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Enter the following transactions in a general journal: June 4 Sold merchandise on account to T. Allen, $1,500 plus 6% sales tax, with 1/10, n/30 cash discount terms. 7 Sold merchandise on account to K. Bryant, $1,800 plus 6% sales tax, with 1/10, n/30 cash discount terms. 11 T. Allen returned merchandise totaling $300 from the June 4 sale, for credit. 14 T. Allen paid the balance due from the June 4 sale, less discount. 17 K. Bryant paid the balance due from the June 7 sale, less discount.

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College Accounting, Chapters 1-27

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ISBN: 9781337794756

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Chapter 10, Problem 1CP
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Enter the following transactions in a general journal:

June 4    Sold merchandise on account to T. Allen, $1,500 plus 6% sales tax, with 1/10, n/30 cash discount terms.

    7 Sold merchandise on account to K. Bryant, $1,800 plus 6% sales tax, with 1/10, n/30 cash discount terms.

    11 T. Allen returned merchandise totaling $300 from the June 4 sale, for credit.

    14 T. Allen paid the balance due from the June 4 sale, less discount.

    17 K. Bryant paid the balance due from the June 7 sale, less discount.

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