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ACCT 551 intermediate accounting II

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    Jan 08, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Professor Tabor is very understanding of your situation if you take this class with him. He will reach out to you less than a day, and answer all of your questions and concerns. If you keep him on tab with your personal problems getting in the way of turning in an assignment on time, he is very thoughtful and will extend the deadline for you. However, don't take advantage of his kindness, so turn it in on time. He was able to help me during the course when I was struggling with the material and when I got sick later at the end of the course. If it weren't for him, I would have never got an A-. Please reach out to tutors for help as this course do get difficult.

    Course highlights:

    I learned so much about Goodwill and intangible assets and how each are treated slightly differently in accounting. I also learned about the journal entries for issuing stocks, selling stocks, acquiring stocks of another company, dividend transactions and purchasing Treasury stock. I enjoyed learning about those topics the best, but they can get very confusing. Pay very close attention to the Stockholders' Equity section.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Do not fall behind in this class as the materials are very heavy in calculations and many different type of methods. The chapters are really long, so try to read parts of the book that the professor share in his lessons. Ask your classmates for help and ask if they are struggling at the same problem as you. Most likely they are too. I am sure there is one student who knows all the answer that will help you out. If not, then reach out to a tutor or the professor. If you have Professor Brent Tabor, then he will respond very quickly and guide you to the correct answer.

    • Winter 2016
    • Brent Tabor
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