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Showcase Co., a furniture wholesaler, sells merchandise to Balboa Co. on account, $254,500, terms n/30. The cost of the merchandise sold is $152,700. Showcase Co. issues a credit memo for $30,000 for merchandise returned prior to Balboa Co. paying the original invoice. The cost of the merchandise returned is $17,500. Journalize Showcase Co.’s entries for (a) the sale, including the cost of the merchandise sold; (b) the credit memo, including the cost of the returned merchandise; and (c) the receipt of the check for the amount due from Balboa Co.

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Showcase Co., a furniture wholesaler, sells merchandise to Balboa Co. on account, $254,500, terms n/30. The cost of the merchandise sold is $152,700. Showcase Co. issues a credit memo for $30,000 for merchandise returned prior to Balboa Co. paying the original invoice. The cost of the merchandise returned is $17,500. Journalize Showcase Co.’s entries for (a) the sale, including the cost of the merchandise sold; (b) the credit memo, including the cost of the returned merchandise; and (c) the receipt of the check for the amount due from Balboa Co.

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