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Journalizing and Posting Business Transactions A partial chart of accounts for Kits &

Accounting: First Year Course | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9780078688294 | Authors: Glencoe ISBN: 9780078688294 416

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Problem 7-7

Journalizing and Posting Business Transactions A partial chart of accounts for Kits & Pups Grooming follows. General Ledger 101 Cash in Bank 301 Abe Shultz, Capital 105 Accts. Rec.J. Alvarez 305 Abe Shultz, Withdrawals 120 Grooming Supplies 401 Boarding Revenue 130 Office Furniture 405 Grooming Revenue 140 Grooming Equipment 525 Salaries Expense 205 Accts. Pay.Dogs & Cats Inc. Instructions 1. In your working papers, open an account in the general ledger for each of these accounts. 2. Record the March transactions on page 1 of the general journal. 3. Post each journal entry to the appropriate ledger account. 4. Prove the ledger by preparing a trial balance.

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Problem 7.7

Journalizing and Posting Business Transactions A partial chart of accounts for Kits & Pups Grooming follows. General Ledger 101 Cash in Bank 301 Abe Shultz, Capital 105 Accts. Rec. J. Alvarez 305 Abe Shultz, Withdrawals 120 Grooming Supplies 401 Boarding Revenue 130 Office Furniture 405 Grooming Revenue 140 Grooming Equipment 525 Salaries Expense 205 Accts. Pay. Dogs & Cats Inc. Instructions 1. In your working papers, open an account in the general ledger for each of these accounts. 2. Record the March transactions on page 1 of the general journal. 3. Post each journal entry to the appropriate ledger account. 4. Prove the ledger by preparing a trial balance.

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A list of ending balances of all the ledger accounts is known as trial balance. It is used for preparing the other financial statements of the company and to evaluate the arithmetical accuracy in the books of accounts.

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Textbook: Accounting: First Year Course
Edition: 1
Author: Glencoe
ISBN: 9780078688294

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