CHAPTER 11
Stockholders’ Equity
OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES
Estimated
Time in
Learning Outcomes
Exercises
Minutes
Level
1.
Identify the components of the Stockholders’ Equity category
1
10
Easy
of the balance sheet and the accounts found in each
2
10
Mod
component.
2.
Show that you understand the characteristics of common
and preferred stock and the differences between the classes
of stock.
3.
Determine the financial statement impact when stock is
3
10
Mod
issued for cash or other consideration.
4
20
Mod
4.
Describe the financial statement impact of stock treated as
5
15
Mod
treasury stock.
6
15
Mod
5.
Compute the amount of cash dividends when a firm has
7
10
Mod
issued both preferred and common stock.
8
15
Mod
6.
Show that you understand the difference between cash
9
15
Mod
and stock dividends and the effect of stock dividends.
7.
Determine the difference between stock dividends and stock
10
15
Diff
splits.
11
15
Diff
8.
Show that you understand the statement of stockholders’
12
10
Easy
equity and comprehensive income.
13
15
Diff
9.
Understand how investors use ratios to evaluate stockholders’
14
5
Mod
equity.
10.
Explain the effects that transactions involving stockholders’
15
5
Mod
equity have on the statement of cash flows.
16
5
Mod
17
5
Mod
18
5
Easy
11.
Describe the important differences between the sole
19
15
Mod
proprietorship and partnership forms of organization
20
10
Mod
versus the corporate form (Appendix).
*Exercise, problem, or case covers two or more learning outcomes
Level = Difficulty levels: Easy; Moderate (Mod); Difficult (Diff)
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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS MANUAL
Problems
Estimated
and
Time in
Learning Outcomes
Alternates
Minutes
Level
1.
Identify the components of the Stockholders’ Equity category
1
20
Mod
of the balance sheet and the accounts found in each
12*
15
Mod
component.
14*
15
Diff
2.
Show that you understand the characteristics of common
2
15
Mod
and preferred stock and the differences between the classes
of stock.
3.
Determine the financial statement impact when stock is
13*
20
Mod
issued for cash or other consideration.
4.
Describe the financial statement impact of stock treated as
12*
15
Mod
treasury stock.
13*
20
Mod
14*
15
Mod
5.
Compute the amount of cash dividends when a firm has
3
20
Mod
issued both preferred and common stock.
6.
Show that you understand the difference between cash
4
15
Diff
and stock dividends and the effect of stock dividends.
7.
Determine the difference between stock dividends and stock
5
20
Mod
splits.
13*
20
Mod
8.
Show that you understand the statement of stockholders’
6
20
Mod
equity and comprehensive income.
7
10
Mod
9.
Understand how investors use ratios to evaluate stockholders’
equity.
10.
Explain the effects that transactions involving stockholders’
8
15
Diff
equity have on the statement of cash flows.
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 Balance Sheet, Corporate Finance

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