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Calculating Accrued Interest
Likert Company received a 90 day, six percent note receivable for $20,000 orn
November 1.
How much interest income should be accrued on December 31?
$100
$200
$300
$400
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Calculating Accrued Interest Likert Company received a 90 day, six percent note receivable for $20,000 orn November 1. How much interest income should be accrued on December 31? $100 $200 $300 $400

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