What Type of Account Is Unearned Revenue?

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Unearned revenue can be placed on many accounts. For example, if a person made a prepayment on a lease agreement, the revenue is a liability until the source has been earned. A person can find out all the unearned revenue accounts at the local library or from a local accountant.
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Unearned revenue is considered to be a liability account. Unearned revenues are payments for services in the future. Adjusting entries are made after each accounting period.
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