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On July 1, 2011 you purchase and pay $36,000 for a three year insurance policy. How much will your insurance expense be this year and during the following three years under the cash and accrual basis methods? At December 31 of each year, how much will Pre-Paid Insurance be on your Balance Sheet under each method?

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