AC300_Finley_Joey_Reflecting_on_Intermediate_Accounting_I_Unit_10

AC300_Finley_Joey_Reflecting_on_Intermediate_Accounting_I_Unit_10

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Running head: REFLECTING ON INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 1 Reflecting on Intermediate Accounting I Joey Finley Kaplan University Intermediate Accounting I AC300 Paula Beiser October 09, 2011
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REFLECTING ON INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 2 Reflecting on Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting I has definitely been an eye opening experience reviewing and expanding beyond what I learned in Accounting I, Accounting II, Managerial Accounting, and Managerial Accounting. Absolutely everything that was taught in this class will make me a stronger contender with the workforce in the real world in interview for jobs and once I have been hired. Some finer points or key concepts of this class that I presuppose will be more commonly used I believe will be using a balance sheet and adhering to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) in all ways . These will be obvious factors in daily accounting throughout any given work day. Learning more in depth about Statements of Financial Accounting Concepts (FASB) in dividing the conceptual framework activities into projects: (a)
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