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7. The accounts receivable turnover rate for Baldwin Corporation is 8, and for Basinger Company the turnover rate is 10. These statistics indicate that: a. Basinger collects its accounts receivable within 10 days on average; Baldwin collects its accounts receivable in 8 days on average. b. Basinger writes off as uncollectible a greater percentage of its accounts receivable than does Baldwin Company. c. Basinger collects its accounts receivable faster than does Baldwin Company. d. Basinger makes on average 10 credit sales annually to each of its customers, while Baldwin makes 8 credit sales to each customer.
8. When short-term investments appear in the balance sheet at their current market values, it is an exception to the ______ principle.
9. At the beginning of the year, Robert Company s Allowance for Doubtful Accounts had a $3,200 credit balance. During January, a provision of 2% of sales was made for uncollectible accounts expense. During January, sales totaled $350,000, and $2,900 of accounts receivable were written off as worthless. No recoveries of accounts previously written off were made during the month. Robert s financial statements for January show:
10. When the maker of a note defaults:
11. All the following are steps included in the preparation of the bank reconciliation except: a. Comparing deposits listed on the bank statement with the deposits shown in the accounting records. b. Comparing checks listed on the bank statement with corresponding entries in the accounting records. c. Deducting any debit memoranda from the balance on the bank statement. d. Preparing journal entries for any adjustments to the depositor's records.
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