McGraw Hill Connect, Chapter 9 Accounting assignment includes:
CHAPTER 9 HOMEWORK and CHAPTER 9 QUIZ completed online through McGraw Hill Connect site with my credentials DUE NO LATER THAN Sunday, 04-21-2013
AS WELL AS:
Upload DOCUMENTS of Chapter 9 TEST submitted to me through homework market DUE NO LATER THAN Sunday 04-21-2013 —- SEE BELOW:
PROBLEM #1 25 points
At the beginning of the year, Sonoran Park Equipment’s accounts receivable balance was $105,000 and the allowance for doubtful accounts had a $1,950 credit. Sonoran’s sales in the current year were $787,500, 80% of which were on credit. Collections on account during the year were $502,000. Additionally, Sonoran wrote off $3,000 of uncollectible accounts during the year. It is estimated that 6% of the year end accounts receivable are expected to be uncollectible.
Using the allowance for bad debts based on accounts receivable aging method, determine the journal entry for the estimate of bad debts. What is Sonoran’s net realizable value of accounts at the end of the year?
A. Journal Entry
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B. Net Realizable Value
PROBLEM #2 10 points
Good Day Service Center received a 120 day, 6% note for $50,000, dated April 12, 20XX from a customer on account. Determine the (a) due date of the note, (b) the maturity value of the note, and (c) the journal entry to record the receipt of the payment of the note at maturity. Use a 360 day year.
PROBLEM #3 5 points
What is the difference between an account receivable and a note receivable?