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How much time needs to pass for an A/R account to be considered delinquent? 

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In a general sense, "cash flow" can be said to equal

A) operating income less taxes B) operating income after taxes minus depreciation
C) operating income less taxes plus depreciation D) operating income before depreciation and taxes plus depreciation
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) operating income after taxes minus depreciation

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The journal entry to record a credit sale is

A) Accounts Receivable B) Accounts Payable
C) Both A & B D) None of the above
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Accounts Receivable

Explanation:

The journal entry to record a credit sale is Accounts Receivable. Credit sale is nothing butthe customers pay at the time of buying.

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Which of the following is not economic investment?

A) the piling up of inventories on a grocer's shelf B) the purchase of a drill press by the Ajax Manufacturing Company
C) construction of a suburban housing project D) the purchase of 100 shares of AT&T by a retired business executive
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) the purchase of 100 shares of AT&T by a retired business executive

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Bad debt expense is reported on the income statement as

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Bad debts expense often refers to the loss that a company experiences because it sold goods or provided services and did not require immediate payment. The loss occurs when the customer does not pay the amount owed. In other words, bad debts expense is related to a company's current asset accounts receivable.


 


You have already recorded the Rs. 100 in your accounts receivable, and you need to eliminate that amount. As you use double-entry accounting, you must record a Rs. 100 credit to your accounts receivable and a Rs. 100 debit to your allowance for doubtful accounts or your bad debts expense column.

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Invoice is an example of

A) Accounts Receivable B) Accounts Payable
C) Both A & B D) None of the above
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Accounts Receivable

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What type of account is accounts receivable?

A) Asset B) Liability
C) Expense D) Equity
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Asset

Explanation:

Accounts receivable is listed as a current asset in the balance sheet, since it is usually convertible into cash in less than one year as it is the amount owed by the customer to the seller.

 

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when a purchase on account is made the invoice becomes

A) debt B) credit
C) both A & B D) None of the above
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) debt

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The principle of diversification tells us that

A) spreading an investment across many diverse assets will eliminate some of the total risk B) concentrating an investment in two or three large stocks will eliminate all of the unsystematic risk
C) spreading an investment across five diverse companies will not lower the total risk D) concentrating an investment in three companies all within the same industry will greatly reduce the systematic risk
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) spreading an investment across many diverse assets will eliminate some of the total risk

Explanation:

The principle of diversification tells us that spreading an investment across many diverse assets will eliminate some of the total risk.

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