Sheldon factored $200,000 of accounts receivable with Penny Factors on a with recourse basis. Penny assesses a 5% finance charge. Sheldon estimates the fair value of the recourse obligation to be $1,500. Penny Factors pays Sheldon 90% of the factored receivables. Sheldon estimates that the value of the final 10% of receivables is $16,000. Journalize the sale of the receivables.

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Sheldon factored $200,000 of accounts receivable with Penny Factors on a with recourse basis. Penny assesses a 5% finance charge. Sheldon estimates the fair value of the recourse obligation to be $1,500. Penny Factors pays Sheldon 90% of the factored receivables. Sheldon estimates that the value of the final 10% of receivables is $16,000. Journalize the sale of the receivables. 

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