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ADJUSTMENT FOR MERCHANDISE INVENTORY USING T ACCOUNTS: PERIODIC INVENTORY SYSTEM WITH SALES RETURNS AND ALLOWANCES Sam Edwards owns a business called Sam’s Stuff. A physical count determined his ending inventory as of December 31, 20-- was $72,000. Based on past experience, Sam estimates that $5,000 of sales from this year will be returned next year. The cost of the merchandise expected to be returned is $3,000. Using the partial Trial Balance provided below, set up T accounts for Merchandise Inventory, Estimated Returns Inventory, Customer Refunds Payable, Sales Returns and Allowances, and Income Summary and prepare the year-end adjustments for Merchandise Inventory and related accounts.

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ADJUSTMENT FOR MERCHANDISE INVENTORY USING T ACCOUNTS: PERIODIC INVENTORY SYSTEM WITH SALES RETURNS AND ALLOWANCES Sam Edwards owns a business called Sam’s Stuff. A physical count determined his ending inventory as of December 31, 20-- was $72,000. Based on past experience, Sam estimates that $5,000 of sales from this year will be returned next year. The cost of the merchandise expected to be returned is $3,000. Using the partial Trial Balance provided below, set up T accounts for Merchandise Inventory, Estimated Returns Inventory, Customer Refunds Payable, Sales Returns and Allowances, and Income Summary and prepare the year-end adjustments for Merchandise Inventory and related accounts.

Chapter 14, Problem 2SEA, ADJUSTMENT FOR MERCHANDISE INVENTORY USING T ACCOUNTS: PERIODIC INVENTORY SYSTEM WITH SALES RETURNS

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