Study Guide to Accompany Financial Accounting, 8e
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 11, 2012 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
These are the Working Papers to accompany Financial Accounting, 8th Edition.
Financial Accounting, 8th Edition, by Weygandt, Kimmel, Kieso provides students with a clear introduction to financial accounting that is full of real world and relevant examples to students lives. The Team for Success authors understand where students struggle in this course and have developed a learning system that illustrates the accounting cycle and key transactions, while giving them the tools to apply their learning through sample exercises throughout the chapter. By expanding coverage of IFRS, this edition keeps students at the forefront of global issues that impact their future careers in business and accounting.
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Adjusting the Accounts
Completing the Accounting Cycle
Edition by Jerry J Weygandt Paul D Kimmel and Donald E Kieso The material in the study
Accounting for Merchandising Operations
Fraud Internal Control and Cash
Accounting for Receivables
Plant Assets Natural Resources and Intangible Assets
Organizations Stock Transactions Dividends and Retained Earnings
Statement of Cash Flows
Financial Statement Analysis
AppendixD Time Value of Money
AppendixE Payroll Accounting
AppendixF Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals
Appendix G Other Significant Liabilities
All asterisked items relate to material contained in the Appendix to the chapter
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_____ L.O. _____________________________________________________________________________ EX Account Title Debit Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable accrued Accumulated Depreciation adjusted trial balance adjusting entry Allowance for Doubtful amortization amount asset account balance sheet Bonds Payable book value carrying value cash dividends cash flows cash payments cash receipts columns common stock Company computed corporation current assets current liabilities Date Account Title December 31 decrease DEMONSTRATION PROBLEM Depreciation Expense employees ending inventory entry to record Equipment equity EXERCISES TRUEFALSE Fees Earned financial statements income statement Income Summary income taxes increase Interest Expense Interest Payable internal control investments J1 Date Account Journal J1 Date LIFO loss Merchandise Inventory net income Notes Payable Notes Receivable Office Supplies operating activities Paid-in Capital payroll plant assets present value purchased ratio reported Retained Earnings revenue account Salaries and Wages share sold statement of cash stockholders Title Debit Credit transactions Treasury Stock TRUE-FALSE Unearned Fees Unearned Revenue