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To assist you in understanding adjusting journal entries, double entry, and debits and .... Accumulated Depreciation - Equipment is a contra asset account and its ...

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Depreciation is usually recorded at the end of the accounting period. This lesson presents the concept of depreciation and how to record depreciation expense .

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Aug 18, 2017 ... The journal entry for depreciation can be a simple entry designed to accommodate all types of fixed assets, or it may be subdivided into ...

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4 How to Adjust an Entry for Unearned Revenue ... Credit Machinery 8,000 This journal entry removes accumulated depreciation and the asset from the books.

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Adjusting entries are journal entries recorded at the end of an accounting period to adjust ... These adjusting entries record non-cash items such as depreciation ...

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If we were writing a journal entry to record depreciation, we would debit Depreciation Expense ... Entries involving depreciation are considered adjusting entries.

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Accounting records that do not include adjusting entries for depreciation expense overstate assets and net income and understate expenses. Nevertheless, most ...

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What year-end adjusting entry is recorded for depreciation of the computer software? Computer .... The journal entry to close the books is as follows: [Debit].