ACC 291 Week 1 Apply: Connect Assignment

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ACC 291 Week 1 Apply: Connect Assignment
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Exceptional Electronics began operations September 1, 2019. The firm sells its merchandise for cash and on open account. Sales are subject to a 7 percent sales tax. During September, Exceptional Electronics engaged in the following transactions:

 

DATE
TRANSACTIONS
2019
 
Sept.
1
Sold a high-definition television set on credit to Candy Cho; issued Sales Slip 101 for $1,600 plus sales tax of $112.
 
3
Sold stereo equipment on credit to Jim Peterson; issued Sales Slip 102 for $800 plus sales tax of $56.
 
7
Sold a microwave oven on credit to Bridgette Huffman; issued Sales Slip 103 for $400 plus sales tax of $28.
 
12
Accepted return of defective stereo equipment from Jim Peterson; issued Credit Memorandum 101 for $200 plus sales tax of $14. The stereo equipment was sold on September 3.
 
15
Recorded cash sales for the period from September 1 to September 15 of $10,000 plus sales tax of $700.
 
16
Sold a gas dryer on credit to Kathy Sundstrand; issued Sales Slip 104 for $700 plus sales tax of $49.
 
17
Sold a home entertainment system on credit to Mark Navalta; issued Sales Slip 105 for $1,600 plus sales tax of $112.
 
18
Received $620 from Candy Cho on account.
 
20
Received payment in full from Jim Peterson for the sale of September 3, less the return of September 12.
 
25
Gave Mark Navalta an allowance because of scratches on his home entertainment system sold on September 17, Sales Slip 105; issued Credit Memorandum 102 for $300 plus sales tax of $21.
 
27
Received payment in full from Bridgette Huffman for the sale of September 7.
 
29
Sold a dishwasher on credit to Mark Navalta; issued Sales Slip 106 for $500 plus sales tax of $35.
 
30
Recorded cash sales for the period from September 16 to September 30 of $10,300 plus sales tax of $721.


Required:
Record the transactions in a general journal.

Analyze:
What portion of the sales during September were for entertainment items? Assume the cash sales transactions are for non-entertainment items. (Hint: Do not forget to reduce sales by any sales returns or allowances.)

 

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Exceptional Electronics began operations September 1, 2019. The firm sells its merchandise for cash and on open account. Sales are subject to a 7 percent sales tax. During September, Exceptional Electronics engaged in the following transactions.

  

DATE
TRANSACTIONS
2019
 
Sept.
1
 
Sold a high-definition television set on credit to Candy Cho; issued Sales Slip 101 for $3,200 plus sales tax of $224.
 
3
 
Sold stereo equipment on credit to Jim Peterson; issued Sales Slip 102 for $1,000 plus sales tax of $70.
 
7
 
Sold a microwave oven on credit to Bridgette Huffman; issued Sales Slip 103 for $400 plus sales tax of $28.
 
12
 
Accepted return of defective stereo equipment from Jim Peterson; issued Credit Memorandum 101 for $200 plus sales tax of $14. The stereo equipment was sold on September 3.
 
15
 
Recorded cash sales for the period from September 1 to September 15 of $9,000 plus sales tax of $630.
 
16
 
Sold a gas dryer on credit to Kathy Sundstrand; issued Sales Slip 104 for $700 plus sales tax of $49.
 
17
 
Sold a home entertainment system on credit to Mark Navalta; issued Sales Slip 105 for $2,200 plus sales tax of $154.
 
18
 
Received $780 from Candy Cho on account.
 
20
 
Received payment in full from Jim Peterson for the sale of September 3, less the return of September 12.
 
25
 
Gave Mark Navalta an allowance because of scratches on his home entertainment system sold on September 17, Sales Slip 105; issued Credit Memorandum 102 for $100 plus sales tax of $7
 
27
 
Received payment in full from Bridgette Huffman for the sale of September 7
 
29
 
Sold a dishwasher on credit to Mark Navalta; issued Sales Slip 106 for $500 plus sales tax of $35.
 
30
 
Recorded cash sales for the period from September 16 to September 30 of $11,900 plus sales tax of $833.
  

GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS
 

 
 
 
 
 
101
Cash
 
401
Sales
111
Accounts Receivable
 
421
Sales Returns and Allowances
221
Sales Tax Payable
 
 
 

 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE LEDGER ACCOUNTS

Candy Cho
 
Jim Peterson
 
Bridgette Huffman
 
Kathy Sundstrand
 
Mark Navalta
 
 
 


Required:

2.     Post the entries from the general journal into the appropriate accounts in the general ledger and in the accounts receivable ledger.

3.     Prepare a schedule of accounts receivable.


Analyze:
What is the amount of sales tax owed at September 30, 2019?
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