Oct. 2.Issued Invoice No. 321 to Pryor Corp. for services rendered on account, $300.Oct. 3.Issued Invoice No. 322 to Armor Inc. for services rendered on account, $420.Oct. 14.Issued Invoice No. 323 to Pryor Corp. for services rendered on account, $150.Oct. 24.Issued Invoice No. 324 to Rose Co. for services rendered on account, $630.Collected Invoice No. 321 from Pryor Corp.Oct. 29.a. Record the October revenue transactions for Horizon Consulting Company in the following revenue journal format:REVENUE JOURNALAccounts Rec. Dr.Invoice No.DATEAccount DebitedPost. Ref.Fees Earned Cr.Oct. 2Oct. 3Oct. 14Oct. 24Oct. 31b. What is the total amount posted to the accounts receivable and fees earned accounts from the revenue journal for October?Accounts receivableFees earnedc. What is the October 31 balance of the Pryor Corp. customer account assuming a zero balance on October 1?

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Oct. 2.
Issued Invoice No. 321 to Pryor Corp. for services rendered on account, $300.
Oct. 3.
Issued Invoice No. 322 to Armor Inc. for services rendered on account, $420.
Oct. 14.
Issued Invoice No. 323 to Pryor Corp. for services rendered on account, $150.
Oct. 24.
Issued Invoice No. 324 to Rose Co. for services rendered on account, $630.
Collected Invoice No. 321 from Pryor Corp.
Oct. 29.
a. Record the October revenue transactions for Horizon Consulting Company in the following revenue journal format:
REVENUE JOURNAL
Accounts Rec. Dr.
Invoice No.
DATE
Account Debited
Post. Ref.
Fees Earned Cr.
Oct. 2
Oct. 3
Oct. 14
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
b. What is the total amount posted to the accounts receivable and fees earned accounts from the revenue journal for October?
Accounts receivable
Fees earned
c. What is the October 31 balance of the Pryor Corp. customer account assuming a zero balance on October 1?
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Oct. 2. Issued Invoice No. 321 to Pryor Corp. for services rendered on account, $300. Oct. 3. Issued Invoice No. 322 to Armor Inc. for services rendered on account, $420. Oct. 14. Issued Invoice No. 323 to Pryor Corp. for services rendered on account, $150. Oct. 24. Issued Invoice No. 324 to Rose Co. for services rendered on account, $630. Collected Invoice No. 321 from Pryor Corp. Oct. 29. a. Record the October revenue transactions for Horizon Consulting Company in the following revenue journal format: REVENUE JOURNAL Accounts Rec. Dr. Invoice No. DATE Account Debited Post. Ref. Fees Earned Cr. Oct. 2 Oct. 3 Oct. 14 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 b. What is the total amount posted to the accounts receivable and fees earned accounts from the revenue journal for October? Accounts receivable Fees earned c. What is the October 31 balance of the Pryor Corp. customer account assuming a zero balance on October 1?

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