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ADJUSTMENTS AND WORK SHEET SHOWING NET INCOME Louie Long started a business called Louie’s Lawn Service. The trial balance as of March 31, after the first month of operation, is as follows: REQUIRED 1. Analyze the following adjustments and enter them on a work sheet. (a) Ending supplies inventory as of March 31, $165. (b) Insurance expired (used), $100. (c) Depreciation of lawn equipment, $200. (d) Wages earned but not paid as of March 31, $180. 2. Complete the work sheet.

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ISBN: 9781337794756

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ADJUSTMENTS AND WORK SHEET SHOWING NET INCOME Louie Long started a business called Louie’s Lawn Service. The trial balance as of March 31, after the first month of operation, is as follows:

Chapter 5, Problem 14SPB, ADJUSTMENTS AND WORK SHEET SHOWING NET INCOME Louie Long started a business called Louies Lawn

REQUIRED

  1. 1. Analyze the following adjustments and enter them on a work sheet.
    1. (a) Ending supplies inventory as of March 31, $165.
    2. (b) Insurance expired (used), $100.
    3. (c) Depreciation of lawn equipment, $200.
    4. (d) Wages earned but not paid as of March 31, $180.
  2. 2. Complete the work sheet.

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