Precious harper, accounting, Basic Statistics

October Transactions
Date Transaction Description
Oct. 1 Began business by making a deposit in a company bank account of $12,000, in exchange for 1,200 shares of $10 par value common stock.
Oct. 1 Paid the premium on a one-year insurance policy, $1,200.
Oct. 1 Paid the current month''s store rent expense, $1,040.
Oct. 3 Purchased repair equipment from Conklin Company, $4,400. Paid $600 down and the balance was placed on account. Payments will be $200.00 per month for nineteen months. The first payment is due 11/1. Note: Use Accounts Payable for the Balance Due.
Oct. 8 Purchased repair supplies from McKenna Company on credit, $390.
Oct. 12 Paid utility bill for October, $154.
Oct. 16 Cash bicycle repair revenue for the first half of October, $1,362.
Oct. 19 Made payment to McKenna Company, $200.
Oct. 31 Cash bicycle repair revenue for the last half of October, $1,310.
Oct. 31 Declared and paid cash dividend of $800.
Posted Date: 3/13/2012 10:56:02 PM | Location : United States







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