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Compute the amount of the cost of goods sold in year
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Question - Boston bait shop uses a periodic inventory system. At December 31, year 2, the accounting records include the following information:

Inventory (as of December 31, year 1) $2,800

net sales 79,600

purchases 30,200

A complete physical inventory taken at december 31, year 2, indicates merchandise costing $3,000 remains in stock.

a. How were the amounts of beginning and ending inventory determined?

b. Compute the amount of the cost of goods sold in year 2.

d. Prepare a partial income statement showing the shop's gross profit for the year.

e. Describe why a company such as boston bait shop would use a periodic inventory system rather than a perpetual inventory system.




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