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Identifying permanent accounts Which of the following accounts will usually appear in the post-closing trial balance? A. Accounts Payable B. Accumulated Depreciation C. Cash D. Common Stock E. Dividends F. Depreciation Expense G. Fees Earned H. Office Equipment I. Salaries Expense J. Salaries Payable K. Supplies

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Corporate Financial Accounting

15th Edition
Carl Warren + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337398169
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Corporate Financial Accounting

15th Edition
Carl Warren + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337398169
Chapter 4, Problem 4.17EX
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Identifying permanent accounts

Which of the following accounts will usually appear in the post-closing trial balance?

A. Accounts Payable

B. Accumulated Depreciation

C. Cash

D. Common Stock

E. Dividends

F. Depreciation Expense

G. Fees Earned

H. Office Equipment

I. Salaries Expense

J. Salaries Payable

K. Supplies

To determine

Permanent Accounts

Permanent accounts (real account) are the accounts which occurred during a particular financial year. This account will not closed at the end of the same accounting year, rather their account balances are carried forward to the subsequent accounting year’s balance sheet.

To Identify: Which account will appear in the post-closing trial balance.

Explanation of Solution

Section Accounts appear in post-closing trial balance
A. Accounts payable
B. Accumulated depreciation
C. Cash
D. Common stock
H. Office equipment
J. Salaries payable
K...

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