Give the journal entry to correct scranton''s books , Accounting Basics

On 11/1/05 the Scranton Electric Company issued a check in the amount of $36,000 to the Fly By Night Insurance Company. The amount represented the total premiums on a liability insurance policy for the next three years. The entire $36,000 was recorded as an expense by Scranton when the payment was made. When Scranton's fiscal; year ended on 12/31/05, no additional entries had been made regarding the insurance payment. Explain why Scranton's books are incorrect as of 12/31/05 and give the journal entry to correct Scranton's books at that date.

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