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AFM101 Lecture Notes - Fall 2018 Lecture 1 - Cash flow statement, Retained earnings, Income statement

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Fall 2018

Department
Accounting & Financial Management
Course Code
AFM101
Professor
Haihao Lu
Lecture
1

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AFM101 Lecture 1 Financial Statements (IS, SRE)
Accounting Basics:
Accounting: A system that identifies, measures, and communicates financial information that
both relevant and reliable to help users make better decisions
o Financial Accounting: Provides information to internal and external users
Internal Users: Users of financial info within the business
External Users: Users of financial into outside the business
o Management Accounting: Provides information to just internal users
IGNORE
Internal Users
Management
How can we improve the efficiency of our business?
Investors
Should I invest in this business?
Employees
Can I keep my job at this business?
External Users
Government
How much tax should the business pay?
Banks
Can the business repay a bank loan?
Creditors
Can the business repay their debts?
Forms of Business Organization:
o Proprietorship: 1 owner
o Partnership: 2+ owners
o Corporation: Many owners called shareholders
Shareholders: Investors or organizations that invest cash (usually) into the
corporation in exchange for the corporation’s shares
Financial Statement Basics:
Financial Statements: Documents produced by businesses (often at the end of an accounting
period) that display financial information for different users
o Income Statement: Displays how much money the business gained (or lost) over time
o Statement of Retained Earnings: Displays changes to the retained earnings account over
time
o Balance Sheet: Displays a “snapshot” of the financial position of a business at a
particular moment
o Statement of Cash Flows: Displays changes to the cash account over time

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AFM101 Lecture 1 Financial Statements (IS, SRE) Accounting Basics: Accounting: A system that identifies, measures, and communicates financial information that both relevant and reliable to help users make better decisions o Financial Accounting: Provides information to internal and external users Internal Users: Users of financial info within the business External Users: Users of financial into outside the business o Management Accounting: Provides information to just internal users IGNORE Management How can we improve the efficiency of our business? Internal Users Investors Should I invest in this business? Employees Can I keep my job at this business? Government How much tax should the business pay? External Users Banks Can the business repay a bank loan? Creditors Can the business repay their debts? Forms of Business Organization: o Proprietorship: 1 owner o Partnership: 2+ owners o Corporation: Many owners called shareholders Shareholders: Investors or organizations that invest cash (usually) into the corporation in exchange for the corporations shares Financial Statement Basics: Financial Statements: Documents produced by businesses (often at the end of an accounting period) that display financial information for different users o Income Statement: Displays how much money the business gained (or lost) over time o Statement of Retained Earnings: Displays changes to the retained earnings account over time o Balance Sheet: Displays a snapshot of the financial position of a business at a particular moment o Statement of Cash Flows: Displays changes to the cash account over time
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