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Tutor profile: Caron V.

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Caron V.
Finance Director for 6 years, with over 20 years accounting experience
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Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

You mow the front lawn for your next door neighbor who pays you $10. The neighbor across the street will pay you 2 times more than your next door neighbor. How do you find out the answer?

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Caron V.
Answer:

$10 x 2 = $20

Subject: English

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Briefly explain and write a sentence to distinguish there, their and they're.

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Answer:

There describes a place. The park is over there. Their describes ownership. Their car is red. They're is a contraction of they are or they were. They're going to the mall.

Subject: Accounting

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What is the difference between accrual and cash basis accounting?

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Answer:

Accrual basis accounting recognizes revenue when billed; debit Accounts Receivable, credit Revenue; and expenses when incurred; debit Expense, credit Accounts Payable. Cash basis accounting recognizes revenue when cash is received; debit Cash, Credit Revenue; and expenses when paid; debit Expense, credit Cash.

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