The City of Wolfe has issued its financial statements for Year 4 (assume that the city uses a calendar year). The city maintains the General Fund made up of two functions: (1) education and (2) parks. The city also utilizes capital projects funds for ongoing construction and an enterprise fund to account for its art museum. It also has one discretely presented component unit.
The government-wide financial statements indicated the following Year 4 totals:
Education had net expenses of $710,000.
Parks had net expenses of $130,000.
Art museum had net revenues of $80,000.
General revenues were $900,000; the overall increase in net assets was $140,000.
The fund-based financial statements issued for Year 4 indicated the following:
The General Fund had an increase of $30,000 in its fund balance.
The Capital Projects Fund had an increase of $40,000 in its fund balance.
The Enterprise Fund had an increase of $60,000 in its net assets.
Officials for Wolfe define “available” as current financial resources to be paid or collected within 60 days.
Assume that the one component unit had program revenues of $30,000 and expenses of $42,000 and spent $10,000 for land during Year 4. However, it should have been handled as a blended component unit, not as a discretely presented component unit. According to the information provided, the overall increase in net assets reported was $140,000. What was the correct overall change in the net assets in the government-wide financial statements?