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- Full title: College Accounting, Chapters 1-27, 23rd (Hardcover), 23rd Edition
- Edition: 23rd
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: Cengage Learning K12
- Author: James A. Heintz; Robert W. Parry
- ISBN: 9780357380611, 9780357380611
- Format: PDF
Description of College Accounting, Chapters 1-27, 23rd (Hardcover), 23rd Edition:
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Table of Contents of College Accounting, Chapters 1-27, 23rd (Hardcover), 23rd Edition PDF ebook:
About the AuthorsChapter-by-Chapter EnhancementsStudent and Instructor ResourcesDedicationAcknowledgementsBrief ContentsContentsPart 1: Accounting for a Service BusinessChapter 1: Introduction to AccountingThe Purpose of AccountingThe Accounting ProcessGenerally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)Three Types of Ownership StructuresTypes of BusinessesCareer Opportunities in AccountingSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeChapter 2: Analyzing Transactions: The Accounting EquationThe Accounting ElementsThe Accounting EquationAnalyzing Business TransactionsEffect of Transactions on the Accounting EquationFinancial StatementsOverview of the Accounting ProcessSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 3: The Double-Entry FrameworkThe T AccountBalancing a T AccountDebits and CreditsTransaction AnalysisThe Trial BalanceSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 4: Journalizing and Posting TransactionsFlow of DataSource DocumentsThe Chart of AccountsThe General JournalThe General LedgerFinding and Correcting Errors in the Trial BalanceSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 5: Adjusting Entries and the Work SheetEnd-of-Period AdjustmentsPosting Adjusting EntriesThe Work SheetFinding Errors on the Work SheetJournalizing Adjusting Entries from the Work SheetMethods of Accounting: Cash, Modified Cash, and AccrualSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 5 Appendix: Depreciation MethodsChapter 6: Financial Statements and the Closing ProcessThe Financial StatementsThe Closing ProcessPost-Closing Trial BalanceThe Accounting CycleSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 6 Appendix: Statement of Cash FlowsComprehensive Problem 1: The Accounting CycleComprehensive Problem 1, Period 2: The Accounting CyclePart 2: Accounting for Cash and PayrollChapter 7: Accounting for CashChecking AccountReconciling the Bank StatementThe Petty Cash FundThe Change Fund and Cash Short and OverSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 7 Appendix: Internal ControlsChapter 8: Payroll Accounting: Employee Earnings and DeductionsEmployees and Independent ContractorsEmployee Earnings and DeductionsPayroll RecordsAccounting for Employee Earnings and DeductionsPayroll Record-Keeping MethodsSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 9: Payroll Accounting: Employer Taxes and ReportsEmployer Payroll TaxesAccounting for Employer Payroll TaxesReporting and Payment ResponsibilitiesWorkers’ Compensation InsuranceSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsPart 3: Accounting for a Merchandising BusinessChapter 10: Accounting for Sales and Cash ReceiptsMerchandise Sales TransactionsMerchandise Sales AccountsJournalizing and Posting Sales and Cash Receipts TransactionsSchedule of Accounts ReceivableSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 11: Accounting for Purchases and Cash PaymentsMerchandise Purchases TransactionsMerchandise Purchases AccountsJournalizing and Posting Purchases and Cash Payments TransactionsSchedule of Accounts PayableSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 11 Appendix: The Net-Price Method of Recording PurchasesChapter 12: Special JournalsSpecial JournalsSales JournalCash Receipts JournalPurchases JournalCash Payments JournalSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 13: Accounting for Merchandise InventoryThe Impact of Merchandise Inventory on Financial StatementsTypes of Inventory Systems: Periodic and PerpetualAssigning Costs to Inventory and Cost of Goods SoldEstimating Ending Inventory and Cost of Goods SoldSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 13 Appendix: Perpetual Inventory Method: LIFO and Moving-Average MethodsChapter 14: Adjustments for a Merchandising BusinessAdjustments for Merchandise Inventory: Periodic Inventory SystemAdjustment for Unearned RevenueAdjustments for a Merchandising BusinessAdjusting EntriesAdjusting Entries under the Perpetual Inventory SystemSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 14 Appendix: Expense Method of Accounting for Prepaid ExpensesChapter 15: Financial Statements and Year-End Accounting for a Merchandising BusinessThe Income StatementThe Statement of Owner’s EquityBalance SheetFinancial Statement AnalysisClosing EntriesReversing EntriesSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsComprehensive Problem 2: Accounting Cycle with Subsidiary Ledgers, Part 1Comprehensive Problem 2: Accounting Cycle with Subsidiary Ledgers, Part 2Part 4: Specialized Accounting Procedures for Merchandising Businesses and PartnershipsChapter 16: Accounting for Accounts ReceivableAllowance MethodEstimating and Writing Off UncollectiblesDirect Write-Off MethodSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 17: Accounting for Notes and InterestThe Promissory NoteCalculating Interest and Determining Due DateAccounting for Notes Receivable TransactionsAccounting for Notes Payable TransactionsSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 18: Accounting for Long-Term AssetsAcquisition Cost of Property, Plant, and EquipmentDepreciationDepreciation MethodsRepairs, Maintenance, Additions, Improvements, and Replacements to Plant and EquipmentDisposal of Plant AssetsNatural ResourcesIntangible AssetsSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 19: Accounting for PartnershipsTypes of Partnerships and How They Are FormedAccounting for Initial InvestmentsPartner Compensation and the Allocation of Net IncomeStatements for PartnershipsDissolution of a PartnershipLiquidation of a PartnershipSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsComprehensive Problem 3: Specialized Accounting ProceduresPart 5: Accounting for Corporations and Manufacturing BusinessesChapter 20: Corporations: Organization and Capital StockThe CorporationStockholders’ Equity and Types of Capital StockCapital Stock TransactionsStockholders’ Equity SectionSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 21: Corporations: Taxes, Earnings, Distributions, and the Statement of Retained EarningsCorporate Income TaxesThe Retained Earnings AccountAccounting for Dividends and Stock SplitsRestriction of Retained EarningsStatement of Retained EarningsSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 22: Corporations: BondsTypes of Bonds and Determination of Sales PriceAccounting for Bonds Issued at Face ValueAccounting for Bonds Issued at a PremiumAccounting for Bonds Issued at a DiscountAccounting for Bond Redemption and Sinking FundsSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 22 Appendix: Effective Interest MethodChapter 23: Statement of Cash FlowsNature and Purpose of the Statement of Cash FlowsOperating, Investing, and Financing ActivitiesInformation Needed to Prepare a Statement of Cash FlowsStatement of Cash Flows: Direct vs. Indirect MethodsCash Flows from Operating Activities: Indirect MethodPreparation of a Statement of Cash Flows under the Indirect Method: SimplexPreparation of a Statement of Cash Flows under the Indirect Method: MultiplexInterpreting the Statement of Cash FlowsSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 23 Appendix: Statement of Cash Flows: The Direct MethodChapter 24: Analysis of Financial StatementsComparative AnalysisLiquidity MeasuresActivity MeasuresProfitability MeasuresLeverage MeasuresAnother Look at ROA and ROEMarket MeasuresLimitations of Financial Statement AnalysisSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 25: Departmental AccountingDepartmental AccountingDepartmental Gross ProfitDepartmental Operating IncomeDepartmental Direct Operating MarginSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 26: Manufacturing Accounting: The Job Order Cost SystemManufacturing CostsInventoriesFinancial Statement EffectsJob Order Cost AccountingProcess Cost AccountingSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsChapter 27: Adjustments, Financial Statements, and Year-End Accounting for a Manufacturing BusinessThe Spreadsheet for a Manufacturing CompanyAdjustmentsFinancial StatementsJournal EntriesSelf-StudyApplying Your KnowledgeAnswers to Self-Study Test QuestionsIndex