ACC 290 E3-4 E3-9 P3-5A P3-6A
ACC 290 E3-4
ACC 290 E3-9 Pickert Real Estate
ACC 290 P3-5A Sunflower
ACC 290 P3-6A Slocombe
ACC 290 Week 3 Individual Assignment Week Three Problems and Exercises
ACC 290 Week 3 Work
ACC 290 Week 5 Exercises BE5-1, BE5-2, BE6-5, BE6-7, BE7-4, BE7-6
ACC 290 Final Exam
ACC 291 is the second class in a series of accounting courses. This guide leads you through a variety of scenarios that have you perform calculations using accounting formulas and ratios. This course can be time consuming and the assignment numbers change often. Please check some of the assignments below before purchasing.
ACC 291 Week 2 Assignments (Includes all Week 2 Assignments listed below.)
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AE8-1
Presented below are selected transactions of Pale Force Company. Pale Force sells in large quantities to other companies and also sells its product in a small retail outlet.
March 1 Sold merchandise on account to CC Company for $3,700, terms 4/10, n/30.
March 3 CC Company returned merchandise worth $400 to Pale Force.
March 9 Pale Force collected the amount due from CC Company from the March 1 sale.
March 15 Pale Force sold merchandise for $300 in its retail outlet. The customer used his Pale Force credit card.
March 31 Pale Force added 2% monthly interest to the customer's credit card balance.
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AE8-5
At December 31, 2010, Braddock Company had a balance of $14,820 in the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts. During 2011, Braddock wrote off accounts totaling $13,490. One of those accounts ($1,670) was later collected. At December 31, 2011, an aging schedule indicated that the balance in the Allowance for Doubtful Accounts should be $18,640.
Prepare journal entries to record the 2011 transactions of Braddock Company.
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AE8-6
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AE9-5
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AE9-6
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AP8-1A
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AP9-3A
ACC 291 Week 2 Homework AP9-6A
ACC 291 Week 3 Assignments (Includes all Week 3 Assignments listed below.)
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AE10-3
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AE10-5
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AE10-6
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AE10-12
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AP10-1A
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AP10-4A
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AP10-6A
ACC 291 WEEK 3 AP10-8A
ACC 291 Week 4 Assignments (Includes all Week 4 Assignments listed below.)
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-3
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-4
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-5
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-6
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-7
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-8
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-10
ACC 291 Week 4 Homework AE11-13
ACC 400 Week 1 Individual Current and Noncurrent Assets Paper
Prepare a 700-1050 word paper comparing and contrasting current and noncurrent assets. In your paper, address the following:
ACC 400 Week 2 Individual Assignment Chapter 8 3 and 4 E8-5 Chapter 9 Exercise E9-9
Chapter 8: Question 3
Chapter 8: Question 4
Chapter 8: Exercise E8-5
Chapter 9: Exercise E9.9
ACC 400 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Ch 7 Exercise E7-2 and Problem Set B P7-2B
Chapter 7: Exercise E7-2
Identify the six principles of internal control and give an example of each principle that you might observe when picking up your pizza.
Chapter 7: Problem Set B: P7-2B
the head usher
the financial secretary
the finance committee.
ACC 400 Week 3: E-text Individual Assignments Chapter 10: Questions 1, 7, 8, and 19
Chapter 10: Brief Exercise: BE10-1
For each obligation, indicate whether it should be classified as a current liability.
Chapter 10: Financial Reporting Problem: BYP10-1
Chapter 11: Ethics Case: BYP11-10
Financial and Managerial Accounting: The Basis for Business Decisions 13th edition
Chapter 11: Internet Assignment 11-1
ACC 400 Week 5 Final Exam
Major modification and installation costs will be $1,200. What is the amount of the cost basis for this asset?
D.) $5,500 solution: 5000 + 500 = 5500
5-year Bonds Payable 8% $1,000,000
Bond Interest Payable 50,000
Premium on Bonds Payable 100,000
Notes Payable (3 mo.) 40,000
Notes Payable (5 yr.) 165,000
Mortgage Payable ($15,000 due currently) 200,000
Salaries Payable 18,000
Taxes Payable (due 3/15 of next yr) 25,000
The total long-term liabilities reported on the balance sheet are
A.) It may buy, own, and sell property.
B.) It may sue and be sued.
C.) The acts of its owners bind the corporation.
D.) It may enter into binding legal contracts in its own name.
D.) $ 900
A.) Budgeting enhances management responsibility.
B.) Budgeting assigns decision-making responsibilities.
C.) Budgeting prevents net losses from occurring.
D.) Budgeting coordinates activities among subunits of the organization
A.) The balance in the Vehicles account was correctly stated.
B.) The balance in the Vehicles account was overstated.
C.) The expenses for the period were overstated.
D.) The net income for the period was understated.
A.) contingent liabilities.
D.) current liabilities.
A.) Expropriation of property by a foreign government
B.) Losses attributed to a labor strike
C.) Write-down of inventories
D.) Gains or losses from sales of equipment
A.) are hired by CPA firms to audit business firms.
B.) are employees of the IRS who evaluate the internal controls of companies filing tax returns.
C.) evaluate the system of internal controls for the companies that employ them.
D.) cannot evaluate the system of internal controls of the company that employs them because they are not independent.
A.) by ending common stockholders equity.
B.) by average common stockholders equity.
C.) less preferred dividends by ending common stockholders equity.
D.) less preferred dividends by average common stockholders
A.) bonding the employees.
B.) getting the owner actively involved.
C.) hiring only honest employees.
D.) holding one person responsible for a given set of transactions.
A.) credit to Cash of $392.
B.) debit to Cash of $400.
C.) debit to Service Charge Expense of $8.
D.) credit to Service Charge Expense of $8.
Retained earnings (beginning) $1,000
Net loss 100
Cash dividends declared 100
Stock dividends declared 50
What is its ending retained earnings balance?
A.) when an individual account is written off.
B.) when the loss is known.
C.) for an amount the company estimates it will not collect
D.) several times during the accounting period.
__ __ method and the __ ___ method.
ACC 400 Week 5 Horizontal Analysis
ACC 400 Week 5 Individual Assignment Assignments From the Readings
Case 13-4 Application of SFAC No. 13
On January 1, 2006, Lani Company entered into a non-cancellable lease for a machine to be used in its manufacturing operations. The lease transfers ownership of the machine to Lani by the end of the lease term. The term of the lease is eight years. The minimum lease payment made by Lani on January 1, 2006, was one of eight equal annual payments. At the inception of the lease, the criteria established for classification as a capital lease by the lessee were met.
Case 13-5 Lease Classifications
Doherty Company leased equipment from Lambert Company. The classification of the lease makes a difference in the amounts reflected on the balance sheet and income statement of both Doherty and Lambert.
ACC 400 Week 5 Team Assignment Vertical Analysis