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CALCULATION OF COST OF GOODS SOLD: PERIODIC INVENTORY SYSTEM WITH SALES RETURNS AND ALLOWANCES Use the same information as provided in Exercise 14-3A, but assume the business makes estimates for sales returns and allowances at year-end. The balances for estimated returns inventory are provided below. Prepare the cost of goods sold section of the income statement. Beginning estimated returns inventory $2,000 Ending estimated returns inventory 1,600

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CALCULATION OF COST OF GOODS SOLD: PERIODIC INVENTORY SYSTEM WITH SALES RETURNS AND ALLOWANCES Use the same information as provided in Exercise 14-3A, but assume the business makes estimates for sales returns and allowances at year-end. The balances for estimated returns inventory are provided below. Prepare the cost of goods sold section of the income statement.

Beginning estimated returns inventory $2,000
Ending estimated returns inventory 1,600

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