entitys financial information should be
useful to users in making their investment
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Three General Classifications
LCM Example Individual Items
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LCM Method Comparison
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LCM - Example
Remmers Company manufa
Current Liabilities and
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Probable future economic sacrifices of an entitys
from past transactions.
Depreciation, Depletion, Amortization
(DD&A) and Impairment
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Allocates tangible asset costs among
the assets revenue-earning periods.
Depreciable base (e.g
Intangible Asset Types
trademarks or trade names,
Internet domain names, and
Life of creator + 70 years.
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The amount of time expected
to elapse until an asset is converted into
Liquidity is an indicatio
p Identifying Inventory
p Measuring Inventory Costs
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p Held for sale;
p Used or consumed in making goods for
The Accounting Information
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system of checks and balances designed
to accomplish a number of accounting as
well as non-accounting purposes.
and detect fraud and errors;
Capitalize vs. Expense
Question 1: Does the amount spent (services, money,
other property) improve/enhance/increase our future
Extends useful life.
Question 2: Does the amount spent (services, money,
Simple Interest - Example
At the first day of the year, Client borrows $20,000 for 3
years at a rate of 7% per year. What is our clients
annual interest cost? How much, in total, will Client pay
after 3 years?
Interest rate x
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by service firms, banks, utilities.
by merchandising and manufacturing firms.
Based on a contract (bond indenture)
A sum certain;
At a stated future date; together with
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