Student Workbook to accompany Financial Accounting, 3rd Edition
Wiley, Apr 17, 2003 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
Now in its Third Edition, Financial Accounting by Kimmel, Weygandt, and Kieso has been tested and approved in the classroom. This best-selling text has helped students hit the road with a practical set of tools, and the confidence they need to use those tools effectively in making business decisions.Financial Accounting provides students with an understanding of those concepts that are fundamental to the use of accounting. Starting with a "macro" view of accounting information, the authors present real financial statements and establish how a financial statement communicates the financing, investing, and operating activities of a business to users of accounting information. They motivate students by grounding the discussion in the real world, showing them the relevance of the topics covered to their future career.Student Workbook: This valuable study guide, written to use side-by-side with the Financial Accounting textbook provides the guidance and assurance you need to exceeed in the course. Included a re study objectives, demonstration problems, true/false and multiple-choice questions, solutions, to exercises, chapter outlines, and blank working papers.
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Introduction to Financial Statements
A Further Look at Financial Statements
The Accounting Information System
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Abercrombie & Fitch accounting period Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable Accumulated Depreciation adjusting entry amortization average balance sheet Bond Interest Expense Bonds Payable book value cash debt coverage cash dividends cash flows cash provided catalog common stock common stockholders company's computed by dividing corporation cost current assets current liabilities debit to Cash Decision Toolkit decrease dollar amount earnings per share End's ending inventory equity FIFO financial statements financing activities fiscal year 2001 gross profit income statement income taxes increase information for answering January 26 journal entry Lands ledger LIFO liquidity long-term loss Merchandise Inventory merchandise sales method Notes Payable notes receivable operating activities outstanding Paid-in Capital payment percent percentage Premium Prepaid provided by operations purchase reported retained earnings SELF-TEST sell shareholders sold statement of cash stock dividend straight-line study objective total assets transactions treasury stock trial balance turnover ratio Unearned Revenue