amortization – recognizes expense for intangible assets with identifiable useful lives
Stable monetary unit assumption – states that accounting information should be measured and reported in the national monetary unit without any adjustment for changes in purchasing power.
Information for each transaction recorded in a journal – Entry
Yummy Inc. has beginning retained earnings of $10,000, net income of $50,000, and dividend payments of $5,000; therefore, the ending retained earnings is $55,000. – True
Purchase invoice – A document that supports each credit purchase.
cost of merchandise – the price a business pays for goods it purchases to sell
monetary unit assumption – items on financial statement are measured in monetary units EX: US dollars
partnership – a business owned by two or more individuals; the organization form often used by accounting firms and law firms.
It costs no money to bid in a penny auction.
Money paid for the use of money is called – Interest
Secondary market – The trading of securities after they have been issued
Periodicity Assumption – An assumption that the life of a business can be divided into artificial time periods and that useful reports covering those periods can be prepared for the business
It cоsts nо mоney to bid in а penny аuction.
for the period ended- covers a period of time- month, quarter, year – dates on Income Statement, Retained Earnings Statement, and Statement of Cash Flows
Equity (Shareholder's) – This is what the company "owes" to it's owners and is calculated as the difference between assets and liabilities.
Kd – Cost of debt
=debt * (1-tax)
=debt * (1-tax)
Cash Receipts Journal. – A book of original entries in which only cash receipts are recorded.
current asset – an asset that is expected to be realized in cash or sold or consumed during the operating cycle or within one year if the cycle is shorter than one year