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Test Bank for Financial Accounting, 5th Canadian Edition, Walter T. Harrison, Jr., Charles T. Horngren, C. William Thomas, Greg Berberich, Catherine Seguin, ISBN-10: 0133472264, ISBN-13: 9780133472264, Downloadable Digital Test Bank Files

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Test Bank for Financial Accounting, 5th Canadian Edition, Walter T. Harrison, Jr., Charles T. Horngren, C. William Thomas, Greg Berberich, Catherine Seguin, ISBN-10: 0133472264, ISBN-13: 9780133472264



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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Financial Statements

Explain Why Accounting Is the Language of Business

Explain Accounting’s Conceptual Framework and Underlying Assumptions

Describe the Purpose of Each Financial Statement and Explain the Elements of Each One

Explain the Relationships Among the Financial Statements

Make Ethical Business Decisions

Chapter 2 Recording Business Transactions

Describe Common Types of Accounts

Record the Impact of Business Transactions on the Accounting Equation

Record the Impact of Business Transactions in T-Accounts

Record Business Transactions in the Journal and Post Them to the Ledger

Prepare a Trial Balance

Chapter 3 Accrual Accounting and the Financial Statements

Explain How Accrual Accounting Differs From Cash-Basis Accounting

Apply the Revenue and Expense Recognition Principles

Record Adjusting Journal Entries

Prepare the Financial Statements

Record Closing Journal Entries

Analyze and Evaluate a Company’s Debt-Paying Ability

Chapter 4 Internal Control and Cash

Describe Fraud and Its Impact

Explain the Objectives and Components of Internal Control

Prepare and Use a Bank Reconciliation

Apply Internal Controls to Cash Receipts and Cash Payments

Construct and Use a Budget to Manage Cash

Chapter 5 Short-Term Investments and ReceivTables

Account for Short-Term Investments

Account for and Control ReceivTables

Estimate and Account for Uncollectible Accounts ReceivTables

Account for Notes ReceivTable

Explain How to Improve Cash Flows From Sales and ReceivTables

Evaluate a Company’s Liquidity

Chapter 6 Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold

Account for Inventory Using the Perpetual and Periodic Inventory Systems

Explain and Apply Three Inventory Costing Methods

Explain How Accounting Standards Apply to Inventories

Analyze and Evaluate Gross Profit and Inventory Turnover

Use the Cost-of-Goods-Sold (COGS) Model to Make Management Decisions

Analyze How Inventory Errors Affect the Financial Statements

Chapter 7 Property, Plant, and Equipment, and Intangible Assets

Describe the Types of Tangible and Intangible Assets a Business May Own

Measure and Account for the Cost of Property, Plant, and Equipment

Calculate and Record Depreciation on Property, Plant, and Equipment

Explain Additional Topics in Accounting for Long-Lived Tangible Assets

Account for Intangible Assets

Interpret Tangible and Intangible Asset Activities on the Statement of Cash Flows

Chapter 8 Long-Term Investments and the Time Value of Money

Analyze and Report Non-strategic Investments

Analyze and Report Investments in Affiliated Companies Using the Equity Method

Analyze and Report Controlling Interests in Other Corporations Using Consolidated Financial Statements

Analyze and Report Long-Term Investments in Bonds

Report Investing Activities on the Statement of Cash Flows

Explain the Impact of the Time Value of Money on Certain Types of Investments

Chapter 9 Liabilities

Explain and Account for Current Liabilities

Explainthe Types, Features, and Pricing of Bonds PayTable

Calculate and Account for Interest Expense on Bonds PayTable

Explain the Advantages and Disadvantages of Financing with Debt Versus Equity

Analyze and Evaluate a Company’s Debt-Paying Ability

Describe Other Types of Long-Term Liabilities

Report Liabilities on the Balance Sheet

Chapter 10 Shareholders’ Equity

Explain the Main Features of a Corporation

Account for the Issuance of Shares

Explain Why a Company Repurchases Shares

Account for Retained Earnings, Dividends, and Stock Splits

Distinguish Between Fair Value and Book Value per Share

Evaluate a Company’s Return on Equity Using DuPont Analysis

Report Equity Transactions and Events in the Financial Statements

Chapter 11 The Income Statement, the Statement of Comprehensive Income, and the Statement of Shareholders’ Equity

Evaluate the Quality of Earnings

Account for Other Items on the Income Statement

Compute Earnings per Share

Analyze the Statement of Comprehensive Income and the Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity

Differentiate Between Management’s and the Auditor’s Responsibilities in Financial Reporting

Chapter 12 The Statement of Cash Flows

Explain the Uses of the Statement of Cash Flows

Explain and Classify Cash Flows from Operating, Investing, and Financing Activities

Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows Using the Indirect Method of Determining Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Chapter 13 Financial Statement Analysis

Perform Horizontal Analysis

Perform Vertical Analysis

Prepare Common-Size Financial Statements

Use the Statement of Cash Flows in Decision Making

Use Ratios to Make Business Decisions