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A rich, relatable, and reader-friendly set of cases, grounded in accounting fundamentals. Organized into four small business projects, the cases found in this text feature business settings familiar to most readers-all of which will guide readers through the entire accounting processing cycle.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Project DJ
Case 1-1: Analyzing Monthly TransactionsChapter 2: Project Wedding Planner
Case 1-2: Recording Month-End Adjustments
Case 1-3: Preparing Financial Statements
Case 2-1: Analyzing Monthly TransactionsChapter 3: Project Orthodontist
Case 2-2: Recording Month-End Adjustments
Case 2-3: Preparing the Bank Reconciliation
Case 2-4: Preparing Financial Statements
Case 3-1: Classifying Financial Statement ElementsChapter 4: Project Movie Theater
Case 3-2: Analyzing Monthly Transactions
Case 3-3: Recording Year-End Adjustments
Case 3-4: Preparing the Bank Reconciliation
Case 3-5: Preparing Financial Statements
Case 3-6: Analyzing Cash Flows
Case 4-1: Classifying Financial Statement Elements
Case 4-2: Analyzing Monthly Transactions
Case 4-3: Recording Year-End Adjustments
Case 4-4: Preparing the Bank Reconciliation
Case 4-5: Preparing Financial Statements
Case 4-6: Analyzing Cash Flows