Presentation on theme: "Accounting Chapter 10 Review"— Presentation transcript:
1Accounting Chapter 10 Review Journalizing Sales and Cash Receipts Using Special Journals
2A special journal used to record only sales of merchandise on account Sales Journal
3A cash discount on sales taken by a customer. Sales Discount
4The report that summarizes the cash and credit card sales of a point-of-sale terminal Terminal Summary
5A sale in which a credit card is used for the total amount of the sale at the time of the transactionCredit Card Sale
6A special journal used to record only cash receipt transactions Cash receipts journal
7A form prepared by the vendor showing the amount deducted for returns and allowances Credit Memorandum
8Point-of-sale Terminal A computer used to collect, store, and report all the information of a sales transactionPoint-of-sale Terminal
9The process of preparing a batch report of credit card sales from a point-of-sale terminal Batching Out
10Credit allowed a customer for part of the sales price of merchandise that is not returned, resulting in a decrease in the vendor’s accounts receivable.Sales Allowance
11A report of credit card sales produced by a point-of-sale terminal Batch Report
12When cash is received for a sale on account within the discount period, the amount credited to Accounts Receivable is reduced by the amount of the discount.
13Regardless of when merchandise is sold, revenue should be recorded when cash is received.
14Point-of-sale terminals use UPC symbols to obtain the description and price of merchandise sold.
15Because Sales Discount is a contra account to Sales, it has a normal credit balance.
16Purchases and sales of merchandise are the two major activities of a merchandising business.
17Cash is proved when the total of the Cash Debit column of a cash receipts journal equals the next unused check stub.
18A terminal summary reports total cash and credit card sales of a point-of-sale terminal.
19When a customer is granted credit for merchandise returned, Accounts Receivable is debited.
20The amount of sales tax collected is an asset of the business until paid to the state government.
21Using a terminal summary as a source document for weekly cash and credit card sales is an application of the accounting concept.Matching Expenses with RevenueRealization of RevenueObjective EvidenceBusiness Entity
22The amount of cash received for a sale on account of $1,000 The amount of cash received for a sale on account of $1, plus sales tax of $80 when the cash is received within the 2 percent discount period is.
23Sales Returns and Allowances is: A contra expense accountA revenue accountAn expense accountA contra Revenue Account
24Sales invoices should be Prepared in triplicateNumbered in sequenceUsed as source documents for sales on accountAll of the above
25The amount of sales tax on a sale is calculated as the price of goods Plus the sales tax rateMinus the sales tax rateTimes the sales tax rateDivided by the sales tax rate
26For a sale on account of $1,000. 00 plus sales tax of $80 For a sale on account of $1, plus sales tax of $80.00, the amount recorded in the Accounts Receivable Debit column of a sales journal is$1,080.00$80.00$920.00$1,000.00
27When merchandise is sold on account and sales tax is also collected, Sales is debited for the price of the goods.Accounts Receivable is credited for the total sale and sales taxThe accounts receivable account balance is increased.The sales tax is not reported
28Sales discounts are recorded in Cash Receipts JournalSales JournalGeneral JournalBatch Report