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what do you consider might happen if revenue accounts are not closed? Explain why.
All of these accounts should be closed to Retained Earnings. Revenues increase Retained Earnings, Expenses and Dividends decrease Retained Earnings. [ So if they are not closed, this would happen: revenue accounts are not closed? Explain why. Retained Earnings would be understated for the current accounting period, and Revenues would be overstated for the next period. o expense accounts are
not closed? Explain why. Retained Earnings would be overstated for the current accounting period, and Expenses would be overstated for the next period. o dividends are not closed? Explain why. Retained Earnings would be overstated would be overstated for the current accounting period, and Dividends would be overstated for the next period. ]
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