ACC2250 WK01 STUDENTS(3).pptx

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School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University Need some help? Student Support As an ECU student you have access to lots of support services. If you are unsure where to head – Student Central is a good place to start – but if you are a little more certain about the support you need you can go direct to our services. Student Central TEL : 134328 Mount Lawley: Building 3, Level 1 Joondalup: Building 34, Level 1 SW Campus: Building 1 Student Connect Student Connect team is located near Student Central. Make an appointment to have a chat about the issues you are having keeping on top of your Uni life and we’ll help you to put together an Action plan to get yourself back on track. TEL : 6304 2988 Counselling Service A confidential service for all current ECU students to address any personal issues that impact on your studies. Call for an appointment. TEL : 9370 6706 Mount Lawley: Building 3.128 Joondalup: Building 34.245 Equity, Diversity and Disability Service A free, confidential service to all students with a disability or medical condition, either permanent or temporary, which may affect various aspects of life. EDDS also supports students who are carers for a family member with a disability or medical condition. TEL : 6304 6960 Student Health Service Assists students, with psychosocial and physical health support. Appointments available at the Joondalup or Mount Lawley Campuses. SW Campus students please contact Student Central for referral to appropriate medical clinics. TEL : 6304 5618 (JO) 9370 6814 (ML) Specialist Services
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School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University Financial Statements for Decision Making – Recording Transactions A study of the process of recording economic transactions to build financial statements to facilitate decision- making.
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School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University Our learning road map Accounting Systems and Processes Accounting Systems and Processes Financial statements for decision making Manual Accounting Systems Adjusting the accounts and end-of-period processing Cash management and control Financials Financials Accounting for Receivables Accounting for Retailing Accounting for Inventories Accounting for Non-current Assets Accounting for Liabilities Statement of Cash Flows Equity in Business Equity in Business Accounting for Partnerships Accounting for Companies
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School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University Self Learning Focus Chapter 1 – Financial Statements for decision making Should be read for review purposes Chapter 2 Should be read for review purposes and to establish an understanding of the fundamentals underlying the recording of economic events Examinable Chapter 3 – Learning Objective 1: Identity the nature and purpose and evidence for transactions
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School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University Lecture Focused Learning Objectives Our focus this week in the lecture is on developing an understanding of 1.Learning Chapter 3 Objective 2: The accounting cycle 2.Learning Chapter 3 Objective 3: The rules of debit and credit in double-entry accounting 3.Learning Chapter 3 Objective 4: The General Journal and ledgers 5
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School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University THE ACCOUNTING CYCLE Learning Objective 1
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School of Business and Law Edith Cowan University The Accounting Cycle
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