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J.J. Technology Company, which operates a chain of 30 electronic supply stores, has just completed its fourth year of operations

J.J. Technology Company, which operates a chain of 30 electronic supply stores, has just completed its fourth year of operations
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J.J. Technology Company, which operates a chain of 30 electronic supply stores, has just completed its fourth year of operations. The direct write-off method of recording bad debt expense has been used during the entire period. Because of substantial increases in sales volume and the amount of uncollectible accounts, the firm is considering changing to the allowance method. Information is requested as to the effect that an annual provision of ½% of sales would have had on the amount of bad debt expenses reported for each of the past four years. It is also considered desirable to know what the balance of allowance for Doubtful Accounts would have been at the end of each year. The following data have been obtained from the accounts: Instructions: 1. Assemble the desired data, using the following column headings: 2. Experience during the first four years of operations indicated that the receivable were either collected within two years or had to be written off as uncollectible. Does the estimate of ½% of sales appear to be reasonable close to the actual experience with uncollectible accounts originating during the first two years? Explain NOTE: This question is NOT our property; we are only suggesting solution of this question.

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