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I need help to journalize these transactions for accounting. Samantha purchased inventory costing 125,000 and sold 70% of the goods for 162,500 all purchases and sales were on account She later collected 25% of the accounts receivable

Which is the perpetual inventory system inventory, revenues and expenses on financial statements, report gross profits on the appropriate statement.

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  2. closing inventory (under perpetual system): 125,000 x 30% = $37,500 (Income statement and bal sheet)
    Sales Revenue : $162,500 (Income Statement)
    Cost of goods sold (expense):
    125,000 x 70% = $87,500 (Income Statement)
    Gross profit: 162,500 - 87,500= $75,000 (Income statement)
    A/c Payable: $125,000 (Bal Sheet)
    A/c receivable: 162,500 x 75%= $121,875 (bal Sheet)

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