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The entry to reverse the adjusting entry for accrued payroll taxes expense includes: a debt to Payroll Taxes Expense a debt to Employee Income Tax Payable a credit to Social
Security Tax Payable and a credit to Medicare Tax Payable a debit to to Social Security Tax Payable and a debit to Medicare Tax Payable
The entry to reverse the adjusting entry for accrued payroll taxes expense includes: a debit to Payroll Taxes Expense.
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User: The entry to reverse the adjusting entry for accrued payroll taxes expense includes: a debt to Payroll Taxes Expense a debt to Employee Income Tax Payable a credit to Social Security Tax Payable and a credit to Medicare Tax Payable a debit to to Social Security Tax Payable and a debit to Medicare Tax Payable





Weegy: Adjusting Entries are journal entries that are made at the end of the accounting period, to adjust expenses and revenues etc
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