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1. Thorughout the month Thundercat provides services to customer for cash for $ 28,600
2. Purchase Pet Supplies on account $ 4100
3. Pay for fliers to be distributed to local residencies to advertise the company's services $ 4,400
|December 8||Advertising Expenses||4400|
4. Pay for Supplies Purchased on December 4
|December 9||Accounts Payable||4100|
5. Issue Additional Shares of Common Stock for cash $ 6200
6. Pay Cash on Accounts Payable $ 7500
|December 16||Accounts Payable||7500|
7. Purchase equipments with cash $ 8900
8. Pay Utilities for December $ 5700
|December 22||Utilities Expenses||5700|
9. Receives Cash from customers for services to be provided next Janaury $ 3500
10. One of Thuder Cat's trainers takes a part time job at the zoo and earns a salary of $ 2400. The zoon and Thuder cat services are seperate companies.
No entry required for this transaction as it is not impacting any of the item in the books of thunder cat
11. Pay employees salaries for the current month $ 8200
|December 30||Salaries Expenses||8200|
12. Pay dividends to stockholders $ 4,200
GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS
PREPAID RENT ACCOUNT
THUDER CAT SERVICES
TRIAL BALANCE AS ON DECEMBER 31, 2021
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