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QBM117 Business Statistics

QBM117 Business Statistics

QBM117 Business Statistics Descriptive Statistics Graphical Presentation of Qualitative Data Objective To summarise qualitative data using pie charts and bar charts Graphical Methods for Qualitative Data Qualitative data are categorical observations.

By emily
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REVENUE RECOGNITION

REVENUE RECOGNITION

REVENUE RECOGNITION. Some Highlights and Examples from SAB 101. More Applications of Revenue Recognition. Individual film forecast method. Tradecity.com

By johana
(337 views)

Chapter 6: Cash and Accounts Receivable

Chapter 6: Cash and Accounts Receivable

Chapter 6: Cash and Accounts Receivable. Current asset: if intended to be converted into cash, or used up, within one year or within an operating cycle, whichever is longer. Industries like aerospace and manufacturers of farm equipment may have operating cycles longer than a year.

By Jimmy
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Selling a Product or a Service

Selling a Product or a Service

C H A P T E R. 6. Selling a Product or a Service. Learning Objective 1. Understand the three basic types of business activities: operating, investing, and financing. Always associated with the primary activities of the business. Major Activities of a Business. Operating Activities:

By jacob
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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Chapter 4. Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP). Objectives. After studying this topic you should be able to : Understand the concept and terminology of CVP; Have a working knowledge of CVP calculations; Appreciate the usefulness of CVP to managers as a decision making tool; and

By cira
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Financial Statement Analysis:  Key to Identifying Fraud

Financial Statement Analysis:  Key to Identifying Fraud

Financial Statement Analysis:  Key to Identifying Fraud. Breakout Session # 803 Juanita M. Rendon, MBA, CPA April 7, 2009 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Learning Objectives. Understand general fraud concepts. Understand basic financial statements and ratio analysis.

By kapila
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Financial Statements For Decision Making. Objectives. After studying this topic you should be able to: Develop knowledge and understanding of a variety of accounting statements; Critically evaluate the usefulness of such information to managers, and other statement users;

By falala
(775 views)

Chapter 6: Cash and Accounts Receivable

Chapter 6: Cash and Accounts Receivable

Chapter 6: Cash and Accounts Receivable. Current asset: if intended to be converted into cash, or used up, within one year or within an operating cycle, whichever is longer. Industries like aerospace and manufacturers of farm equipment may have operating cycles longer than a year.

By terrence
(165 views)

Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to:

Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to:

5. Accounting for Merchandising Operations. Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to: [1] Identify the differences between a service and merchandising companies. [2] Explain the recording of purchases under a perpetual inventory system.

By teddy
(368 views)

Financial Statements

Financial Statements

Financial Statements. CSC454 Joint Tutorial. Pedram Rahbari March/10/2003. Agenda. Introduction: The Big Picture Financial and Pro Forma Statements: The “ Balance Sheet ” Profit, the “ Income Statement” , and what it doesn’t say

By ervin
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Difference between cash and profit

Difference between cash and profit

Difference between cash and profit. Cash is considered cash and cheques It’s a liquid asset of the business Cash is the inflow of money into the business bank account (actual money received, rather than what is ‘promised’) Cash also flows out of the business – e.g. paying suppliers bills.

By jaunie
(647 views)

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis. Identify different cost behavior patterns. Objective 1. Types of Costs. Variable. Fixed. Mixed. Variable Costs Example. Consider Grand Canyon Railway. Assume that breakfast costs Grand Canyon Railway $3 per person.

By sovann
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Lesson 6 Accounting for Merchandising Activities

Lesson 6 Accounting for Merchandising Activities

Lesson 6 Accounting for Merchandising Activities. Task Team of FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING School of Business, Sun Yat-sen University. Outline. Merchandising activities Operating cycle of merchandising companies Merchandising cost accounts Inventory systems Merchandise purchases

By aimon
(371 views)

Accounting and finance

Accounting and finance

Accounting and finance. Break-even analysis. Break-even analysis. break-even analysis provides a simple means of measuring profits and losses at different levels of output sales revenues and total costs are analysed for each different level of production

By astro
(279 views)

Preparing Financial Statements - Introduction

Preparing Financial Statements - Introduction

Preparing Financial Statements - Introduction. Chapter 6. © Luby & O’Donoghue (2005). Revision. Key terms: Revenue Expenses Assets Liabilities Capital. Reporting profit.

By kail
(119 views)

Financial Statement Analysis:  Key to Identifying Fraud

Financial Statement Analysis:  Key to Identifying Fraud

Financial Statement Analysis:  Key to Identifying Fraud. Breakout Session # 803 Juanita M. Rendon, MBA, CPA April 7, 2009 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Learning Objectives. Understand general fraud concepts. Understand basic financial statements and ratio analysis.

By derry
(132 views)

Be a Super-champ in Closing the Deals

Be a Super-champ in Closing the Deals

If you feel the need to expand the skills in your F

By ccilearning
(81 views)

Business Plan Considerations

Business Plan Considerations

Business Plan Considerations. Types of Plans. Complete, Quick Startup, Existing For-Profit, Non-Profit Customized, Fill-in-the-Blank. Success. What determines small business success ? Management Team - Experience Preparation – Plan, Thought/Advice (diverse perspectives)

By quynh
(109 views)

Business Organization and Management: An Introduction

Business Organization and Management: An Introduction

Business Organization and Management: An Introduction. Mrs. Chandler. What is business?. What is business?. A business is an organisation that has been specifically set up to provide some kind of product or service to its customers. Name 5 businesses.

By brant
(554 views)

Welcome to Week 10 Week 9 Exams are Over!

Welcome to Week 10 Week 9 Exams are Over!

Welcome to Week 10 Week 9 Exams are Over!. Financial Accounting: Chapter 6 Ashton Converse Inventory and Costs of Goods Sold. Welcome Review/Quick Exam Talk Collect Homework and Discuss Discussion Video Clip Finish Chapter 5 Start Chapter 6 Merchandise Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold

By sitara
(100 views)

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