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  1. Chapter 3Analyzing Transactions into Debit and Credit Parts

  2. T- Account Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity Each account receives a T-Account so that we may analyze the balance of the account

  3. Analyzing the T-Account Left Side Right Side Debit Credit Each account will have its own T-account Cash,Supplies,Pre-paid Insurance

  4. Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity Left Side Right Side Left Side Debit Credit Right Side Debit Credit Normal Bal... Normal Bal... + - - + Cash Supplies Prepaid Insurance

  5. Please work on work together and “ON your own on page 44)

  6. Assets Cash Supplies Prepaid Insurance Accounts Receivable Liabilities Accounts Payable Owners Equity Barbara Trevino, Capital All companies have a sheet of paper that tell you what all of their accounts are it is called – Chart of Accounts

  7. 4 questions you need to ask…. What two accounts does it effect? What types of accounts are they? How is each account balanced changed? How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts?

  8. 1. Received cash from owner as an investment $10,000 What two accounts does it effect? Cash Barbara Trevino, Capital What types of accounts are they? Asset Owners Equity How is each account balanced changed? Cash Increased Barbara Trevino, Capital increase How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  9. 4 questions you need to ask…. What two accounts does it effect? What types of accounts are they? How is each account balanced changed? How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts?

  10. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Received Cash from Owner 10,000 Cash Barbara Trevino, Capital Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal... Normal Bal... + - - + 10,000 10,000 So we say for this transaction we Debit Cash, Credit Capital

  11. Two major rules we must remember……... • Accounting Equation - Do our assets = our liabilities + our owners Equity???? • Do our debits = our credits???

  12. 1. Paid cash for supplies $1,577 What two accounts does it effect? Cash Supplies What types of accounts are they? Asset How is each account balanced changed? Cash Decreases Supplies increase How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  13. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Paid Cash for supplies 1,577 Cash Supplies Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal... Normal Bal.... + - + - 1,577 1,577 So we say for this transaction we Credit cash, Debit Supplies

  14. 1. Paid cash for Insurance What two accounts does it effect? Cash Prepaid Insurance What types of accounts are they? Asset How is each account balanced changed? Prepaid Insurance Cash Decreases increase How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  15. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Paid Cash for Insurance Cash Prepaid Insurance Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal.. Normal Bal.. + - + - 1200 1200 So we say for this transaction we Credit cash, Debit PPI

  16. Bought supplies on account from Butler Cleaning Supplies 2,720 What two accounts does it effect? Supplies Butler Cleaning Supplies What types of accounts are they? Asset Liability How is each account balanced changed? Butler Cleaning Supplies Supplies Increase increase How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  17. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Bought supplies on account Supplies Butler Cleaning Supplies Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal.. Normal Bal.. + - - + 2,270 2,270 So we say for this transaction we Debit supplies, Credit Butler Cleaning Sup

  18. Paid cash on account to Butler Cleaning Supplies 1,360 What two accounts does it effect? Cash Butler Cleaning Supplies What types of accounts are they? Asset Liability How is each account balanced changed? Cash Decreases Butler Cleaning Supply decreases How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  19. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Paid Cash on Account Cash Butler Cleaning Supply Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal.. Normal Bal.. + - - + 1360 1360 So we say for this transaction we Credit cash, Debit Butler cleaning supplies

  20. Please work on “Work together and On Your own” on page 50

  21. Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity Owners Equity Left Side Right Side Left Side Debit Credit Right Side Normal Bal.. Debit Credit - + Revenue Normal Bal.. + - Left Side Right Side Debit Credit Cash Supplies Prepaid Insurance Normal Bal.. - + Expense Left Side Right Side Debit Credit Normal Bal.. + -

  22. Received Cash from Sales $525 What two accounts does it effect? Cash Sales What types of accounts are they? Asset Revenue How is each account balanced changed? Increase Cash Increases Sales How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  23. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Received Cash from Sales Cash Sales Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal.. Normal Bal.. + - - + 525 525 So we say for this transaction we Debit Cash, Credit Sales

  24. Paid Cash for Rent 250 What two accounts does it effect? Cash Rent Expense What types of accounts are they? Asset Expense How is each account balanced changed? Increase Cash Decreases Rent Expense How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  25. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Paid cash for rent $250 Cash Rent Expense Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal.. Normal Bal.. + - + - 250 250 So we say for this transaction we Credit Cash, Debit Rent Exp.

  26. Paid cash to owner for personal use $100 What two accounts does it effect? Cash Ben Furman, Drawing What types of accounts are they? Asset Drawing How is each account balanced changed? Ben Furman, Drawing Cash Decrease Increase How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts

  27. How is each amount entered into the T- Accounts Paid cash to owner for personal Use $100 Cash Ben Furman, Drawing Debit Credit Debit Credit Normal Bal Normal Bal + - + - 100 100 So we say for this transaction we Credit Cash, Debit Drawing

  28. Page 58 Prob 3-1,2,3,4,5

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