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The post-closing trial balance
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The following selected accounts appear in the adjusted trial balance for Blender Company. Identify the accounts that would be included in the post-closing trial balance.

 

          1.        Accumulated Depreciation                              5.        Supplies

          2.        Depreciation Expense                                     6.        Accounts Payable

          3.        Retained Earnings                                           7.        Service Revenue

          4.        Dividends

 

 




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