Recording Journal Entries Ryan Terlecki organized a new Internet

Recording Journal Entries
Ryan Terlecki organized a new Internet company, CapUniverse, Inc. The company specializes in baseball-type caps with logos printed on them. Ryan, who is never without a cap, believes that his target market is college and high school students. You have been hired to record the transactions occurring in the first two weeks of operations.
a. Issued 2,000 shares of stock to investors for cash at $20 per share.
b. Borrowed $60,000 from the bank to provide additional funding to begin operations; the note is due in two years.
c. Paid $1,500 for the current month’s rent of a warehouse and another $1,500 for next month’s rent.
d. Paid $2,400 for a one-year fire insurance policy on the warehouse (recorded as a prepaid expense).
e. Purchased furniture and fixtures for the warehouse for $15,000, paying $3,000 cash and the rest on account. The amount is due within 30 days.
f. Purchased for $2,800 cash The University of Florida, UCLA, Texas A&M, and Michigan State
University baseball caps as inventory to sell online.
g. Placed advertisements on Google for a total of $350 cash.
h. Sold caps totaling $1,700, half of which was charged on account. The cost of the caps sold was $900.
i. Made full payment for the furniture and fixtures purchased on account in (e).
j. Received $210 from a customer on account.
For each of the transactions, prepare journal entries. Be sure to categorize each account as an asset (A), liability (L), stockholders’ equity (SE), revenue (R), or expense (E). Note that transaction (h) will require two entries, one for revenue and one for the related expense.