Exam 1 Review
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ACC231- Exam 1 – Class Review (After Exam) Going concern o Evidence that a business is going to continue to operate Reliability o It would be the same if recorded by a third party Relevance o Information is worth recording Business entity o Personal and business data should not be mixed Accrued Expense o Receiving money after the event Normal balance of an account o The side, debit or credit, that increases the account Debit o Increases an account Credit o Decreases an account Expense accounts begin with a 5 Accrued o Event before cash is received Differed o Cash received before event Common stockholders typically have voting rights, but they only vote on broad-based topics, not everyday operations Revenues increase retained earnings, while dividends and expenses decrease retained earnings Accounting is often referred to as the “language of business” Double-entry accounting o Debits must equal credits when a transaction is recorded A business o A legal entity that provides to its stakeholders through the exchange of goods and services
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