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For Salary Payable, the category of account and its normal balance are: Liabilities and a credit balance. Assets and a credit balance. Assets and a debit balance.
Owner's equity and a credit balance.
Liabilties due to the fact that payroll is an expense. Asset balance until it is converted from Salaries Payable to Salaries Expense
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User: For Salary Payable, the category of account and its normal balance are: Liabilities and a credit balance. Assets and a credit balance. Assets and a debit balance. Owner's equity and a credit balance.





Weegy: Liabilties due to the fact that payroll is an expense. Asset balance until it is converted from Salaries Payable to Salaries Expense
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User: is an equipment an asset

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