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This is an example of how to handle a double-entry bookkeeping journal entry when selling a product or service for cash.
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Bookkeeping Entry Example for Discount Cash Sales
This is an example of how to handle a double-entry bookkeeping journal entry when selling a product or service for cash while offering a discount on the sale.
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Example of a Bookkeeping Entry for Selling Inventory for Cash
This is an example of a bookkeeping entry of moving an item from inventory to sell as a product through a cash sale. This type of transaction results in two ...
Bookkeeping Entry Examples for Inventory Transactions
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Duplicate Sweepstakes Entries - Will I Be Disqualified for Entering ...
Recently I came across a one-time entry sweepstake with a great prize. I went ahead and entered it - only to realize that I had entered the same sweep a few ...
What Are Journal Entries and How Do You Make Them?
... their accounting journal in order to record the transaction. There are actually two entries made - one is a debit to the appropriate account and the other is a credit.