3 Column Cash Book Transaction, Financial Accounting

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Balance brought forward :
Cash in Hand : $5000
Cash at Bank : $ 90,000
March 2 Received Cash loan of $25 ,000 from Partners .
March 3Bought goods of $156,000
March 4Bought Motor Van paying by check $1,600
March 5 Cash Withdrawn from the bank $25,000
March 7 Paid Wages in Cash $16,000
March 8 Cash Drawings $10,000
March 10 Cash Sales paid directly into the bank $28,000
March 12 We paid the following Accounts by Check less 10% discount in each case:
Marshal : $2,000: Linda : $1,600
Theresa : $1,800
March 13 The following paid us thier Accounts by Check in each case deducting 2.5% Discount
Jerry : $980
Martins :$450
March 15 Received a futher Loan of $2,500
March 16 We paid Brandy his account of $400 by Check
March 18 Cash Sales $8,000
March 21 Paid Rent in Cash $1,800
March 23 Received Commission By Check $7,500
March 25 The following persons paid us thier Accounts by check in each Case Deducting 5% Discount :Uson $500 ; David : $4,599
March 26 We paid the following Accounts paid by check in each case deducting 2% Discount
Joseph : $2000 , Tiola : 1,200
March 28 Paid Insurance :$8,900 March29 Linda Paid Us a Check for $ 2,500 Having Deducted 200 for cash Discount.--------------------- -
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