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Partnership Accounting

The Essentials of Partnership Form of Business Entity, From Formation to Closing Process

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

This partnership course will focus on the accounting issues that are different in a partnership as compared to other types of entities like a sole proprietorship or corporations. It defines what a partnership is and comparing the characteristics of a partnership with other business entities. The course will discuss the process for setting up a new partnership, typically starting with the partners contributing capital to the partnership, requiring us to record the contribution and the capital accounts. It will also cover the processes in a partnership, from formation up to liquidation or closing process.

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  • Access 19 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Know what a partnership is & compare the characteristics of a partnership with other business entities
  • Learn the process of setting up a new partnership, starting with contributing capital
  • Understand the allocation of net income to the partners
  • Walk through the recording process of partnership draws
  • Learn about the partnership liquidation or closing process
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
4.4/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Basic understanding of financial accounting and debits and credits

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  • Your First Program
  • Accounting For Partnerships
    • 10 Partnerships Introduction - 20:52
    • 12 Partnership Set Up New Partnership - 11:15
    • 20 Partnership Income Allocation - 20:04
    • 22 Partnership Withdraws - 10:03
    • 23 Partnership Closing Process - 12:20
    • 25 Partnership Partner Leaves Partnership Cash Equal to Capital Account - 3:43
    • 26 Partnership Partner Leaves Partnership Cash less then Capital Account - 7:22
    • 28 Partner Leaves Partnership Cash Greater then Capital Account - 6:25
    • 29 Add New Partnership - Cash More Then Capital Account - 9:23
    • 29.1 Add New Partner - Cash Less Then Capital Account - 15:26
    • 29.2 partner sells partnership interest to a new Partner - 10:05
    • 29.3 Partner sells partnership interest - Cash Received Less Then Capital - 5:35
    • 29.4 Partner sells partnership interest - Cash Received Greater Than Capital - 7:00
    • 30 Partnership Liquidation Gain on sale of Assets - 16:54
    • 40 Partnerships Liquidation Loss on sale of Assets - 13:57
    • 50 Partnership Liquidation Partner Pays Partnership for Negative Capital Account - 19:24
    • 60 Partnership Liquidation Partner Does Not Pays Partnership for Negative Capital Account - 20:06
    • 1200.20 Partnership - partner sells partnership interest-Accounting%2C financial - 22:23
    • 1200.10 Partnership - Adding a new partner to the partnership-Accounting%2C financial - 24:53

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Not-for-Profit Accounting-Charities, Colleges, & Health Care

Learn Accounting Related to Health Care, Colleges, Universities, & Other Not-for-Profit Organizations

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

This course will concentrate on nongovernmental not-for-profit organizations. However, it will also discuss the differences between the nongovernmental not-for-profit organizations and governmental not-for-profit organizations. It will also discuss accounting concepts for both governmental and nongovernmental organizations related to health care and colleges. You'll learn what a not-for-profit org is and cover regulation, taxation, and performance issues. You will then get into the details of accounting as well as the recording of transactions. The course will present example problems and will then provide practice Excel worksheets and step-by-step instructional videos so learners can apply what they have learned.

4.7/5 average rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 169 lectures & 19 hours of content 24/7
  • Know what a not-for-profit organization is
  • Learn the difference between a governmental not-for-profit & nongovernmental not-for-profit
  • Learn regulations, taxation, & performance issues related to not-for-profit organizations
  • Record accounting transactions with example problems & step-by-step videos
  • Understand accounting for health care, colleges, universities, & other not-for-profit organizations
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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Governmental Accounting 100

Examine State & Local Governmental Accounting Principles and Financial Reporting

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

Governmental Accounting 100 will discuss the governmental accounting objectives and reporting requirements, comparing them to for-profit entities. The course will assume you are familiar with for-profit accounting and will, therefore, focus on the areas of governmental accounting that are different, although you will continue to work with core concepts like the double-entry accounting system. The course will explain and analyze governmental operating statement accounts & budgetary accounts. Learners and the instructor will record transactions for encumbrances, expenditures, & delinquent receivables. You will also learn tax anticipation notes, subsidiary ledgers, and a lot more.

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  • Access 34 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn the governmental accounting objectives & reporting requirements
  • Focus on governmental accounting including fund accounting financial transactions
  • Examine state & local governmental accounting principles and financial reporting
  • Record transactions for budgetary accounts & encumbrances
  • Analyze governmental operating statement accounts & budgetary accounts
  • Learn about tax anticipation notes & how they will be recorded under a modified accrual method
  • Explore many examples of the closing process, closing out temporary accounts
  • Create subsidiary ledgers related to revenue, estimated revenue, appropriations, encumbrances, & expenditures
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Governmental Accounting
    • 107 Does Non-Profit Mean Money Does Not Matter - 8:39
    • 3022 Estimated Revenues & Expenditures - 7:17
    • 200C Governmental Funds Characteristics - 10:29
    • 105 Gobernmental Accounting Objectives - 8:34
    • 190C Governmental Operating Statement Accounts Government-Wide Expenses & Revenues - 5:40
    • 150B State & Local Governmental Accounting Supplemental Information - 1:59
    • 180B State & Local Governmental Accounting Fund Reporting - 11:03
    • 106 Governmental Accounting vs Not-For-Profit Accounting - 10:05
    • 160B State & Local Governmental Accounting Elements of Financial Statements - 4:41
    • 4022 Closing Entries General Fund - 15:38
    • 3024 Encumbrances, Expenditures, & Subsidiary Ledgers - 22:09
    • 4019 Deferred Inflows & Delinquent Receivables - 17:18
    • 3023 Encumbrances - 5:36
    • 125A Government Financial Reporting Requirements - 6:20
    • 110A Governmental Accounting Objectives - 9:04
    • 4025 Subsidiary Ledgers Appropriations, Expenditures, & Encumbrances - 10:32
    • 140B State & Local Governmental Accounting Objectives, Primary Users, & Usefulness - 4:26
    • 4021 Tax Anticipation Note - 5:10
    • 130A Federal Government Financial Reporting Overview - 1:15
    • 230C Revenue Sources & Classifications - 4:30
    • 4024 General Fund & Government Wide Activity - 25:13
    • 4026.7 Supplies Inventory Purchases Method vs Consumption Method - 8:38
    • 210C Budgetary Accounts - 3:41
    • 220C Fund Balance Sheet & Operating Statement Accounts Budgetary Accounts - 12:04
    • 240C Encumbrances & Expenditures - 6:33
    • 4018 Encumbrances & Expenditures - 7:53
    • 4026.5 Supplies Inventory Purchases Method - 12:44
    • 4026 Supplies Inventory Consumption Method - 16:03
    • 3027 Statement of Activities - 8:11
    • 4026.9 Supplies Inventory Government Wide - 6:53
    • 4027 Financial Statements General Fund - 14:13
    • 4020 Revenue General Fund & Government Wide - 15:57
    • 4025 Subsidiary Ledgers Revenue & Estimated Revenue - 5:35
    • 170B State & Local Governmental Accounting Financial Reporting Model - 7:50

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Relevant Costs: Managerial Accounting Decisions & Scenarios

Common Managerial Accounting Decisions Analyzed Using Relevant Cost Methods

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

Managers often need to make decisions that are not routine, not part of the normal day-to-day process, and that can have a long-term effect on the organization. Although the specifics of each decision differ, the concept of relevant costs helps us put together a process for gathering and analyzing data, picking up the information that matters, and removing all the excess data that does not matter to our decision. Understanding relevant costs will reduce the likelihood of making incorrect decisions based on a sunk cost effect or not taking into account opportunity costs. This course will help you analyze several managerial accounting questions and the decision-making process using relevant costs.

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  • Access 18 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn managerial accounting concepts
  • Use relevant costs to make decisions
  • Apply relevant costs to make a "make or buy" decision
  • Apply relevant costs to make a "sales mix" decision
  • Apply relevant costs to make a decision to eliminate a division or not
  • Apply relevant costs to make a to purchase new equipment or not
  • Apply relevant costs to make a to accept a special offer or not
  • Set a unit sales price using cost data
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Understanding of basic accounting terms

Course Outline

  • Managerial Accounting Overview
    • 10 Managerial Accounting Introduction - 13:03
    • 20 Cost Classifications - 9:31
    • 30 Product Costs & Period Costs.ENCODING - 16:25
    • 40 Prime Costs & Conversion Costs - 5:35
    • 50 Manufacturer's Balance Sheet - 3:15
    • 60 Manufacturer's Income Statement - 8:49
    • 70 Manufacturing Activities Flow - 7:51
    • 80 Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing - 2:58
    • 90 Job Cost Vs Process Cost - 9:13
  • Relevant Costing for Managerial Decision’s
    • 110 Decision Making Process - 13:09
    • 252 Make or Buy Decision - 5:12
    • 262 Scrap or Rework - 5:15
    • 272 Sell or Process Further - 4:08
    • 280 Product Mix Decision - 14:44
    • 300 Department Operating at a loss Close or Not - 6:32
    • 410 Equipment Keep Old or Purchase New - 7:38
    • 432 Set Sales Price - 8:34
    • 450 Special Project or Offer - Accept or Reject Decision - 13:30

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Responsibility Accounting & Performance Measurement

Managerial Accounting Tools of Responsibility Accounting & Other Performance Measures Related to Decentralization

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

The course will cover general managerial accounting concepts necessary to study responsibility accounting, comparing and contrasting managerial accounting and financial accounting. It will explain what a responsibility accounting system looks like and the benefits of a responsibility accounting system. The course will discuss the categorization of costs between direct costs and indirect costs and why this categorization between direct and indirect is useful for reporting financial data by department. It covers allocating indirect costs, departmental income statements, and more. You will also complete a comprehensive problem using preformatted Excel worksheets and step-by-step instructional videos.

4.9/5 average rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 23 lectures & 30 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand managerial accounting concepts
  • Learn about responsibility accounting system & how it can improve performance
  • Define & apply direct and direct expenses
  • Allocate indirect expenses using different activity basis
  • Create a departmental income statement
  • Put together a forecasted departmental income statement
  • Calculate & interpret return on investment (ROI)
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
4.4/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Understanding of basic accounting terms

Course Outline

  • Managerial Accounting Overview
    • 10 Managerial Accounting Introduction - 13:03
    • 20 Cost Classifications - 9:31
    • 30 Product Costs & Period Costs.ENCODING - 16:25
    • 40 Prime Costs & Conversion Costs - 5:35
    • 50 Manufacturer's Balance Sheet - 3:15
    • 60 Manufacturer's Income Statement - 8:49
    • 70 Manufacturing Activities Flow - 7:51
    • 80 Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing - 2:58
    • 90 Job Cost Vs Process Cost - 9:13
  • Responsibility Accounting
    • 150 Decentralization - 16:40
    • 160 Controllable vs. Uncontrollable Costs - 4:57
    • 155 Performance Evaluation & Department Classifications - 5:45
    • 170 Responsibility Accounting System - 9:08
    • 172 Responsibility Accounting Performance Reports - 9:10
    • 180 Direct & Indirect Expenses - 7:57
    • 190 Indirect Expenses Allocation - 9:00
    • 192 Indirect Expense Allocation - 13:38
    • 194 Allocation of Occupancy Costs - 15:36
    • 200 Departmental Income Statement Steps - 5:11
    • 210 Example - Departmental Income Statement Steps - 17:34
    • 212 Forecasted Departmental Income Statement - 12:52
    • 220 Investment Center Return On Investment (ROI) - 11:05
    • 250 Balance Scorecard - 10:19

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Master Budgets: Managerial Accounting/Cost Accounting

Learn About the Components & Order of the Master Budget and Study Examples of Each Part Including Budgeted Financial Statements

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

Master Budgets course will provide a managerial accounting overview, comparing managerial accounting and financial accounting, and providing essential managerial accounting tools we will need in the budgeting process. It will discuss methods of budget timing and the pros and cons of each technique. It will also cover the characteristics and functions of the budget committee, the components of a master budget, putting together a sales budget, and more. The course will discuss how to put together a factory overhead budget and will also walk through a step-by-step process using preformatted Excel worksheets for learners to follow along with.

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  • Learn about budget timing methods
  • Know the characteristics & tasks of the budget committee
  • Learn the order of operations for a master budget
  • Construct a sales budget
  • Build a production budget
  • Make a materials budget
  • Construct a direct labor budget
  • Build a factory overhead budget
  • Make a general & administrative budget
  • Put together a cash budget
  • Construct a budgeted cost of goods manufactured statement
  • Build a cost of goods sold budget
  • Make a budgeted income statement
  • Make a budgeted balance sheet
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
4.4/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Understanding of basic accounting terms

Course Outline

  • Managerial Accounting Overview
    • 10 Managerial Accounting Introduction - 13:03
    • 20 Cost Classifications - 9:31
    • 30 Product Costs & Period Costs.ENCODING - 16:25
    • 40 Prime Costs & Conversion Costs - 5:35
    • 50 Manufacturer's Balance Sheet - 3:15
    • 60 Manufacturer's Income Statement - 8:49
    • 70 Manufacturing Activities Flow - 7:51
    • 80 Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing - 2:58
    • 90 Job Cost Vs Process Cost - 9:13
  • Master Budgets
    • 105 Why Budget - 10:23
    • 110 Budget Problems - 10:24
    • 115 Budget Timing - 2:59
    • 120 Budget Committee - 5:51
    • 210 Master Budged Sales Budget, Production Budget, & Materials Budget - 14:08
    • 220 Master Budged 2 Direct Labor, Factory Overhead, Selling, General and Administrative - 10:28
    • 230 Master Budged 3 Cash Budget - 16:21
    • 240 Master Budged 4 Budgeted Cost of Goods Manufactured & Cost of Goods Sold - 7:27
    • 250 Master Budged 5 Budgeted Income Statement - 5:40
    • 260 Master Budget 6 Budgeted Balance Sheet - 13:22

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Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP): Managerial Accounting

Review Managerial Accounting Concepts & The Difference Between Managerial and Cost Accounting

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

This course will start out by introducing the primary CVP tool, a contribution margin income statement. The contribution margin income statement will give us an idea of where we are going as we then zoom into more detail going forward, focusing on the nuances of each step in the process. You will learn about mixed costs, why they are a problem, and different methods for dealing with them including a high low method and scatter diagram method. The course will explain the break-even point in units and revenue, one of the foundational concepts of cost volume profit analysis (CVP), and one many other concepts are built from. It will cover techniques to apply CVP analysis and a lot more.

4.7/5 average rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 25 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Use Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP)
  • Learn managerial accounting & cost accounting concepts
  • Categorize costs by behavior
  • Prepare a contribution margin income statement
  • Calculate contribution margin, unit contribution margin, & contribution margin ratio
  • Calculate the break even point & the margin of safety
  • Forecast using CVP
  • Calculate operating leverage
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
4.4/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Understanding of basic accounting terms

Course Outline

  • Managerial Accounting Overview
    • 10 Managerial Accounting Introduction - 13:03
    • 20 Cost Classifications - 9:31
    • 30 Product Costs & Period Costs.ENCODING - 16:25
    • 40 Prime Costs & Conversion Costs - 5:35
    • 50 Manufacturer's Balance Sheet - 3:15
    • 60 Manufacturer's Income Statement - 8:49
    • 70 Manufacturing Activities Flow - 7:51
    • 80 Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing - 2:58
    • 90 Job Cost Vs Process Cost - 9:13
  • Cost Volume Profit Analysis
    • 105 Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP) - 10:00
    • 107 Cost Volume Profit Analysis (CVP) Overview Example - 15:55
    • 110 Cost Volume Profit Analysis Assumptions - Copy - 11:38
    • 150 Income Statement Manufacturing Company - 7:53
    • 154 Contribution Margin Income Statement - 9:22
    • 400 Mixed Costs - 8:30
    • 415 Scatter Diagram - 6:14
    • 420 High - Low Method - 6:48
    • 425 Contribution Margin & Contribution Margin Ratio - 10:31
    • 427 Contribution Margin Income Statement & Contribution Margin Per t - 13:40
    • 428 Break-Even Point - 8:08
    • 432 Margin of Safety - 3:26
    • 438 Forecasting - 10:16
    • 444 Composite Unit Break Even - 11:26
    • 448 Operating Leverage - 15:53
    • 450 Cost Volume Profit Analysis Assumptions - 11:38

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Process Costing System-Cost Accounting-Managerial Accounting

Classifications for Costs & The Importance of Being Able to Classify Costs in Different Ways

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

The course introduces managerial accounting or cost accounting topics that apply to companies that manufacture using either a job cost system or a process cost system. The course will describe classifications for costs and the importance of being able to classify costs in different ways. The course will compare the two major systems used to track inventory costs in a manufacturing company, the job cost system, and the process costs system. It will also discuss when a company would use either a job cost system or a process cost system. The course will record the journal entries related to costs as they flow through the process cost system.

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  • Access 17 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Describe cost classifications and their importance.
  • Explain the differences in financial statements for a manufacturing company versus a merchandising company.
  • List the cost flow process for a manufacturing company.
  • Compare a job cost system & process cost system and explain when each would be used.
  • Describe the cost flows in a process cost system
  • Explain the concept of overhead & how it is used in a process cost system
  • Calculate the predetermined overhead rate.
  • Allocate overhead to job using estimates.
  • Calculate equivalent units of production
  • Allocate costs using a First in First Out (FIFO) method
  • Allocate costs using a weighted average method
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Understanding of financial accounting

Course Outline

  • Manufacturing Overview
    • 10 Managerial Accounting Introduction - 13:03
    • 20 Cost Classifications - 9:31
    • 30 Product Costs & Period Costs.ENCODING - 16:25
    • 40 Prime Costs & Conversion Costs - 5:35
    • 50 Manufacturer's Balance Sheet - 3:15
    • 60 Manufacturer's Income Statement - 8:49
    • 70 Manufacturing Activities Flow - 7:51
    • 80 Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing - 2:58
    • 90 Job Cost Vs Process Cost - 9:13
  • Process Cost System
    • 105 Flow of Materials, Labor & Overhead - 18:22
    • 110 Methods to Calculate Ending WIP and Units Completed - 4:32
    • 115 Equivalent Units of Production Weighted Average Method - 5:20
    • 120 Cost Per Equivalent Unit Calculation Weighted Average Method - 3:50
    • 140 Overhead Costs - 11:10
    • 160 Overhead Under Applied Over Applied - 7:40
    • 125 Assign Costs to Units Weighted Average Method - 4:16
    • 150 Overhead Allocation Predetermined Overhead Rate150 Overhead Allocation Predetermined Overhead Rate - 8:34

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Job Order Costing System: Managerial Accounting

Accounting for a Job Cost System Presented by a Practicing Certified Public Accountant

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

The Job Order Costing System course will describe classifications for costs and the importance of being able to classify costs in different ways. You will learn about the two major systems used to track inventory costs in a manufacturing company, the job cost system, and the process costs system. It will also cover the flow of inventory costs, key documents, overhead, and more. The course will record the journal entries related to costs as they flow through the job cost system including journal entries for the transfer of raw materials to work in process and factory overhead, the incurrence of direct and indirect wages, and other overhead costs.

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  • Access 21 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Describe cost classifications & their importance
  • Explain the differences in financial statements for a manufacturing company versus a merchandising company
  • List the cost flow process for a manufacturing company
  • Compare a job cost system and process cost system & explain when each would be used
  • Describe the cost flows in a job cost system
  • List & describe documents used in a job cost system
  • Explain the concept of overhead & how it is used
  • Calculate the predetermined overhead rate
  • Allocate overhead to job using estimates
  • Enter journal entries to record finished jobs & for the sale of jobs
  • List & define key terms related to a job cost system
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
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  • Basic understanding of financial accounting and debits and credits

Course Outline

  • Job Order Cost System
    • 10 Managerial Accounting Introduction - 13:03
    • 20 Cost Classifications - 9:31
    • 30 Product Costs & Period Costs.ENCODING - 16:25
    • 40 Prime Costs & Conversion Costs - 5:35
    • 50 Manufacturer's Balance Sheet - 3:15
    • 60 Manufacturer's Income Statement - 8:49
    • 70 Manufacturing Activities Flow - 7:51
    • 80 Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing - 2:58
    • 90 Job Cost Vs Process Cost - 9:13
    • 100 Job Cost System Cost Flow - 10:07
    • 110 Job Cost Sheet - 12:04
    • 120 Materials Ledger Card & Materials Requisition - 13:32
    • 130 Time Ticket & Labor Journal Entry - 9:41
    • 140 Overhead Costs - 14:44
    • 150 Overhead Allocation Predetermined Overhead Rate - 14:08
    • 160 Overhead Under Applied Over Applied - 12:50
    • 170 Finished Jobs Journal Entry - 9:42
    • 180 Sale of Jobs - 15:09
    • 190 Cost Flow General Ledger - 15:17
    • 300 Job cost system Part 1 - 11:06
    • 305 Job cost system Part 2 - 13:07

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Accounting: Statement of Cash Flows

Construct Financial Statements Using the Direct Method & Indirect Method

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

This course focuses on the statement of cash flows creation and analysis. It introduces the statement of cash flows and discusses its purpose and uses. Understanding how to create a statement of cash flows provides us with a much deeper understanding of accounting and how the financial statements are constructed. To build a statement of cash flows, you will use concepts of accrual accounting needed to create the balance sheet and income statement. You will apply your understanding of accrual concepts to analyze cash flows, creating a cash flow statement from accrual financial reports. The course will list and describe the components of the statement of cash flows including cash flows from operating activities, cash flows from investing activities, and cash flows from financing activities.

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  • Explain what a statement of cash flows is
  • List the component parts of a statement of cash flows
  • Describe how a statement of cash flows is used
  • List the steps to creating a statement of cash flows
  • Build a statement of cash flows
  • Create the cash flows from operating activities section using the indirect method
  • Create the cash flows from operating activities section using the direct method
  • Compare & contrast the direct method and indirect method
  • List and describe non cash inventing & financing activities
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Accounting Core Concepts
    • 200 Journal Entry Thought Process - How To Record Journal Entries - 10:13
    • 200 Debits %26 Credits Normal Balance - Double Entry Accounting Sy - 10:35
    • 100.90 Accounting Building Blocks (1) - 11:08
  • Statement of Cash Flows
    • 10 Statement of Cash Flows Introduction - 5:39
    • 20 Classification of Cash Flows - 11:30
    • 30 Cash Flow Category Thought Process - 9:00
    • 40 Statement of Cash Flow Outline - 14:27
    • 50 Statement of Cash Flow Tools For Completion - 5:12
    • 60 Statement of Cash Flow Strategy - 6:56
    • 70 Statement of Cash Flows Direct Method Vs Indirect Method - 7:14
    • 80 Statement of Cash Flow Indirect Method Worksheet - 10:52
    • 90 Statement of Cash Flow Indirect Method Cash & Net Income - 7:04
    • 100 Statement of Cash Flow Indirect Method Adjustments to Reconcile Net Income to Net Cash Provided - 7:26
    • 110 Statement of Cash Flow Indirect Method Change In Accounts Receivable - 10:17
    • 120 Statement of Cash Flow Indirect Method Change In Inventory - 6:41
    • 130 Statement of Cash Flow Indirect Method Change in Prepaid Expense - 3:53
    • 140 Statement of Cash Flow Indirect Method Change In Accounts Payable - 10:18
    • 150 Statement of Cash Flow Investing Activities Cash Paid for Purchase of Equipment - 8:16
    • 160 Statement of Cash Flow Financing Activities Cash Borrowed on Notes - 7:32
    • 170 Statement of Cash Flow Financing Activities - 6:47
    • 180 Statement of Cash Flow Adjustments - 18:17
    • 190 Statement of Cash Flow Direct Method - 16:20
    • 200 Statement of Cash Flow Non Cash Items - 6:24
    • 1600.10 Creating a Statement of Cash Flow-Indirect Method-Accounting%2C financial (1) - 50:07

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Accounting: Bonds Payable, Notes Payable, Liabilities

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

This course will introduce the concept of bonds from a corporate perspective and explain how to record the issuance of bonds and notes payable. It will cover present value calculations in multiple formats. Present value calculations are often confusing to learners partially because the topic can be introduced in many ways. You will calculate the issue price of bonds and discuss why the issue price often differs from the par value or face amount of a bond. The course will cover the journal entry related to the retirement of a bond, both at maturity and before maturity. It will also discuss adjusting entries, notes payable, amortizing methods, and more.

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  • Record the issuance of bonds
  • Record bonds issued at a premium
  • Record bonds issued at a discount
  • Present value (PV) Calculations using Formulas
  • Present value (PV) Calculations using Tables
  • Present value (PV) Calculations Excel
  • Calculate bond issue price
  • Record bond retirement
  • Know the description of notes payable
  • Create an amortization table
  • Adjust entries for notes payable
  • Record current & long term liabilities
  • Know the types of bonds & bond characteristics
  • Calculate the effective amortization method
  • Explain what a capital lease & operating lease is
  • Study a comprehensive accounting problem
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Accounting Core Concepts
    • 100.90 Accounting Building Blocks (1) - 11:08
    • 200 Journal Entry Thought Process - How To Record Journal Entries - 10:13
    • 200 Debits %26 Credits Normal Balance - Double Entry Accounting Sy - 10:35
  • Bonds Payable, Notes Payable, and Long-Term Debt
    • 10 Bonds & Notes Payable Introduction - 9:34
    • 20 Bond Issued at Par - 5:36
    • 25 Bonds Market Rate vs Contract Rate - 7:32
    • 50 Bond Issued at Premium - 7:19
    • 40 Issue bond at a discount%2C calculate%2C and record interest payment - 26:14
    • 60 Premium Amortization & Interest - 12:30
    • 70 Bonds Present Value Formulas - 13:32
    • 80 Bond Price Present Value Tables - 9:22
    • 90 Bond Price Excel Formula - 12:32
    • 100 Bond Retirement - 8:42
    • 110 Notes Payable Introduction - 5:18
    • 120 Note Payable Journal Entry - 3:46
    • 130 Amortization Schedule - 11:51
    • 140 Notes Payable Payments Journal Entry - 7:11
    • 150 Notes Payable Adjusting Entry - 9:49
    • 170 Notes Payable Current vs. Non Current - 18:10
    • 230 Bond Characteristics - 2:06
    • 235 Discount Amortization Effective Method - 13:18
    • 240 Premium Amortization Effective Method - 13:17
    • 250 Leases Capital vs. Operating - 11:53

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Accounting for Corporations

Financial Transactions Related to the Issuing of Stocks, Dividends, Statements, & More

By Robert Steele | in Online Courses

Accounting for corporations will cover components of corporate accounting that are unique to corporations, elements of corporate accounting that differ from financial accounting for other business entities like a sole proprietorship or partnership. It will introduce the concept of a corporation, the characteristics of a corporation, and the reasons why we may choose a corporate form of entity. The corporate form of entity will be compared and contrasted with other business entity forms like a partnership and sole proprietorship. It will also cover financial transactions, dividends, stocks, and more concepts related to accounting for corporations.

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  • See the areas of accounting for corporations that differ in perspective with the areas that are the same
  • Understand the concept of a corporation, its characteristics, & reasons why you may choose a corporate form of entity
  • Discuss the financial transaction related to the issuing of stock
  • Describe what dividends are
  • Understand the concept of preferred stock
  • Learn about treasury stock, statement of stockholders, & more
Robert Steele | CPA, CGMA, MS, Tax, CPI
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Robert Steele has experience working as a practicing Certified Public Accountant (CPA), an accounting and business instructor, and a curriculum developer. He has enjoyed putting together quality tools to improve learning and has been teaching, making instructional resources, and building curriculum since 2009. Mr. Steele has also authored five books that can be found on Amazon or in audiobook format on Audible. He has developed bestselling courses in accounting topics including financial accounting and QuickBooks accounting software.

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  • Accounting Core Concepts
    • 100.90 Accounting Building Blocks (1) - 11:08
    • 200 Debits %26 Credits Normal Balance - Double Entry Accounting Sy - 10:35
    • 200 Journal Entry Thought Process - How To Record Journal Entries - 10:13
  • Accounting for Corporations
    • 10 Corporation Introduction - 27:34
    • 20 Stock for Cash - 12:56
    • 30 Issuing Stock for Non-Cash Asset - 10:37
    • 65 Preferred Stock Example - 9:31
    • 50 Stock Dividends & Stock Split - 10:36
    • 60 Preferred Stock Introduction - 6:15
    • 100 Corporations Earning Per Share - 7:29
    • 45 Cash Dividends - 9:47
    • 40 Dividends Overview - 10:28
    • 80 Statement of Retained Earnings - 12:57
    • 95 Corporation Closing Process - 15:48
    • 70 Treasury Stock - 17:30
    • 90 Corporations Statement of Stockholders Equity - 24:01

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Accounting in Only ONE Hour! Learn all 3 Financial Statements

Learn the Basics of Accounting — From Equations to Actual Balance Sheets

By Son Han | in Online Courses

Do you want to learn the basics of accounting incredibly quickly? Do you want a professor that works the problems with you? Do you want an interactive and fun course? If yes, then this is the course for you. With this class, you'll learn the basics of accounting and you can complete it in only one hour! You will work on the provided handouts like you are sitting in the classroom. This is a proven technique that will help you absorb accounting concepts in a jiff.

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  • Hold their own when talking with Accountants at their job
  • Understand the basics of accounting
  • Create a simplified balance sheet
  • Create a simplified income statement
  • Know the difference between a debit & a credit
  • Understand why cash is king
  • Create journal entries
  • Calculate the net income of a business
  • Make T-Accounts
BrainyMoney and Son Han, CFA, CPA
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Personal Finance is easy. It takes 2 hours to learn. The hard part is staying motivated. BrainyMoney builds the best personal finance courses, causes no unnecessary harm, uses business to inspire and implements solutions to improve financial lives of people.

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  • Accounting 101
    • Course Manual - 1:20
    • Intro With Headshot_2 - 2:49
    • Lecture_01 - 3:09
    • Lecture_02 - 3:03
    • Lecture_03 - 1:29
    • Lecture_04 - 2:00
    • Lecture_05 - 7:11
    • Lecture_06 - 5:33
    • Lecture_07 - 3:07
    • Lecture_08 - 3:06
    • Lecture_09 - 2:39
    • Lecture_10 - 2:09
    • Lecture_11 - 2:32
    • Lecture_12 - 4:16
    • Lecture_14 - 2:26
    • Lecture_15 - 4:30
    • Lecture15Final - 2:17

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Ultimate Europe Accountancy Training Course

Build a Successful Career in Accountancy by Learning Basic to Advance Accounting & Bookkeeping

By Apex Learning | in Online Courses

This accountancy course will help you develop the skills you'll need to pursue your ideal job. Accounting is a great way to get a foot in the door of a variety of jobs in a variety of industries. To advance your career, understand the essential accounting methods and concepts and get the core skills needed to become an efficient Accountant. You'll receive a comprehensive understanding of financial management best practices, complete with step-by-step training, whether you're a small business owner or an aspiring professional. You'll learn crucial accounting words and strategies that will help you stand out to potential employers while also allowing you to handle your finances effectively.

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  • Develop the skills you'll need to pursue your ideal job
  • Understand the essential accounting methods & concepts
  • Get the core skills needed to become an efficient accountant
  • Understand financial management best practices
  • Learn crucial accounting words & strategies

Apex Learning

Apex Learning is a digital curriculum company powered by smart people passionate about learning and motivated by results. They aim to be an online education that provides the necessary support to the learners and facilitates educators' work and contributes to professional development. They offer innovative pedagogical resources and training in a planned, updated, and oriented way.

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  • Introduction to Accounting
    • Introduction to Accounting - 8:23
  • The Role of an Accountant
    • The Role of an Accountant - 9:04
  • Accounting Concepts and Standards
    • Accounting Concepts and Standards - 12:05
  • Double-Entry Bookkeeping
    • Double-Entry Bookkeeping - 11:00
  • Balance Sheet
    • Balance Sheet - 11:15
  • Income Statement
    • Income Statement - 10:04
  • Financial Statements
    • Financial Statements - 12:52
  • Cash Flow Statements
    • Cash Flow Statements - 9:18
  • Understanding Profit and Loss Statement
    • Understanding Profit and Loss Statement - 9:19
  • Financial Budgeting and Planning
    • Financial Budgeting and Planning - 14:20
  • Auditing
    • Auditing - 8:28

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Tax Accounting in the UK Course

Be a Qualified Taxation Professional with 2 Hours of Theoretical & Practical Content on UK Tax Accounting

By Skill UP | in Online Courses

The Tax Accounting Course is the best way for you to gain deep insight and knowledge of this topic. You will learn from industry experts and obtain a professional certificate after completing the course. The lessons are specially designed to help you gain a good command of Tax Accounting, providing you with a solid foundation of knowledge to become a qualified professional. You will gain both a practical and theoretical understanding of Tax Accounting that will increase your employability in this field, help you stand out from the competition, and boost your earning potential in no time.

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  • Get a deep understanding of Tax Accounting in UK
  • Familiarize yourself with the recent development & updates of the relevant industry
  • Use your theoretical & practical knowledge to adapt in any working environment
  • Increase your employability & stand out from competition

Skill Up

Skill Up is an online learning establishment that seeks to promote the learning experience related to knowledge in the latest and proficient fields. They've been working over a decade to make themselves the most adequate in terms of courses and depth of information. They have expanded their international presence, and already have more than 80,000 students who have benefited from their service. Skill Up exists to help learners achieve the result they seek from training, understanding their circumstances and aspirations, accompanying them on their journey and celebrating the accumulated and shared value of education in a converging and increasingly smaller world.

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  • Tax System and Administration in the UK
    • Tax System and Administration in the UK - 17:48
  • Tax on Individuals
    • Tax on Individuals - 12:35
  • National Insurance
    • National Insurance - 7:43
  • How to Submit a Self-Assessment Tax Return
    • How to Submit a Self-Assessment Tax Return - 6:36
  • Fundamentals of Income Tax
    • Fundamentals of Income Tax - 16:51
  • Payee, Payroll and Wages
    • Payee, Payroll and Wages - 14:42
  • Value Added Tax
    • Value Added Tax - 16:20
  • Corporation Tax
    • Corporation Tax - 11:38
  • Double Entry Accounting
    • Double Entry Accounting - 6:11
  • Management Accounting and Financial Analysis
    • Management Accounting and Financial Analysis - 7:39
  • Career as a Tax Accountant in the UK
    • Career as a Tax Accountant in the UK - 10:46

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Tax Accounting Canada

Gain In-Depth Knowledge on How the Tax System in Canada Operates

By Skill UP | in Online Courses

The Tax Accounting Canada course is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of the taxation system in Canada and how it operates. Focusing on business financials, you will learn how to do your own company accounting, complete a self-assessment tax return and carry out other fiscal responsibilities – with step-by-step guidance. By the end of this extensive training course, you’ll have an excellent understanding of taxation laws and rules in Canada, as well as a solid understanding of the rights of both employers and employees when it comes to taxation.

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  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the Tax System & Administration in Canada
  • Learn how to do your own company accounting, complete a self-assessment & more
  • Know practical & theoretical knowledge on Canada's tax system
  • Understand corporate tax calculation, changes ahead for accounting firms & a whole lot more

Skill Up

Skill Up is an online learning establishment that seeks to promote the learning experience related to knowledge in the latest and proficient fields. They've been working over a decade to make themselves the most adequate in terms of courses and depth of information. They have expanded their international presence, and already have more than 80,000 students who have benefited from their service. Skill Up exists to help learners achieve the result they seek from training, understanding their circumstances and aspirations, accompanying them on their journey and celebrating the accumulated and shared value of education in a converging and increasingly smaller world.

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  • Any device with basic specifications

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  • Tax System and Administration in Canada
    • Tax System and Administration in Canada - 17:42
  • Tax Planning Principles
    • Tax Planning Principles - 13:34
  • Income Determination and Taxation
    • Income Determination and Taxation - 19:52
  • Income from Employment
    • Income from Employment - 22:59
  • Income from Business
    • Income from Business - 15:25
  • Income from Property
    • Income from Property - 19:03

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