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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

Chapter 9 Notes

OC26027 Page
10 Jan 2011
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Cash Flow Statement, Current Liability, Current Asset

OC26026 Page
10 Jan 2011
43
N provide information on the success or failure of a business. However, some people are critical of accrual-based net earnings because these earnings r
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

Chapter 10 Notes

OC26026 Page
10 Jan 2011
71
N with line of credit, bank simply covers any cheques written in excess of the bank account balance, up to the approved credit limit. N most notes are
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Profit Margin

OC26026 Page
10 Jan 2011
45
N when a change is made, it is classified as either voluntary or mandatory. Intracompany basis: this basis compares an item or financial relationship i
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Bulk Barn, Deferred Income, Promissory Note

Brigitte Tran11 Page
18 Apr 2017
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Bulk Barn, Book Value, Intangible Asset

Brigitte Tran8 Page
18 Apr 2017
0
Long-lived assets: resources owned by business/used in operations to produce benefits over several years . Fixed asset turnover ratio: net sales (or op
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

Chapter 11 Notes

OC26027 Page
10 Jan 2011
58
Chapter 11 reporting and analyzing shareholders" equity notes. N may be classified in variety of ways two common classifications are by purpose and by
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter 10: Current Liabilities

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14 Sep 2017
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenWinter

MGAB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Zero-Coupon Bond, Premium Bond, Current Liability

Brigitte Tran16 Page
18 Apr 2017
0
Non-current liabilities: all of entity"s obligations not classified as current liabilities, >1 year. Debt doesn"t dilute ownership/control of company s
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter 11: Bonds

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14 Sep 2017
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenSummer

MGAB02H3 Chapter 5: Statement of Cash Flows

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14 Sep 2017
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UTSCMGAB02H3Liang ChenFall

Time Value of Money

OC291016 Page
10 Oct 2011
23
If someone were to ask you if you would rather have today or next year, your answer would be. Your answer is based on the time value of money. The di
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