Accounting III & IV

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Objectives

Chapter 1

Use accounting principles and records. Journalize and post transactions in the purchases and cash payment journal.

Chapter 2

Journalize and post sales and cash receipts transactions.

Chapter 3

Complete payroll recorods for employee earnings and deductions.

Chapter 4

Prepare end-of-fiscal-period work for a corporation.

Chapter 5

Record transactions using a voucher system.

Chapter 6

Estimate inventory.

Chapter 7

Record transactions for uncollectible accounts.

Chapter 8

Calculate and journalize transactions for plant assets.

Chapter 9

Journalize transactions for notes payable, prepaid expenses, and accrued expenses.

Chapter 10

Journalize transactions for notes receivable and unearned and accrued revenue.

Chapter 11

Record stock-related transactions.

Chapter 12

record stock-related transactions.

Chapter 13

Prepare end-of-fiscal-period work for a corporation.

Chapter 14

Prepare cash budgets and performance reports for a corporation.

Chapter 15

Determine the break even point and make decisions that affect net income.

Chapter 16

Determine business decisions using present values.

Chapter 17

Calculate earnings performance and efficiency analysis.

Chapter 18

Prepare the operating activities section of a statement of cash flows.

Chapter 19

Maintain manufacturing records.

Chapter 20

Journalize manufacturing accounting transactions. 

Chapter 21

Create a partnership.

Chapter 22

Liquidate a partnership.

Chapter 23

Journalize transactions for not-for-profit organizations.

Chapter 24

Prepare financial statements for a government organizations.​

 

Power Standards

1.2.1.14-Describe the different forms of business ownership and the advantages and disadvantages of each form.

1.4a.1.1-Describe and explain the conceptual framework of accounting and generally accepted accounting principles and assumptions.

1.4b.1.3-Explain the difference between the periodic and perpetual inventory methods.

1.4b.1.7-Determine the costs of property, plant and equipment, natural resources, and intangible assets.

1.4d.1.2-Identify and describe the different classes of stock and explain the rights afforded each class of stock.

1.5.1.10-Prepare the financial statements for different types of business operations and ownership structures.

1.6b.1.1-Explain how accounting information facilitates management decision-making.

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