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PSUACCTG 211Collinsand SohnFall

ACCTG 211 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 46 Page Final Exam Study Guide - Fall 2015

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Net Present Value, Cash Flow, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Payback Period, Capital Budgeting, Cash Flow

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Sunk Costs, Income Approach, Profit Margin

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Market Power, Target Costing, Profit Margin

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Income Statement

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Fixed Cost, Variable Cost, Weighted Arithmetic Mean

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Finished Good, Income Statement, Financial Statement

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Gondi People, Income Statement, Fixed Cost

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ACCTG 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Financial Statement, Management Accounting

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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Offshoring, Opportunity Cost, Target Costing

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Chapter 8 relevant costs for short-term decisions. How do managers make decisions: define business goals, identify alternative courses of action, gathe
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PSUACCTG 211Collinsand SohnFall

ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Income Statement, Variable Cost, Toyota Electronic Modulated Suspension

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Chapter 2 building blocks of managerial accounting. Triple bottom line: the company"s performance is evaluated not only in terms of profitability, but
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cash Cash, Accounts Payable, Purchase Order

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Chapter 5 the purchase and sale of inventory. The operating cycle for a merchandising firm is a series of business activities that describe how a compa
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Financial Statement, Income Statement, Matching Principle

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Acctg211 chapter 2 qualities of accounting information. Net profit: equals all revenues minus all expenses. Information is useful if it is relevant, re
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Treasury Stock, Preferred Stock, Retained Earnings

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Components of shareholders" equity in a corporation contributed capital. There are three general forms of business organizations: sole proprietorships,
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Variable Cost, Fixed Cost, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes

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Cost behavior: how costs change as volume changes. Three of the most common cost behaviors: variable costs, fixed costs, mixed costs. Variable costs: c
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Budget, Strategic Planning, Safety Stock

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All companies and organizations use budgets to plan for the future and control the revenues and expenses related to those plans. Strategic planning: in
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Accelerated Depreciation, Financial Statement, Income Statement

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Chapter 6 acquisition and use of long-term assets. Long-term assets are used in the operation of business. Long-term assets = computers, copy machines,
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ACCTG 211 Chapter 9: ACCTG211 Direct and Indirect Method Equations

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Cash received from customers = sales changes in accounts receivable. Cash paid to employees (accrued liability) = salary expense change in salaries pay
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ACCTG 211 Chapter 7: ACCTG211 Book Notes Chapter 7 (Managerial)

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Cost-volume-profit analysis: expresses the relationships among costs, volume, and the company"s profit. Managers use cvp analysis to determine the sale
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Cash Flow, Income Statement, Accounts Receivable

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Chapter 9 preparing and analyzing the statement of cash flows. The importance of the statement of cash flows. The statement of cash flows shows all of
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ACCTG 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Net Present Value, Payback Period, Capital Budgeting

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Chapter 12 capital investment decisions and the time value of money. The process of making capital investment decisions is often referred to as capital
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