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1. Which of the following does not apply to monetary assets? (Points : 1) Very safe High liquidity High return All of these
High return does not apply to monetary assets.
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6. The terms "profit and loss statement" or "operating statement" are sometimes used as synonyms for the balance sheet. (Points : 1) True False
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Updated 2/7/2015 11:07:55 AM
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The terms "profit and loss statement" or "operating statement" are sometimes used as synonyms for the balance sheet. This is FALSE. They are used as synonyms for the income statement.
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5. A business that makes a product to sell is called a manufacturing business. (Points : 1) True False
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A business that makes a product to sell is called a manufacturing business. TRUE.
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13. The capital account (Points : 1) decreases with increased revenue. increases with increased expenses. has a normal balance of a debit. increases when the owner invests money in the business.
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The Capital account increases when the owner invests money in the business.
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16. Examples of revenue accounts include all of the following EXCEPT (Points : 1) Wages. Sales. Delivery Fees. Professional Fees.
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Examples of revenue accounts include all of the following EXCEPT wages.
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18. A debit (Points : 1) is on the left side. decreases assets. increases liabilities. increases owner's equity.
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A debit is on the left side.
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