Write the journal entries for each transaction. Post the totals for each account in the end- of- period spreadsheet Receive cash in exchange for common stock- $25000 Purchase supplies for cash- $250 Prepay insurance for the year- $1000 Purchase land for $50,000. Pay $10,000 cash and finance the rest Purchased a building for $75,000. Pay $10,000 cash and finance the rest. Paid advertising expense $50 Mow lawns for the week- $500- send bills to customers Mow lawns for the week and receive cash- $100 Paid salaries $150 Paid utilities $150 Purchase supplies on account $300 Collect from customers $250 Pay supplies on account bill- $150 Paid stockholder dividends $1000

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  1. Write the journal entries for each transaction. Post the totals for each account in the end- of- period spreadsheet
  2. Receive cash in exchange for common stock- $25000
  3. Purchase supplies for cash- $250
  4. Prepay insurance for the year- $1000
  5. Purchase land for $50,000. Pay $10,000 cash and finance the rest
  6. Purchased a building for $75,000. Pay $10,000 cash and finance the rest.
  7. Paid advertising expense $50
  8. Mow lawns for the week- $500- send bills to customers
  9. Mow lawns for the week and receive cash- $100
  10. Paid salaries $150
  11. Paid utilities $150
  12. Purchase supplies on account $300
  13. Collect from customers $250
  14. Pay supplies on account bill- $150
  15. Paid stockholder dividends $1000

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