Accounting & Finance II Assignments (subject to change)

May

Chapter 24

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for financial reporting for a not-for-profit organization.
  • Recycling Problem 24 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 24 Study Guide Financial Reporting for a Not-for-Profit Organization
  • 24-1 Application Problem Preparing adjusting entries for a governmental organization
  • 24-2 Application Problem Preparing financial statements for a governmental organization
  • 24-M Mastery Problem Completing the end-of-period work for a governmental organization
  • 24-C Challenge Problem Completing the end-of-period work for a governmental organization
  • 24 Test A Analyzing Financial Reporting for a Not-for-Profit Organization. Analyzing Concepts and Procedures for Financial Reporting for a Not-for-Profit Organization. Completing End-of-Period Work for a Governmental Organization.

May

Chapter 23

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for budgeting and accounting for a not-for-profit organization.
  • Recycling Problem 23 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 23 Study Guide Budgeting and Accounting for a Not-for-Profit Organization
  • 23-1 Application Problem Journalizing governmental operating budgets
  • 23-2 Application Problem Journalizing governmental revenue transactions
  • 23-3 Application Problem Journalizing governmental encumbrances, expenditures, and other transactions
  • 23-M Mastery Problem Journalizing governmental transactions
  • 23-C Challenge Problem Determining the increase, decrease, and normal balance of accounts
  • 23 Test A Analyzing Budgets and Accounting for a Not-for-Profit Organization. Analyzing Concepts and Procedures for Budgeting and Accounting for a Not-for-Profit Organization. Journalizing Transactions for a Governmental Organization.

May

Chapter 22

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for financial reporting for a partnership.
  • Recycling Problem 22 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 22 Study Guide Financial Reporting for a Partnership
  • 22-1 Application Problem Calculating partnership earnings and journalizing partnership withdrawals
  • 22-2 Application Problem End-of-period work for a partnership
  • 22-3 Application Problem Liquidating a partnership
  • 22-M Mastery Problem Completing end-of-period work for a partnership
  • 22-C Challenge Problem Completing end-of-period work for a partnership
  • 22 Test A Analyzing Financial Reporting for a Partnership. Analyzing Concepts and Procedures for Financial Reporting for a Partnership. Completing Selected End-of-Period Work for a Partnership. Journalizing Entries for Liquidating a Partnership.

May

Chapter 21

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for organizational structure of a partnership.
  • Recycling Problem 21 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 21 Study Guide Organizational Structure of a Partnership
  • 21-1 Application Problem Forming a partnership
  • 21-2 Application Problem Admitting a partner with no change in total equity
  • 21-M Mastery Problem Forming and expanding a partnership
  • 21-C Challenge Problem Expanding a partnership
  • 21 Test A Analyzing Organizational Structure and Procedures for a Partnership. Analyzing Concepts and Procedures for Partnerships. Journalizing Transactions for Forming and Expanding a Partnership.

May

Chapter 20

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for process costing, activity-based costing, and product pricing.
  • Recycling Problem 20 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 20 Study Guide Internal Control Problem Set
  • 20-1 Application Problem Classify internal controls
  • 20-2 Application Problem Preparing flowcharts
  • 20-3 Application Problem Journalizing transactions in a voucher system
  • 20-4 Application Problem Performing a risk assessment
  • 20-M Mastery Problem Analyzing a voucher system and journalizing transactions in a voucher system
  • 20-C Challenge Problem Completing a flowchart
  • 20 Test A Analyzing accounting transactions, concepts, and procedures for financial reporting for a manufacturing business. Recording transactions and preparing selected financial statements for a manufacturing business.

May 3

Chapter 19

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for process costing, activity-based costing, and product pricing.
  • Recycling Problem 19 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 19 Study Guide Process Costing, Activity-Based Costing, and Product Pricing
  • 19-1 Application Problem Calculating equivalent units of production and completing journal entries in process costing
  • 19-2 Application Problem Calculating activity rates and allocating costs
  • 19-3 Application Problem Calculating cost-based pricing and target costs
  • 19-M Mastery Problem Calculating equivalent units of production and completing journal entries in process costing
  • 19-C Challenge Problem Activity-based costing in a service business
  • 19 Test A Defining Accounting Terms. Analyzing Concepts for Process and Activity-Based Costing and Pricing Methods. Analyzing Procedures for Process and Activity-Based Costing and Pricing Methods. Calculating Equivalent Units of Production.
  • Chapter 19 Reinforcement Activity 4 Processing and Analyzing Cost Accounting Data for a Manufacturing Business

April 26

Chapter 18

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for management decision making using differential analysis.
  • Recycling Problem 18 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 18 Study Guide Management Decision Making Using Differential Analysis
  • 18-1 Application Problem Calculations for a make or buy decision
  • 18-2 Application Problem Calculating future and present values
  • 18-3 Application Problem Using net present value to make business decisions
  • 18-M Mastery Problem Calculating net present values  
  • 18-C Challenge Problem Calculating relevant costs for a multiple product sell or process further decision
  • 18 Test A Defining Accounting Terms. Identifying Accounting Concepts and Practices. Analyzing Present Value Concepts. Making Decisions Using Differential Analysis and Present Value Concepts.

April 19

Chapter 17

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for job order costing.
  • Recycling Problem 17 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 17 Study Guide Job Order Costing
  • 17-1 Application Problem Completing a materials ledger card and journalizing entries in a materials purchases journal
  • 17-2 Application Problem Completing a cost sheet and journalizing entries for overhead (LO5)
  • 17-3.1 Application Problem Updating a finished goods ledger card; journalizing entries for finished goods and cost of goods sold (LO6, 7)
  • 17-3.2 Application Problem Preparing a statement of cost of goods manufactured and completing financial statements for a manufacturing business
  • 17-4 Application Problem Calculating variances for materials and labor
    17-M Mastery Problem Preparing cost records and journalizing entries that summarize cost records at the end of a fiscal period
  • 17-C Challenge Problem Calculating overhead rate
  • 17 Test A Defining Accounting Terms. Analyzing Cost Accounting Concepts and Procedures for a Manufacturing Business. Preparing Cost Records for a Manufacturing Business. Recording Transactions for a Manufacturing Business.

April 5

Chapter 16

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Accounting Information for Management Decisions. Analyzing Accounting Information for Management Decisions. Calculating Contribution Margin and Breakeven Point. Calculating Effect of Cost Changes at Average Volume.
  • Recycling Problem 16 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 16 Study Guide Management Decision Making Using Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
  • 16-1 Application Problem Preparing an income statement with contribution margin
  • 16-2 Application Problem Calculating breakeven in sales dollars and unit sales and preparing a breakeven income statement
  • 16-3 Application Problem Calculating sales, sales mix, and the effect of volume and price changes
  • 16-M Mastery Problem Calculating breakeven and the sales required for a desired income
  • 16-C Challenge Problem Using contribution margin to analyze sales mix with constraint
  • 16 Test A Defining Accounting Terms. Analyzing Concepts for Accounting Information for Management Decisions. Analyzing Accounting Information for Management Decisions. Calculating Contribution Margin and Breakeven Point. Calculating Effect of Cost Changes at Average Volume.

Mar 26

Chapter 15

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Procedures for Budgetary Control. Preparing a Budgeted Income Statement and a Cash Budget with Supporting Schedules.
  • Recycling Problem 15 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 15 Study Guide Budgetary Planning and Control
  • 15-1 Application Problem Preparing a sales budget and a purchases budget
  • 15-2 Application Problem Preparing budgets for selling expenses, administrative expenses, and other expenses and preparing a budgeted income statement
  • 15-3 Application Problem Preparing a cash receipts budget, a cash payments budget, and a cash budget
  • 15-4 Application Problem Completing a performance report
  • 15-M Mastery Problem Preparing a budgeted income statement and a cash budget with supporting budgets
  • 15-C Challenge Problem Balanced scorecard
  • 15 Test A Defining Accounting Terms. Analyzing Concepts and Procedures for Budgetary Control. Preparing a Budgeted Income Statement and a Cash Budget with Supporting Schedules.

Mar 15

Chapter 14

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Processing and Analyzing Accounting Data for a Corporation including Identifying Cash Flows and Preparing a Statement of Cash Flows
  • Recycling Problem 14 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 14 Study Guide Statement of Cash Flows
  • 14-1 Application Problem Preparing the operating activities section of a statement of cash flows
  • 14-2 Application Problem Completing the statement of cash flows
  • 14-M Mastery Problem Preparing a statement of cash flows
  • 14-C Challenge Problem Preparing a statement of cash flows with amortization expense
  • 14 Test A Defining Accounting Terms and Analyzing Concepts for the Statement of Cash Flows. Analyzing Concepts and Procedures for the Statement of Cash Flows. Identifying Cash Flows and Preparing a Statement of Cash Flows.
  • 14 R Reinforcement Problem Processing and Analyzing Accounting Data for a Corporation

Mar 6

Chapter 13

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Analyzing Principles of Financial Statement Analysis.
  • Recycling Problem 13 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 13 Study Guide Identifying Accounting terms. Analyzing financial analysis practices. Analyzing financial information.
  • 13-1 Application Problem Analyzing short- and long-term financial strength
  • 13-2 Application Problem Calculating profitability measure
  • 13-3 Application Problem Calculating and analyzing efficiency measures and market ratios
  • 13-4 Application Problem Calculating permanent and temporary differences in net income and taxable income
  • 13-M Mastery Problem Analyzing financial statements
  • 13-C Challenge Problem Calculating the effect of transactions on the current ratio
  • 13 Test A Defining Accounting Terms. Analyzing Principles of Financial Statement Analysis. Analyzing Comparative Financial Statements.

Mar 1

DUE: Chapter 12

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Procedures for Accounting for Bonds.
  • Recycling Problem 12 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • Study Guide Accounting for Bonds
  • 12-1 Application Problem Journalizing bond transactions
  • 12-2 Application Problem Journalizing bond interest payments
  • 12-3 Application Problem Redeeming and calling a bond issue
  • 12-4 Application Problem Journalizing bond investment transactions
  • 12-M Mastery Problem Journalizing bond transactions
  • 12-C Challenge Problem Journalizing bond transactions
  • 12 Test A Defining Accounting Terms and Analyzing Concepts for Bonds. Analyzing Concepts and Procedures for Accounting for Bonds. Journalizing Bond Transactions

Feb 15

Chapter 11

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Dividends, Treasury Stock, and Marketable Securities.
  • Recycling Problem 11 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 11 Study Guide Corporate Dividends and Treasury Stock
  • 11-1 Application Problem Journalizing dividend transactions
  • 11-2 Application Problem Journalizing treasury stock transactions
  • 11-3 Application Problem Journalizing the purchase and sale of the capital stock of other corporations
  • 11-M Mastery Problem Journalizing dividend, treasury stock, and investment transactions
  • 11-C Challenge Problem Journalizing stock and dividend transactions
  • 11 Test A Defining Accounting Terms and Analyzing Concepts for Dividends, Treasury Stock, and Marketable Securities. Analyzing Concepts for Dividends, Treasury Stock, and Marketable Securities. Journalizing Transactions for Dividends, Treasury Stock, and Marketable Securities.

Feb 6

Chapter 10

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Analyzing Concepts for Organizing a Corporation.
  • Recycling Problem 10 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 10 Study Guide Organizing a Corporation
  • 10-1 Work Together and On Your Own Issuing common stock
  • 10-2 Work Together and On Your Own Journalizing preferred stock transactions
  • 10-1 Application Problem Issuing common stock
  • 10-2 Application Problem Journalizing preferred stock transactions
  • 10-M Mastery Problem Journalizing stock transactions
  • 10-C Challenge Problem Journalizing stock transactions
  • 10 Test A Defining Accounting Terms. Analyzing Concepts for Organizing a Corporation. Journalizing Transactions for Starting a Corporation.

Jan 25

Chapter 9-1 Reinforcement Activity 2 Processing Accounting Data for a Corporation

Jan 16

Chapter 9

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Unearned Revenue, Accrued Revenue, and Installment Notes Receivable
  • Recycling Problem 9 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 9 Study Guide Accounting for Unearned Revenue, Accrued Revenue, and Installment Notes Receivable
  • 9-1 Application Problem Journalizing adjusting and reversing entries for unearned and accrued revenue
  • 9-2 Application Problem Journalizing gift card transactions
  • 9-3 Application Problem Journalizing installment notes receivable transactions
  • 9-M Mastery Problem Journalizing unearned revenue, accrued revenue, and gift card and installment note receivable transactions
  • 9-C Challenge Problem Journalizing sales and gift card transactions from a point-of-sale system

Jan 7

Chapter 8

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Notes Payable and Accruals
  • Recycling Problem 8 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 8 Study Guide Accounting for Notes Payable, Prepaid Expenses, and Accrued Expenses
  • 8-1 Application Problem Journalizing notes payable transactions
  • 8-2 Application Problem Journalizing adjusting and reversing entries for prepaid expenses
  • 8-3 Application Problem Journalizing adjusting and reversing entries for accrued expenses
  • 8-M Mastery Problem Journalizing notes payable transactions and adjusting and reversing entries
  • 8-C Challenge Problem Accruing for self-insurance losses

Dec 3

Chapter 7

  • Objective: Understand and perform Accounting for Plant Assets
  • Study Guide Accounting for Plant Assets
  • Recycling Problem 7 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 7-1 Application Problem Journalizing asset purchase transactions 
  • 7-2 Application Problem Calculating and journalizing depreciation
  • 7-3 Application Problem Recording the disposal of plant assets
  • 7-4 Application Problem Computing depreciation using various depreciation methods and calculating depletion
  • 7-M Mastery Problem Recording entries for plant assets
  • 7-C Challenge Problem Calculating depletion with a change in estimates

Nov 26

Chapter 6

  • Objective: Understand and perform accounting for uncollectible accounts
  • Study Guide Accounting for Uncollectible Accounts
  • Recycling Problem 6 (paper)
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 6-1 Application Problem Journalizing entries to write off uncollectible accounts—direct write-off method 
  • 6-2 Application Problem Estimating amount of uncollectible accounts expense; journalizing the adjusting entry
  • 6-3 Application Problem Financial analysis of accounts receivable
  • 6-M Mastery Problem Journalizing entries for uncollectible accounts—allowance method; calculating and journalizing the adjusting entry for uncollectible accounts expense
  • 6-C Challenge Problem Estimating amount of uncollectible accounts expense; journalizing the adjusting entry

Nov 19

Chapter 5: Recycling Problem (paper)

  • Objective: Understand planning, counting, and costing inventory using proper terms and costing methods

Nov 7

Chapter 5

  • Objective: Understand planning, counting, and costing inventory using proper terms and costing methods
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • Study Guide: Practice
    • Inventory Planning and Valuation
  • 5-1 Application Problem: Graded
    • Keeping perpetual inventory records
  • 5-3 Application Problem: Graded
    • Estimating cost of merchandise inventory; financial analysis of merchandise inventory
  • 5-M Mastery Problem: Graded
    • Costing and financial analysis of merchandise inventory
  • 5-C Challenge Problem: Graded
    • Financial analysis of merchandise inventory

Oct 20

4 R Reinforcement Problem:

  • Objective: Graded Processing and Reporting Departmentalized Accounting Data
  • You can complete the work from home which you will need to do to get the reinforcement completed by the end of the week.
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • Purchases Journal
  • Cash Payments Journal 16
  • Cash Payments Journal 15
  • Cash Receipts Journal 12
  • General Journal 16
  • Sales Journal 12
  • General Journal 17
  • General Journal 18
  • Adjusted Trial Balance 1
  • Adjusted Trial Balance 2
  • Departmental Margin Statement 1
  • Departmental Margin Statement 2
  • Schedules of Accounts
  • Balance Sheet
  • Statement of Stockholders Equity
  • Income Statement
  • Statement of Cash Flows
  • Post Closing Trial Balance

Oct 15

Chapter 4

  • Objective: Completing end-of-fiscal-period work for a departmentalized merchandising business
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 4 Study Guide: Practice
    • Financial Reporting for a Departmentalized Business
  • 4-1 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice
    • Preparing an adjusted trial balance
  • 4-2 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice
    • Preparing a departmental margin statement
  • 4-3 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice
    • Preparing financial statements
  • 4-4 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice
    • Journalizing closing entries
  • 4-1 Application Problem: Graded
    • Preparing an adjusted trial balance
  • 4-2 Application Problem: Graded
    • Preparing a departmental margin statement
  • 4-3 Application Problem: Graded
    • Preparing financial statements
  • 4-4 Application Problem: Graded
    • Journalizing closing entries
  • 4-M Mastery Problem: Graded
    • Completing end-of-fiscal-period work for a departmentalized merchandising business

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  • 4-C Challenge Problem: Graded
    • Analyzing a departmental margin statement
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  • 4 Test A: Graded
    • Identifying Accounting Terms for a Departmentalized Business. Analyzing Financial Reporting Concepts for a Departmentalized Business. Completing Selected End-of-Period Work for a Departmentalized Business.

Oct 7

Chapter 2

  • Objective: Identifying Terms and Concepts Related to Departmental Payroll. Analyzing Payroll Transactions. Completing Payroll Records; Journalizing Payroll Transactions.
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 3 Study Guide: Graded
    • Calculating and Recording Departmental Payroll Data
  • 3-1 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice
  • 3-2 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice
    • Journalizing and paying payroll and payroll taxes
  • 3-1 Application Problem: Graded
    • Completing payroll records
  • 3-2 Application Problem: Graded
    • Journalizing and paying payroll and payroll taxes
  • 3-M Mastery Problem: Graded
    • Completing payroll records, journalizing payment of a payroll, and journalizing payroll taxes
  • 3-S Source Documents Problem: Graded
    • Completing payroll records, journalizing payment of a payroll, and journalizing payroll taxes
  • 3-C Challenge Problem: Graded
    • Calculating federal income tax withholdings using the percentage method
  • 3 Test A: Graded
    • Identifying Terms and Concepts Related to Departmental Payroll. Analyzing Payroll Transactions. Completing Payroll Records; Journalizing Payroll Transactions.

Oct 1

Chapter 2

  • Objective: Recording Departmental Sales and Cash Receipts
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 2 Study Guide Practice
    • Recording Departmental Sales and Cash Receipts
  • 2-1 Work Together and On Your Own Practice
    • Journalizing and posting departmental sales on account and sales returns and allowances
  • 2-2 Work Together and On Your Own Practice
    • Journalizing and posting departmental cash receipts
  • 2-1 Application Problem Graded
    • Journalizing and posting departmental sales on account and sales returns and allowances
  • 2-2 Application Problem Graded
  • 2-M Mastery Problem Graded
    • Journalizing departmental sales, sales returns and allowances, and cash receipts
  • 2-S Source Documents Problem Graded
    • Journalizing departmental sales, sales returns and allowances, and cash receipts
  • 2-C Challenge Problem Graded
    • Journalizing departmental sales, sales returns and allowances, and cash receipts
  • 2 Test A Graded
    • Analyzing Procedures and Concepts Related to Departmental Sales and Cash Receipts. Analyzing Sales and Cash Receipts Transactions. Journalizing Departmental Sales and Cash Receipts.

Sep 26

Chapter 1

  • Objective: Analyzing Procedures and Concepts Related to Departmental Purchases and Cash Payments.
  • Complete at: https://www.cengage.com/dashboard/#/course-confirmation/VABJ-8798-JSB2/initial-course-confirmation
  • 1 Study Guide: Practice Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Recording Departmental Purchases and Cash Payments
  • 1-1 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Determining the normal balance, increase, and decrease sides for accounts
  • 1-2 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Journalizing and posting purchases on account and purchases returns and allowances
  • 1-3 Work Together and On Your Own: Practice Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Journalizing and posting departmental cash payments
  • 1-1 Application Problem: Graded Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Determining the normal balance, increase, and decrease sides for accounts
  • 1-2 Application Problem: Graded Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Journalizing and posting departmental purchases on account and purchases returns and allowances
  • 1-3 Application Problem: Graded Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Journalizing and posting departmental cash payments
  • 1-C Challenge Problem: Graded Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Establishing a departmental accounting system
  • 1-M Mastery Problem: Graded Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Journalizing departmental purchases and cash payments
  • 1-S Source Documents Problem: Graded Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Journalizing purchase and cash payment transactions
  • 1 Test A: Graded Sun, 09.30.18 11:45 PM
    • Defining Accounting Terms.
    • Analyzing Procedures and Concepts Related to Departmental Purchases and Cash Payments.
    • Journalizing and Posting Departmental Purchases and Cash Payments.

Sep 3

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Sep 25

Register for Cengage and join class

Sep 19

Chapter 1 Recycling Problem

Sep 13

Chapter 2 Recycling Problem

Sep 8

Chapter 2

  • Study Guide
  • Problem 3
  • Take the following 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.
    • You can use books.
    • Chapter 2

Sep 3

DUE: Chapter 1

Sep 1

Chapter 1

  • Objective: Journalize transactions in special journals for a departmentalized business
  • Study Guide
  • Problem 4
  • Take the following 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.
    • You can use books.
    • Chapter 1

Aug 31

Go over class info.

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