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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongWinter

ACTG 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-7: Cash Flow Statement, Free Cash Flow, Cash Flow

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3 Jan 2013
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Cash cycle: the cycle of investing cash in resources, providing goods and services to customers, and collecting cash from customers. Cash lag: the dela
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongWinter

ACTG 2010 Chapter 7: ACTG2010 Chapter 7 Notes

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8 May 2016
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gross Margin, Cash Flow, Net Income

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12 Jul 2016
15
Accounts receivable- money owed to the company who received g/s but haven"t paid for them yet. Inventory- merchandise that the company has available fo
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongWinter

ACTG 2010 Chapter 3: ACTG2010 Chapter 3 Notes

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7 May 2016
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Blue Triangle, Marginal Utility, Social Cost

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12 Jul 2016
2
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ACTG 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: International Financial Reporting Standards, Financial Audit, Independent People

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8 Apr 2014
23
Making good business decisions is almost impossible without relevant accounting info. Accounting can also be relevant for personal decisions. Business
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter 1: ACTG2010 - Chapter 10

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1 Dec 2017
0
Common shares represent the residual ownership of the entity, and the owners have a claim to the earnings and assets of the entity after the claims of
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter 3: ACTG2010 - Chapter 8

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1 Dec 2017
0
A gas station has gas pumps, a cash register, reservoirs (for gas) and other fixtures, signs, racks, and potentially a building and land. A university
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter 4: ACTG2010 - Chapter 11

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1 Dec 2017
0
Goodwill is the excess of the price paid for all or part of a company over the fair market value of the identifiable assets less liabilities. It"s only
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Absolute Advantage, Capital Accumulation, Marginal Utility

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12 Jul 2016
3
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongFall

ACTG 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Financial Statement, Faithful Representation, Conceptual Framework

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6 Jul 2016
8
Financial statement package o o o o. Statement of cash flows: notes to the financial statements. Provides a structure for creating new accounting stand
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YORKACTG 2010Douglas KongWinter

Chapter 4 Notes.docx

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8 Feb 2013
15
There are two approaches to revenue recognition: the critical-event approach: identifies a point in the earnings process as the appropriate time to rec
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