 financial statements. 1. At December 31, 2016, the client had a receivable of $820,000 from Hendricks Inc. on its counteract subterfuge. Hendricks Inc. has bybygone insolvent, and no rectification is expected. The client proposes to transcribe off the receivable as a previous conclusion ace. 2. The client proposes the behindcited qualifys in diminution policies. (a) For appointment goods and fixtures, it proposes to qualify from a 10-year helpful society to an 8-year society. If this qualify had been made in previous years, retained rights at December 31, 2016, would bear been $250,000 close. The consequence of the qualify on 2017 pay peculiar is a diminution of $60,000. (b) For its new equipment in the leasing dissolution, the client proposes to graft the sum-of-the-years'-digits diminution process. The client had never used SYD anteriorly. The principal year the client operated a leasing dissolution was 2017. If straight-line diminution were used, 2017 pay would be $110,000 elder. 3. In preparing its 2016 statements, one of the client's bookkeepers aggravatestated exit schedule by $235,000 owing of a unpoetical deception. The client proposes to discourse this ace as a previous conclusion compromise. 4. In the gone-by, the client has open preproduction costs in its goods dissolution aggravate 5 years. Owing its hindmost goods is of the “fad” likeness, it appears that the largest tome of sales earn betide during the principal 2 years behind entrance. Consequently, the client proposes to amortize preproduction costs on a per-unit cause, which earn chattels in expensing most of such costs during the principal 2 years behind the goods's entrance. If the new accounting process had been used previous to 2017, retained rights at December 31, 2016, would bear been $375,000 close. 5. For the seminary dissolution, the client proposes to switch from FIFO to LIFO inventories owing it believes that LIFO earn arrange a improve matching of general costs behind a while revenues. The consequence of making this qualify on 2017 rights earn be an acception of $320,000. The client says that the consequence of the qualify on December 31, 2016, retained rights cannot be stable. 6. To end an mismisappropriate avowal of revenues and expenses in its understanding understanding dissolution, the client proposes to switch from the completed-contract process of accounting to the percentage-of-completion process. Had the percentage-of-completion process been assiduous in all previous years, retained rights at December 31, 2016, would bear been $1,075,000 elder. Instructions (a) For each of the qualifys illustrative overhead, determine whether: (1) The qualify involves an accounting axiom, accounting judge, or amendment of an deception. (2) Restatement of space retained rights is required. (b) What would be the right compromise to the December 31, 2016, retained rights?