Journalize the following transactions that occurred in September 2016 for Cardinal. No explanations are needed. Identify each accounts payable and accounts receivable with the vendor or customer name.Sep. 3 Purchased merchandise inventory on account from Sherry Wholesalers, $4,000. Terms 1/15, n/EOM, FOB shipping point.4 Paid freight bill of $75 on September 3 purchase.4 Purchased merchandise inventory for cash of $1,900.6

Journalize the following transactions that occurred in September 2016 for Cardinal. No explanations are needed. Identify each accounts payable and accounts receivable with the vendor or customer name.
Sep. 3 Purchased merchandise inventory on account from Sherry Wholesalers, $4,000. Terms 1/15, n/EOM, FOB shipping point.
4 Paid freight bill of $75 on September 3 purchase.
4 Purchased merchandise inventory for cash of $1,900.
6 Returned $1,100 of inventory from September 3 purchase.
8 Sold merchandise inventory to Houston Company, $5,500, on account. Terms 3/15, n/35. Cost of goods, $2,365.
9 Purchased merchandise inventory on account from Tarin Wholesalers, $12,000. Terms 3/10, n/30, FOB destination.
10 Made payment to Sherry Wholesalers for goods purchased on September 3, less return and discount.
12 Received payment from Houston Company, less discount.
13 After negotiations, received a $200 allowance from Tarin Wholesalers.
15 Sold merchandise inventory to Java Company, $3,300, on account. Terms 2/10, n/EOM. Cost of goods, $1,320.
22 Made payment, less allowance, to Tarin Wholesalers for goods purchased on September 9.
23 Java Company returned $900 of the merchandise sold on September 15. Cost of goods, $360.
25 Sold merchandise inventory to Smecker for $1,900 on account that cost $722. Terms of 1/10, n/30 was offered, FOB shipping point. As a courtesy to Smecker,
$85 of freight was added to the invoice for which cash was paid by Cardinal.
26 After negotiations, granted a $200 allowance to Smecker for merchandise purchased on September 25.
29 Received payment from Smecker, less allowance and discount.
30 Received payment from Java Company, less return. Accounts Payable
Accounts payable (AP) are bills to be paid as part of the normal course of business.This is a standard accounting term, one of the most common liabilities, which normally appears in the balance sheet listing of liabilities. Businesses receive...
Accounts Receivable
Accounts receivables are debts owed to your company, usually from sales on credit. Accounts receivable is business asset, the sum of the money owed to you by customers who haven’t paid.The standard procedure in business-to-business sales is that...

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