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Test 2 - Review Outline and Check List

Test 2 - Review Outline and Check List - Acc 221 Exam#2...

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Acc 221 – Exam #2 – Review Guide and Check List This check-list is provided to guide your final review in preparation for Exam #2. It is not a replacement for completing all of the reading and homework assignments. Often the concepts in a question are covered in more pages of the textbook and more homework problems than just the pages and homework problems listed under the question. Exam Question #: 1 How to Handle a Bank Fee – on a Bank Reconciliation [ ] Serv Chg Tab in “Bank Recon Examples.xls” Excel Handout [ ] Homework: Question 4-17 -- Exercises: 4-5, 4-6, 4-8 -- Problems: 4-2A (requirement 1), 4-3A (requirement 1) [ ] Spiceland pages 169 to 171 Exam Question #: 2 How to Handle a NSF Check – on a Bank Reconciliation [ ] NSF Check Tab in “Bank Recon Examples.xls” Excel Handout [ ] Homework: Question 4-17 -- Exercises: 4-5, 4-6 -- Problems: 4-2A (requirement 1), 4- 3A (requirement 1) [ ] Spiceland pages 169 to 171 Exam Question #: 3 How to Handle an Error in Recording a Check Received from a Customer (error in recording a deposit) – on a Bank Reconciliation [ ] Homework: Question 4-17 [ ] General reconciliation concepts from Spiceland pages 166 to 171 Exam Question #: 4 How to Handle an Error in Recording a Check Written to a Vendor – on a Bank Reconciliation [ ] Ck Rec too much Tab – Ck Rec too little Tab -- in “Bank Recon Examples.xls” Excel Handout [ ] Homework: Problem: 4-2A (requirement 1) [ ] Spiceland pages 169 to 171
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