Table of Contents
PART I: ACCOUNTING FOR A SERVICE BUSINESS ORGANIZED AS A PROPRIETORSHIP.
1. Starting a Proprietorship: Changes That Affect the Accounting Equation.
2. Analyzing Transactions into Debit and Credit Parts.
3. Journalizing Transactions.
4. Posting to a General Ledger.
5. Cash Control Systems.
RA1 Part A: An Accounting Cycle for a Proprietorship: Journalizing and Posting Transactions.
6. Work Sheet and Adjusting Entries for a Service Business.
7. Financial Statements for a Proprietorship.
8. Recording Closing Entries and Preparing a Post-Closing Trial Balance for a Service Business.
RA1 Part B: An Accounting Cycle for a Proprietorship: End-of-Fiscal-Period Work. Simulation Marketing Page for Red Carpet Events.
PART II: ACCOUNTING FOR A MERCHANDISING BUSINESS ORGANIZED AS A CORPORATION.
9. Accounting for Purchases and Cash Payments.
10. Accounting for Sales and Cash Receipts.
11. Transactions Journalized on a General Journal.
12. Preparing Payroll Records.
13. Accounting for Payroll and Payroll Taxes.
RA2 Part A: An Accounting Cycle for a Corporation: Journalizing and Posting Transactions.
14. Accounting for Uncollectible Accounts Receivable.
15. Preparing Adjusting Entries and a Trial Balance.
16. Financial Statements and Closing Entries for a Corporation.
17. Financial Statement Analysis.
RA 2 Part B: An Accounting Cycle for a Corporation: End-of-Fiscal-Period Work. Simulation Marketing Page for Authentic Threads.
App. A: Accounting Concepts.
App. B: Analyzing Nike's Financial Statements.
App. C: Using a Calculator and Computer Keypad.
App. D: Recycling Problems.
App. E: Answers to Audit Your Understanding.