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Business, 21.06.2019 21:00 JuanTorres7

On january 1, 2018, red flash photography had the following balances: cash, $19,000; supplies, $8,700; land, $67,000; deferred revenue, $5,700; common stock $57,000; and retained earnings, $32,000. during 2018, the company had the following transactions: 1. february 15 issue additional shares of common stock, $27,000. 2. may 20 provide services to customers for cash, $42,000, and on account, $37,000. 3. august 31 pay salaries to employees for work in 2018, $30,000. 4. october 1 purchase rental space for one year, $19,000. 5. november 17 purchase supplies on account, $29,000. 6. december 30 pay dividends, $2,700. the following information is available on december 31, 2018: 1. employees are owed an additional $4,700 in salaries. 2. three months of the rental space has expired. 3. supplies of $5,700 remain on hand. 4. all of the services associated with the beginning deferred revenue have been performed. required: 1. record the transactions that occurred during the year.2. record the adjusting entries at the end of the year.3. prepare an adjusted trial balance.4. prepare an income statement, statement of stockholders’ equity, and classified balance sheet.5. prepare closing entries.

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