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A statement of cash flow’s purpose is to A. show the revenue earned. B. show the profits that were generated. C. show the expenses that were incurred. D. show how cash was generated and used during an accounting period.
The purpose of a cash flow statement is to show how cash was generated and used during a period.
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Treasury Stock is which type of account? A. Stockholders’ equity B. Liability C. Asset D. Contra-stockholders’ equity
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Treasury Stock is a Contra-stockholders equity.
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A bond is issued for less than its face value.
Weegy: A bond is issued for less than its face value. TRUE (More)
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A bond issued for less than its face value is a discount bond.
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A $1,000 bond quoted at 104 would sell for
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A $1,000 bond quoted at 104 would sell for 104%*1,000.
104% * 1,000 = 1.04 * 1,0000 = $1.040
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The entry to record the distribution of the stock dividend would include A. a credit to Common Stock. B. a debit to Common Stock Distributable. C. Both a and b D. None of the above
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The entry to record the distribution of the stock dividend would include a debit to Common Stock Distributable.
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In the dividend process, the liability Dividend Payable is recognized on the date of A. declaration. B. record. C. payment. D. stock issue.
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In the dividend process, the liability Dividend Payable is recognized on the date of declaration.
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