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(Appendix 4A) When a job costing $2,000 is finished but not sold, the following journal entry is made:

Chapter 4, Problem 14MCQ, (Appendix 4A) When a job costing 2,000 is finished but not sold, the following journal entry is , example  1

Chapter 4, Problem 14MCQ, (Appendix 4A) When a job costing 2,000 is finished but not sold, the following journal entry is , example  2

Chapter 4, Problem 14MCQ, (Appendix 4A) When a job costing 2,000 is finished but not sold, the following journal entry is , example  3

Chapter 4, Problem 14MCQ, (Appendix 4A) When a job costing 2,000 is finished but not sold, the following journal entry is , example  4

Chapter 4, Problem 14MCQ, (Appendix 4A) When a job costing 2,000 is finished but not sold, the following journal entry is , example  5

To determine

Identify the correct journal entry made when a job is finished but not sold.

Explanation

Job:

A particular unit or a set of units of production is known as a job. Jobs are used to apply and to trace costs. A separate job cost sheet is prepared for each job. This sheet includes all the costs incurred during the production of a job.

c.

Finished goods are debited and work in process is credited when a job is transferred to the finished goods account because it increases finished goods accounts and decreases work in process account. Therefore, option c is the correct answer.

a...

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