Prepare a journal entry for the purchase of office supplies on October 14 for 9,000, paying $1,800 cash and the remainder on account????????? if anyone knows how to do this can you help me out please!!!! (this is accounting  journal entry for asset purchase)
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office supplies 9000
cash 1800
accounts payable 7200 👍
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answered by arif 
office supplies 9000
cash 1800
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