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41. The following accounts, in alphabetical order, are from the general ledger of Oma Bean's AdviceService, Inc. at January 31, 2019. The firm's accounting year began on January 1. All accounts havenormal balances.$ 1,120Insurance expense$ 6,900Accounts payable1,700Rent expense36,400Accounts receivable10,800Salaries expense1,680Advertising expense38,300Service fees earned53,200Common stock960Supplies expense5,400Dividends3,120Supplies inventory17,000Cash1,140Utilities expense19,080EquipmentPrepare a trial balance at January 31, 2019, from the given data.

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41. The following accounts, in alphabetical order, are from the general ledger of Oma Bean's Advice
Service, Inc. at January 31, 2019. The firm's accounting year began on January 1. All accounts have
normal balances.
$ 1,120
Insurance expense
$ 6,900
Accounts payable
1,700
Rent expense
36,400
Accounts receivable
10,800
Salaries expense
1,680
Advertising expense
38,300
Service fees earned
53,200
Common stock
960
Supplies expense
5,400
Dividends
3,120
Supplies inventory
17,000
Cash
1,140
Utilities expense
19,080
Equipment
Prepare a trial balance at January 31, 2019, from the given data.
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41. The following accounts, in alphabetical order, are from the general ledger of Oma Bean's Advice Service, Inc. at January 31, 2019. The firm's accounting year began on January 1. All accounts have normal balances. $ 1,120 Insurance expense $ 6,900 Accounts payable 1,700 Rent expense 36,400 Accounts receivable 10,800 Salaries expense 1,680 Advertising expense 38,300 Service fees earned 53,200 Common stock 960 Supplies expense 5,400 Dividends 3,120 Supplies inventory 17,000 Cash 1,140 Utilities expense 19,080 Equipment Prepare a trial balance at January 31, 2019, from the given data.

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