The synoptic journal for Dr. Wheeler has the following headings with appropriate columns
The synoptic journal for Dr. Wheeler has the following headings with appropriate columns for recording debits and credits Cash, Explanation, Sundry, Professional Fees, Supplies Expense.
The following is a partial chart of accounts of Dr. Wheeler:
111Cash 411Professional Fees
121Dental Equipment 511Rent Expense
312Wheeler, Withdrawals 515Telephone Expense
Indicate, in the spaces provided below, the account numbers and the debit and credit amounts for the following transactions applying the modified cash-basis.
Account AmountAccount Amount
___511_____$3_____111______$3___ 0. Paid office rent $3
________________________________ a. Paid telephone bill $1
________________________________ b. Personal withdrawals $2
________________________________ c. Paid cash for dental supplies $2
________________________________ d. Cash receipts from patients $9
________________________________ e. Paid cash for dental equipment $4
________________________________ f. Earned $10 on account
24) Why would a dental practice probably find it more practical to use a synoptic journal instead of special journals?
25) Why are long-lived assets treated the same under both the cash and accrual methods?