A highly simplified alphabetical list of trial balance accounts and their normal balances for the month ended March 31, 2014, follows.
Accounts Payable 8
Accounts Receivable 14
Accumulated Depreciation—Office Equipment 2
K. Pollard, Capital 24
K. Pollard, Withdrawals 12
Office Equipment 16
Prepaid Insurance 4
Service Revenue 46
Unearned Revenues 6
Utilities Expense 4
Wages Expense 20
1. Prepare a work sheet, entering the trial balance accounts in the order in which they would normally appear and entering the balances in the correct debit or credit column.
2. Complete the work sheet using the following information: expired insurance, $2; estimated depreciation on office equipment, $2; accrued wages, $2; and unused supplies on hand, $2. In addition, $4 of the unearned revenues balance had been earned by the end of the month.
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