M351 Syllabus, Sp'11 Eskew(1)

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There are two words that are sometimes used to explain the mastery required to be successful in an accounting course. I believe that the difference in meaning of these two words is relevant for M351. familiar —to be acquainted with, to introduce, to provide an introductory explanation, to start or to begin. know —to be certain of, to have an extensive, complete understanding, to be thoroughly proficient. It is the know word that is operative in M351. Now, read through the assignments for the entire course to get an idea of where we are going. Required Texts and Materials : Student access to FASB Codification Web site: Username – AAA51743
 Password – Sch28kr Title Code Authors Edition Publisher Intermediate Accounting KWW Kieso, Weygandt 13th, 2010 Wiley and Warfield Recommended Texts and Materials : AICPA Professional Standards : Volumes 1 and 2 3 MGMT 351, Spring 2011
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Assignments Date Topics Read Prepare Tu. 1/11 Introduction to the content of M351, GAAP, time value of money refresher, introduction to current liabilities and contingencies Review  KWW,  Ch. 6 BE6-3, BE6-4, E6-10,  P6-2 Th 1/13 Short-term notes (including interest), unearned revenue, payroll Time value of money problem set (to be collected for grading in one week) distributed in class. KWW Ch. 13 pp. 636-651 E13-1, E13-6, E13-7, P13-2, P13-3 Tu. 1/18 Contingencies, presentation of current liabilities and contingencies KWW Ch. 13 pp. 651-668 E13-11, E13-16, P13-10, Financial Reporting Problem (p. 684) Th 1/20 Borrowing with bonds, entries and account balances for bonds with premium and discounts using effective interest only , issuing bonds between interest payment dates, adjusting entries for bonds, extinguishment of debt. Time value of money problem set due in class today . KWW Ch. 14 pp. 688-703 E14-2, E14-4, E14-7, E14-9 Tu 1/25 Notes (including zero coupon), imputing interest KWW Ch. 14 pp. 703-709 Q14-16, BE14-13, BE14-14, E14-12, CA14-3, P14-9 Th 1/27 Reporting and analysis of LTD, troubled debt restructuring (Appendix 14A) KWW Ch. 14 pp. 709-723 Q14-27, Q14-29, Q14-30, E14-20, P14-10, P14-12 Tu 2/1 Snow Recess Th 2/3 Lease accounting by the lessee and lessor KWW Ch. 21 pp. 1114-1135 Q21-3, E21-1, E21- 2, E21-3, E21-4, E21-5 Tu 2/8 Other issues in lease accounting: residual value, sales type leases, bargain purchase options, initial direct costs, current vs. non- current, disclosure, lease examples KWW Ch. 21 pp. 1135-1157 Q21-21, Q21-22, E21-6, E21-12, P21-2 Financial Reporting Problem (p. 1177) 4 MGMT 351, Spring 2011
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Date Topics Read Prepare Th 2/10 Day off for Midterm Exam 1 Th 2/10 Midterm Exam 1, 8:00-9:30 p.m. CL50, no regular class, coverage: chapters 13, 14, 21 Tu 2/15 Pension plans, defined contribution, defined benefit, measuring pension liability, net funded status, pension expense KWW Ch. 20 pp. 1048-1069 Q20-2, Q20-9, Q20-10, Q20-12, E20-1, E20-4, E20-7, E20-8 Th 2/17 Using pension worksheet, prior service costs, asset and liability gains and losses. KWW Ch. 20 pp. 1069-1081 Q20-18, Q20-33, E20-9, E20-11, E20-12, Comparative Analysis Case (p. 1111) Tu 2/22 Stockholders’ equity, Common Stock, Issuance, Reacquisition, Treasury stock— acquisition and sale, Preferred Stock KWW Ch. 15 pp. 740-753 Q15-3, E15-1, P15-2, P15-5 Th 2/24 Cash, Stock, Property, and Liquidating Dividends, Stock split KWW Ch. 15 pp. 753-765 Q15-14, E15-12,
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