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LumiaFresh : When I click on the icon is says:
Details: Failed to change to directory '/home/emilyy/.wine/dosdevices/c:/users/emilyy/Start Menu/Programs/FrostWire' (No such file or directory)

How do I get it to work again?

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myronstark11 : Easy... Get Utorrent
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reeksorneycle : you should uninstall it/delete it and reinstall it
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NokInsoms : Does anybody know in which financial statements and which accounts are credited/debited when issuing preference shares. And for ordinary shares you only debit share capital/share premium right?

Thanks in advance
*For accrual based accounting
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ArelsPeally : Journal Entries:

For issue of Preference Shares:
............... ...................... ...........

Dr Cash/Bank
Cr Preference Share Capital ... (Will appear on liabilities side of Balance Sheet)


For issue of ordinary shares:
................ ............... .............

Dr Cahs/Bank
Cr Ordinary Shares Capital ..... (Will appear on liabilities side of Balance Sheet)
Cr Share Premium(if any) ........... (Will appear on liabilities side of Balance Sheet)

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GuttwersBeefs : Where can I cash a westren union money made out to myself in Eugene oregon besides speedy cash and ace express??
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xseooneku : what percentage of people could come up with 250k cash if needed. liquidating all assests if needed.. what percentage of people could come up with 250k cash if needed. liquidating all assests if needed.
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Willeke : QUESTION:
A company recorded borrowing $61,000 with a credit to Cash and a debit to Notes Payable. On the same say a $30,000 purchase of stock in another company was recorded with a Debit to cash and a credit to Marketable Securities. The effect on the journal entries is:

ANSWER: Assets and Liabilities are both understated $122,000.

Why is that the answer? How do you calculate that?
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