The cash payments and purchases journals for Outdoor Artisan Landscaping follow. Theaccounts payable control account has a June 1, 20Y1, balance of $2,230, consisting of anamount owed to Augusta Sod Co.Page 31CASH PAYMENTS JOURNALOtherAccountsPost.Ref.AccountsDr.Ck.No.PayableDr.CashDateAccount Debited20Υ1Augusta Sod Co.Utilities ExpenseJune 42,2302,23020354204440440Home Centers Lumber Co.5,210152055,210Nu Lawn Fertilizer242069109108,7908,35030440()(21)(11)PURCHASES JOURNALPage 22OtherAccountsLandscapingSuppliesDr.Post.Ref.PayableCr.AccountsDr.Post.Ref.DateAccount CreditedAmount20Υ15,210June 3 Home Centers Lumber Co.5,2107 Concrete Equipment Co.Equipment6,7006,70018Nu Lawn Fertilizer14910910Augusta Sod Co.Home Centers Lumber Co.246,4506,4508,430298,43027,7006,7003021,000(21)(14)()Prepare a schedule of the accounts payable creditor balances and determine that the totalagrees with the ending balance of the accounts payable controlling account.

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The cash payments and purchases journals for Outdoor Artisan Landscaping follow. The
accounts payable control account has a June 1, 20Y1, balance of $2,230, consisting of an
amount owed to Augusta Sod Co.
Page 31
CASH PAYMENTS JOURNAL
Other
Accounts
Post.
Ref.
Accounts
Dr.
Ck.
No.
Payable
Dr.
Cash
Date
Account Debited
20Υ1
Augusta Sod Co.
Utilities Expense
June 4
2,230
2,230
203
54
204
440
440
Home Centers Lumber Co.
5,210
15
205
5,210
Nu Lawn Fertilizer
24
206
910
910
8,790
8,350
30
440
()
(21)
(11)
PURCHASES JOURNAL
Page 22
Other
Accounts
Landscaping
Supplies
Dr.
Post.
Ref.
Payable
Cr.
Accounts
Dr.
Post.
Ref.
Date
Account Credited
Amount
20Υ1
5,210
June 3 Home Centers Lumber Co.
5,210
7 Concrete Equipment Co.
Equipment
6,700
6,700
18
Nu Lawn Fertilizer
14
910
910
Augusta Sod Co.
Home Centers Lumber Co.
24
6,450
6,450
8,430
29
8,430
27,700
6,700
30
21,000
(21)
(14)
()
Prepare a schedule of the accounts payable creditor balances and determine that the total
agrees with the ending balance of the accounts payable controlling account.
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The cash payments and purchases journals for Outdoor Artisan Landscaping follow. The accounts payable control account has a June 1, 20Y1, balance of $2,230, consisting of an amount owed to Augusta Sod Co. Page 31 CASH PAYMENTS JOURNAL Other Accounts Post. Ref. Accounts Dr. Ck. No. Payable Dr. Cash Date Account Debited 20Υ1 Augusta Sod Co. Utilities Expense June 4 2,230 2,230 203 54 204 440 440 Home Centers Lumber Co. 5,210 15 205 5,210 Nu Lawn Fertilizer 24 206 910 910 8,790 8,350 30 440 () (21) (11) PURCHASES JOURNAL Page 22 Other Accounts Landscaping Supplies Dr. Post. Ref. Payable Cr. Accounts Dr. Post. Ref. Date Account Credited Amount 20Υ1 5,210 June 3 Home Centers Lumber Co. 5,210 7 Concrete Equipment Co. Equipment 6,700 6,700 18 Nu Lawn Fertilizer 14 910 910 Augusta Sod Co. Home Centers Lumber Co. 24 6,450 6,450 8,430 29 8,430 27,700 6,700 30 21,000 (21) (14) () Prepare a schedule of the accounts payable creditor balances and determine that the total agrees with the ending balance of the accounts payable controlling account.

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Step 1

Accounts payable subsidiary ledger:

 

This ledger is used to post the creditors transaction in one particular ledger account. It helps the business to locate the error in the creditor ledger balance. After all transactions of creditor accounts are posted, the balances in this ledger should be totaled, and compared with the balance in the general ledger of accounts payable. If both the balances does not agree, the error has to be located and corrected.

Step 2

Prepare the accounts payable customers balance and verify that the total agrees with the ending balance of accounts payable control account.

Hence, the closing accounts payable custom...

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OS Landscaping Accounts payable customer balances June 30, 20Y1 Amount ($) 6,450 6,700 8,430 AS Company CE Corporation HC Lumber Corporation NL Fertilizer Total accounts receivable $21.580

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