Journal Entires

Hey I am having difficulty doing the journal entries throughout textbook so far. My class for Sage 50 Accounting 2020 has just started and we are on chapter 3, but me myself am having trouble due to not remembering much about accounts and what to debit and credit. What I am seeking is a way for me to practice these journal entries to get a better understanding or to get some sort of review to help me insure these entries are correct. I have been in accounting before but was quite a while ago so if anyone can help me master journal entries and help my accounting life get easier I am all ears thank you!!

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