Quiz 39: Trial Balance Debit and Credit Quiz

Trial Balance Debit and Credit Quiz

Test your knowledge of mdct.ru and accounting with our trial balance debit and credit quiz.

This quiz tests if you know whether an account is normally on the debit side or the credit side of the trial balance. If you need a refresher course on this topic take a look at our Bookkeeping Basics Tutorials.

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1. Which side of the trial balance is the Capital account normally shown?
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2. Which side of the trial balance is the Equipment account normally shown?
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3. Which side of the trial balance is the Accounts Payable account normally shown?
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4. Which side of the trial balance is the Accounts Receivable account normally shown?
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5. Which side of the trial balance is the Purchases account normally shown?
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6.Which side of the trial balance is the Revenue account normally shown?
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7. Which side of the trial balance is the Stationary Expense account normally shown?
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8. Which side of the trial balance is the Wages Expense account normally shown?
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9. Which side of the trial balance is the Withdrawals account normally shown?
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10. Which side of the trial balance is the Discount Received account normally shown?
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