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ACCT 225 Introduction to Financial Accounting is an Engineering course at USC. 3 elite notetakers have produced 3 study materials for this Engineering course.
Chapter 1 Notes for Accounting 225 - Prof McCutchen
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These notes give you an idea of what accounting is and what you will be learning in the future of this course. Assets= Liabilities + Stockholder's equity is very important!!!
These notes are in alphabetical order. The notes highlighted in red are things to pay extra attention to.
Chapter 1, 2, & 3
Chapters 4, 5, 6, & 7
Chapters 8, 10, & 11
Preview of the upcoming chapter
Make sure to know your formulas such as , Retained earnings= Beginning Retained earnings + Net income - Dividends
Look through your book and do the self study questions for extra help
These notes go over chapter 1 of financial accounting.
A study guide for all the Financial Accounting Material up to Exam #1
Covers adjustment entries, closing entries
About the account cycle: the sic steps to measure external transactions ann the all kinds of transactions
These notes cover chapters 1-3 for the first exam.
Chapters 5 and 6
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Notes from Chapter 3's Lecture with Mrs. McCutchen.
Notes from Chapter 1's Lecture with Mrs. Mccutchen
Notes from Chapter 2's Lecture with Mrs. McCutchen.
Notes from Chapter 4's Lecture with Mrs. McCutchen.
Notes from Chapter 6's Lecture with Mrs. McCutchen.
I often shorten words such as company to "comp."
Contingencies, short-term liabilities (salaries payable, deferred revenue, etc.) -- Chapter 8
Ch. 10 - Shareholders' Equity
Notes for April 14 -- compound interest, annuities, present value, future value
What I suggest you review for Professor McCutchen's ACCT 225 final exam
These notes cover all youll need to know from chapter 1.