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By Charles T. Horngren, Walter T. Harrison Jr., M. Suzanne Oliver

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With its tried-and-true framework and revered writer staff, Horngren/Harrison/Oliver's Accounting—when mixed with MyAccountingLab—is the depended on selection for teachers and scholars of rules of Accounting.

Accounting and the enterprise surroundings;
Recording company Transactions;
The Adjusting procedure;
Completing the Accounting Cycle;
Merchandising Operations;
Merchandise stock;
Internal keep watch over and money;
Receivables;
Plant resources and Intangibles;
Current Liabilities and Payroll;
Long-Term Liabillities, Bonds Payable, and type of Liabilities at the stability Sheet;
Corporations, Paid-In Capital, and the stability Sheet;
Corporations: results on Retained profits and the source of revenue assertion;
Statement of money Flows;
Financial assertion research;
Statement of money Flows;
Financial assertion research;
Introduction to administration Accounting;
Job Order and procedure Costing;
Activity-Based Costing and different Cost-Management instruments;
Cost-Volume-Profit research;
Short-Term company judgements;
Capital funding judgements and the Time price of cash;
The grasp price range and accountability Accounting;
Flexible Budgets and traditional charges;
Performance overview and the Balanced Scorecard marketplace:

For an individual attracted to studying the foundations of accounting.

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The state grants a charter (articles of incorporation), which is the document that gives the state’s permission to form a corporation. This is called authorization because the state “authorizes” or approves the establishment of the corporate entity. A proprietorship is a business entity that is not formally “created” by registering with a state agency. It is formed when one individual decides to create a business. It is an entity that exists apart from its owner. However, the proprietorship has many of the rights that a person has.

Remember, ● ● net income means total revenues are greater than total expenses. net loss means total expenses are greater than total revenues. Net income is good news, net loss is bad news. What was the result of Smart Touch’s operations during April? Good news—the business earned net income of $5,200 (see the first part of Exhibit 1-7 on the next page). Statement of Owner’s Equity The statement of owner’s equity (shown in the first overlay of Exhibit 1-7) shows the changes in capital for a business entity during a time period, such as a month, quarter, or year.

Net income is good news, net loss is bad news. What was the result of Smart Touch’s operations during April? Good news—the business earned net income of $5,200 (see the first part of Exhibit 1-7 on the next page). Statement of Owner’s Equity The statement of owner’s equity (shown in the first overlay of Exhibit 1-7) shows the changes in capital for a business entity during a time period, such as a month, quarter, or year. Capital increases when the business has ● ● owner contributions of capital, or a net income (revenues exceed expenses).

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