A raedy j s sannella a j 2016 intermediate accounting

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Gordon, E. A., Raedy, J. S., & Sannella, A. J. (2016). Intermediate accounting.  Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc.   Reply     Reply to Comment o COLLAPSE SUBDISCUSSION     Brenda Forde Brenda Forde Aug 3, 2018Aug 3 at 11:43am Manage Discussion Entry Travis and Class - Which method do you believe is more accurate and why?
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  Reply     Reply to Comment COLLAPSE SUBDISCUSSION     Travis Parker Travis Parker Aug 6, 2018Aug 6 at 5:03pm Manage Discussion Entry Instructor Forde,  As I continue to read the definitions of both, I have difficulty determining which one  would be more accurate only because both of them are very subjective. I think that  there is a lot of grey area in determining when the probability of use becomes  remote. Similarly, with the proportional method the company uses a time based  system. Because of the time based system I would have to say the proportional  method is more accurate. I believe this because the company will take all of the  cards sold in a respective time and determine if they're being used or not. From  there the company will then move forward with their redemption process.    Reply     Reply to Comment COLLAPSE SUBDISCUSSION
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