Glencoe, 1996 - Business & Economics - 1151 pages
College Accounting uses a clear, concise writing style enhanced with numerous examples and illustrations to provide solid coverage of accounting concepts and principles. Concepts are introduced through short learning modules followed by self-review questions and answers that help students build on a mastery of each concept. High-interest problems and activities, in-text help, and other classroom-tested features are supported by a variety of student software packages.
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Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable adjusting entries amortization amount Arrow Accounting Services assets balance sheet bank Bonds Payable Capital account cash ﬂows cash payments journal column common stock Company Compute corporation cost DATE EXPLANATION DEBIT CREDIT December 31 deposit depreciation discount dividend employees Equipment Fashion World federal ﬁgures ﬁnancial statements ﬁrm ﬁrm's ﬁrst income statement income tax Interest Expense investment Invoice Issued Check January journal entry ledger accounts liabilities loss medicare tax ment Merchandise Inventory method month net income notes payable Notes Receivable ofﬁce operations owner owner’s equity paid partners partnership percent period petty cash preferred stock premium Prepaid Prepare PROBLEM proﬁt ratio record reﬂect Rent retained earnings Returns and Allowances revenue Salaries Expense sales journal Sales Slip sales tax Sold speciﬁc stockholders Tax Expense Tax Payable tion transactions treasury stock trial balance uncollectible accounts unemployment tax voucher worksheet