6 1 Final Project One Submission Consolidation Workbook and Memo 7 Partner

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6-1 Final Project One Submission: Consolidation Workbook and Memo 7 Partner Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting, Chapter 15 (pp. 760772) and Chapter 16 (pp. 812814) 7-1 Final Project Two Submission: Partnership Accounting Memo 8 Accounting and Reporting for Governmental Entities Advanced Financial Accounting, Chapter 17 (pp. 860867) and Chapter 18 (pp. 908912) 8-1 Discussion: Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports
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