Since in the question it is mentioned that Alice is not sure about the labor rate that used in the project budget so here the billable rate should be used as it refers to the rate that billed for the amount of work done with respect to the project. It is to be charged upon the number of hours worked
Therefore in the given situation, the correct option is third i.e. billable rates and the same is to be considered
Alter ego theory is the theory that applies to the situation in which owners of a corporation have so mingled their own affairs with those of the corporation that the corporation does not exist as a distinct entity.
The appropriate journal entry for each of these transactions,
Date Journal entry Debit credit
Nov 20 Cash a/c 441
credit card discount 9
To sales revenue 450
Nov 25 Accounts receivable 2800
To sales receivable 2800
Nov 28 Accounts receivable 7200
To sales receivable 7200
Nov 30 Sales return 600
To account for receivable 600
Dec 06 Cash 6468
sales discount 132
To accounts receivable 6600
Dec 30 Cash 2800
To accounts receivable 2800
Examples of transactions are as follows: Paying a provider for offerings rendered or goods introduced. Paying a vendor with cash and a note so one can obtain ownership of assets formerly owned by the seller. Paying an employee for hours worked.
A transaction is a finished settlement between a client and a seller to exchange items, offerings, or monetary property in going back for cash. The term is also commonly utilized in company accounting. In business bookkeeping, this simple definition can get complex.
A cash transaction is the immediate charge of coins for the acquisition of an asset. some market stock transactions are considered cash transactions although the exchange might not settle for some days. A futures agreement isn't always considered a cash transaction.