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For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to (Points : 3) sales on account. cash sales. installment sales. layaway sales.
For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to Answer A. sales on account.
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User: For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to

User: For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to (Points : 3) sales on account. cash sales. installment sales. layaway sales.

Weegy: For the merchant, bank credit card sales are treated in a manner similar to Answer A. sales on account.
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User: Which of the following accounts is NOT used to account for merchandise sales transactions? (Points : 3) Sales Sales Tax Payable Sales Returns and Allowances Accounts Payable

Weegy: Please list the options.
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User: Which of the following accounts is NOT used to account for merchandise sales transactions? (Points : 3) 1. Sales 2. Sales Tax Payable 3. Sales Returns and Allowances 4. Accounts Payable

Weegy: What are the options to choose from?
innersource|Points 7405|

User: sales Sales Tax PayableSales Returns and Allowances Accounts Payable

Weegy: Accounts is NOT used to account for merchandise sales transactions is Sales Returns and Allowances.
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User: thank you

Weegy: No problem! If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!
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User: 5. A common approach to keeping a record of each customer's account receivable is to use a subsidiary accounts receivable ledger. (Points : 3)

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The sales account is debited for the selling price of merchandise sold during the period. This is FALSE. The Sales Account is credited for the selling price of merchandise sold during the period.
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