Coreaba Ltd., a private company based in Vancouver, decided to sell its Industrial Design Division. After two years of losses and heavy competition, a plan to dispose of the division was put in place. At the end of 2014, the plan was finalized and approved by the board of directors. The sale is anticipated to be completed by June 30, 2015.
Coreaba’s 2014 after-tax net income (excluding the results from the Industrial Design Division) was 230,000.
During the year, the division reported an after-tax loss of $140,000 (revenues: $20,000, expenses: $160,000).
Management estimates that after-tax legal and audit fees of $40,000 as well as severance payments of $55,000 will be required to finalize the disposal plan. A portion of these costs is expected to be offset by the after-tax proceeds of $50,000 from the sale of the division’s assets.
Assuming the Industrial Design Division qualifies for treatment as a discontinued operation, prepare a partial income statement for Coreaba for 2014. The statement should begin with income from continuing operations and include an appropriate footnote pertaining to the disposal of the Industrial Design Division.
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