Accounting I Chapters 1 Thru 9 Century 21 Accounting

Break-even point – Where revenue equal expenses
colocaciones de fondos a vencer – investments to become due
chart of accounts – számlatükör
computerized accounting system – When accounting information is processed by recording it into a computer.
current liabilities – Obligations the company is to pay within the coming year.
Usually list notes payable first, followed by accounts payable.
Credit card sales – A sale in which a credit card is used for the total amount of the sale at the time of the transaction
stockholder – one of the owners of a corporation
Bookkeeping – a part of accounting that involves only the recording of economic events
I only need to clear cookies and cache once at the start of the class. That is sufficient for preventing problems that I might have with Canvas and/or Honorlock during the course. 
Account – a device for recording the changes (increases or decreases) in the fundamental accounting elements.
interest – face value x interest rate x portion of year
A manufacturing plant produces two product lines: football equipment and hockey equipment. Direct costs for the football equipment line are the:
a. beverages provided daily in the plant break room
b. monthly lease payments for a specialized piece of equipment needed to manufacture the football helmet
c. salaries of the clerical staff that work in the company administrative offices
d. utilities paid for the manufacturing plant – b. monthly lease payments for a specialized piece of equipment needed to manufacture the football helmet
Days in Inventory – Measure of the average number of days inventory is held; calculated as 365 divided by inventory turnover ratio.
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Understandability – presented clearly and concisely
Loan raised – Cash from customers

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