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Chapter 23 Class Notes

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Chapter 23 Class Notes Acc 302

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This document is a detailed set of class notes for chapter 23 (Statement of Cash Flows).
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Date Created: 04/25/16
Chapter 23: Statement of Cash Flows  Four basic statements o (1) Balance Sheet o (2) Income Statement o (3) Income Statement o (4) Statement of Cash Flows  Those four statements are required.  Cash Flows o Covers a period of time that coincides with the income statements. o More information of statement of cash flows about the movement of money.  Provides information about cash going in and out of the company. o Based on cash more so than the accrual of accounting  Everyone gets the concept of cash. o Two Methods:  (1) Direct Method  (2) Indirect Method  Direct Method o Lists all sources of cash and how it came into the company o Collection from sales o Cash from bank loan o Then show how cash was spent  Cash spent in repaying a loan. o Specific information o Almost like keeping two books o Preferred method  Indirect Method o Companies can use this method. Most companies do use this method even though the direct method is recommended. o Both GAAP o This method is easier to do than the other method. o 90% of companies use the indirect method. o Shows how cash changed from beginning to the end of the year.  Three Major Sections: o (1) Cash from Operations o (2) Cash from Investing Activities o (3) Cash from Finance Activities  Shows net change in cash  Reconcile to balance sheet number. o Bridge from one statement to another.  Cash from Operations: o Three types of adjustments:  (1) Non cash revenue and expenses  Ex: Depreciation, patents, discount on bonds, premium on bonds.  Add non-cash expenses to net income  Subtract non-cash revenue from net income  Depreciation Expense – Did not cost us cash o Non-Cash Expense (+)  Amortization Expense o Non-Cash Expense (+)  Amortization Disc – B/P o Non-Cash Expense (+)  Amortization Premium – B/P o Non-Cash Income (-)  (2) Change in Current Asset/Current Lability Accounts (year to year)  Add or subtract to/from net income  Increase in Current Asset (-)  Decrease in Current Asset (+)  Increase in Current Liability (+)  Decrease in Current Liability (-) o A/P; Interest Payable; Salaries Payable etc.  A/R is an example A/R 20,000 Sales 20,000 Cash 15000 A/R 15000 *Subtract 5000 from net income. (20,000-15000)  (3) Gains and Losses on Sales of assets (non-operating)  Adjustments to net income  Sale of assets  Gains are in both income and investing sections. (Adjust net income)  Gain on Sale (-)  Loss on Sale (+)  Investing: (Long term assets) o Example: Land o Changes in noncurrent assets o In terms of either purchasing or selling o Purchase (-) o Sold (+)  Financing Activities: (Long term liabilities or stock equity) o Changes in long term liability and stock holders’ equity. o People give us cash for bonds o Dividends  Equity o Issuing B/P (+) o Repaying L/T N/P (-) o Issue C/S (+) o Purchase T/S (-) o Pay Dividends (-)  Don’t compare gross accounts receivable only compare after allowance is taken out. Cash X A/R 10,000 Allowance (2000) 8000  Non Cash Exchange: Land 100 N/P 100 o Report on statement of cash flows o Report by having (1) a foot note or (2) showing both halves of the equation Cash 100 *Finance Section N/P 100 Land 100 *Investing Section Cash 100 Name of Company Statement of Cash Flows Year Ended 12/31/2105 Operations: Net Income XX Adjustments: Non-Cash Rev/Exp (+)(-) Changes in Current Assets or Current Liabilities (+)(-) Gains/Losses (+)(-) Total Non-Cash Adjustments Investing: Changes in Non-Current Assets Total Non-Current Assets Finance: Changes in Long Term Liabilities and St Equity Total Long Term Liabilites Net Increase(Decrease) in Cash XX Cash bal, 1/1 X Cash bal. 12/31 XX *Rest of the statement results in the total “Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash *Cash bal 1/1 – Last year’s balance Example:


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