Accounting E16-1(1-5), E16-4, E16-5, BE19-1, BE19-5

Accounting E16-1(1-5), E16-4, E16-5, BE19-1, BE19-5 -...

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E16 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)
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6-1(1-5)* Sometimes they have excess cash, to generate earnings from investment income, or for strategic reasons seasonal fluctuations in sales and as a result of economic cycles low-risk, high liquidity, short-term securities such as government-issued securities debt securities and stock securities Maybe for reasons just to see if things happen
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E16-4 Feb. 1 Stock Investments  6,200  Cash  6,200  July. 1 Cash  600  Dividend Revenue  600  Sept. 1 Cash  4,300  Stock Investments  3,100  Gain on Sale of Stock Investments  1,200  Dec. 1 Cash  300  Dividend Revenue  300 
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E16-5 Jan. 1 Stock Investments  142,100  Cash  142,100  July. 1 Cash  7,500  Dividend Revenue  7,500  Dec. 1 Cash  31,200  Stock Investments  28,420  Gain on Sale of Stock Investments
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Accounting E16-1(1-5), E16-4, E16-5, BE19-1, BE19-5 -...

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