Accounting, Volume 2
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Business & Economics - 1297 pages
The Demo Docs System of instruction replicates the classroom experience by providing more "I get it" moments outside of class.Wers"ve talked to tons of POA instructors and our editors have even taken the accounting course (numerous times!) to figure out the following issue in this course that is consistent: Students understand (or "get it") right after you do a problem in class, but as soon as they leave class, with each passing hour, their ability to do the problems again and complete their homework diminishes to the point of them either having to come to office hours to get help, or they just quit and get behind in the course. On top of this, you can end up getting behind in the course as well, in order to keep everyone on track. The Demo Docs system helps to recreate the "I get it" moments outside of class-keeping both you and the students on track.
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Accounts Debit Credit Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable allocated amortization amount balance sheet Bonds Payable breakeven calculate Capital balance carrying value cash dividends cash flows common shares common stock completed and transferred Compute contribution margin conversion costs Corporation Date Accounts Debit December 31 decrease Demo Doc Complete direct labor cost direct materials earnings per share Ended December 31 equivalent units financial statements financing activities Finished Goods Inventory fixed costs flexible budget Gross profit income from continuing income statement increase incurred indirect method interest expense investing activities January job order costing Journal Date Accounts journal entry Management accounting manufacturing overhead costs Materials Inventory month ended MyAccountingLab noncash operating income order costing system partner partnership preferred stock process inventory purchased rate of return ratio Requirement Retained Earnings Sales revenue selling sold statement of cash stock dividend stock split Tanker Total stockholders Treasury Stock units completed variable cost variance vertical analysis