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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Franchise Tax, Legal Personality, Dividend

A corporation is a business entity formed under state law and is a distinct entity an artificial person that exists apart from its owners, the stockhol
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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Financial Accounting Standards Board, International Accounting Standards Board, Financial Accounting

Explain why accounting is the language of business: accounting is an information system that measures business activities, processes data into reports,
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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Current Asset, Current Liability, Revenue Recognition

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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Deferral, Market Liquidity, Accrual

Cash-basis accounting records only cash transactions cash receipts (revenues) and cash payments (expenses) Collecting cash later merely swaps the recei
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OSUBA 211Alan FudgeFall

BA 211 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 Financial Transactions

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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Cash Flow, Income Statement

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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Accounts Payable, Deferral, Retained Earnings

The process by which financial statements are prepared. Explain what a transaction is: a transaction is any event that has a financial impact on the bu
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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Accelerated Depreciation, Fixed Asset, Construction

Chapter 7: plant assets, natural resources, and intangibles. Businesses have several types of long-lived assets along with expense accounts associated
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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Perpetual Inventory, Accounts Payable, Barcode

Chapter 6: inventory & cost of goods sold. Show how to account for inventory: a sto(cid:396)e"s (cid:271)ala(cid:374)(cid:272)e sheet (cid:396)epo(cid:
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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, Internal Control, Securities Fraud

Fraud is an intentional misrepresentation of facts, made for the purpose of persuading another party to act in a way that causes injury or damage to th
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OSUBA 211Amy BourneSpring

BA 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Accrual, Accounts Payable, Promissory Note

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OSUBA 211Alan FudgeFall

BA 211 Chapter 1: Chapter 1- The financial statements

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