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Both a detailed outline of Chapter 5 as well as in class notes are included in this weeks bundle.
This week notes include a detailed outline of chapter six as well as important notes and examples from the lectures.
Chapter 1, week one notes.
These notes are over chapter 1 (week one).
These notes are on chapter 2.
These notes cover chapter 3 (week 3)
These notes cover chapter 4
These notes cover chapter 1-4 for the first test.
These notes cover chapters 1-4 for the first Accounting 2101 test.
This covers what is on ACCT 2101 Exam 1 for chapter 4
chapter 9 homework for McGraw Hill textbook
Introduction to Accounting Chapter 5- Reporting & Analyzing Inventories, Merchandising Inventory, FIFO, LIFO, Weighted Average, Specific Identification
Accounting Chapter 6, Reporting & Analyzing Cash & Internal Controls. SOX, 7 principles of internal controls, limitations of internal controls, cash management, voucher system of control, petty cash!!
Chapter 7 Reporting & Analyzing Receivables, credit sales, debit sales, direct credit sales, (direct write-off method), allowance method, estimating bad debt, notes receivable, interest, dishonoring notes
chapter 1, introduction to financial accounting. types of businesses, users of accounting, GAAP, FASB, IASB, accounting equation, assets, liability, equity, financial statements, principles of accounting
Accounting Chapter 2- Accounting System, Recording Transactions & Financial Statements. Accounting users, assets, liability, equity, ledgers, rules of debit & credit, trial balance, classified/unclassified balance sheet
Accounting Chapter 3- Adjusting Accounts & Preparing Financial Statements. The accounting cycle, accrual vs. cash basis accounting, revenues and expenses, adjusting accounts, classified balance sheet, trial balance, the closing process
Accounting Chapter4 - Reporting & Analyzing Merchandising Operations, Merchandising inventory, net income, net sales, cost of goods sold, gross profit, transportation costs
Accounting Chapter 10 McGraw Hill Textbook Online Connect Questions #1-8 answers
Accounting Chapter 10 Reporting & Analyzing Long-Term Liabilities McGraw Hill Connect Questions #9-11
Accounting Chapter 10 Analyzing & Reporting Long-Term Liabilities McGraw Hill Online Connect Questions #9-11
Accounting Chapter 10 Reporting & Analyzing Long-Term Liabilities McGraw Hill OnlineConnect Questions #18-20
Accounting chapter 11 Reporting & Analyzing Equity -McGraw Hill Online Connect Textbook full outline and study guide
Excerpts from book and elcture
This is a test upload.
The information provided is based on the accounting textbook. The information includes key concepts in bold, vocabulary that is highlighted, and visuals that allow the information to be better understood.
Overview of chapter one notes
Overview over chapter two, it includes posting information and general information about recording transactions.
This involves recording transactions with information about journalizing and posting in addition to financial statement information.
notes cover ch1 and ch2
Covers the information regarding adjustments, subsequent entries, accrued and deferred accounts and the closing process
Covers all the materials from chapters 1 through 4 including adjustments, closing, and recording transactions.
Study Guide for first exam
this is textbook material for the first exam
key terms for exam 1
All powerpoint notes.
This is an organized outline that covers everything from Swati's class lectures that will be on Exam 2 (including examples)
Everything chapters 184.108.40.206
Notes covering Swati's class lectures and powerpoints to prepare for Exam 3
Test 3 Information
1pp. 2-21, 25-28
Chap 1. pp 1-21, 25-28
Notes covering Chapters 1,2, and 3
Last set of notes for unit 1
information for exam 2
Introducing Financial Accounting