(Fundamentals of Revenue Recognition) Presented below are five different situations. Provide an answer to each of these questions.1. The Kawaski Jeep dealership sells both new and used Jeeps. Some of the Jeeps are used for demonstration purposes; after 6 months, these Jeeps are then sold as used vehicles. Should Kawaski Jeep record these sales of used Jeeps as revenue or as a gain?2. One of the main indicators of whether control has passed to the customer is whether revenue has been earned. Is this statement correct?3. One of the five steps in determining whether revenue should be recognized is whether the sale has been realized. Do you agree?4. One of the criteria that contracts must meet to apply the revenue standard is that collectibility of the sales price must be reasonably possible. Is this correct?5. Many believe the distinction between revenue and gains is important in financial statements. Given that both revenues and gains increase net income, why is the distinction important?

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(Fundamentals of Revenue Recognition) Presented below are five different situations. Provide an answer to each of these questions.
1. The Kawaski Jeep dealership sells both new and used Jeeps. Some of the Jeeps are used for demonstration purposes; after 6 months, these Jeeps are then sold as used vehicles. Should Kawaski Jeep record these sales of used Jeeps as revenue or as a gain?
2. One of the main indicators of whether control has passed to the customer is whether revenue has been earned. Is this statement correct?
3. One of the five steps in determining whether revenue should be recognized is whether the sale has been realized. Do you agree?
4. One of the criteria that contracts must meet to apply the revenue standard is that collectibility of the sales price must be reasonably possible. Is this correct?
5. Many believe the distinction between revenue and gains is important in financial statements. Given that both revenues and gains increase net income, why is the distinction important?

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