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Using the EOM, ROG, and Extra dating methods, calculate the discount date and the net date for the following transactions. Unless otherwise specified, the net date is 20 days after the discount date.

Date of Invoice Terms of Sale Discount Date Net Date
20. October 26 2/10. ROG
Rec’d Nov. 27

To determine

To calculate: The discount date and net date if date of invoice is October 26 and terms of sale is 2/10,ROG Rec’d Nov.27.

Explanation

Given Information:

The date of invoice is October 26 and terms of sale is 2/10,ROG Rec’d Nov.27.

Calculation:

Consider that the date of invoice is October 26, discount date period starts on November 27 and terms of sale is 2% of cash discount that will be offered, if the invoice is paid within 10 days.

As, the discount date is computed through ROG (receipt of goods dating) means that the terms of sale start at the day goods are received.

Thus, the discount period starts on November 27, the date the good arrives

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