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BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Profit Margin, Deferral, Historical Cost

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5 Apr 2012
445
Chapter 1 overview of corporate financial reporting. Business plan to profit from selling a product or service. Can be an individual or thousands of ow
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Canadian Dollar, Subledger, Interest

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5 Apr 2012
93
Chapter 4 revenue recognition and statement of earnings. Corporate managers engage in three general types of activities: financing, investing, and oper
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Mortgage Loan, Actuary, Treasury Stock

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5 Apr 2012
82
Chapter 8 capital assets tangible and intangible. Capital assets: assets with lives longer than a year (or operating cycle) that are used in the compan
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

Chapter 4

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1 Dec 2011
48
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cash Flow Statement, Cash Cash, Cash Flow

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17 Aug 2012
27
Users will look at the operating activities to see whether it is generating a positive cash flow because this is the factor determining growth. Under t
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

Chapter 3

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1 Dec 2011
38
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cash Flow Statement, Deferral, Retained Earnings

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17 Aug 2012
26
Chapter 2: analyzing transactions and their effects on fs. How does sets of transactions affect company"s accounts. Basic accounting equation: assets =
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Retained Earnings, Accounting Information System, T29 Heavy Tank

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17 Aug 2012
27
We need to understand how to store and analyze accounting data because they shows the financial statement of the company. Synoptic journal: recording o
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

Chapter 6

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1 Dec 2011
29
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Revenue Recognition, Cash Flow, Retained Earnings

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17 Aug 2012
28
Chapter 4: revenue recognition and statement of earnings. Cash-to-cash cycle: operating cycles: all normal, day-to-day activities that mostly involve c
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SFUBUS 251Steve GibsonFall

Chapter 1

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1 Dec 2011
28
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BUS 251 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Accounts Receivable, Retained Earnings, Financial Statement

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8 Aug 2016
8
The four main financial statements contained in all annual reports are the statement of income, the statement of changes in equity, the statement of fi
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