Asked Sep 10, 2019

Analyze this transaction as an asset, liability, paid in capital or retained earnings(plus or a negative)

collected $235,000 in cash from credit customers.


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A transaction generally tends to have an impact on two or more accounts. In the given transaction, cash...

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