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Salaries owed to employees on December 31, 2011, amount to $2,000.

Account Names DR CR
 Blank 1. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 2. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 3. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 4. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.
 Blank 5. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 6. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 7. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 8. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.
 Blank 9. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 10. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 11. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.  Blank 12. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.
Show any calculations  Blank 13. Fill in the blank, read surrounding text.

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