INTERPRETING AND ANALYZING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS SCHOENEBECK PDF

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Understand the basic information provided by each financial statement. Accounting is the system of recording, classifying, and reporting financial information. It reports revenues, amounts received from customers for products sold or services provided, and expenses, the costs incurred to produce revenues. The difference is net income. It also reports amounts paidin contributed by stockholders to purchase common stock and preferred stock.

Q1 Which financial statement reports: a. Understand the accounting equation. Typical asset accounts include cash, accounts receivable, inventory, equipment, buildings, and land. Accounts receivable are amounts to be received in the future from customers. Liabilities are amounts owed to creditors; the amount of debt owed to third parties. Typical liability accounts include accounts payable, wages payable, notes payable, and bonds payable.

The key word found in many liability accounts is payable. Accounts payable are amounts to be paid in the future to suppliers.

Retained Earnings—Net income earned by the company since its incorporation and not yet distributed as dividends. Q1 Identify the accounting equation amounts for PepsiCo Corporation using the information above. Q3 Will the accounting equation hold true for every corporation? Assets are either owned free and clear by the owners equity or financed by creditors debt. How can you tell?

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