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Cornerstones of Financial Accounting
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The Accounting Information System. 67.3C

Accounts receivable is an account associated with the debtors to whom goods were sold on credit and cash is yet to be collected from them. Afterwards when the cash are collected from these debtors, the cash account is debited and accounts receivable is credited. Prepare the journal entry to recording of credit sales and collection of cash for the December 31, 2016 of Under Armour and Columbia Sportswear.

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Chapter 2, Problem 67.3C
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Accounts receivable is an account associated with the debtors to whom goods were sold on credit and cash is yet to be collected from them. Afterwards when the cash are collected from these debtors, the cash account is debited and accounts receivable is credited.

Prepare the journal entry to recording of credit sales and collection of cash for the December 31, 2016 of Under Armour and Columbia Sportswear.

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