Shore Co. sold merchandise to Blue Star Co. on account, $112,000, terms FOB shipping point, 2/10, n/30. The cost of the goods sold is $67,200. Shore Co. paid freight of $1,800.Journalize the entries for Shore and Blue Star for the sale, purchase, and payment of amount due. Refer to the appropriate company’s Chart of Accounts for exact wording of account titles. CHART OF ACCOUNTSShore Co.General Ledger ASSETS110Cash121Accounts Receivable-Blue Star Co.125Notes Receivable130Inventory140Office Supplies141Store Supplies142Prepaid Insurance180Land192Store Equipment193Accumulated Depreciation-Store Equipment194Office Equipment195Accumulated Depreciation-Office Equipment LIABILITIES210Accounts Payable218Sales Tax Payable219Customer Refunds Payable220Unearned Rent221Notes Payable EQUITY310Common Stock311Retained Earnings312Dividends313Income Summary REVENUE410Sales610Rent Revenue EXPENSES501Cost of Goods Sold521Delivery Expense522Advertising Expense524Depreciation Expense-Store Equipment525Depreciation Expense-Office Equipment531Rent Expense533Insurance Expense534Store Supplies Expense535Office Supplies Expense536Credit Card Expense539Miscellaneous Expense710Interest Expense CHART OF ACCOUNTSBlue Star Co.General Ledger ASSETS110Cash120Accounts Receivable125Notes Receivable130Inventory140Office Supplies141Store Supplies142Prepaid Insurance180Land192Store Equipment193Accumulated Depreciation-Store Equipment194Office Equipment195Accumulated Depreciation-Office Equipment LIABILITIES211Accounts Payable-Shore Co.218Sales Tax Payable219Customer Refunds Payable220Unearned Rent221Notes Payable EQUITY310Common Stock311Retained Earnings312Dividends313Income Summary REVENUE410Sales610Rent Revenue EXPENSES501Cost of Goods Sold521Delivery Expense522Advertising Expense524Depreciation Expense-Store Equipment525Depreciation Expense-Office Equipment531Rent Expense533Insurance Expense534Store Supplies Expense535Office Supplies Expense536Credit Card Expense539Miscellaneous Expense710Interest Expense  Journalize the entries for Shore Co. for the sale and payment of the amount due. For grading purposes, use December 31 as the date for all transactions. Refer to the appropriate company’s Chart of Accounts for exact wording of account titles.  Journalize the entries for Blue Star Co. for the purchase and payment of the amount due. For grading purposes, use December 31 as the date for all transactions. Refer to the appropriate company’s Chart of Accounts for exact wording of account titles.

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Shore Co. sold merchandise to Blue Star Co. on account, $112,000, terms FOB shipping point, 2/10, n/30. The cost of the goods sold is $67,200. Shore Co. paid freight of $1,800.
Journalize the entries for Shore and Blue Star for the sale, purchase, and payment of amount due. Refer to the appropriate company’s Chart of Accounts for exact wording of account titles.
 
CHART OF ACCOUNTS
Shore Co.
General Ledger
  ASSETS
110 Cash
121 Accounts Receivable-Blue Star Co.
125 Notes Receivable
130 Inventory
140 Office Supplies
141 Store Supplies
142 Prepaid Insurance
180 Land
192 Store Equipment
193 Accumulated Depreciation-Store Equipment
194 Office Equipment
195 Accumulated Depreciation-Office Equipment
  LIABILITIES
210 Accounts Payable
218 Sales Tax Payable
219 Customer Refunds Payable
220 Unearned Rent
221 Notes Payable
  EQUITY
310 Common Stock
311 Retained Earnings
312 Dividends
313 Income Summary
  REVENUE
410 Sales
610 Rent Revenue
  EXPENSES
501 Cost of Goods Sold
521 Delivery Expense
522 Advertising Expense
524 Depreciation Expense-Store Equipment
525 Depreciation Expense-Office Equipment
531 Rent Expense
533 Insurance Expense
534 Store Supplies Expense
535 Office Supplies Expense
536 Credit Card Expense
539 Miscellaneous Expense
710 Interest Expense

 

CHART OF ACCOUNTS
Blue Star Co.
General Ledger
  ASSETS
110 Cash
120 Accounts Receivable
125 Notes Receivable
130 Inventory
140 Office Supplies
141 Store Supplies
142 Prepaid Insurance
180 Land
192 Store Equipment
193 Accumulated Depreciation-Store Equipment
194 Office Equipment
195 Accumulated Depreciation-Office Equipment
  LIABILITIES
211 Accounts Payable-Shore Co.
218 Sales Tax Payable
219 Customer Refunds Payable
220 Unearned Rent
221 Notes Payable
  EQUITY
310 Common Stock
311 Retained Earnings
312 Dividends
313 Income Summary
  REVENUE
410 Sales
610 Rent Revenue
  EXPENSES
501 Cost of Goods Sold
521 Delivery Expense
522 Advertising Expense
524 Depreciation Expense-Store Equipment
525 Depreciation Expense-Office Equipment
531 Rent Expense
533 Insurance Expense
534 Store Supplies Expense
535 Office Supplies Expense
536 Credit Card Expense
539 Miscellaneous Expense
710 Interest Expense
 
 
Journalize the entries for Shore Co. for the sale and payment of the amount due. For grading purposes, use December 31 as the date for all transactions. Refer to the appropriate company’s Chart of Accounts for exact wording of account titles.
 
 
Journalize the entries for Blue Star Co. for the purchase and payment of the amount due. For grading purposes, use December 31 as the date for all transactions. Refer to the appropriate company’s Chart of Accounts for exact wording of account titles.
 
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Prepare journal entry for the sale of inventory.

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1. Calculate the amount of accounts receivable.

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Prepare the journal entry for cost of goods sold.

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Prepare the journal entry for freight paid by company S on behalf of Company B.

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