Today's question: How do you enter retired stock into the books?
September 7, 2001
Q: My husband, brother-in-law, and father-in-law started a printing company in 1972. All shares of stock were owned by these family members. The corporation has purchased all of my father-in-law's stock, which is now accounted for as treasury stock. We are ready to retire the stock, but I am not clear on the method. Par value of the common stock is $1. The associated APIC is $4 per share. Treasury stock is accounted for at cost of $14.98/share. Read more...
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