Stock investment transactions On September 12, 2,000 shares of Aspen Company were acquired at a price of $50 per share plus a $201) brokerage commission. On October 15, a $0.50-per-sharc dividend was received on the Aspen stock. On November 10, 1,200 shares of the Aspen stock were void for $42 per share less a $150 brokerage commission. Journalize the entries to record the original purchase, the dividend, and the sale under the cost method.

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Corporate Financial Accounting

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ISBN: 9781305653535
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14th Edition
Carl Warren + 2 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305653535

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Stock investment transactions

On September 12, 2,000 shares of Aspen Company were acquired at a price of $50 per share plus a $201) brokerage commission. On October 15, a $0.50-per-sharc dividend was received on the Aspen stock. On November 10, 1,200 shares of the Aspen stock were void for $42 per share less a $150 brokerage commission. Journalize the entries to record the original purchase, the dividend, and the sale under the cost method.

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