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At January 1, 2017 Eikenberry Inc. had accounts receivable of $72,000.  At December 31, 2017, accounts receivable is $54,000.  Sales revenue for 2017 is $420,000.

Compute Eikenberry's 2017 cash receipts from customers.  

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