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Hi. Great Question. You lower the Loan Payable when you pay back the line of credit:
For example, paid $450 as monthly payment on loan:
D/R Loan Payable (principal amount paid)
D/R Interest Expense (interest part of what paid)
I think I know what is missing -
The loan to the shareholders should be:
D/R Receivable (Loan to Shareholder)
C/R Cash (Bank)
When shareholder pays you back:
C/R Receivable (Loan to Shareholder)
Loan to Shareholder ='s Due from Shareholder - both a Receivable account.
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