Queta Johnson is about to open a new business – Chocolate Nirvana. It will be a small chocolate specialties store. She plans on selling a limited number of hand-made molded candies, some of which are holiday specific and others that are of a more generic nature, as well as carrying a line of top-end candy bars. The majority of her sales will come from walk-in customers which will all be on a cash only basis. In addition, she will also sell direct to two local businesses, on account, with terms 1/10,n/30. She anticipates working full-time at the store and needing the help of four part-time employees. She uses a perpetual FIFO (First-in, First-Out) method to account for her inventory. So, every time you record a sale of merchandise, whether on account (Sales Journal) or for cash (Cash Receipts), you must also figure out the cost of the goods (determined from recording it in the merchandise inventory sheets and applying FIFO).