undepreciated cost – book value
depreciation – the process of allocating the cost of an asset to expense over its useful life
procedimiento de consolidación – consolidation procedure
international rule makers – IASB
Any person who agrees to perform a service for a fee and is not subject to the control of those whom he services is called: – Independent contractor
capital account – an account used to summarize the owners equity of a business
Double entry – Basic accounting theory is based on
accurate – conforming exactly or almost exactly to fact or to a standard or performing with total accuracy
events – Happenings that both affect an organization's financial position and can be reliably measured.
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Financial Statements – summary of financial condition and operations
Accounting Cycle Step 1 – Accounting Cycle: Step to analyze transactions. Analyze source documents to determine their effects on the basic accounting equation.
Service revenue – Revenue accounts
Bank Reconciliation – deposit in transit – subtract out deposit for accurate answer.
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Presented below are three different transactions related to materiality. Explain whether you would classify these transactions as material.
(a) Blair Co. has reported a positive trend in earnings over the last 3 years. In the current year, it reduces its bad debt allowance to ensure another positive earnings year. The impact of this adjustment is equal to 3% of net income.
(b) Hindi Co. has an extraordinary gain of $3.1 million on the sale of plant assets and a $3.3 million loss on the sale of investments. It decides to net the gain and loss because the net effect is considered immaterial. Hindi Co.'s income for the current year was $10 million.
(c) Damon Co. expenses all capital equipment under $25,000 on the basis that it is immaterial. The company has followed this practice for a number of years. – A. Yes
Debt Ratio – Ratio of total liabilities to total assets; used to reflect risk associated with a company's debt.
Depreciation – Is the process of allocating the cost of buildings and equipment over their productive lives using a systematic and rational method.
Depreciation Expense xxxx
Accumulated Depreciation xxxx
writing off specific receivables – -the company will write off a receivable when it is determined the amount will not be collected
-write off will not affect expense or total receivable