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Accounting Basics: Complete Guide (e-Book)
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Accounting Basics: Complete Guide is the all-in-one study guide, workbook and accounting dictionary for high school, college students and working professionals. With over 360 pages of accounting... More > theory and questions, the book is undoubtedly the most comprehensive basic accounting guide in existence today. And with its concise and clear explanations and hundreds of diagrams and images, it is also the simplest. The book takes one step-by-step from the basic accounting concepts and the accounting equation to transactions, journals (debits and credits), T-accounts, financial statements and more complex issues such as accounting for inventory/stock, depreciation, bad/doubtful debts and bank reconciliations. With simple theory explanations, over 60 color illustrations and 88 individual accounting questions to test one's understanding, you simply won't find a better companion to your accounting studies. Also includes a 25-page accounting dictionary valued on its own at $10.< Less
Accounting Baiscs Q & A
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Course description The lessons shall serve as a primer for beginners and a refresher for those who already have background in accounting. This course aims to build and solidify one's knowledge of... More > the fundamentals which are vital in pursuing higher accounting studies, in building a career in accounting, or in managing a small business. Also helpful for fresher of commerce students as well as accounts trainer and accountant. Chapter 1: Introduction to Accounting Chapter 2: Fundamental Accounting Concepts Chapter 3: The Financial Statements Chapter 4: Analyzing, Recording & Classifying Transactions Chapter 5: Adjusting Entries Chapter 6: How to Prepare Financial Statements Chapter 7: Closing Entries Chapter 8: Post-Closing Trial Balance Chapter 9: Reversing Entries< Less
Teeter Totter Accounting: Your Visual Guide to Understanding Debits and Credits!
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Teeter Totter Accounting focuses primarily on journal entries that can be viewed graphically in the form of a Teeter Totter. This should help users obtain a mental picture of the process. This mental... More > picture is believed to be the key to unlocking the mystery behind the double entry accounting system. The book assumes the reader has a working knowledge of basic accounting including the accounting equation Assets = Liability + Owner’s Equity.< Less
ACCT 301 Final Exam Latest
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ACCT 301 Final Exam Latest To view more, visit following link http://unquite.com/question-details/ACCT-301-Final-Exam-Latest/2972 or email us at: email@example.com ACCT 301 Week 8 Final Exam 1.... More > (TCO 1) What is the accounting equation? Suppose your company sold $12,000 in merchandise to a customer for cash. How does this transaction impact the accounting equation? (Points : 17) 2. (TCO 2) What are the four basic financial statements? Describe the balance sheet, and explain why it is important? 3. What is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act? Do you think this act has more importance for the accounting profession or for investors? Why 4. What is horizontal analysis of financial statements? How does horizontal analysis differ from vertical analysis? 1. (TCO 8) Why is capital budgeting important? What is the IRR method? How is it calculated? (Points : 26) 2. (TCO 9) What are five different types of decisions that could use incremental analysis? What are the< Less
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