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Exercise 2-48 Debit and Credit Effect on Transactions Jefferson Framers engaged in the following transactions: Purchased land for $35,200 cash. Purchased equipment for $16.400 in exchange for a 1-year, 8% note payable. Purchased office supplies on credit for $1,500 from Office Depot. Paid the $15,00 principal plus $600 interest on a note payable. Paid an account payable in the amount of $3,150. Provided $65,300 of services on credit. Provided $15,400 of services for cash. Collected $32,800 of accounts receivable. Paid $10,300 of wages in cash. Issued common stock for $40,000 cash. Required: Using a table like the one below. enter the necessary information for each transaction. Enter the debits before the credits Transaction a is entered as an example.

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Chapter 2, Problem 48E
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Exercise 2-48 Debit and Credit Effect on Transactions

Jefferson Framers engaged in the following transactions:

  1. Purchased land for $35,200 cash.
  2. Purchased equipment for $16.400 in exchange for a 1-year, 8% note payable.
  3. Purchased office supplies on credit for $1,500 from Office Depot.
  4. Paid the $15,00 principal plus $600 interest on a note payable.
  5. Paid an account payable in the amount of $3,150.
  6. Provided $65,300 of services on credit.
  7. Provided $15,400 of services for cash.
  8. Collected $32,800 of accounts receivable.
  9. Paid $10,300 of wages in cash.
  10. Issued common stock for $40,000 cash.

Required:

Using a table like the one below. enter the necessary information for each transaction. Enter the debits before the credits Transaction a is entered as an example.

Chapter 2, Problem 48E, Exercise 2-48 Debit and Credit Effect on Transactions Jefferson Framers engaged in the following

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