Exam 1 Study Guide
Exam 1 Study Guide ACCT 3130
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Exam 1 Study Guide for Irving ACCT 3130 25 30 Questions Mostly calculationbased mini cases and conceptual questions Bring only a pencil and four function calculator Below is an outline of topics we have covered as well as topics from the readings Use this as a general guideline and not as a limited list of items to study 0 Course Introduction 0 Primary theme of the course 0 Purpose of nancial reporting 0 Overview of nancial reporting process 0 Potential glitches in process 0 Other Important Topics 0 Financial Ratios DuPont Model Current Ratio 0 Earnings Management Contingencies CH 13 0 De nition 0 Gain Contingency brie y review no extensive studying needed 0 Loss Contingencies Litigation Environmental Liabilities Guarantees and Warranties 0 Dr Pepper in class caseexercise o Investments CH 17 0 Overview 0 Minority Passive Trading Available for Sale AFS Held to Maturity HTM o Minority Active Equity Method Accounting 0 Majority Consolidation Accounting Consolidated Financial Statements Review Questions 1 What is the primary theme of this course Why 2 What is the purpose of nancial reporting 3 Which of the following is not required for nancial reporting a timely b comparable c detailoriented d accurate 4 Which of the following is an internal bene t of nancial reporting a to raise capital b trend analysis c debt covenants d to gain investor trust 5 What are some parties that rely on the nancial reporting process 6 Which of the following is a company driven glitch in the nancial reporting process a political pressure b unrecorded net assets c aggregation compilation of nancial information d incentive misalignment 7 Which of the following ratios measures leverage a Pro t Margin b Asset Turnover c ROA d ROE e Equity Multiplier 8 In the DuPont Model the RCA consists of which two ratios a ROE and asset turnover b Quick ratio and ROE c equity multiplier and Pro t Margin d Pro t Margin and Asset Turnover 9 True or False Gain contingencies are recorded in the footnotes if it is reasonably possible and estimable 10 The recording of loss contingencies depends on a the likelihood of the event b the timing of the event c management s opinions of the event dtaxes 11 Name three of the most common examples of a loss contingency 12 Net Income divided by Net Sales is a measure of a ef ciency b liquidity c pro tability d borrowing capacity 13 True or False A HeldtoMaturity investment can only be an equity secur y 14 Which of the following is reported on the Balance Sheet before sold a trading b available for sale c held to maturity 15 When is the equity method of accounting used a when a company has passive interest b when a company holds less than 20 c when a company has signi cant in uence d when a company plans to hold a security until its maturity date Solutions 1 Flexibility Intermediate nancial accounting involves lots of choices estimates and subjectivity therefore it is a requirement to be exible 2 The purpose is to provide nancial information that is useful for future users 3 C the main focus is not to include small detailsimmaterial events 4 B all other options are external bene ts 5 lenders bankers investors management regulators auditors suppliers customers media competitors 6 D agency theory principalagent problem 7 E 8 D 9 False only disclosed if high probability 10 A 11 Warranty guarantee environmental liabilities litigation etc 12 C this is the pro t margin a measure of pro tability 13 False they can only be debt securities because equity securities have no maturity date 14 B reported at fair value on the balance sheet until sold Then recorded as net income on the income statement 15 C signi cant in uence is when a company holds 2050 a minority active investment
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