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Textbook Problem

Under the periodic inventory system, what account is debited when an estimate is made for sales made this year, but expected to be returned next year?

  1. (a) Sales Returns and Allowances
  2. (b) Merchandise Inventory
  3. (c) Customer Refunds Payable
  4. (d) Sales

To determine

Identify the account that is debited if an estimate is made for sales this year, but expected to be returned next year, under periodic inventory system.

Explanation

Periodic inventory system:

The method or system of recording the transactions related to inventory occasionally or periodically are referred to as periodic inventory system.

Justification for the incorrect options:

Options of (b), (c) and (d):

Customer refunds payable, merchandise inventory and sales accounts are not debited if an estimate is made for sales this year, but expected to be returned next year, under periodic inventory system. Therefore, these are incorrect options...

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