- Accruing expenses at year-end.
- Selling additional shares of common stock during the year.
- Accruing revenue at year-end.
- Receiving cash from a tenant that is recorded as unearned revenue.
Answer c. Accruing revenue at year-end
Explanation: Accruals are adjustments for income that has been acquired, yet isn’t yet presented on the general ledger accounts. As they are the revenues earned, the shareholders are entitled to such profits.