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principles of accounting
These notes contain all the information from lectures and the textbook that is important on each exam. They are categorized into packets for each exam. These notes helped me to achieve over a 90 on each exam.
These notes cover ALL material covered in MATH 2610.
These notes cover the basics of accounting, four financial statements, and how business use these statements to make decisions for their business
These notes cover the information that accountants use to construct balance sheet, by analyzing, recording, and summarizing business activities and transaction.
These notes cover the basics of accounting and the four financial statements that help businesses understand their financial performance and make important decisions for their companies.
These notes cover the basics of constructing a balance sheet through analyzing, recording, and summarizing business activities
These notes cover the basics of the income statement, where revenues and expenses come from to create net income or net loss. The notes further cover the principle of revenue and expense.
These notes cover the adjustments, financial statements, and financial results
These are notes from Principles of Financial Accounting (ACCT 2001) for week four, from the lectures on 2/6/2018 and 2/8/2018. This covers topics covered in lecture for chapter four, "Adjustments, Financial Statements, and Financial Results," except for the handouts/examples given out in class.
These notes cover the materials of the four chapters that will be in our first exam
Principles of Financial Accounting (ACCT 2001) study guide for Exam one, covering chapters 1-4 (Business Decisions and Financial Accounting; The Balance Sheet; The Income Statement; Adjustments, Financial Statements, and Financial Results). This is only supplemental - other materials, like the handouts and example problems should be studied in addition to this.
These notes cover the concept of fraud, internal controls, and cash
These notes cover what was talked about in lecture during week 5 on thursday. We started chapter 5 called Fraud, Internal Control, and Cash. This covers most of the main ideas of this chapter.
These notes cover merchandising operation and multistep income statement
These notes cover the concept of inventory and cost of goods sold in depth
These notes cover Receivables, Bad Debt Expense, and Interest Revenue
Notes for week 6 (2/19/18). Contains the rest of chapter 5 (Fraud, Internal Control, and Cash) as well as chapter 6 (Merchandising Operations and the Multistep Income Statement)
Chapter 7 Notes, week 7
Multistep income statement, inventory costing methods, cost of goods sold, lower of cost or market, and inventory turnover
This is my study guide for test 2, covering:
Chapter 5 - Fraud, internal Control, and Cash
Chapter 6 - Merchandising Operations and the Multi-step Income Statement
Chapter 7 - Inventory
Chapter 8 - covering Receivables, Bad Debt Expense, and Interest Revenue.
(this is just the complete version of the notes I put out, if you bought the notes you don't need to buy this, and vice versa)
Theses are the notes for week 8, chapter 8, covering Receivables, Bad Debt Expense, and Interest Revenue.
Chapter 9 notes for tangible assets, intangible assets, depreciation and amortization methods
These notes cover the information from chapter five to chapter 8 for the exam
These notes cover the concept of long-lived tangible and intangible assets
These notes cover the concept of liability including current and long term
Notes on Chapter 10, Liabilities
Notes from the final chapter, chapter 12: Statement of Cash Flows
This study guide is the notes from chapters 9, 10, and 12: Assets, Liabilities, and Cash Flows. It is essentially the notes I posted from all three chapters, condensed into one study guide for easier access.
These notes cover everything on chapter 9, 10 and 12 and the concept that should be known for the exam