Question: A retail firm has just made a sale However it

A retail firm has just made a sale. However, it values its account receivable at the cost of the merchandise sold, rather than at the amount owing from the customer. What basis of revenue recognition does this practice imply? Under what conditions might a retail firm value accounts receivable this way?


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