Quiz 58: Books of Prime Entry Quiz

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Books of prime entry are used in bookkeeping to record and summarize details of accounting source documents. By recording details of specific types of transaction (such as credit sales or credit purchases) in one book or journal, a summary posting can be made to the accounting ledgers.

If you need a refresher course on this topic take a look at our special journals tutorial or our bookkeeping basics tutorials for further information.

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It is important to be able to identify which book of prime entry is used to record and summarize a particular type of accounting transaction. Test you knowledge by clicking on an answer to reveal whether its Right! or Wrong

Identify which book of prime entry is used for the transactions which follow.

1. A payment is made to a supplier for goods supplied?
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2. A customer invoice is issued for the sale of goods?
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3. A cash payment is made for postage stamps?
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4. An invoice is received from a supplier for goods and services supplied?
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5. A payment is made to a supplier?
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6. Goods are returned to a supplier?
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7. Cash is received from a customer?
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8. A customer returns goods to the business?
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9. A credit note is received from a supplier?
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10. A debit note is issued to a customer?
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