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ACC 333- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 93 pages long!)
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Winter 2015

Department
Accounting
Course Code
ACC 333
Professor
Douglas Kong
Study Guide
Final

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Ryerson
ACC 333
Final EXAM
STUDY GUIDE
ACC 340
KEY CONCEPTS:
1. Inter-Statement Ratios
2. Cash Flow Statement
3. Continuity Formula
4. Statement of Retained Earnings
5. Taxation on Small Businesses
6. Financing Based on B.E. Lifecycle
7. Equity + Debt Financing
8. )nvestor’s Share Formula Diluted Equity %
9. Internal Sources of Funds
10. AMEV Formula
11. Pecking Order Theory
12. Formula for Investing Surplus Cash
13. Cost Behaviours
14. Direct vs. Indirect Costs
15. Responsibility Centres
16. CVP Analysis
17. Operating Budget
18. Flexible vs. Fixed Budgets
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19. Variance Analysis
1
WEEK 8: Cash Flow Statement
M14E - Balance Sheet IV Business Performance Criteria
1. Growth - IS
2. Profitability - IS
3. Cash Flow - CFS
4. Liquidity - BS
5. Solvency - BS
Intra-Statement Ratios
Focused on aiding liquidity and solvency
Degree of liquidity: how quickly an item can be converted
into cash without a material
discount - assesses ability to access cash quickly in the short-
term
Clear focus on the short-term
Working Capital
Working Capital = CA - CL
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[ACC 333] Comprehensive winter guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com ACC 340 KEY CONCEPTS: 1. Inter-Statement Ratios 2. Cash Flow Statement 3. Continuity Formula 4. Statement of Retained Earnings 5. Taxation on Small Businesses 6. Financing Based on B.E. Lifecycle 7. Equity + Debt Financing 8. )nvestor’s Share Formula ▯Diluted Equity %▯ 9. Internal Sources of Funds 10. AMEV Formula 11. Pecking Order Theory 12. Formula for Investing Surplus Cash 13. Cost Behaviours 14. Direct vs. Indirect Costs 15. Responsibility Centres 16. CVP Analysis 17. Operating Budget 18. Flexible vs. Fixed Budgets find more resources at oneclass.com
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