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Basics of Accounting & Information Processing - Larry M. Walther

Year 2010



Part 1. Welcome to the World of Accounting1. Accounting Information1.1. Accounting Defined1.2. Financial Accounting1.3. Managerial Accounting1.4. A Quality Information System1.5. Inherent Limitations2. The Accounting Profession and Careers2.1. Accounting and Professional Ethics3. The Fundamental Accounting Equation3.1 Assets3.2. Liabilities3.3. Owners' Equity3.4. Balance Sheet4. How Transactions Impact the Accounting Equation4.1. Edelweiss Collects an Account Receivable4.2. Edelweiss Buys Equipment With Loan Proceeds4.3. Edelweiss Provides Services to a Costumer on Account4.4. Edelweiss Pays Expenses With Cash4.5. Generalizing About the Impact of Transactions4.6. Distinguishing Between Revenue and Income5. The Core Financial Statements5.1. Financial Statements5.2. Income Statement5.3. The Statement of Retained Earnings5.4. Balance Sheet5.5. Statement of Cash Flows5.6. Articulation5.7. Unlocking the Mystery of ArticulationPart 2. Information Processing6. Accounts, Debits, and Credits6.1. Accounts6.2. Debits and Credits6.3. The Fallacy of "+/-" Nomenclature6.4. The Debit/Credit Rules6.5. Assets/Expanses Dividends6.6. Liabilities/Revenues/Equity6.7. Analysis of Transactions and Events6.8. Determining an Account's Balance6.9. A Common Misunderstanding About Credits7. The Journal7.1. Illustrating the Accounting Journal7.2. Special Journals7.3. Page Numbering7.4. But, What are the Account Balances?8. The General Ledger8.1. Posting8.2. To Review9. The Trial Balance9.1. Debits Equal Credits9.2. Financial Statements From the Trial Balance10. Computerized Processing Systems10.1. What do they Look Like11. T-accounts11.1. Comprehensive T-Accounting Illustration11.2. Chart of Account11.3. Control and Subsidiary Accounts
 
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