acc- 220 - week 3 Classified Balance Sheets

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Classified Balance Sheets A classified balance sheet organizes the balance sheet into an easier design building it a lot simpler to understand. The majority of balance sheets utilize the four different categories that signify assets. Current assets are resources, which is likely to be altered into currency by the company within the first year. For the majority of any business, the cut-off is the year from when the balance sheet is dated. Some businesses make use of time longer than a year to categorize assets and legal responsibilities since they have an operating cycle, which is over than a year. Long-term and funds are investments a business that proposes to embrace investments for more than a year. These include stocks and bonds, and money that have been set aside for a precise reason or development. In addition, long-term investments might consist of stocks in a business’s
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Unformatted text preview: affiliates and subsidiaries. Property, plant and equipment are the long-term or noncurrent asset section of the sheet. Included in this arrangement, which includes land, buildings, delivery equipment, and furniture, which are used within a business. In addition is the accruing decrease for some these assets. Several businesses have resources that do not have substantial material yet frequently are extremely expensive. These resources are known as intangible assets. These include patents, and trademarks that provide the business elite use for a specific time. At times, intangible assets are accounted for under a broader heading called other assets. Reference Kimmel, P., Weygandt, J., & Kieso, D. (2003). Essentials of accounting: Tools for business decision making (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley....
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course ACC 220 220 taught by Professor Aliciahubbard during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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