Debit Balance in Sales Account

by Georgia Banton

What does it mean when there is a debit balance in a sales control account?

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debit balance in sale ledger control account
by: NLHt

It is because its account is the total receivable account from customers.

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This was really helpful and straight to the point. Could not find the exact answer anywhere.

debit balance on sales accounts
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It means there is a gross loss on sales

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debtor account method in bookkeeping

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