Asked Mar 24, 2020
                                    Jeter          Rosado
Net Sales Revenue  $10,000  $25,000
Cost of Goods Sold 6,110  18,000
Other Expenses  3,300  5,675
Net Income  $590  $1,325
Requirement 1. Prepare​ common-size income statements. ​(Round your answers to one decimal​ place, X.X%.)
Jeter Versus Rosado
Common-Size Income Statement (Partial)
Year Ended December 31
Net Sales Revenue
Cost of Goods Sold
Other Expenses
Net Income

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