your management brief should be a 1 3 page Microsoft Word document with double

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your management brief should be a 1-3 page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-pt. Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value Workbook: Adjusting entries Prepare adjusting entries for unrealized loss and tax issues Prepares adjusting entries for unrealized loss and tax issues, but entries contain inaccuracies Prepares adjusting entries for unrealized loss and tax issues, but entries contain inaccuracies Does not prepare adjusting entries for unrealized loss and tax issues Does not prepare adjusting entries for unrealized loss and tax issues Does not prepare adjusting entries for unrealized loss and tax issues 12.5
12.5 12.5 12.5 Management Brief: Comprehensive Income Explains rationale for the inclusion as comprehensive income (as opposed to net income) of nondisclosure within notes Explains rationale for the inclusion as comprehensive income (as opposed to net income) of nondisclosure within notes, but response is cursory or contains inaccuracies Explains rationale for the inclusion as comprehensive income (as opposed to net income) of nondisclosure within notes, but response is cursory or contains inaccuracies Does not explain rationale for the inclusion as comprehensive income (as opposed to net income) of nondisclosure Does not explain rationale for the inclusion as comprehensive income (as opposed to net income) of nondisclosure Does not explain rationale for the inclusion as comprehensive income (as opposed to net income) of nondisclosure 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 Management Brief: Other Sources of Comprehensive Income Identifies sources of other comprehensive income not included in net income Identifies sources of other comprehensive income not included in net income, but sources identified are cursory or response contains inaccuracies

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• Fall '15
• Generally Accepted Accounting Principles