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BAF3M Fundementals of Accounting. What is Accounting?. Is a System that. Identifies Records Communicates. Accounting. Relevant Reliable Comparable Consistent. To help users make better decisions.

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what is accounting
What is Accounting?

Is a System that

Identifies

Records

Communicates

Accounting

Relevant

Reliable

Comparable

Consistent

To help users make better decisions

This happens in either a Service Business (UPS) or a Merchandising Business (Walmart).

the accounting cycle
The Accounting Cycle

There are 7 steps in the Accounting Cycle.

  • Journalize (Using the General Journal)
  • Post (To Ledger Accounts – which are also known as T- Accounts)
  • Trial Balance (Can enter on the Worksheet)
  • Adjustments (On the worksheet)
  • Complete the Worksheet
  • Financial Statements (Income Statement then the Balance Sheet)
  • Closing Entries (Closing the Temporary Accounts – Drawings, Revenue, Expenses)

* The Accounting Cycle Handout*

We are going to start here

unit 1 the balance sheet
Unit # 1 – The Balance Sheet
  • Contains 3 headings:
  • Assets = Liabilities + Owner’s Equity
    • Accounting is based off of this equation!
    • You must know it!
  • This tells us the Financial Position of a Company!
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Unit # 1 – The Balance Sheet
  • What are Assets?
    • Anything that a Business (or Person) owns of value.
  • What are Liabilities?
    • Anything that a Business (or Person) owes of value.
  • Therefore:
    • Assets = Owns
    • Liabilities = Owes
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Unit # 1 – The Balance Sheet
  • So what are examples of Assets?
    • Cash ($ in the Bank)
    • Accounts Receivable
      • $ that is owed to you by customers – aka. Your money in someone else's hands
    • Equipment
    • Cars
    • Computers
    • Furniture (Desks, Chairs, Cubicles)
    • Factory
    • Land
  • A business owns these!
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Unit # 1 – The Balance Sheet
  • What about Liabilities?
    • Bank Loan
    • Credit Card Debt
    • Accounts Payable
    • Wages Payable
    • Salaries Payable
    • Mortgage Payable
      • “Payables” are money that you owe to another business (ex. A Supplier)
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Unit # 1 – The Balance Sheet
  • Owner’s Equity
    • Net Worth of a Business (The Difference Between Assets & Liabilities).
    • There is only one Equity Account you need to know (as of now): Capital
    • Recall A = L + OE
      • Therefore: A – L = OE
    • If A > L, the Business has a Positive Net Worth
    • If A < L, the Business has a Negative Net Worth
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Unit # 1 – The Balance Sheet
  • Activity:
  • You will get a card. Your goal is to find out where you belong….Are you an Asset, Liability, or Owner’s Equity?
    • A, L, OE Pictionary
      • You will be put into teams. Each team will get one answer to guess the “drawing” of the card.
      • The Answer will be either:
        • Asset
        • Liability
        • Owner’s Equity
unit 1 the balance sheet turn to page 7
Unit # 1 – The Balance SheetTurn to Page 7
  • Step 1 – Prepare Headings
      • Line 1 – Who?
      • Line 2 – What?
      • Line 3 – When?
  • Step 2 – List Assets on Left Side
    • Put Assets in order of Liquidity
  • Liquidity means how fast the assets can be converted into cash.
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Unit # 1 – The Balance Sheet
  • Step 3 - List Liabilities on Right Hand Side
    • Put Liabilities in order of Maturity
  • Maturity means that the bills (or accounts) that are due first, are listed first.
  • Step 4 – List Owner’s Equity on Right Hand Side
  • Step 5 – Make sure that your Assets (Left Hand Side) and your Liabilities & Owner’s Equity (Right Hand Side) balance.
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Liquidity Order

Cash: Most Liquid

Accounts Receivable: Paid within 30 Days

Land, Building, Equipment: Longest life remaining listed first

Maturity Order

Accounts Payable: Due within 30 Days

Bank Loan: Usually 1-5 Years

Mortgage: Usually 25 Years

Unit # 1 -The Balance Sheet
users of the balance sheet
Users of the Balance Sheet
  • Owners – Indicates the owners claim on the business assets. Comparing Balance Sheets at different points in time will show whether the financial position is improving
  • Creditors – Companies considering extending money are interested in the liquid assets available to meet payments as well as the claims on assets
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Users of the Balance Sheet
  • Investors – The Financial position of a business is one of the main factors investors consider when deciding whether or not to invest in a business. They want to protect their investment and are interested in the same information as the creditors.
  • Government – Government departments need information for policy decision making, statistical reports, and taxation.
balance sheet order game
Balance Sheet Order Game
  • You will receive one card.
  • You must rearrange yourselves in the correct Balance Sheet order starting from the “Titles”, to Assets, to Liabilities, and finally to Owner’s Equity
gaap s
GAAP’s
  • GAAP stands for Generally Accepted Accounting Principle.
  • There are many GAAP’s and will we cover each of them as they come up throughout the semester.
  • So far we have covered two.
    • The Business Entity Principle
    • The Cost Principle
gaap s so far
GAAP’s so far….
  • Business Entity Principle
    • The accounting for a business or organization is kept separate from the personal affairs of its owner, other business or organization.
  • Cost Principle
    • Items are recorded in the books at the historical cost paid by the purchaser, and do not change from their original value.