Xacc 280 Career Opportunities For Accountants Essays and Term Papers

  • Career Opportunities for Accountants

    Career Opportunities for Accountants Shirley Scott XACC/280 August 17, 2013 Toral Kapur The two business sectors I would want to work in is manufacturing and sales and services. Manufacturing as an audit accountant because, first auditing is an important aspect of any business, also an audit...

      385 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Career Opportunities for Accountants

    Describe two business sectors you might want to work in if you were an accountant and why? Two business sectors that I might want to work in if I were an accountant would be the IRS and Government Accounting. I think the IRS would be very interesting and I would be curious on how they examine tax payer’s...

      366 Words | 1 Pages   Internal Revenue Service

  • Xacc/280 Week 6

    Week 6 Checkpoint The accounting cycle is a series of procedures that allow a company to record their transactions and prepare their financial statements in the most accurate way possible. Every cycle starts with a single transaction and ends with the books being closed out for a specific time period...

      542 Words | 2 Pages   Bookkeeping, Double-entry bookkeeping system, Debits and credits, Trial balance

  • XACC 280 Complete Class

    XACC 280 Financial Accounting Concepts and Principles /Complete Class Click Link below To Purchase: http://homework-aid.com/XACC-280-Financial-Accounting-Concepts-and-Principles-Complete-270.htm Week 1 CheckPoint: Accounting Assumptions, Principles, and Constraints • Write an essay in 250...

      1482 Words | 5 Pages   Debits and credits, Financial statement analysis

  • Xacc 280 Final

    Financial Analysis Coca-Cola and PepsiCo 1/28/2013 University of Phoenix Alexander Jackson We will be comparing two companies; both are strong and have great credibility. Ideally with a solid competitor we want to show differentials and make a solid contrast. In this case we want to compare...

      2014 Words | 6 Pages   Balance sheet, Market liquidity, Financial statement analysis, Debt

  • Xacc/280 Wk One

    Accounting assumptions provide a foundation for the accounting process. There are three major assumptions; the monetary unit, economic entity, and time period assumptions. The fourth assumption is the going concern assumption. The Monetary Unit Assumption makes it mandatory that only transaction data...

      500 Words | 2 Pages   Accounting assumptions, Financial statement, Going concern, Matching principle

  • Xacc 280 Internal Controls

    Internal Controls Your Name XACC/280 Date Instructor Name Internal Controls Internal controls are an essential asset to any company that wishes to maintain their company’s security and accuracy. These controls help to protect the assets belonging to a company from unforeseen events such as employee...

      799 Words | 3 Pages   Audit, Sarbanes–Oxley Act, Internal control, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board

  • Xacc 280 - Week8 - Checkpoint

    Given the fact that those are the key measures used to value the company’s stock, the company’s stock was highly overpriced. If I had been an accountant for WorldCom, I would have treated such disbursements as normal operating costs. If I had been forced by management to indulge in such an unethical...

      283 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Xacc/280 Financial Analysis

    Financial Analysis XACC/280 February 05, 2012 The two major companies that manufacture beverages are PepsiCo and the Cocoa-Cola Co. These two companies have been in competition for...

      1261 Words | 4 Pages   Financial analyst, Current liability, Rate of return, PepsiCo

  • Xacc-280 Final

    XACC-280 Final June 9, 2013 XACC-280 The accounting practices of today’s companies are highly regulated by several outside agencies. These regulations help to ensure that the accounting practices of all companies are equal and unbiased. As we all know, many corporations in the world today have...

      1930 Words | 6 Pages   Revenue, Equity (finance), Market liquidity, Finance

  • Xacc 280 Appendix F

    Welcome to WritePoint, the automated review system that recognizes errors most commonly made by university students in academic essays. The system embeds comments into your paper and suggests possible changes in grammar and style. Please evaluate each comment carefully to ensure that the suggested change...

      481 Words | 2 Pages   Income-Based Repayment, Loan, Student loan, Student loans in the United States

  • Xacc 280 Final

    Final Project: Financial Analysis Brian Blegen XACC/280 January 27, 2013 Paul Gomez Final Project: Financial Analysis Determining whether to invest in a company can be a challenging task; deciding between two similar companies can make the task even more demanding. The best way to decide...

      1127 Words | 3 Pages   Financial statement analysis, Revenue, Equity (finance), Market liquidity

  • Xacc 280 Internal Control

    Internal Controls XACC/280 Zeno Gavales Anytime you bring together money, products of value or any other want a person could possible find value in, the temptation to steal comes into play. Employees can feel justified to steal leading them to make ill advised decisions to pad their own pockets...

      896 Words | 3 Pages   Internal control, Audit, Internal audit, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board

  • Xacc 280 Final

    Financial Analysis Coca-Cola and PepsiCo XACC/280 Financial Analysis An official financial analysis for a specific company needs two years of financial data from the company and from a competitor in the same industry. This financial...

      1225 Words | 4 Pages   Current liability, Market liquidity, Financial analysis, Balance sheet

  • xacc 280 Comprehensive Problem

    Comprehensive Problem Post Accounts Post the July accounts for Choi's Window Washing, Inc. You have 18 accounts altogether. GENERAL LEDGER Cash No. 101 DATE EXPLANATION REF. DEBIT CREDIT BALANCE 1-Jul-2013 j1...

      688 Words | 8 Pages   Debits and credits, Retained earnings, Expense, Adjusting entries

  • Nine Steps of Accounting Xacc 280

    Nine Steps of Accounting Cycle William Watkins XACC/280 March 6, 2012 Donna Adams Nine Steps of the Accounting Cycle Screen Shot 08 March 2012 [pic] The nine steps of the accounting cycle ae generally described as follows. These steps are designed to follow...

      253 Words | 2 Pages   Debits and credits, Bookkeeping, Trial balance, General ledger

  • Week Four Checkpoint Xacc/280

    University of Phoenix Name XACC/280 Week four checkpoint Date Checkpoint: Besides the general journal, there are four different special journals; the Sales Journal, the Cash Receipts Journal, the Purchases Journal, and the Cash Journal. The Sales Journal records all sales of merchandise...

      252 Words | 1 Pages   Special journals, Debits and credits, Accounts receivable, General ledger

  • Xacc/280 Week 1 Checkpoint

    Accounting consists of basic assumptions, principles, and constraints. There are four basic assumptions of accounting that are the fundamental basis of any set of accounts. The four basic assumptions of accounting include: monetary unit assumption, economic period assumption, time period assumption,...

      323 Words | 1 Pages   Matching principle, Going concern, Financial statement, Revenue

  • Xacc 280 Financial Statement Analysis

    Feedback is at the end of the paper. The three of financial statement analysis are horizontal analysis, vertical analysis, and ratio analysis. The function of all three analyses is to evaluate the significance of financial statements data. Horizontal analysis function is to evaluate and compare data...

      730 Words | 3 Pages   Financial statement analysis

  • Xacc 280 Week 6 Checkpoint

    Amber Stokes University of Phoenix Christy Stephenson June 6, 2013 XACC/280 Checkpoint Week 6 The Nine Steps of the accounting Cycle There are nine steps one must follow when concerning accounting. These steps are as follows within the accounting cycle and their functions: 1. Analyze...

      265 Words | 1 Pages   Debits and credits, Trial balance, Financial accounting

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