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Withdrawals in a sole proprietorship or partnership are equivalent to which of the following in a corporation? (Points : 3) net income dividends salaries retained
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When two or more individuals engage in an enterprise as co-owners, the organization is known as a partnership. This form of organization is popular among personal service enterprises, as well as in the legal and public accounting professions. [ The important features of and accounting procedures for partnerships are discussed and illustrated below. ]
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Weegy: When two or more individuals engage in an enterprise as co-owners, the organization is known as a partnership. This form of organization is popular among personal service enterprises, as well as in the legal and public accounting professions. [ The important features of and accounting procedures for partnerships are discussed and illustrated below. ]
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