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LAURENTIANACCT-4021ELKayla LevesqueFall

ACCT-4021EL Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Capital Gain, Canada, Italy

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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Depreciation, Accounting, Current Liability

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Summary: explain how the double -entry accounting system works, including how it overcomes the limitations of the temple approach. Every transaction mu
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Final: Accounting final review chater 10

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It is very important for users to have an awareness and understanding of potential liabilities such as contractual commitments or the possible outcomes
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Intangible Asset, Impaired Asset, Book Value

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Also known as capital assets : property, plant and equipment (ta) Tangible assets: physical presence, such as land, buildings, machinery, furniture, co
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Consignor, Consignee, Current Asset

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Any item purchased by a company for real to customers or to be used in the manufacturing of another product. All companies with the exception of servic
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Revolving Credit, Current Liability, Working Capital

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It is a present obligation of the entity: the company expects to settle it through an out ow of resources that represent future economic bene ts, the o
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Retained Earnings, Authorised Capital, Share Capital

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Shares are purchased as part of their investment portfolios, directly by purchasing shares or indirectly by investing in mutual funds. Sc represents th
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Finished Good, Stockout, Debenture

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Any item purchased by a company for real to customers or to be used in the manufacturing of another product. All companies with the exception of servic
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Bank Statement, Current Liability

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Ensures that difference between the accounting records for cash and the bank statement received from the bank are identi ed, explained and recorded whe
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LAURENTIANACCT-4021ELKayla LevesqueFall

ACCT-4021EL Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Income Tax, Canada, Italy

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Income comes from 5 broad sources: employment income - income from serving as an employee. Only 50% of capital gains are taxable: business income, prop
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LAURENTIANACCT-1001ELLeslie BeaudoinWinter

ACCT-1001EL Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Depreciation, Accounting, Current Liability

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Summary: explain how the double -entry accounting system works, including how it overcomes the limitations of the temple approach. Every transaction mu
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LAURENTIANACCT-1106ELJoanne RyanFall

ACCT-1106EL Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Digital Evidence, The Seller, Consignee

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