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Problem: The entry to close the expense accounts includes: A. a debit to Retained Earnings and credits to the respective expense accounts. B. a debit to Dividends and credits to the respective expense accounts. C. debits to the respective expense accounts and a credit to Retained Earnings. D. debits to the respective expense accounts and a credit to Dividends.

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The entry to close the expense accounts includes:

A. a debit to Retained Earnings and credits to the respective expense accounts.

B. a debit to Dividends and credits to the respective expense accounts.

C. debits to the respective expense accounts and a credit to Retained Earnings.

D. debits to the respective expense accounts and a credit to Dividends.

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