Jessica Fleege Chapter 2 EOC Project
Chapter 2 EOC - Transaction Analysis
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ANALYZING AND RECORDING
Analyze each transaction and
event from source documents
Prepare and analyze
the trial balance
Record relevant transactions
and events in a journal
Post journal information
to ledger accounts
Processing Accounting Transactions
This slide presentation highlights that transaction analysis
consists of four steps:
1. Determine the accounts that are involved in
2. Determine how much the accounts involve
Chapter 2 PRACTICE Project
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OF CHAPTER CONCEPTS BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT THE END-OF-CHAPTER (EOC) PROJECT.
COMPLETE THE PROJECT.
Capital Markets Mechanism that helps economy allocate resources efficiently.
Corporation acquire capital from investors in exchg. for ownership interest and from creditors by
Initial market transactions stock and bond issuance by the corporatio
Financial Accounting: Chapter 14
o Bond issuers written promise to pay an amount identified as the
par value of the bond with interest.
o Par value of a bond Paid at a specified future date known as the bonds
Chapter 13: Accounting for Corporations
o Treasury Stock- represents shares of a companys own stock that
has been acquired. Corporations might acquire its own stock to:
Use their shares to buy other companies
Avoid a Hostile Takeover
Financial Accounting: Chapter 16
Statement of Cash Flows
To report cash receipts (inflows) and cash payments
(outflows) during a period.
Measurement of cash flows
Financial Account: Chapter 17
o Examination of financial statement data across time
Analyzing financial statements over time side by side.
o Comparative Balance sheet
Shows side by side balance sheets over time
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