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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Revenue Recognition, Measurement Uncertainty, The Need

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Fundamental qualities: make accounting info useful for decision making. Relevance: capable of making a difference in a decision. Predictive value: help
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Perpetual Inventory, Retained Earnings, Gross Profit

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16 Apr 2017
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Inventory system: perpetual vs. periodic, inventory issues: How to distinguish between costs included in i/s and costs included in b/s? (i. e. , what c
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Retained Earnings, Income Statement

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13 Apr 2017
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Usefulness: evaluate past performance and profitability, predict future performance, assess potential risk in achieving future cash flows. Limitations:
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Write-Off, Accrued Interest, Retained Earnings

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15 Apr 2017
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Finance Charge, Promissory Note, Effective Interest Rate

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13 Apr 2017
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Short-term receivables are reported at their net realizable value (nrv): the net amount of cash expected to be collected, which is not necessarily the
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Intangible Asset, Book Value, Impaired Asset

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16 Apr 2017
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Intangible assets must meet all of the following characteristics: Chapter 12: they are identifiable, having at least one of the following characteristi
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Overdraft, Income Statement

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13 Apr 2017
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Financial Statement, Consignor, Consignee

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13 Apr 2017
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Chapter 6: revenue recognition planning: asset-liability approach (ifrs, earnings approach (aspe, services and long-term contracts (app 6a) (a) percent
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COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Capital Account, Deferral, Deferred Income

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16 Apr 2017
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Under ifrs, borrowing costs that can be directly attributed to acquisition, construction, or development of qualifying assets should be capitalized. Un
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UWCOMM321William Peter Thomas BlakeWinter

COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Matching Principle, Natural Resource, Income Statement

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16 Apr 2017
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Depreciation (also known as amortization) is a means of cost allocation. It is not a method of valuation. Allocating the depreciable amount of pp&e to
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COMM321 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: General Ledger, Capital Asset, Accounting

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13 Apr 2017
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To record or enter an amount on the left side. To record or enter an amount on the right side. A = l + se se: cs + re re: re(t-1) +ni div ni: rev exp.
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