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2 Advanced Accounting 2008 - first half of semester slides

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Advanced Accounting First Half of Semester
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My availability Bartley 2006 Office hours: Monday/Wednesday 4:30-6 Usually here more than this on Monday and Wednesdays but the above should be guaranteed Other – by appointment – very flexible Can generally come to campus 1:30-3:00 wednesday Usually available Tues and Thurs-Fri in my Wayne office – 10 minutes from campus Free for discussion re any accounting, business, career matters
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Course Ground Rules Attendance Completion of all deliverables Grade mode Satisfactory – Unsatisfactory – C required Check with CPA board Will give letter that pass was C
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Overview of Course Content – First half of semester Accounting for acquisitions Consolidation and equity methods Accounting for other investments Matter covered in text only – Non profit accounting On quiz only – not on midterm or final Acquisition accounting project Misc refresher topics Quick refresher on deferred income taxes
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Course content – second half of semester AICPA financial statement risks paper SEC issues/ SAB 104- revenue recognition issues Foreign currency accounting Matters covered in text book only: Governmental accounting
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Course resources Text for Governmental/Non profit Also good for foreign currency. Limited use otherwise Changes in acquisition/consolidation rules make text difficult to use for that segment of class New 9 th edition coming out for fall Non-text sources (posted to course discussion board except SAB 104 which is available on line) Course slides (one set for each half of semester) Problems and solutions One set word and excel problems for each portion of semester Outline and solutions for text problems for non profit and governmental Prior exams and quizzes (past two years)
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Course resources (cont) Handout memos listed in syllabus Purchase accounting basics Pro-forma for acquisitions Inventory profit elimination (for consolidation) Elimination of investment accounts (excel sheet) Accounting for investments under consolidation, equity and fv methods “Cheat sheet” on accounting for fair value investments under FAS 115 (excel) Other handouts FAS 160 (non controlling interests in financial statements) FAS 141R (updated accounting for acquisitions) SAB 104 - Revenue recognition AICPA Paper re financial statement risks
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Course resources (cont) Responsible for matters discussed in class – whether or not in text Responsible for awareness of major business, national and international events Newspapers – WSJ, NYT, others Email updates, etc Will post handouts, slides, memos, problems, solutions on web ct course discussion board (in “course content” section)
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Text usage 3 Chapters – solely in text (not covered in class) Non profit accounting – one chapter (18) Governmental accounting – 2 chapters (16-17) Otherwise
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