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Q25E

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Horngren'S Financial And Managerial Accounting
Found in: Page 473

Short Answer

Professional Steam Cleaning performs services on account. When a customer account becomes four months old, Professional converts the account to a note receivable. During 2018, the company completed the following transactions:

2018

Apr.28

Performed service on account for Parkview Club, $18,000.

Sep. 1

Received an $18,000, 60-day, 12% note from Parkview Club in satisfaction of its past-due account receivable.

Oct. 31

Collected the Parkview Club note at maturity

Record the transactions in Professional’s journal. Round to the nearest dollar.

Journal entries are recorded in step 2.

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Step by Step Solution

Step1: Calculation of interest amount

Interest amount is calculated as follows:

Step2: Journal entries

Date

Account and explanation

Debit

Credit

Apr.28

Accounts Receivable - Parkview club

$ 18,000

Service Revenue

$ 18,000

(To record services revenue earned)

Sept 1

Notes Receivable - Parkview club

$ 18,000

Accounts Receivable - Parkview club

$ 18,000

(To record note issued against accounts receivable)

Oct.31

Cash

$18,355

Notes Receivable- Parkview club

$18,000

Interest Revenue

$355

(To record collection of note with interest)

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