Accounting & Finance III Assignments (subject to change)

May 6

Reinforcement 2A

  • Objective: Review and reinforce journalizing with special journals and payroll activities
  • For a grade: Have your journals and ledgers on specified dates.
    • Dec 8, 14, 20, 29, 31
    • The transaction on Dec 28 will be journalized in the Cash Payments Journal.
    • The totals on Dec 29 from the Cash Payments journal will be posted.

Apr 24

Chapter 13

  • Objective: Perform accounting activities related to payroll and taxes
  • Work Together and On Your Own Problems p381, 386, 391, 397
    • Submit each problem for grading before moving to the next problem.
  • Submit assignments as follows
    • Study Guide
    • Problems 1-2
    • Problem 3
    • Problems 4, M, C

Apr 22

Chapter 12

  • Objective: Perform accounting activities related to payroll
  • Recycling Problem

Mar 28

Chapter 12

  • Objective: Perform accounting activities related to payroll
  • Work Together and On Your Own Problems p350, 357, 363, 368
    • Submit each problem for grading before moving to the next problem.
  • Submit assignments as follows
    • Study Guide
    • Problem 1
    • Problems 2-4
    • Problem M
    • Problem S
    • Problem C

Mar 25

Chapter 11: Recycling Problem

  • Objective: Accounting for purchases, sales and dividends transactions using a General Journal.

Mar 22

Resume Quiz in Google Classroom

Mar 8

Chapter 11

  • Objective: Accounting for purchases, sales and dividends transactions using a General Journal.
  • Work Together and On Your Own Problems p326, 331, 336
    • Submit each problem for grading before moving to the next problem.
  • Submit assignments as follows
    • Study Guide
    • Problems 1-2
    • Problem 3-M.1
    • Problem M.2
    • Problem C

Mar 6-7

Test: Chapter 10

  • Objective: Analyze purchase transactions for a merchandising business using the purchases, cash payments, and general journals.

Mar 4-5

Chapter 10: Recycling Problem

  • Objective: Analyze purchase transactions for a merchandising business using the purchases, cash payments, and general journals.
  • Completed in groups

Feb 8

Chapter 10

  • Objective: Analyze purchase transactions for a merchandising business using the purchases, cash payments, and general journals.
  • Submit the following separate from each other
    • Study Guide
    • Work Together Problems 1-4
    • Problems 1-4
      • Submit after each problem
    • Problem M
      • Submit by itself
    • Problem S
      • Submit by itself
    • Problem C
      • Submit by itself

Feb 4

Chapter 9 Recycling Problem

  • Objective: Analyze purchase transactions for a merchandising business using the purchases, cash payments, and general journals.

Jan 16

Chapter 9

  • Objective: Analyze purchase transactions for a merchandising business using the purchases, cash payments, and general journals.
  • Submit the following separate from each other
    • Study Guide
    • Work Together Problems 1-5
    • Problems 1-5
      • Submit after each problem
    • Problem M
    • Problem S

Jan 15

DUE: Chapter 6-8 Test

Jan 10

Chapter 6-8 Test

DUE: Reinforcement 1B

Dec 17

Reinforcement 1B:

  • Objective: Review the second half of the accounting cycle.
  • Use Part A to complete Part B

Dec 14

DUE: Chapter 8

Dec 4

Chapter 8

  • Objective: Conclude the accounting cycle by using correct procedures to record adjusting and closing entries and then prepare a post-closing trial balance for a service business
  • Study Guide
  • As a class
    • Work Together p222, p230
    • On Your Own p222, p230 Show me this to get credit.
  • Problems
    • Problems 1, 2, M, C
    • Submit Problems 1, 2 and M together; C alone.

Nov 30

Chapter 7

  • Objective: Use correct procedures to prepare financial statements for a service business
  • Study Guide
  • As a class
    • 1 Together
    • 2 Together
    • 1 On your own
    • 2 On your own
  • Problems
    • Problems 1-2, M, C
    • Submit 1 and 2 together and M-C together
    • Recycling (Optional-some Extra Credit)

Nov 9

Chapter 6

  • Objective: Use correct procedures to plan adjustments and prepare a worksheet for a service business
  • Study Guide
  • As a class
    • Work Together Problems 1-3
    • On Your Own Problems 1-3 (Show me for credit)
  • Problems 1-4, M, C
    • Submit Problems 1-3. These will be checked in class and returned
    • Submit Problem 4 and M
    • Submit Problem C

Nov 5

Reinforcement 1 A

  • Objective: Review the first half of the accounting cycle.

Nov 1

Chapter 5

  • Objective: Understand the process to reconcile a bank statement
  • Recycling Problem

Oct 22

Chapter 5

  • Objective: Understand the process to reconcile a bank statement
  • Study Guide
  • As a class
    • 5-1 work together and on your own
    • 5-2 work together and on your own
    • 5-3 work together and on your own
    • 5-4 work together and on your own
  • Problems
    • Problem 1
    • Problems 2-3
    • Problem 4, M, C

Oct 17

Chapter 4 Test A

  • Objective: Journalize and post transactions from the general journal to the general ledger

Oct 15

Chapter 4 Recycling Problem

  • Objective: Journalize and post transactions from the general journal to the general ledger

Oct 12

DUE: Chapter 4

Sep 27

Chapter 4

  • Objective: Post transactions from the general journal to the general ledger
  • Study Guide
  • As a class
    • Work Together 1-4 (not submitted)
  • Problems
    • 1-3, M, S, C p117-119
    • Submit Problems 1-3 together, Problems 4, M, S together, C
  • Recycling Problem

Sep 26

DUE: Chapter 3

Sep 17

Chapter 3

Objective: Record accounting transactions in a general journal.

  • Study Guide
  • As a class
    • Work Together problems 1-4
    • On Your Own problems 1-4
    • Application Problems 1-7
    • Work will be checked after problems 1, 2, 3, and 4

Chapter 2 Recycling Problem

Sep 10

Chapter 2

Objective: Analyze how transactions affect the accounting equation

  • Study Guide
  • Problems
    • Work Together
    • On Your Own
    • 1-5 p46-49

Sep 6

Quiz: Accounting T

Finish Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Recycling Problem

Sep 3

Practice Quiz: Accounting T

Aug 28

Chapter 1

Objective: Analyze how transactions affect the accounting equation

  • Study Guide
  • Problems
    • 1-5 p19-21
  • Online review
    • Make sure you input your name and student ID or you will not receive credit.
    • Submit only once. I will only take the first submission for a grade.
    • This must be done at school.
    • You can use books.
    • For your score to count you must get at least a 60%.
    • Chapter 1

Aug 27 Go over class info.

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Accounting T notes

  • Quiz on Thursday