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Expenses, losses, and distributions to owners are all

Intermediate Accounting | 15th Edition | ISBN: 9781118147290 | Authors: Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 9781118147290 164

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Problem 10

Expenses, losses, and distributions to owners are all decreases in net assets. What are the distinctions among them?

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Accounting 2600 Week 9 Professor Scott Becker Current Assets​ - Cash, Inventory, accounts receivable, prepaid assets Current Liabilities​ - obligations that will be satisfied, through payment, within ​ONE YEAR Long-term Liabilities​ - ​LONGER THAN ONE YEAR ​ Notes payable, bonds payable Stockholders’ Equity:​ Contributed Capital - owners contributions of cash and other assets to the company. Retained earnings - the accumulated net income of a company that has not been distributed to owners in the forms of dividends. Liquidity​= Can you pay your bills Working Capital​= Current Assets - Current Liabilities Current Ratio​= Current assets / current liabilities ● Less than one is bad, liquidity issue ● Greater than one is good ● Banks like 2 or higher **Income

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Textbook: Intermediate Accounting
Edition: 15
Author: Donald E. Kieso
ISBN: 9781118147290

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