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Bonnie and Clyde were notorious outlaws during the early 1930s in the Midwestern USA, known for their recklessness and apparent romantic relationship. Please answer the following questions (1 page minimum).

Why do you think Bonnie and Clyde were able to continue their criminal activity for so long without being stopped?

If you were a law enforcement agency, how would you have stopped Bonnie and Clyde?

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Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie and Clyde were notorious outlaws during the early 1930s in the Midwestern USA, known for their recklessness and apparent romantic relationship. Please answer the following questions (1 page minimum).
Why do you think Bonnie and Clyde were able to continue their criminal activity for so long without being stopped?
If you were a law enforcement agency, how would you have stopped Bonnie and Clyde?

This is a very good question! As you know, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were two gangster-type robbers that lead police on a crime spree for two years from 1932-1934). "It was during the Great Depression that Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow went on their two-year crime spree ...

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At year end, Bonnie Company has accounts receivable of $112,000. The allowance for uncollectible accounts has a balance prior to adjustment of $(400). In other words, there were fewer specific write-offs than estimated, leaving an excess in the allowance account. Net credit sales for the year were $315,000 and 3% is estimated to be uncollectible.

At year end, Clyde Company has accounts receivable of $220,000. The allowance for uncollectible accounts has a balance prior to adjustment of $200. In other words, more specific accounts were written off than estimated, so the allowance was short by $200. Net credit sales for the year were $1,525,000 and 1% is estimated to be collectible.

For each situation compute the following:

1. The bad debts expense for the year
2. The balance in the allowance for uncollectible accounts account at year end
3. The net realizable value of accounts receivable at year end
4. Assuming Bonnie Company had an accounts receivable (net) balance of $105,000 at the beginning of the year, what is Bonnie's accounts receivable turnover ratio for the year?
5. Assuming Clyde company had an accounts receivable (net) balance of $226,000 at the beginning of the year, what is Clydes accounts receivable turnover ratio for the year?

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