A) How are net realizable receivables calculated? B) Using a 360-day year, find the maturity...

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A) How are net realizable receivables calculated?

B) Using a 360-day year, find the maturity value of a 90-day note for {eq}\$3,500 {/eq} at {eq}8 \% {/eq} annual interest.

C) An 83-day note issued on November 13, 2012, when will it mature?

Accounts Receivable:

When a customer pays with credit the seller typically records an accounts receivable. An account receivable is an asset that will be written off when the customer pays cash on that particular account.

Answer and Explanation:

A) Net receivables are the original account receivable less any allowance for doubtful accounts. An allowance for doubtful account is an amount that...

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