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Seller Entries under Periodic Inventory Method Glossary: Accounting for a Merchandising Enterprise Exercises: Unit 5 Unit 6: Financial Reporting for a Merchandising Enterprise Adjusting Entries for a Merchandising Company Merchandising Financial Statements Journalizing Closing Entries for a Merchandising Enterprise Impacts of Inventory Errors on Financial Statements Accounting in the Headlines Exercises: Unit 6 Unit 7: Inventory Valuation Methods Merchandise Inventory Inventory Methods for Ending Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold Methods Under a Periodic Inventory System Effects of Choosing Different Inventory Methods Lower of Cost or Market Rule Internal Control Issues and Procedures for Inventory Exercises: Unit 7 Unit 8: Accounting Information Systems Principles of Accounting Systems Special Journals Subsidiary Ledgers and Control Accounts Internal Control and Accounting System Design Accounting in the Headlines Exercises: Unit 8 Unit 9: Cash Internal Control Structure Cash and 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