B-08.06 Problem

B-08.06 Problem - profit You may assume that Stewart...

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B-08.06 B. J. Stewart Furniture Company had the following transactions relating to the purchase and sale of leather sofas. There was no beginning inventory. Purchased 100 units on account at $1,000 per unit Sold 75 units for cash at $2,000 per unit Customers returned 3 defective units for cash refunds Stewart returned the 3 defective units to its supplier for credit on account (a) Assuming Stewart uses a periodic inventory system, what journal entries would be needed to record the preceding activity? (b) Assuming Stewart uses a periodic inventory system, show the calculation of gross
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Unformatted text preview: profit. You may assume that Stewart conducted a physical count of ending inventory and confirmed that 25 were still on hand. (c) Assuming Stewart uses a perpetual inventory system, what journal entries would be needed to record the preceding activity? (d) Assuming Stewart uses a perpetual inventory system, show the calculation of gross profit. If Stewart uses a perpetual system, would there be any need to perform a periodic physical count of leather sofas on hand?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING 101 taught by Professor Hudack during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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