Correct! The fee is 4% times $6,000, or $240. Kerrison will receive the difference between the face amount of the receivables and the fee, or $5,760. The journal entry includes a debit to cash for $5,760, a debit to Service Charge Expense for $240, and credit to sales for $6,000.  	  Kerrison Company sold $6,000 of merchandise to customers who charged their purchases with a bank credit card. Kerrison's bank charges it a 4% fee. Which one of the following is part of the journal entry to record | eBooks | Education

Correct! The fee is 4% times $6,000, or $240. Kerrison will receive the difference between the face amount of the receivables and the fee, or $5,760. The journal entry includes a debit to cash for $5,...

Correct! The fee is 4% times $6,000, or $240. Kerrison will receive the difference between the face amount of the receivables and the fee, or $5,760. The journal entry includes a debit to cash for $5,... PLDZ-5982 Free
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Correct! The fee is 4% times $6,000, or $240. Kerrison will receive the difference between the face amount of the receivables and the fee, or $5,760. The journal entry includes a debit to cash for $5,760, a debit to Service Charge Expense for $240, and credit to sales for $6,000.

 

 

Kerrison Company sold $6,000 of merchandise to customers who charged their purchases with a bank credit card. Kerrison's bank charges it a 4% fee. Which one of the following is part of the journal entry to record the credit card sales?

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Debit to Cash for $5,760

 

Debit to Cash for $6,000

 

Credit to Sales Revenue for $5,760

 

Credit to Service Charge Expense for $240

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Correct! The fee is 4% times $6,000, or $240. Kerrison will receive the difference between the face amount of the receivables and the fee, or $5,760. The journal entry includes a debit to cash for $5,760, a debit to Service Charge Expense for $240, a
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