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Chapter 20, Problem 4RQ
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Describe how to account for organization costs.

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Describe the way in which the organization costs are accounted.

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Organization costs:

The costs incurred for organizing a corporation are known as organizing costs. Some of the examples include attorney’s fees, incorporation fees, and promotion expenses...

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