Chapter 8- Lecture with Dr. Swaney
Chapter 8- Lecture with Dr. Swaney BUS 100
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What is Accounting System for recognizing organizing analyzing and reporting information about the nancial transactions that affect an organization Why should you care about accounting Finance management of large amounts of money Ex Finding companies or stocks to invest in Accounting is the language of business What is accounting Information for decision making Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting External users investors creditors govt Internal users managers board of direct Historical costs from past decisions Oriented to future costs and decisions reports prepared quarterlyannually Reports prepared needed timely decisions Focus on nancial data Financial and non nancial data 4 Basic Financial Statements 0 Income statement calculating net income of a company Net income RevenuesExpenses Revenues are sales of goods and services Expenses are the costs of doing business labor materials advertising and utilities Revenue Recognition Principle revenues recorded at sale whether or not cash is received Matching Principle Expenses are recorded when the products are sold 0 Statement of retained earnings earningsincomepro t tells you what pro t has been retained in the company 0 Balance sheet Assets Liabilities Stockholders39 Equity Assets resources owned by a company Liabilities resources owned to creditors Stockholders equity resources left for owners 0 Statement of cash ows statement of how cash ows in and out of a business
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