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Analyzing Transactions Glenda Hohn recently started a day-care center. She uses the

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Problem 6-3

Analyzing Transactions Glenda Hohn recently started a day-care center. She uses the following accounts.General Ledger Cash in Bank Glenda Hohn, Capital Accts. Rec.Tiny Tots Nursery Glenda Hohn, Withdrawals Office Furniture Day-Care Fees Passenger Van Utilities Expense Accts. Pay.Acme Bus Service Van ExpenseInstructions In your working papers or on a separate sheet of paper, for each transaction: Determine which accounts are affected. Classify each account. Determine whether the accounts are being increased or decreased. Indicate which account is debited and which account is credited. Transactions: 1. Bought a passenger van for cash. 2. Paid the telephone bill for the month. 3. Received cash from customers for day-care services.

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Problem 6.3

Analyzing Transactions Glenda Hohn recently started a day-care center. She uses the following accounts. General Ledger Cash in Bank Glenda Hohn, Capital Accts. Rec. Tiny Tots Nursery Glenda Hohn, Withdrawals Office Furniture Day-Care Fees Passenger Van Utilities Expense Accts. Pay. Acme Bus Service Van Expense Instructions In your working papers or on a separate sheet of paper, for each transaction: Determine which accounts are affected. Classify each account. Determine whether the accounts are being increased or decreased. Indicate which account is debited and which account is credited. Transactions: 1. Bought a passenger van for cash. 2. Paid the telephone bill for the month. 3. Received cash from customers for day-care services.

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General ledger can be defined as the book of accounts in which the journal entries prepared by the business entity are posted. It reflects the ending balance of specific accounts of the business entity.

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