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A review of the financials of McDonald's and Burger King.
From the Paper:"Under its assets, McDonald's has cash receivables, outstanding inventory and prepaid expenses which are considered assets because they entitle the organization to a benefit in the future, be it prepaid insurance or prepaid advertising. Cash receivables inventory and prepaid expenses are considered current assets because they are most easily convertible into cash. If a customer fails to pay off his account receivable, McDonald's may have to debit their Bad Debt expense account and correspondingly bring down the credit in Accounts receivable..."
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