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Entries for bad debt expense under the direct write-off and allowance methods Casebolt Company wrote off the following accounts receivable as uncollectible for the first year of its operations ending December 31: Customer Amount Shawn Brooke $ 4,650 Eve Denton 5,180 Art Malloy 11,050 Cassie Yost 9,120 Total $30,000 a. Journalize the write-offs under the direct write-off method. b. Journalize the write-offs under the allowance method. Also, journalize the adjusting entry for uncollectible accounts. The company recorded $5,250,000 of credit sales during the year. Based on past history and industry averages, ¾% of credit sales are expected to be uncollectible. c. How much higher (lower) would Casebolt Company’s net income have been under the direct write-off method than under the allowance method?

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Chapter 9, Problem 9.17EX
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Entries for bad debt expense under the direct write-off and allowance methods

Casebolt Company wrote off the following accounts receivable as uncollectible for the first year of its operations ending December 31:

Customer Amount
Shawn Brooke $ 4,650
Eve Denton 5,180
Art Malloy 11,050
Cassie Yost 9,120
Total $30,000
  1. a. Journalize the write-offs under the direct write-off method.
  2. b. Journalize the write-offs under the allowance method. Also, journalize the adjusting entry for uncollectible accounts. The company recorded $5,250,000 of credit sales during the year. Based on past history and industry averages, ¾% of credit sales are expected to be uncollectible.
  3. c. How much higher (lower) would Casebolt Company’s net income have been under the direct write-off method than under the allowance method?

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