Calculate the unknown amounts appearing in each column.Ceginning$50.000$45.000Assets$55.00030.00010.000Liabilities45.000EnaingAssets$54.000$42.000$48.000?20.00015.000LiabilitiesDuring YearSales revenue?$42.000$42.00035.00013.00025.000Expenses1,000Dividends1,500-6. Prepare journal entries for the following events during the month of November.I) Stockholders invested $50,000 cash in the business in exchange for common stock.2 Purchased two desktop computers, software, and a printer for $5,000 cash.3) Paid $2.000 cash for rent on an office for the month of November4 Purchased an advertisement in a local newspaper for $500 cash, announcing the openew business.5) Paid $3,000 cash for wages of an employee.6) Received $2,000 cash from customers for the sales previously completed.7) Paid $500 cash toward the company's accounts payable balance.n iournal entries.6dertising expense

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Calculate the unknown amounts appearing in each column.
C
eginning
$50.000
$45.000
Assets
$55.000
30.000
10.000
Liabilities
45.000
Enaing
Assets
$54.000
$42.000
$48.000
?
20.000
15.000
Liabilities
During Year
Sales revenue
?
$42.000
$42.000
35.000
13.000
25.000
Expenses
1,000
Dividends
1,500
-6. Prepare journal entries for the following events during the month of November.
I) Stockholders invested $50,000 cash in the business in exchange for common stock.
2 Purchased two desktop computers, software, and a printer for $5,000 cash.
3) Paid $2.000 cash for rent on an office for the month of November
4 Purchased an advertisement in a local newspaper for $500 cash, announcing the ope
new business.
5) Paid $3,000 cash for wages of an employee.
6) Received $2,000 cash from customers for the sales previously completed.
7) Paid $500 cash toward the company's accounts payable balance.
n iournal entries.
6dertising expense
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Calculate the unknown amounts appearing in each column. C eginning $50.000 $45.000 Assets $55.000 30.000 10.000 Liabilities 45.000 Enaing Assets $54.000 $42.000 $48.000 ? 20.000 15.000 Liabilities During Year Sales revenue ? $42.000 $42.000 35.000 13.000 25.000 Expenses 1,000 Dividends 1,500 -6. Prepare journal entries for the following events during the month of November. I) Stockholders invested $50,000 cash in the business in exchange for common stock. 2 Purchased two desktop computers, software, and a printer for $5,000 cash. 3) Paid $2.000 cash for rent on an office for the month of November 4 Purchased an advertisement in a local newspaper for $500 cash, announcing the ope new business. 5) Paid $3,000 cash for wages of an employee. 6) Received $2,000 cash from customers for the sales previously completed. 7) Paid $500 cash toward the company's accounts payable balance. n iournal entries. 6dertising expense

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