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6.NonOperating revenues and expenses are revenues and expenses not related to the saleof products or services regularly offered for sale by a business?
7.Two basic methods for estimating uncollectible accounts under the allowance method are the percentage of the cost of sales method and the percentage of receivables method?
8.Liabilities result from some past transaction and are obligations to pay cash, provide services, or deliver goods at some time in the future?
9.Generally, the lower the accounts receivable turnover, the better; and the shorter the average collection period, the better?
10. Current liabilities are classified as clearly determinable, estimated, and contingent?True
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Module 3Chapter 17Analyzing Financial StatementsCustomers want to buy from companies that will:ocontinue to produce goods or provide services in the futureoprovide repair or warranty service if requiredEmployees need to know if a company provides:ocompetitive salary and benefitsoexperiences that will prepare you to assume increased responsibilityoa secure position for the foreseeable futureSuppliers need to know if customers will: opay for the purchase as agreedobe able to continue to purchase and pay for goods and servicesLenders are interested in estimating:othe future profits of the enterpriseothe amount of other claims against those profits, such as dividends to stockholdersopayments to other lenders, and future investments by the firmIn order to make it easier to use financial statements over time and across companies, a common set of rules and conventions have been developed to guide the preparation of financial statements. These rules and conventions, called generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), were developed by several different organizations over a number of years. In the United States, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has the power to setaccounting rules for publicly traded companies. However, the SEC has delegated this authority to the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)While the FASB is the primary accounting standard setter in the United States, the FASB has been working closely with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in its development of international financial reporting standards (IFRS)Two general comparisons we make when analyzing financial statements are cross sectional analysis and time series (or trend) analysis.
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