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Accounting Fundamentals Introduction

by: Katie Thedford

Accounting Fundamentals Introduction 21027

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Katie Thedford

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These notes cover the first day of notes in Business Accounting and Financial Reports Fundamentals
Kaori Takano
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business, Accounting, financial reporting, financial accounting
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katie Thedford on Monday October 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 21027 at Fort Lewis College taught by Kaori Takano in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Business in BA 110-5H at Fort Lewis College.


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Date Created: 10/03/16
ACCOUNTING FINANCIAL REPORTS FUNDAMENTALS  Assumptions: o Separate Economic entity­  Economic events associated with the business are  separate from the owners o Going concern­  Assumes business will continue for foreseeable future o Stable monetary unit­  Financial reports are prepared using a stable monetary  unit, such as the US dollar o Periodicity­  Accounting reports are prepared periodically  Principles: o Historical Cost Principle:  Assets are reported and presented at their original cost  and no adjustment is mad for changes in market value o Matching Principle­  Matching of expenses with revenues in the period  incurred and earned  o Revenue Recognition Principle­  Revenue is realized when the good or service is  provided or produced o Full Disclosure Principle­  Full Disclosure of all information about the business  entity that is needed by users in understandable form  Modifying Conventions: o Materiality Convention­  Relaxes certain GAAP requirements if the impact is not large enough to influence decisions o Cost­Benefit Convention­  Relaxes GAAP requirements if the expected cost of  reporting something exceeds the benefits of reporting it o Industry Practices Convention  Accepted industry practices should be followed even if  they differ from GAAP  Financial Reports: o Income Statements:  Revenues­Expenses=Net Income o Statement of Retained Earnings:  Beginning retained earnings balance + net income –  dividends = ending retained earnings balance o Balance Sheet  Assets= liabilities + Equity o Statements of Cash flows  Cash inflows­ cash outflows = net change in cash   Net change in cash + beginning cash balance= ending  cash balance 2


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