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College Accounting: A Practical Approach Chapters 1-12 with Study Guide and Working Papers

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Pub. Date:
1/1/2007
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Summary

For College Accounting and Bookkeeping courses. Available in two different volumes; Chapter 1-25 fits best in a two semester course where as the Chapter 1-12 version is best for the one semester courses. This is the College Accounting book that focuses on getting back to the basics of Accounting.

Table of Contents

Preface xix
Accounting Concepts and Procedures
1(37)
Classifying Business Organizations
5(1)
Definition of Accounting
5(1)
Difference Between Bookkeeping and Accounting
6(1)
Learning Unit 1-1: The Accounting Equation
6(4)
Assets, Liabilities, and Equities
6(3)
Review
9(1)
Learning Unit 1-2: The Balance Sheet
10(2)
Points to Remember in Preparing a Balance Sheet
10(1)
Review
11(1)
Learning Unit 1-3: The Accounting Equation Expanded: Revenue, Expenses, and Withdrawals
12(5)
Expanded Accounting Equation
12(4)
Review
16(1)
Learning Unit 1-4: Preparing Financial Statements
17(7)
The Income Statement
17(1)
The Statement of Owner's Equity
18(1)
The Balance Sheet
18(1)
Main Elements of the Income Statement, the Statement of Owner's Equity, and the Balance Sheet
19(1)
Review
20(4)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
24(1)
Key Terms
25(1)
Blueprint: Financial Statements
26(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
27(6)
On-the-Job Training
33(2)
Financial Report Problem
35(1)
Continuing Problem
35(3)
Subway Case: A Fresh Start
36(2)
Debits and Credits: Analyzing and Recording Business Transactions
38(36)
Learning Unit 2-1: The T Account
40(2)
Balancing an Account
41(1)
Review
41(1)
Learning Unit 2-2: Recording Business Transactions: Debits and Credits
42(10)
T Accounting Entries for Accounting in the Accounting Equation
42(1)
The Transaction Analysis: Five Steps
43(1)
Applying the Transaction Analysis to Mia Wong's Law Practice
44(6)
Review
50(2)
Learning Unit 2-3: The Trial Balance and Preparation of Financial Statements
52(4)
The Trial Balance
52(1)
Preparing Financial Statements
53(1)
Review
53(3)
Chapter Assignments
Demonstration Problem
56(4)
Summary of Key Points
60(1)
Key Terms
60(1)
Blueprint: Preparing Financial Statements from a Trial Balance
61(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
61(9)
On-the-Job Training
70(1)
Financial Report Problem
71(1)
Continuing Problem
71(3)
Subway Case: Debits on the Left
72(2)
Beginning the Accounting Cycle
74(42)
Learning Unit 3-1: Analyzing and Recording Business Transactions into a Journal: Steps 1 and 2 of the Accounting Cycle
76(7)
The General Journal
76(6)
Review
82(1)
Learning Unit 3-2: Posting to the Ledger: Step 3 of the Accounting Cycle
83(7)
Posting
84(1)
Review
85(5)
Learning Unit 3-3: Preparing the Trial Balance: Step 4 of the Accounting Cycle
90(5)
What to Do if a Trial Balance Doesn't Balance
91(1)
Some Common Mistakes
91(1)
Making a Correction Before Posting
92(1)
Making a Correction After Posting
92(1)
Correcting an Entry Posted to the Wrong Account
93(1)
Review
94(1)
Chapter Assignments
Demonstration Problem: Steps 1-4 of the Accounting Cycle
95(4)
Summary of Key Points
99(1)
Key Terms
99(1)
Blueprint of the First Four Steps of Accounting
100(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
101(9)
On-the-Job Training
110(1)
Financial Report Problem
111(1)
Continuing Problem
111(5)
The Accounting Cycle Continued
116(40)
Learning Unit 4-1: Step 5 of the Accounting Cycle: Preparing a Worksheet
118(15)
The Trial Balance Section
118(1)
The Adjustments Section
119(6)
The Adjusted Trial Balance Section
125(1)
The Income Statement Section
126(3)
The Balance Sheet Section
129(1)
Review
129(4)
Learning Unit 4-2: Step 6 of the Accounting Cycle: Preparing the Financial Statements from the Worksheet
133(4)
Preparing the Income Statement
133(1)
Preparing the Statement of Owner's Equity
133(1)
Preparing the Balance Sheet
133(1)
Review
133(4)
Chapter Assignments
Demonstration Problem: Steps 5 and 6 of the Accounting Cycle
137(3)
Summary of Key Points
140(1)
Key Terms
140(1)
Blueprint of Steps 5 and 6 of the Accounting Cycle
141(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
142(8)
On-the-Job Training
150(1)
Financial Report Problem
151(1)
Continuing Problem
151(5)
Subway Case: Where the Dough Goes. . .
152(4)
The Accounting Cycle Completed
156(54)
Learning Unit 5-1: Journalizing and Posting Adjusting Entries: Step 7 of the Accounting Cycle
156(3)
Recording Journal Entries from the Worksheet
156(2)
Review
158(1)
Learning Unit 5-2: Journalizing and Posting Closing Entries: Step 8 of the Accounting Cycle
159(10)
How to Journalize Closing Entries
160(8)
Review
168(1)
Learning Unit 5-3: The Post-Closing Trial Balance: Step 9 of the Accounting Cycle and the Cycle Reviewed
169(2)
Preparing a Post-Closing Trial Balance
169(1)
The Accounting Cycle Reviewed
170(1)
Review
170(1)
Chapter Assignments
Demonstration Problem: Reviewing the Accounting Cycle
171(9)
Summary of Key Points
180(1)
Key Terms
181(1)
Blueprint of Closing Process from the Worksheet
181(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
181(9)
On-the-Job Training
190(2)
Financial Report Problem
192(1)
Continuing Problem
192(18)
Subway Case: Closing Time
193(17)
Banking Procedure and Control of Cash
210(36)
Learning Unit 6-1: Bank Procedures, Checking Accounts, and Bank Reconciliations
212(13)
Opening a Checking Account
212(2)
Check Endorsement
214(1)
The Checkbook
214(1)
Monthly Recordkeeping: The Bank's Statement of Account and In-Company Records
215(3)
The Bank Reconciliation Process
218(2)
Trends in Banking
220(2)
Review
222(3)
Learning Unit 6-2: The Establishment of Petty Cash and Change Funds
225(7)
Setting Up the Petty Cash Fund
225(1)
Making Payments from the Petty Cash Fund
225(1)
How to Replenish the Petty Cash Fund
226(2)
Setting Up a Change Fund and Insight into Cash Short and Over
228(3)
Review
231(1)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
232(1)
Key Terms
233(1)
Blueprint: A Bank Reconciliation
234(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
234(6)
On-the-Job Training
240(1)
Financial Report Problem
241(1)
Continuing Problem
241(5)
Subway Case: Counting Down the Cash
244(2)
Calculating Pay and Payroll Taxes: The Beginning of the Payroll Process
246(28)
Learning Unit 7-1: Calculation of Gross Earnings, Employee Withholding Taxes, and Net Pay
248(8)
Gross Earnings
249(1)
Federal Income Tax Withholding
250(1)
State Income Tax Withholding
251(1)
Other Income Tax Withholding
252(2)
Employee Withholding for Social Security Taxes
254(1)
Other Withholdings
255(1)
Net Pay
255(1)
Review
256(1)
Learning Unit 7-2: Preparing a Payroll Register and Employee Earning Record
256(2)
The Payroll Register
256(2)
The Employee Earnings Record
258(1)
Review
258(1)
Learning Unit 7-3: Employer Payroll Tax Expense
258(4)
Employer Withholding for Social Security Taxes
258(2)
FUTA and SUTA
260(1)
Workers' Compensation Insurance
261(1)
Review
262(1)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
262(1)
Key Terms
263(2)
Blueprint for Recording Transactions in a Payroll Register
265(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
266(6)
On-the-Job Training
272(1)
Financial Report Problem
272(1)
Continuing Problem
272(2)
Subway Case: Payroll Records: A Full-Time Job?
273(1)
Paying, Recording, and Reporting Payroll and Payroll Taxes: The Conclusion of the Payroll Process
274(42)
Learning Unit 8-1: Recording Payroll and Payroll Tax Expense and Paying the Payroll
276(5)
Recording Payroll
277(2)
Recording Payroll Tax Expense
279(1)
Paying the Payroll and Recording the Payment
279(2)
Review
281(1)
Learning Unit 8-2: Paying FIT and FICA Taxes and Completing the Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return, Form 941
281(10)
Paying FIT and FICA Taxes
282(5)
Completing the Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return, Form 941
287(3)
Review
290(1)
Learning Unit 8-3: Preparing Forms W-2 and W-3, Paying FUTA Tax and Completing the Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment Tax Return, Form 940 EZ, and Paying SUTA Tax and Workers' Compensation Insurance
291(7)
Preparing Form W-2: Wage and Tax Statement
291(1)
Preparing Form W-3: Transmittal of Income and Tax Statements
292(1)
Paying FUTA Tax
293(1)
Completing the Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return, Form 940-EZ
294(3)
Paying SUTA Tax
297(1)
Paying Workers' Compensation Insurance
297(1)
Review
298(1)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
298(1)
Key Terms
299(1)
Blueprint: Form 941 Tax Deposit Rules
300(2)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
302(10)
On-the-Job Training
312(1)
Financial Report Problem
313(1)
Continuing Problem
313(3)
Subway Case: Hold the Lettuce, Withhold the Taxes
314(2)
Sales and Cash Receipts
316(32)
Learning Unit 9-1: Chou's Toy Shop: Seller's View of a Merchandise Company
318(4)
Gross Sales
318(1)
Sales Returns and Allowances
318(1)
Sales Discount
318(2)
Sales Tax Payable
320(1)
Review
321(1)
Learning Unit 9-2: Recording and Posting Sales Transactions on Account for Art's Wholesale Company: Introduction to Subsidiary Ledger and Credit Memorandum
322(6)
The Analysis
322(1)
Accounts Receivable Subsidiary Ledgers
323(3)
The Credit Memorandum
326(1)
Review
327(1)
Learning Unit 9-3: Recording and Posting Cash Receipt Transactions for Art's Wholesale: Schedule of Accounts Receivable
328(5)
Schedule of Accounts Receivable
331(1)
Review
331(2)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
333(1)
Key Terms
333(1)
Blueprint: Transferring Information from the General Journal
334(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
335(8)
On-the-Job Training
343(1)
Financial Report Problem
344(1)
Continuing Problem
345(3)
Purchases and Cash Payments
348(40)
Learning Unit 10-1: Chou's Toy Shop: Buyer's View of a Merchandise Company
350(3)
Purchases
350(1)
Purchases Returns and Allowance
350(2)
Review
352(1)
Learning Unit 10-2: Recording and Posting Purchases Transactions on Account for Art's Wholesale Clothing Company: Introduction to Subsidiary Ledgers and Debit Memorandum
353(8)
Accounts Payable Subsidiary Ledger
355(3)
Debit Memorandum
358(1)
Review
359(2)
Learning Unit 10-3: Recording and Posting Cash Payments Transactions for Art's Wholesale: Schedule of Accounts Payable
361(4)
Review
362(3)
Learning Unit 10-4: Introduction to a Merchandise Company Using a Perpetual Inventory System
365(7)
Introduction to the Merchandise Cycle
365(1)
What Inventory System Wal-Mart Uses
365(1)
Recording Merchandise Transactions
366(4)
Review
370(2)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
372(1)
Key Terms
373(1)
Blueprint
373(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
374(12)
On-the-Job Training
386(1)
Financial Report Problem
386(1)
Continuing Problem
386(2)
Preparing a Worksheet for a Merchandise Company
388(32)
Learning Unit 11-1: Adjustments for Merchandise Inventory and Unearned Rent
390(3)
Adjustment for Merchandise Inventory
391(1)
Adjustment for Unearned Rent
391(2)
Review
393(1)
Learning Unit 11-2: Completing the Worksheet
393(11)
Review
402(2)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
404(1)
Key Terms
404(1)
Blueprint: A Worksheet for a Merchandise Company
405(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
405(8)
On-the-Job Training
413(2)
Financial Report Problem
415(1)
Continuing Problem
415(2)
Appendix: A Worksheet for Art's Wholesale Clothing Co. Using a Perpetual Inventory System
417(3)
Completion of the Accounting Cycle for a Merchandise Company
420
Learning Unit 12-1: Preparing Financial Statements
422(7)
The Income Statement
422(2)
Statement of Owner's Equity
424(1)
The Balance Sheet
424(3)
Review
427(2)
Learning Unit 12-2: Journalizing and Posting Adjusting and Closing Entries; Preparing the Post-Closing Trial Balance
429(7)
Journalizing and Posting Adjusting Entries
429(3)
Journalizing and Posting Closing Entries
432(1)
The Post-Closing Trial Balance
433(1)
Review
433(3)
Learning Unit 12-3: Reversing Entries (Optional Section)
436(2)
Review
437(1)
Chapter Assignments
Summary of Key Points
438(1)
Key Terms
438(1)
Questions, Classroom Demonstration Exercises, Exercises, and Problems
439(2)
Blueprint: Financial Statements
441(8)
On-the-Job Training
449(1)
Financial Report Problem
450(1)
Continuing Problem
450(2)
Mini Practice Set
The Corner Dress Shop
452
Appendix A: Kellogg Financial Report 2(1)
Appendix B: Special Journals with Problem Material 2
Index 1(1)
Photo Credits 1


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