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Accounting A First Half of Semester Notes

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Accounting A First Half of Semester Notes
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Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Financial statements Finance Income statement Financial accounting Balance sheet Cash flow statement Retained earnings Equity International Financial Reporting Standards Debits and credits Revenue recognition
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Topics this document covers:
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Financial statements Finance Income statement Financial accounting Balance sheet Cash flow statement Retained earnings Equity International Financial Reporting Standards Debits and credits Revenue recognition
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................................................2 2. Reporting profitability: the statement of comprehensive income .........2 3. Reporting financial position: the statement of financial position ..........3 4. Reporting equity: the statement of changes in equity .......................4 5. Reporting cash flows: the cash flow statement ...............................4 6. Qualitative characteristics of accounting information ........................5 Financial Statements 1 ________________ FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1. Four Assumptions in Accounting (1) The Economic Entity Assumption - States that the financial activities of a business can be separated from the financial activities of the business’s owner(s) o This means that personal activities should not be included with business activities (2) Time Period Assumption - Accountants want periodi...
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