Making a lump-sum asset purchase Concord Pet Care Clinic paid $210,000 for a group purchase of land, building, and equipment. At the time of the acquisition, the land had a market value of $110,000, the building $88,000, and the equipment $22,000. Journalize the lump-sum purchase of the three assets for a total cost of $210,000, the amount for which the business signed a note payable.

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Making a lump-sum asset purchase Concord Pet Care Clinic paid $210,000 for a group purchase of land, building, and equipment. At the time of the acquisition, the land had a market value of $110,000, the building $88,000, and the equipment $22,000. Journalize the lump-sum purchase of the three assets for a total cost of $210,000, the amount for which the business signed a note payable.

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