Received $13,200 cash for consulting services rendered in January.Issued common stock to investors for $8,000 cash.Purchased $11,200 of equipment, paying 25 percent in cash and owing the rest on a note due in 2 years.Received $11,800 cash for consulting services to be performed in February.Bought and received $1,750 of supplies on account.Received utility bill for January for $2,060, due February 15.Consulted for customers in January for fees totaling $19,900, due in February.Received $13,300 cash for consulting services rendered in December.Paid $875 toward supplies purchased in (e).Need to put this information into an unadjusted trial balance chart. (account name, debit, credit)

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Received $13,200 cash for consulting services rendered in January.
Issued common stock to investors for $8,000 cash.
Purchased $11,200 of equipment, paying 25 percent in cash and owing the rest on a note due in 2 years.
Received $11,800 cash for consulting services to be performed in February.
Bought and received $1,750 of supplies on account.
Received utility bill for January for $2,060, due February 15.
Consulted for customers in January for fees totaling $19,900, due in February.
Received $13,300 cash for consulting services rendered in December.
Paid $875 toward supplies purchased in (e).

Need to put this information into an unadjusted trial balance chart. (account name, debit, credit)

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