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Textbook Problem

NORMAL BALANCE OF ACCOUNT Indicate the normal balance (debit or credit) for each of the following accounts:

  1. 1. Cash
  2. 2. Wages Expense
  3. 3. Accounts Payable
  4. 4. Owner’s Drawing
  5. 5. Supplies
  6. 6. Owner’s Capital
  7. 7. Equipment

To determine

Indicate the normal balance (debit or credit) for each of the given accounts.

Explanation

Normal balance:

Normal balance refers to the excess of amount on one side, over the amount on the other side of an account. The excess amount of debit side over the credit side is shown as the normal debit balance. The excess amount of credit side over the debit side is shown as the normal credit balance.

Types of accountNormal balance
AssetsDebit
LiabilitiesCredit
CapitalCredit
RevenueCredit
ExpenseDebit
DrawingsDebit

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