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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Accounting Information Systems. What are the 3 Characteristics of an Accounting Event?. Specific to entity Measurable in monetary terms Impact the entity’s assets, liabilities, and/or owners’ equity. What is the Accounting Equation?. Assets = Liabilities + Owners’ equity

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Accounting I

Accounting I

Accounting I. Chapter 16 – Financial Statements for a Partnership. T ERMS REVIEW. cost of merchandise sold gross profit on sales. Lesson 16-1, page 396. T ERMS REVIEW. Cost of Merchandise Sold. The total original price of all merchandise sold during the fiscal period.

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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. (5) Bank financial statements (1) Balance Sheet (B) Liabilities Two major categories of liabilities are included in the balance sheet: (1) Deposits made by and owed to various customers . (2) Non-deposits borrowing of funds in the money and capital market. Introduction.

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FINANCIAL RATIOS

FINANCIAL RATIOS

FINANCIAL RATIOS. Making sense of Revenue Statements And Balance Sheets. Introduction. Financial ratios are calculations that help managers examine the performance of the business. They also assist in determining whether the business is meeting its financial objectives.

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SAP Accounting

SAP Accounting

SAP Accounting. Statutory Accounting. Insurers produce financial statement prescribed by NAIC Filed with insurance department of regulators Based on Statutory Accounting Principles More conservative than GAAP. Policyholders’ Surplus. Assets = Liabilities + Policyholders’ Surplus

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AS A SYSTEM. OVERVIEW OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. WHAT TO PREPARE WHO PREPARES THEM WHAT DATA IS NEEDED WHAT KIND OF ANALYSIS WHY PREPARE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS HOW THEY RELATE TO COST OF PRODUCTION.

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SAP Accounting

SAP Accounting

SAP Accounting. Statutory Accounting. Insurers produce financial statement prescribed by NAIC Filed with insurance department of regulators Based on Statutory Accounting Principles More conservative than GAAP. Policyholders’ Surplus. Assets = Liabilities + Policyholders’ Surplus

By jasmine
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Unit #7 –Posting to the Ledger

Unit #7 –Posting to the Ledger

Unit #7 –Posting to the Ledger. Unit #7 –Posting to the Ledger. Where we are : Journalize (Using the General Journal) – Done Post (To Ledger Accounts – which are also known as T- Accounts) – Now Trial Balance (Can enter on the Worksheet) - Done Adjustments (On the worksheet)

By glenys
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Valuation Part 1 Presented by: Elson ong

Valuation Part 1 Presented by: Elson ong

Valuation Part 1 Presented by: Elson ong. 1) Several Key Financial Metrics 2) How to Identify Them in An Annual Report. Yale-NUS Investment Masterminds. Auditing. The Big 4 Auditing Firms: Deloitte & Touche Ernest & Young KPMG PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).

By leona
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Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance. Accounting and Finance. Vocabulary. Liabilities: O bligations of the firm to outsiders or claims against its assets by outsiders (debts of the firm). Assets: R esources of the firm that are expected to increase or cause future cash flows (everything the firm owns)

By meghan
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Chapter 3 Financial Management

Chapter 3 Financial Management

Chapter 3 Financial Management. BCN 4772 Summer 2006. Financial Reports. Why is it important to be able to read financial reports? Will help you as a manager to: Plan Control Organize Identify Errors Uncover omitted items. Financial Management.

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Lesson 2. Balance Sheet: Small details

Lesson 2. Balance Sheet: Small details

Lesson 2. Balance Sheet: Small details. Checking of homework. Making of BS. Assets and Liabilities: explanation of some items. Signs of a company’s financial stability. Differencies between US and EU BS. Balance Sheet Nr.1. BS Nr.2 (the owner had given 1000 as a loan.

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Basic Accounting

Basic Accounting

Animated Accounting. Basic Accounting. Overview of accounting. Understand the accounting equation The implications of double entry accounting Distinguish between debits and credits Understand what a balance sheet is Know how an income statement is put together. The accounting equation.

By thanh
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A Review of the Accounting Cycle

A Review of the Accounting Cycle

A Review of the Accounting Cycle. Learning Objectives. Identify and explain the basic steps in the accounting process (accounting cycle). Analyze transactions and make and post journal entries. Make adjusting entries, produce financial statements, and close nominal accounts.

By leon
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Measuring Income to Assess Performance. Learning Objectives. After studying this chapter, you should be able to: Explain how accountants measure income. Use the concepts of recognition, matching, and cost recovery to record revenues and expenses.

By sharis
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The Accounting Cycle Capturing Economic Events

The Accounting Cycle Capturing Economic Events

Chapter 3. The Accounting Cycle Capturing Economic Events. The Role of Accounting Records. Establishes accountability for assets and transactions. Keeps track of routine business activities. Obtains detailed information about a particular transaction.

By brooke
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Demonstration Problem

Demonstration Problem

Accounting What the Numbers Mean 9e. Demonstration Problem. Chapter 2 – Problem 14 Prepare an Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Statement of Changes in Owners’ Equity. Problem Definition. The following information was obtained from the records of Shae, Inc.:.

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Introduction to Accounting and Business

Introduction to Accounting and Business

Introduction to Accounting and Business. Some of the action has been automated, so click the mouse when you see this lightning bolt in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. You can point and click anywhere on the screen. Like right now. Objectives. 1. Describe the nature of a business.

By hanzila
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X100 Introduction to Business

X100 Introduction to Business

X100 Introduction to Business. Finance. Financial Analysis & Ratios. Professor Kenneth EA Wendeln. Financial Management.

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Lesson 4 Balance Sheets

Lesson 4 Balance Sheets

Lesson 4 Balance Sheets. Li, Jialong 2011-2-26. The Accounting Equation. The Basic Rule for all accounting is the Accounting Equation. Assets = Liabilities + Owners Equity.

By bandele
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