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Divisional income statements The following data were summarized from the accounting records for Jersey Coast Construction Company for the year ended June 30, 20Y8: Cost of goods sold: Service department charges: Commercial Division $912,250 Commercial Division $112,560 Residential Division 423,675 Residential Division 67,830 Administrative expenses: Sales: Commercial Division $149,800 Commercial Division $1,354,500 Residential Division 128,625 Residential Division 743,780 Prepare divisional income statements for Jersey Coast Construction Company.

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Chapter 24, Problem 24.2EX
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Divisional income statements

 The following data were summarized from the accounting records for Jersey Coast Construction Company for the year ended June 30, 20Y8:

Cost of goods sold:   Service department charges:  
Commercial Division $912,250 Commercial Division $112,560
Residential Division 423,675 Residential Division 67,830
Administrative expenses:   Sales:  
Commercial Division $149,800 Commercial Division $1,354,500
Residential Division 128,625 Residential Division 743,780

 Prepare divisional income statements for Jersey Coast Construction Company.

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