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SOLID ROCK GYM, San Diego, California

Individuals and groups of all ages come to Solid Rock Gym for fun and fitness. Services include several types of indoor rock-climbing experiences such as individual and group instruction, team development, and fitness programs. Solid Rock Gym also offers bouldering (climbing close to the bottom—no rope or hardware), top-roping (climbing while protected by a rope running through anchors above the intended route), and lead climbing (climbing while protected by a rope clipped to anchors as the climber ascends a route). List five transactions that Solid Rock Gym might record during the month. Determine what accounts are involved and whether the accounts are debited or credited. Example: Transaction 0. Owner invested cash in the business. Accounts involved: Cash and Capital. Cash is debited, and Capital is credited.

To determine

List five transactions that should be recorded by Company S identify the accounts involved and state whether the accounts are debited or credited.

Explanation

Accounting event:

An accounting event is a cost-effective event that alters assets, liabilities, or stockholders’ equity of a Company.

Five transactions are listed below along with the accounts involved and the accounts that are debited and credited:

Serial NumberTransactionsAccounts InvolvedDebit/Credit
1Purchase of rock-climbing equipment on accountEquipment and Accounts payableEquipment accounts is debited and Accounts payable is credited

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