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The Horngren System of instruction replicates the classroom experience by providing more "I get it" moments outside of class.We've talked to tons of POA instructors and our editors have even taken the accounting course (numerous times!) to figure out the following issue in this course that is consistent: Students understand (or "get it") right after you do a problem in class, but as soon as they leave class, with each passing hour, their ability to do the problems again and complete their homework diminishes to the point of them either having to come to office hours to get help, or they just quit and get behind in the course. On top of this, you can end up getting behind in the course as well, in order to keep everyone on track. The Horngren system helps to recreate the "I get it" moments outside of class-keeping both you and the students on track.show more

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  • Paperback | 912 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 38.1mm | 2,109.23g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 7th edition
  • 0132399490
  • 9780132399494

Table of contents

1Accounting and the Business EnvironmentVignette: Sherman Lawn Service and DeFilippo CateringAccounting: The Language of BusinessDecision Makers: The Users of Accounting InformationFinancial Accounting and Management AccountingThe Accounting ProfessionGoverning OrganizationsEthics in Accounting and BusinessStandards of Professional ConductTypes of Business OrganizationsAccounting Concepts and PrinciplesThe Entity ConceptThe Reliability (Objectivity) PrincipleThe Cost PrincipleThe Going-Concern ConceptThe Stable-Monetary-Unit ConceptThe Accounting EquationAssets and LiabilitiesOwner's EquityAccounting for Business TransactionsEvaluating Business Transactions-The User Perspective of AccountingThe Financial StatementsFinancial Statement HeadingsRelationships Among the Financial Statementsj Decision Guidelinesc Summary ProblemReview: Accounting and the Business Environment, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary |Assess Your Progress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) |Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issues/Financial Statement Case/Team Projects2Recording Business TransactionsVignette: Sherman Lawn Service and DeFilippo CateringThe Account, the Ledger, and the JournalAssetsLiabilitiesOwner's EquityChart of AccountsDouble-Entry AccountingThe T-AccountIncreases and Decreases in the AccountsRecording Transactions in the JournalPosting (Copying Information) from the Journal to the LedgerExpanding the Rules of Debit and Credit: Revenues and ExpensesThe Normal Balance of an AccountThe Flow of Accounting DataSource DocumentsJournalizing Transactions and Posting to the Ledger7e_FMsamp_0132439603.QXD 6/29/06 3:16 PM Page iiiThe Ledger Accounts After PostingThe Trial BalanceDetails of Journals and LedgersDetails in the LedgerCorrecting Trial Balance ErrorsThe Four-Column Account: An Alternative to the T-AccountRecording Transactions From Actual Business Documentsj Decision Guidelinesc Summary ProblemReview: Recording Business Transactions, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B)/ContinuingProblem | Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial StatementCase/Team Projectc Demo Doc: Debit/Credit Transaction Analysisc Demo Doc Solutions3The Adjusting ProcessVignette: Cookie Lapp TravelAccounting Concepts and PrinciplesAccrual Accounting versus Cash-Basis AccountingThe Accounting PeriodThe Revenue PrincipleThe Matching PrincipleThe Time-Period ConceptAdjusting the AccountsPrepaids and AccrualsPrepaid ExpensesDepreciationAccrued ExpensesAccrued RevenuesUnearned RevenuesSummary of the Adjusting ProcessThe Adjusted Trial BalanceThe Financial StatementsPreparing the StatementsRelationships Among the Financial StatementsEthical Issues in Accrual Accountingj Decision Guidelinesc Summary ProblemReview: The Adjusting Process, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess Your Progress,Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) | Apply Your Knowledge,Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectAPPENDIX TO CHAPTER 3: Alternative Treatment of Prepaid Expenses and UnearnedRevenues4Completing the Accounting CycleVignette: Sherman Lawn Service and DeFilippo CateringThe Accounting CycleThe Work SheetSummary Problem 1iv ContentsCompleting the Accounting CyclePreparing the Financial StatementsRecording the Adjusting EntriesClosing the AccountsPostclosing Trial BalanceClassifying Assets and LiabilitiesAssetsLiabilitiesThe Classified Balance SheetBalance Sheet FormsAccounting RatiosCurrent RatioDebt Ratioj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Completing the Accounting Cycle, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | AssessYour Progress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B)/ContinuingProblem | Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Case/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectAPPENDIX TO CHAPTER 4: Reversing Entries: An Optional Step5Merchandising OperationsVignette: Austin SoundWhat Are Merchandising Operations?The Operating Cycle of a Merchandising BusinessInventory Systems: Perpetual and PeriodicPerpetual Inventory SystemsAccounting for Inventory in the Perpetual SystemPurchase of InventorySale of InventorySales Revenue, Cost of Goods Sold, and Gross ProfitSummary Problem 1Adjusting and Closing the Accounts of a MerchandiserAdjusting Inventory Based on a Physical CountClosing the Accounts of a MerchandiserPreparing a Merchandiser's Financial StatementsIncome Statement Formats: Multi-Step and Single-StepTwo Ratios for Decision MakingThe Gross Profit PercentageThe Rate of Inventory TurnoverCost of Goods Sold in a Periodic Inventory Systemj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2APPENDIX A TO CHAPTER 5: Work Sheet for a Merchandising BusinessReview: Merchandising Operations, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B)/ContinuingProblem | Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial StatementCase/Team ProjectAPPENDIX B TO CHAPTER 5: Accounting for Merchandise in a PeriodicInventory SystemComprehensive Problem for Chapters 1-56Merchandise InventoryVignette: Rocky Mountain Sportswear CompanyInventory Costing MethodsInventory Costing in a Perpetual SystemFirst-In, First-Out (FIFO) MethodJournal Entries Under FIFOLast-In, First-Out (LIFO) MethodJournal Entries Under LIFOAverage-Cost MethodJournal Entries Under Average CostingComparing FIFO, LIFO, and Average CostSummary Problem 1Accounting Principles and InventoriesOther Inventory IssuesLower-of-Cost-or-Market RuleEffects of Inventory ErrorsEthical IssuesEstimating Ending Inventoryj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Accounting for Merchandise Inventory, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | AssessYour Progress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) | ApplyYour Knowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectAPPENDIX TO CHAPTER 6: Accounting for Inventory in a Periodic System7Accounting Information SystemsVignette: InMotionAn Effective Accounting Information SystemComponents of a Computerized SystemHow Computerized and Manual Systems WorkDesigning a System: The Chart of AccountsProcessing Transactions: Manual and Menu-Driven SystemsEnterprise Resource Planning (ERP) SystemsIntegrated Accounting Software: SpreadsheetsSpecial JournalsSpecial Journals in a Manual SystemThe Sales JournalUsing Documents as JournalsThe Cash Receipts JournalThe Purchases JournalThe Cash Payments JournalThe Role of the General JournalThe Credit Memo-Recording Sales Returns and AllowancesThe Debit Memo-Recording Purchase Returns and AllowancesBalancing the LedgersBlending Computers and Special Journalsj Decision Guidelinesc Summary ProblemReview: Accounting Information Systems, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A) | Apply Your Knowledge, DecisionCases/Ethical Issue/Team ProjectsComprehensive Problem for Chapters 1-78Internal Control and CashVignette: InMotionInternal ControlThe Sarbanes-Oxley Account (SOX)The Component of Internal ControlInternal Control ProceduresInternal Controls for E-CommerceThe Limitations of Internal ControlThe Bank Account as a Control DeviceThe Bank ReconciliationPreparing the Bank ReconciliationOnline BankingSummary Problem 1Internal Control over Cash ReceiptsInternal Control over Cash PaymentsControls over Payment by CheckControlling Petty Cash PaymentsReporting Cash on the Balance SheetEthics and AccountingCorporate and Professional Codes of EthicsEthical Issues in Accountingj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Internal Control and Cash, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) | Apply YourKnowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team Project9ReceivablesVignette: InMotionReceivables: An IntroductionTypes of ReceivablesEstablishing Internal Control over Collection of ReceivablesManaging the Collection of Receivables: The Credit DepartmentDecision GuidelinesAccounting for Uncollectibles (Bad Debts)The Allowance MethodEstimating UncollectiblesWriting Off Uncollectible AccountsThe Direct Write-Off MethodRecovery of Accounts Previously Written OffCredit-Card, Bankcard, and Debit-Card SalesCredit-Card SalesBankcard SalesDebit-Card SalesSummary Problem !Notes Receivable: An OverviewIdentifying Maturity DateComputing Interest on a NoteAccounting for Notes ReceivableRecording Notes ReceivableAccruing Interest RevenueContents viiDishonored Notes ReceivableReporting Receivables on the Balance SheetComputers and Accounts ReceivableUsing Accounting Information for Decision MakingAcid-Test (or Quick) RatioDays' Sales in Receivablesj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Receivables, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess Your Progress, ShortExercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A) | Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/EthicalIssue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectAPPENDIX TO CHAPTER 9: Discounting a Note Receivable10Plant Assets and IntangiblesVignette: InMotionMeasuring the Cost of a Plant AssetLand and Land ImprovementsBuildingsMachinery and EquipmentFurniture and FixturesA Lump-Sum (Basket) Purchase of AssetsCapital ExpendituresDepreciationCauses of DepreciationMeasuring DepreciationDepreciation MethodsComparing Depreciation MethodsSummary Problem 1Other Issues in Accounting for Plant AssetsDepreciation and Income TaxesDepreciation for Partial YearsChanging the Useful Life of a Depreciable AssetUsing Fully-Depreciated AssetsDisposing of a Plant AssetAccounting for Natural ResourcesAccounting for Intangible AssetsSpecific IntangiblesAccounting for Research and Development CostsEthical Issuesj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Plant Assets and Intangibles, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) | Apply YourKnowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team Project11Current Liabilities and PayrollVignette: General MotorsCurrent Liabilities of Known AmountAccounts PayableShort-Term Notes PayableSales Tax PayableCurrent Portion of Long-Term Notes Payable7e_FMsamp_0132439603.QXD 6/29/06 3:16 PM Page viiiAccrued Expenses (Accrued Liabilities)Unearned RevenuesCurrent Liabilities That Must Be EstimatedEstimated Warranty PayableContingent LiabilitiesDecision GuidelinesSummary Problem 1Accounting for PayrollGross Pay and Net (Take-Home) PayPayroll Withholding DeductionsEmployer Payroll TaxesPayroll AccountingThe Payroll SystemPayroll RecordPayroll ChecksEarnings RecordPaying the PayrollInternal Control over PayrollReporting Current LiabilitiesEthical Issues in Reporting Liabilitiesj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Current Liabilities and Payroll, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A) | Apply Your Knowledge, DecisionCases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectsComprehensive Problem for Chapters 8-1112PartnershipsVignette:Characteristics of a PartnershipThe Written AgreementLimited LifeMutual AgencyUnlimited LiabilityCo-Ownership of PropertyNo Partnership Income TaxPartners' Capital AccountsTypes of PartnershipsGeneral PartnershipLimited PartnershipLimited Liability Company (LLC)S CorporationThe Start-Up of a PartnershipSharing Profits and Losses, and Partner DrawingsSharing Based on a Stated FractionSharing Based on Capital Balances and on ServicePartner Drawings of Cash and Other AssetsAdmission of a PartnerAdmission by Purchasing a Partner's InterestAdmission by Investing in the PartnershipWithdrawal of a PartnerWithdrawal at Book ValueWithdrawal at Less Than Book ValueWithdrawal at More Than Book ValueDeath of a PartnerLiquidation of a PartnershipSale of Assets at a GainSale of Assets at a LossPartnership Financial Statementsj Decision Guidelinesc Summary ProblemReview: Partnerships, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess Your Progress, ShortExercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) | Apply Your Knowledge,Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Team Project13Corporations: Paid-In Capital and the Balance SheetVignette: IHOPCorporations: An OverviewCharacteristics of a CorporationOrganizing a CorporationCapital StockStockholders' Equity BasicsPaid-In Capital Comes from the StockholdersRetained Earnings Come from Profitable OperationsA Corporation May Pay Dividends to the StockholdersStockholders' RightsClasses of StockIssuing StockIssuing Common StockIssuing Preferred StockEthical ConsiderationsReview of Accounting for Paid-In CapitalDecision GuidelinesSummary Problem 1Accounting for Cash DividendsDividend DatesDeclaring and Paying DividendsDividing Dividends Between Preferred and CommonDividends on Cumulative and Noncumulative PreferredDifferent Values of StockMarket ValueBook ValueEvaluating OperationsRate of Return on Total AssetsRate of Return on Common Stockholders' EquityAccounting for Income Taxes by Corporationsj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Corporations: Paid-In Capital and the Balance Sheet, Quick Check/AccountingVocabulary | Assess Your Progress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems(Group B) | Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial StatementCase/Team Project14Corporations: Retained Earnings and the Income StatementVignette: IHOPRetained Earnings, Stock Dividends, and Stock SplitsRetained EarningsStock DividendsStock SplitsStock Dividends and Stock Splits ComparedTreasury StockPurchase of Treasury StockSale of Treasury StockOther Stockholders' Equity IssuesRetirement of StockRestrictions on Retained EarningsVariations in Reporting Stockholders' EquityDecision GuidelinesSummary Problem 1The Corporate Income StatementContinuing OperationsSpecial ItemsEarnings per ShareCombined Statement of Income and Retained EarningsStatement of Retained EarningsReporting Comprehensive IncomePrior-Period Adjustmentsj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Retained Earnings, Treasury Stock, and the Income Statement, QuickCheck/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess Your Progress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems(Group A)/Problems (Group B) | Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/EthicalIssue/Financial Statement Case/Team Project15Long-Term LiabilitiesVignette: Amazon.comBonds: An IntroductionTypes of BondsBond PricesPresent ValueBond Interest RatesIssuing Bonds Payable to Borrow MoneyIssuing Bonds Payable at Maturity (Par) ValueIssuing Bonds Payable at a DiscountIssuing Bonds Payable at a PremiumThe Carrying Amount of Bonds PayableDecision GuidelinesSummary Problem 1Additional Bond TopicsAdjusting Entries for Bonds PayableIssuing Bonds Payable Between Interest DatesRetirement of Bonds PayableConvertible Bonds PayableReporting Liabilities on the Balance SheetAdvantages and Disadvantages: Bonds versus Stockj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Long-Term Liabilities, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess Your Progress,Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) | Apply Your Knowledge,Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectAPPENDIX TO CHAPTER 15: The Time Value of Money: Present Value of a BondComprehensive Problem for Chapters 13-1516The Statement of Cash FlowsVignette: eBayIntroduction: The Statement of Cash FlowsCash EquivalentsOperating, Investing, and Financing ActivitiesTwo Formats for Operating ActivitiesPreparing the Statement of Cash Flows by the Indirect MethodCash Flows from Operating ActivitiesCash Flows from Investing ActivitiesCash Flows from Financing ActivitiesNoncash Investing and Financing ActivitiesMeasuring Cash Adequacy: Free Cash FlowSummary Problemj Decision GuidelinesReview: The Statement of Cash Flows, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectsAPPENDIX A: Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows by the Direct Methodj Decision GuidelinesAPPENDIX B: Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows Using a Spreadsheet17Financial Statement AnalysisVignette: Google Inc.Horizontal AnalysisIllustration: Google Inc.Horizontal Analysis of the Income StatementHorizontal Analysis of the Balance SheetTrend PercentagesVertical AnalysisIllustration: Google Inc.How Do We Compare One Company with Another?BenchmarkingBenchmarking Against a Key CompetitorBenchmarking Against the Industry AverageSummary Problem 1Using Ratios to Make DecisionsMeasuring Ability to Pay Current LiabilitiesMeasuring Ability to Sell Inventory and Collect ReceivablesMeasuring Ability to Pay Long-Term DebtMeasuring ProfitabilityAnalyzing Stock InvestmentsRed Flags in Financial Statement Analysisj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Financial Statement Analysis, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary | Assess YourProgress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) | Apply YourKnowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team ProjectsComprehensive Problem for Chapters 16 and 1718Introduction to Management AccountingVignette: Joe's Delivery Service, Maria's Birthday Cakes, Roberto's BakeryManagement AccountabilityService Companies, Merchandising Companies, and Manufacturing CompaniesToday's Business EnvironmentMerchandising Companiesc Summary Problem 1Manufacturing CompaniesEthical Standardsj Decision Guidelinesc Summary Problem 2Review: Introduction to Management Accounting, Quick Check/Accounting Vocabulary |Assess Your Progress, Short Exercises/Exercises/Problems (Group A)/Problems (Group B) |Apply Your Knowledge, Decision Cases/Ethical Issue/Financial Statement Case/Team Projectshow more

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