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17. Effects of transactions on balance sheet itemsShow the effect of each of the seven listed transactions on the balance sheet items of Better Broadlooms. Indicate the new balances after the transaction of May 2 and each subsequent transaction.The effects of the May 1 transaction are already filled in to provide you with an example.
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18. An inexperienced accounting intern at Commodore Company prepared the following income statement for the month of July, 2007:Instructions: Prepare a revised income statement in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Answer: Income Statement
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Chapter 3 19. The sequence of accounting procedures used to record, classify and summarize accounting information is called the: 20. The essential point of double-entry system of accounting is that every transaction: 21. The term revenuecan best be described as: 22. Hot Jazz, Inc., a music group, entertained at a black-tie dinner dance on April 26, and collected the fee in full at the end of the evening. This transaction: A) Causes an increase in assets and revenue, as well as an increase in owners' equity. B) Is recorded by debiting Cash and crediting the Retained Earnings account.
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C) Causes an increase in assets and a decrease in owners' equity. D) Violates the matching principle unless any expenses associated with this cash receipt are paid prior torecording the revenue. 23. On June 27, Long Life Services, Inc., performed extensive tests on lab specimens submitted by several customers and sent invoices totaling $3,800, due in 30 days. Use the following to answer questions 24-27:The following transactions occurred during March, the first month of operations for Lawrence Galleries, Inc.:* Capital stock was issued to Lawrence Milburn in exchange for $240,000 cash.
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