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Par or stated value method treasury stock reduces

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  Par or Stated value method.  Treasury stock, reduces stockholders’ equity. Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital
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Chapter 18-16 Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Illustration :  UC Company originally issued 15,000 shares of $1 par,  common stock for $25 per share.  Record the journal entry for the following  transaction: April 1 st  the company re-acquired 1,000 shares for $28 per share.
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Chapter 18-17 Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Illustration :  (continued from before) UC Company originally issued  15,000 shares of $1 par, common stock for $25 per share.  Record the  journal entry for the following transaction: June 1 st   Sold 500 shares of its Treasury Stock for $30 per share.
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Chapter 18-18 Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Illustration :  UC Company originally issued 15,000 shares of $1 par,  common stock for $25 per share.  Record the journal entry for the following  transaction: Oct. 15 th   Sold 300 shares of its Treasury Stock for $9 per share.
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Chapter 18-19 Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Illustration :  UC Company originally issued 15,000 shares of $1 par,  common stock for $25 per share.  Record the journal entry for the following  transaction: Oct. 30 th   Sold 100 shares of its Treasury Stock for $11 per share.
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Chapter 18-20 Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Illustration :  UC Company originally issued 15,000 shares of $1 par,  common stock for $25 per share.  Record the journal entry for the following  transaction: Nov. 10 th   Retired remaining 100 shares of its Treasury Stock.
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Chapter 18-21 Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Stockholders’ Equity with No Treasury Stock
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Chapter 18-22 Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Corporate Capital Stockholders’ Equity with Treasury Stock
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Chapter 18-23 Cumulative Participating Convertible Callable Redeemable Preferred Stock Preferred Stock Preferred Stock Preferred Stock Specific Features of Preferred Stock So why do firms issue preferred stock? What does it do for them?  
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Chapter 18-24 R/E is the accumulation of earnings (and losses) from  the inception of the company. Comprehensive income is more inclusive if economic  events that affect a company’s resources.  Basically, it is  net income plus: Gains and losses from DBP Deferred gains and losses from derivatives Gains and losses from FX translation  Unrealized gains and losses on investments.
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