Journalize the following merchandising transactions for CSI Systems assuming it uses (a) a periodic
Inventory system and (b) a perpetual inventory system.
1. On November 1, CSI Systems purchases merchandise for $1,400 on credit with terms of 25,
n30, FOB shipping point; invoice dated November 1.
2. On November 5, CSI Systems pays cash for the November 1 purchase.
3. On November 7, CSI Systems discovers and returns $100 of defective merchandise purchased on
November 1 for a cash refund.
4. On November 10, CSI Systems pays $80 cash for transportation costs with the November 1 purchase.
5. On November 13, CSI Systems sells merchandise for $1,500 on credit. The cost of the merchandise
Is $750.
6. On November 16, the customer returns merchandise from the November 13 transaction. The returned
Items sell for $200 and cost $100.

For my answer I have
(a) a periodic inventory system

1. On November 1, CSI Systems purchases merchandise for $1,400 on credit with terms of 2/5, n/30, FOB shipping point; invoice dated November 1
Dr Purchases $1,400
Cr Accounts payable $1,400

2. On November 5, CSI Systems pays cash for the November 1 purchase
Dr Accounts payable $1,400
Cr Purchase discounts $28
Cr Cash $1,372

3. On November 7, CSI Systems discovers and returns $100 of defective merchandise purchased on November 1 for a cash refund
Dr Cash $98
Dr Purchase discounts $2
Cr Purchases $100

4. On November 10, CSI Systems pays $80 cash for transportation costs with the November 1 purchase
Dr Freight-in $80
Cr Cash $80

5. On November 13, CSI Systems sells merchandise for $1,500 on credit. The cost of the merchandise is $750
Dr Accounts receivable $1,500
Cr Sales $1,500

6. On November 16, the customer returns merchandise from the November 13 transaction. The returned items sell for $200 and cost $100
Dr Sales returns & allowances $200
Cr Accounts receivable $200

(b) a perpetual inventory system

1. On November 1, CSI Systems purchases merchandise for $1,400 on credit with terms of 2/5, n/30, FOB shipping point; invoice dated November 1
Dr Merchandise inventory $1,400
Cr Accounts payable $1,400

2. On November 5, CSI Systems pays cash for the November 1 purchase
Dr Accounts payable $1,400
Cr Merchandise inventory $28
Cr Cash $1,372

3. On November 7, CSI Systems discovers and returns $100 of defective merchandise purchased on November 1 for a cash refund
Dr Cash $98
Cr Merchandise inventory $100

4. On November 10, CSI Systems pays $80 cash for transportation costs with the November 1 purchase
Dr Merchandise inventory $80
Cr Cash $80

5. On November 13, CSI Systems sells merchandise for $1,500 on credit. The cost of the merchandise is $750
Dr Accounts receivable $1,500
Cr Sales $1,500

Dr COGS $750
Cr Merchandise inventory $750

6. On November 16, the customer returns merchandise from the November 13 transaction. The returned items sell for $200 and cost $100
Dr Sales returns & allowances $200
Cr Accounts receivable $200

Dr Merchandise inventory $100
Cr COGS $100