Allowance for uncertain accounts, Accounting Basics

An aging of Sernett Company's accounts receivable at the end of 2012 yielded the following information about the lengths of time that the receivables had been outstanding:

 

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The balance in the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts before adjustments was $310.

Based on the preceding information,

a) What should be the balance in the Allowance for uncertain Accounts after the adjusting entry?

b) What is the amount of uncollectible accounts cost that should be reported on the income statement? 

 

 

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