The common stock account reflects the assets that investors have contributed to the business.
If a person wrote a check for $40,000 to start a corporation, the corporation would record $40,000 in its bank account and $40,000 as common stock. The $40,000 represents the ownership interest the investors have in the company as a result of their initial investment.
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