Acctg 215 week 2
Acctg 215 week 2 ACCTG 215
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Accounting 215 Intro to Accounting & Financial Reporting Week 2 notes January 11, 2016: Learning Objectives: Understand debits/credits Complete the process of recording transactions (journal entries summarized into t accounts) Aggregate t accounts into trial balance. Look at income statements Expand accounting equation to add operating activities. Lecture: Chapter 2 continued Transaction Model: Assets = Liabilities + Equity +D/C D/+C D/+C Recording Transactions in the Journal: (ref#) Debit Account Debit Amount Credit Account Credit Amount Note (optional) (See Example in Lecture Slides: Buying Coffee) (See Phinneywood Bicycles Ex in lecture slides) Post transactions to the ledger (TAccounts) **Balance Sheet accounts are cumulative, so you have to account for beginning balances. Ending balances carry over. Organize and classify activities. Every Account needs a separate TAccount Every journal entry links to two or more Taccounts (See Example in Lecture Slides Phinneywood) Prepare a trial Balance. Aggregates the ending balances of all the Taccounts into a single statement. Final step before building a balance sheet. List debits first, then credits (See Example in lecture slides: Phinneywood bikes) Chapter 3: Income Statements The economic performance of the firm over the accounting period Multistep income statement: Operating Revenue (economic inflows) Less Operating Expenses (economic outflows associated with earning the revenue) Less Other Items (nonoperating inflows/outflows) Operations: what the firm does to earn a profit excluding investments New Equations!! Assets = Liabilities + Equity Equity = Contributed Capital + Retained Earnings Retained Earnings are all the net income less the dividends (payouts to shareholders out of income). Retained Earnings = Beg. Retained Earnings + Net income – Dividends Net Income = Revenue – Expenses Net income increases retained earnings and equity Revenue increases net income; therefore increasing retained earnings and equity Expenses decreases net income; therefore decreasing retained earnings and equity Read pgs 98131 Yoga 2 Posted January 13, 2016: Quiz Review: 2 important equations o Ending retained earnings = beginning retained earnings + net income – dividends o Assets = Liability + Shareholder’s Equity All transactions balance the first equation Debits must equal credits Chapter 3 Learning Objectives Record operating activities using the spreadsheet method. Complete the cycle of recording transactions for operating activities (journal entries/t— accounts) (See Phinneywood Bicycles example: Month of October inflows and outflows) *A continuation of Monday’s lecture. Retained earnings (SE account) increase with a credit/decrease with a debit Revenues are increased with a credit always Expenses are increased with a debit always Dividends are debited Quiz on Thursday Yoga 3 and 4 Posted.
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