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  • For each of the following items, indicate whether or not the balance per bank should be adjusted. For each item that affects the balance per bank, indicate whether the item should be added to (+) or subtracted from (–) the balance perbank.

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  • For each of the following situations, do the necessary calculations and make a decision:a. A company purchases equipment for $75,000. It is to pay $15,000 on the delivery date, $22,500 one year from the delivery date, and $37,500 two years from the delivery date. How much should the entity record as the cost of the equipment? The purchase

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  • For each of the following transactions for Boston Co. (the seller), journalize what the entry would be for the buyer (Main Co.).Sold on account to Main Co.Note paid by Main Co. on duedate

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  • For each of the following, indicate whether the item is an adjustment to the bank balance or the book balance:______  1. Bank service charge______  2. Deposit in transit______  3. Bank collection of amount due from customer______  4. Interest revenue on bank balance______  5. Outstanding check

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  • For most retail businesses the current ratio is significantly higher than the quick ratio. Why do you think this is the case? To answer, think about what the balance sheet of a retail business looks like, particularly the types of current assets that it has.

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  • For several years, Dolphin Co.’s sales have been on a “cash only” basis. On January 1, 2009, however, Dolphin Co. began offering credit on terms of n/30. The amount of the adjusting entry to record the estimated uncollectible receivables at the end of each year has been ¼ of 1% of credit sales, which is the rate reported as the ave

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  • For several years, EquiPrime Co.’s sales have been on a “cash only” basis. On January 1, 2009, however, EquiPrime Co. began offering credit on terms of n/30. The amount of the adjusting entry to record the estimated uncollectible receivables at the end of each year has been ¼ of 1% of credit sales, which is the rate reported as the

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  • For several years, sales have been on a "cash only" basis. On January 1, 2005, however, Litespeed Co. began offering credit on terms of n/30. The amount of the adjusting entry to record the estimated uncollectible receivables at the end of each year has been 1⁄4 of 1% of credit sales, which is the rate reported as the average for the in

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  • For several years, sales have been on a "cash only" basis. On January 1, 2003, however, Filet Co. began offering credit on terms of n/30. The amount of the adjusting entry to record the estimated uncollectible receivables at the end of each year has been 1/4 of 1% of credit sales, which is the rate reported as the average for the industry

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  • For several years, sales have been on a “cash only” basis. On January 1, 2004, however, Sheepshank Co. began offering credit on terms of n/30. The amount of the adjusting entry to record the estimated uncollectible receivables at the end of each year has been ¼ of 1% of credit sales, which is the rate reported as the average for the

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