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Chapter 10: Creating a paycheque
To create a paycheque To allocate line items to jobs To allocate...
thought of as a discipline of pinpoint exactitude with rigid rules, in practice accountants rely heavily on best estimates and educated guesses that require careful judgment and strong imagination.
Actually, stereotyping accounting and accountants, either positively or negatively, is useless because...
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Positive Accounting Theory
Positive Accounting Theory
Background In previous accounting subjects, we explored what should happen when a firm uses a particular set of accounting principles and practices. However, in real life, we know this is not always the case. Hence,...
1) What is accounting?
Accounting is the production of financial statements/ records for an organization.
2) What is the purpose of accounting?
To report financial information to Investors and Creditors and for analysis.
3) What is the reason for taking accounting...
felt it would be appropriate to present WorldCom as our case study.
WorldCom, initially named Long-Distance Discount Services, got its start in a Mississippi coffee shop in 1983. Led by Bernard Ebbers, partners drew out their idea on a napkin for a long distance company that would eventually...
Many students who take this course do not plan to be accountants. If you are in that group, you might be thinking, “If I’m not going to be an accountant, why do I need to know accounting?” In response, consider this quote from Harold Geneen, the former chairman of IT&T: “To be...
the father of modern system of accounting or double entry system of accounting.
Accounting has been referred as “The Language of Business” because of its role in maintaining and processing all relevant financial information that an entity requires for its managing a reporting purposes.
Applying accrual accounting results in a more accurate measurement of profit for the period than does the cash basis of accounting.
F157. Adjusting entries affect cash flows in the current period.
T158. Revenue cannot be recognized unless delivery of goods has occurred or services have been rendered.
1.1 Identify the four basic financial statements.
1.2 Classify transactions using the rules of debit and credit.
1.3 Journalize basic transactions.
1.4 Post transactions from journals to ledgers.
Read Ch. 1 of Financial Accounting.
Notes for first IMM midterm:
Chapter 1: Globalization Imperative
Why global marketing is Imperative:
* Saturation of domestic markets: First and at the most fundamental level, the saturation of domestic markets in the industrialized parts of the world forced many companies to look for marketing...
Reconciliation Report, Accrual Write-Off Form, and the Accrual Write-Off Report. Please note that many changes have occurred since the Oracle Reference Manuals were published. This paper is current up to Release 126.96.36.199 plus patches as noted in the paper.
Other information comes from the author’s design, development...
(1) Identify the transaction from source documents, like purchase orders, loan agreements, invoices, etc.
(2) Record the transaction as a journal entry (see the Double-Entry Bookkeeping Section above).
(3) Post the entry in the individual accounts in ledgers. Traditionally, the accounts have...
fifty percent of futures contracts result in actual delivery.
E. Futures contracts never result in actual delivery.
Virtually all traders enter reversing trades to cancel their original positions, thereby realizing profits or losses on the contract.
12. Which one of the...
financial statements. Step eight – Close. Step nine – Prepare a post-closing trial balance. Step ten – Reverse. The accounting cycle is used to record transactions that occur between two businesses or entities. When you are using the accounting cycle it is important to know when the steps occur and how often...
HOW GEORGE SOROS KNOWS WHAT HE KNOWS
Towards a General Theory of Reflexivity
By Flavia Cymbalista, Ph.D.
In its traditional formulation as an explanatory principle, reflexivity means that any object of thought contains in itself the thinking activity that generates it. Applying the concept of reflexivity...
Murdoch University Preparatory Course
Accounting and Finance
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Overview of Accounting 1
What is accounting? 1
Why is accounting important? 1
Can I do accounting? 1
Australian accounting 1
The basics 2
More complete definitions 2