January Transactions:AmountJanuary 5Natalie teaches a class and collects cash. $

January Transactions:AmountJanuary 5Natalie teaches a class and collects cash. $ 175 January 8Natalie teaches a group of elementary school students how to make 250 cookies. At the end of the class, she leaves an invoice with the principal.January 10Receives cash in advance for cooking classes booked in February. 675 January 15Paid cash to suppliers for amounts due. 600 January 28Additional revenue earned during the month for cookie-making classes 3,000 amounts to $3,500; $3,000 received in cash and $500 still outstanding. 500 January 29Purchased baking supplies with cash. 1,250 January 31Paid assistant’s monthly salary. 800 January 31Natalie withdrew cash. 500 January 31Receives payment for the amount due from the school for the class 250 given January 8.January 31Pays cell phone bill for January service. Natalie uses the cell phone 50 exclusively for her business.prepare the journal entries for the January transactions. Use the drop-down list to select accounts
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