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After making four quarterly estimated payments of $3,500, a corporation's actual income tax liability for the year is $17,200. The year-end adjusting entry would require (Points : 3) a debit
to Income Tax Payable for $3,200. a debit to Cash for $3,200. a credit to Cash for $3,200. a debit to Income Tax Expense for $3,200.
After making 4 quarterly estimated payments of $3,500 each, a corporation's actual income tax liability.
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User: After making four quarterly estimated payments of $3,500, a corporation's actual income tax liability for the year is $17,200. The year-end adjusting entry would require (Points : 3) a debit to Income Tax Payable for $3,200. a debit to Cash for $3,200. a credit to Cash for $3,200. a debit to Income Tax Expense for $3,200.

Weegy: After making 4 quarterly estimated payments of $3,500 each, a corporation's actual income tax liability.
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