BUAD 280 Week 2 Notes
BUAD 280 Week 2 Notes BUAD 280
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Date Created: 08/30/16
BUAD 280 Notes (8/29) • asset a future economic benefit • 4 requirements to be an asset: 1. Acquired at a measurable cost (so we know how much we paid for it) 2. Acquired or controlled by the entity (the one we are making a financial statement for) 3. Expected to produce verifiable future economic benefits 4. Arise from a past transaction or event ex. $100 cash in checking account ex. spend $500 to produce a commercial (NOT AN ASSET, it is an expense) 1. future benefit = sales (paid $500) 2. control the commercial 3. not verifiable (not guaranteed money, hope it is gonna generate future cash flows, uncertain about the amount of future sales) 4. spend $500 ex. pay $1,000 for next months rent (prepaid rent) 1. future benefit = future use of building (acquired at a measurable cost) 2. paid rent (We control it) 3. use the building next month (verifiable because of lease/contract) 4. past transaction = paid $1,000 ex. purchase $10,000 worth of inventory 1. future benefit = future sales 2. acquired at a measurable cost 3. we control it, sitting in warehouse 4. verifiable 5. past transaction purchase ex. bonds • asset because of interest payments and it is prepaid so you are getting access to cash flows Liabilities future economic sacrifice 1. Involve probable future economic sacrifices by the entity 2. The economic resource transfer is to another entity 3. The future sacrifice is a present obligation (owe on a certain date) (have an obligation because of something that has already happened) arising from a past event ex. hire an employee to start work next week and going to be paid $600 a week 1. potential future economic sacrifice $600 2. entity employee 3. don’t owe $600 until they do work (no obligation to pay until the employee performs the work) ex. receive $10,000 for work to begin next month (liability) (unearned revenue or deferred revenue) 1. potential economic sacrifice perform work 2. customer 3. past event received cash 4. present obligation ex. sign contract to perform $10,000 worth of work next month 1. does not pass number 3 (haven’t done the work yet) (haven’t performed the work yet) 2. signing contract is not considered a past event Stockholders Equity common stock/contributed capital amount of cash or other assets the company receives from its owners end re beg re + net income dividends • prepaid advertising asset • income taxes payable (owe something in the future) liability • Accumulated Depreciation equipment how much the equipment has been used over time since we purchased it • equipment accumulated depreciation = net amount • current asset (happen within the next year) receive a future benefit within 1 year • current liability make the economic sacrifice within 1 year • receivables and payables are always going to be current • noncurrent assets receive a future benefit within a year • non current liability financial obligations listed on a company's balance sheet that are not due within the present accounting year
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