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YORKSGMT 3000stanFall

SGMT 3000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 121 pages long!)

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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture 3: ACTG2010 - Chapter 4

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Income measurement and the objectives of financial reporting. No, it"s rarely possible for one set of financial statements to satisfy all objectives of
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cash Flow Statement, Operating Cash Flow, Cash Flow

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Cash flow, profitability, and the cash flow statement. With cash accounting revenue is recognized when cash is collected and expenses are recognized wh
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Market Liquidity, Cash Flow Statement, Current Asset

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1 Dec 2017
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Cash, receivables, and the time value of money. Internal controls are the policies and procedures that management implements to protect an entity"s ass
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture 3: ACTG2010 - Chapter 3

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Much more judgement is required for accrual accounting than for cash accounting because there is greater uncertainty at the time events are recorded in
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Canada Revenue Agency, Legal Personality, Management Accounting

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1 Dec 2017
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A variety of answers are possible but the essential elements are the production and communication of information so that stakeholders can make decision
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture 2: ACTG2010 - Chapter 2

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With cash accounting, an economic event is recorded only if cash is involved. Under cash accounting income is just the excess of the cash inflows over
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter 1: ACTG2010 - Chapter 10

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1 Dec 2017
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Common shares represent the residual ownership of the entity, and the owners have a claim to the earnings and assets of the entity after the claims of
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter 3: ACTG2010 - Chapter 8

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1 Dec 2017
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A gas station has gas pumps, a cash register, reservoirs (for gas) and other fixtures, signs, racks, and potentially a building and land. A university
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter 4: ACTG2010 - Chapter 11

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1 Dec 2017
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Goodwill is the excess of the price paid for all or part of a company over the fair market value of the identifiable assets less liabilities. It"s only
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture 1: ACTG2010 - Chapter 7

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1 Dec 2017
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Prescription and non-prescription drugs, cosmetics, toiletries, food items. Photocopy paper, exam booklets, stationary, textbooks in the bookstore, foo
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture 4: ACTG2010 - Chapter 9

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Liabilities are present obligations arising from past transactions or economic events that require the entity to sacrifice economic resources to settle
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Lecture 3: ACTG2010 - Chapter 12

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From an entities perspective it"s not possible to identify the most important stakeholder; it depends on the entity"s circumstances. For example, a com
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture 2: Business Law Exam

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1 Dec 2017
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Law is a set of rules and principles guiding conduct in society. Law helps to protect persons and their property, facilitating interactions and providi
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture 2: Beechy5e_V1_Student_Solutions_Ch05

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1 Dec 2017
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Net cash inflow (outflow) from operating activities Disposal of operational asset for cash (at book value) Net cash inflow (outflow) from investing act
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture 3: Cases-in-Strategic-Management-An-Integrated-Approach-9th-Edition

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1 Dec 2017
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Its purpose is to define critical concepts and introduce the main components of the strategic leadership and management process. This chapter serves to
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cash Flow Statement, Operating Cash Flow, Transaction Cost

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1 Dec 2017
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The goal of this assignment is to apply the fundamental analysis tools that we have studied in chapter 6. We will use these tools to analyze a firm"s f
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: First Things, Stephen Covey, The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People

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1 Dec 2017
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Pareto"s law: 80% of the results come from the top 20% most impactful sources. Corresponding rule: only 20% of the results come from the bottom 80% of
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture 2: BasicsTheSectI

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1 Dec 2017
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The quiklearn process is designed to have you: learn quickly, gain greater perspective and tie together related concepts into a whole. It is the core o
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Schulich School Of Business, Session 9, Microsoft Powerpoint

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1 Dec 2017
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Schulich school of business (cid:278)business administration and the law(cid:279) The following preparation guidelines should be adhered to by students
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Earnings Before Interest And Taxes, Cash Flow Statement, Cash Flow

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1 Dec 2017
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This generally includes actual cash on hand (i. e. , kept in a bank account) and cash equivalents (short-term deposits and securities). Investments tha
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YORKACTG 3000Kiridaran Giri KanagaretnamFall

ACTG 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Revenue Recognition, Accounts Receivable, Financial Statement

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In addition, inventory and deferred costs are reduced and charged to cost of sales. Page 269: the following criteria must be satisfied before revenue f
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