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Student Name: Class: Problem 14-06 a. Explain how the interest expense shown in the income statement could be $84,000 when the interest payment appearing in the statement of cash flows is only $79,000. $84000 of interest expenses were generated in the sta
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Student Name: Class: Problem 05-03 MYSTIC MASTERS, INC. Income Statement for the year ended December 31, 2009 Revenue: Client revenue earned Expenses: Insurance expense Office rent expense Supplies expense Salary expense Depreciation expense: furniture &
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