Chart of accounts Monet Paints Co. is a newly organized retail business with a list of accounts arranged in alphabetical order, as follows: Accounts Payable Land Accounts Receivable Miscellaneous Administrative Accumulated Depreciation—Office Equipment Expense Accumulated Depreciation—Store Equipment Miscellaneous Selling Expense Advertising Expense Notes Payable Cash Office Equipment Common Stock Office Salaries Expense Cost of Goods Sold Office Supplies Customer Refunds Payable Office Supplies Expense Delivery Expense Prepaid Insurance Depreciation Expense—Office Equipment Rent Expense Depreciation Expense—Store Equipment Retained Earnings Dividends Salaries Payable Estimated Returns Inventory Sales Insurance Expense Sales Salaries Expense Interest Expense Store Equipment Interest Revenue Store Supplies Inventory Store Supplies Expense Construct a chart of accounts, assigning account numbers and arranging the accounts in balance sheet and income statement order, as illustrated in Exhibit 2. Each account number is three digits: the first digit is to indicate the major classification (1 for assets, and so on); the second digit is to indicate the subclassification (11 for current assets, and so on); and the third digit is to identify the specific account (110 for Cash, 112 for Accounts Receivable, 114 for Inventory, 115 for Estimated Returns Inventory, and so on).

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Chapter 5, Problem 3E
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Chart of accounts

Monet Paints Co. is a newly organized retail business with a list of accounts arranged in alphabetical order, as follows:

Accounts Payable Land
Accounts Receivable Miscellaneous Administrative
Accumulated Depreciation—Office Equipment Expense
Accumulated Depreciation—Store Equipment Miscellaneous Selling Expense
Advertising Expense Notes Payable
Cash Office Equipment
Common Stock Office Salaries Expense
Cost of Goods Sold Office Supplies
Customer Refunds Payable Office Supplies Expense
Delivery Expense Prepaid Insurance
Depreciation Expense—Office Equipment Rent Expense
Depreciation Expense—Store Equipment Retained Earnings
Dividends Salaries Payable
Estimated Returns Inventory Sales
Insurance Expense Sales Salaries Expense
Interest Expense Store Equipment
Interest Revenue Store Supplies
Inventory Store Supplies Expense

Construct a chart of accounts, assigning account numbers and arranging the accounts in balance sheet and income statement order, as illustrated in Exhibit 2. Each account number is three digits: the first digit is to indicate the major classification (1 for assets, and so on); the second digit is to indicate the subclassification (11 for current assets, and so on); and the third digit is to identify the specific account (110 for Cash, 112 for Accounts Receivable, 114 for Inventory, 115 for Estimated Returns Inventory, and so on).

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