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LSUACCT 2101elizabeth briggsSpring

ACCT 2101 Chapter 12: 12_Time Value of Money

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16 Apr 2018
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In order to move forward to module 13 (chapter 12 planning for capital investments), it is important for you to have a basic understanding of the time
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ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Budget, Variable Cost, European Cooperation In Science And Technology

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12 Apr 2018
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Cpt 10: budgetary control, use of budgets in controlling operations, takes place in budget reports that compare actual results with planned objectives.
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ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sunk Costs, Opportunity Cost, Decision Rule

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16 Apr 2018
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Identify the problem and assign responsibility: determine and evaluate possible courses of action, make a decision, review the results of the decision.
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ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Long-Range Planning, Direct Labor Cost, Budget

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12 Apr 2018
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Formal written statement of a managements plan for a specified time expressed in financial terms: roll of accounting during the budgeting process is to
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ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Direct Labor Cost

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12 Apr 2018
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Standard costs: offer the following advantages to a organization. They promote greater economy (cid:271)y (cid:373)aki(cid:374)g e(cid:373)ployees (cid
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ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Budget, Income Statement

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16 Apr 2018
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A budget is a formal written statement of management"s plans for a specified time period, expressed in financial terms. The role of accounting during t
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LSUACCT 2101elizabeth briggsSpring

ACCT 2101 Chapter 13: 13_Planning for Capital Investments

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16 Apr 2018
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Module 13 covers chapter 12 of the textbook. While accrual accounting has advantages over cash accounting in many contexts, for purposes of capital bud
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LSUACCT 2101elizabeth briggsSpring

ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Compound Interest, Interest, Interest Rate

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12 Apr 2018
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Is payment for the use of another person money: amount borrowred (invested) amount repaid (collected, usually stated as a rate over a specific period o
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LSUACCT 2101elizabeth briggsSpring

ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sunk Costs

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12 Apr 2018
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Identify the problem and assign responsibility: determine and evaluate possible courses of action, make a decision (usually when accountants contribute
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LSUACCT 2101elizabeth briggsSpring

ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Income Statement, Income Approach, Budget

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16 Apr 2018
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The use of budgets in controlling operations is known as budgetary control. Such control takes place by means of budget reports that compare actual res
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LSUACCT 2101elizabeth briggsSpring

ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Direct Labor Cost, Board Foot, Cost Accounting

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16 Apr 2018
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In concept, standards and budgets are essentially the same. Both are predetermined costs and both contribute significantly to management planning and c
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ACCT 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Direct Labor Cost, Opportunity Cost, Transfer Pricing

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