Accounting adjustment, Financial Accounting

In February, one of Team Shirts' best customers went bankrupt owing team shirts $85. Team shirts uses the sales method for estimating bad debts. February sales were $15,000. The accountant has been using 3% of sales as the estimated bad debts percentage. Before adjustment and the write- off, the balance in the allowance for uncollectable accounts was $(100). After the write- off and adjustment, the balance in the allowance for uncollectible accounts should be:

A. $365

B. $450

C. $465

D. $550

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