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PREPARATION OF ADJUSTMENTS ON A SPREADSHEET FOR A MERCHANDISING BUSINESS: PERIODIC METHOD The trial balance for the Venice Beach Kite Shop, a business owned by Molly Young is shown on page 552. Year-end adjustment information is as follows: REQUIRED 1. Complete the Adjustments columns, identifying each adjustment with its corresponding letter. 2. Complete the spreadsheet. 3. Filter the adjustments in a general journal.

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Chapter 14, Problem 12SPA
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PREPARATION OF ADJUSTMENTS ON A SPREADSHEET FOR A MERCHANDISING BUSINESS: PERIODIC METHOD The trial balance for the Venice Beach Kite Shop, a business owned by Molly Young is shown on page 552. Year-end adjustment information is as follows:

Chapter 14, Problem 12SPA, PREPARATION OF ADJUSTMENTS ON A SPREADSHEET FOR A MERCHANDISING BUSINESS: PERIODIC METHOD The trial

REQUIRED

  1. 1. Complete the Adjustments columns, identifying each adjustment with its corresponding letter.
  2. 2. Complete the spreadsheet.
  3. 3. Filter the adjustments in a general journal.

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