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I have questions about the Income Statement. Aside from the obvious what is recorded in the Income Statement? Are Expenses covered? Are any other accounts covered? Please tell me all accounts that are included in the Income Statement and tell me if the Income Statement is a Debit or Credit Account and what accounts in the Income Statement Debits or Credits? Thanks!

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