Session 12 - Handout

Session 12 - Handout - Fall 2010 Professor Keating Session...

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Unformatted text preview: Fall 2010 Professor Keating Session #12 AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 2 Capitalization vs. Expensing AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 3 Accounting for Fixed Assets AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 4 Sample Journal Entries AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 5 Sales and Writedowns AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 6 More Journal Entries AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 7 Accounting for Self- Constructed Assets AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 8 Accounting for Self- Constructed Assets AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 9 Interest on Self-Constructed Assets AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Session #12 Pg. 10 Interest Capitalization Example AC 611: Financial Accounting Problems I Elizabeth K. Keating, 2010 Elizabeth K....
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