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A short course of lectures
«Using Accounting Information»





Investing ActivitiesOther ConceptsCalculating Book Value per ShareFinancial Analysis and the Statement of Cash FlowsBalance SheetThe Statement of Cash FlowsRatios for Emerson Corporation as of December 31, 20x5Using a Worksheet to Prepare a Statement of Cash FlowRecapDiluted EPSStable Currency AssumptionThe Audit FunctionMonetary Unit AssumptionEbit and EbitdaComprehensive IllustrationThe FASB and its PredecessorsThe Development of GAAPEarnings per Share, Price Earnings Ratios, Book Value per Share, and Dividend RatesDividend Rates and Payout RatiosIssues in International TradeThe Development of GAAPThe Securities and Exchange CommissionGlobal SubsidiariesDirect Approach to the Statement of Cash FlowsDiscontinued OperationsObjectives of Financial ReportingFinancing ActivitiesIncome StatementUnderstandabilityFinancing ActivitiesObjectivesSarbanes-OxleyPeriodicity AssumptionA More Recent Crisis of Reporting ConfidenceReconciliation of Income to Operating Cash FlowsCash and Cash EquivalentsPrice Earnings RatioGlobal Accounting IssuesThreshold IssuesThe 1929 Stock Crash and Great DepressionCorrections of ErrorsCash Flow RecapBasic EPSBook Value per ShareStatement of Retained EarningsSubdividing APS AmountsMethods to Prepare a Statement of Cash FlowsOther Comprehensive IncomeInvesting ActivitiesEntity AssumptionReturn on AssetsSpecial Reporting SituationsNoncash Investing/Financing ActivitiesWhat do you Think?Operating ActivitiesKey AssumptionsOperating, Investing, and Financing ActivitiesNoncash Investing and Financing ActivitiesTrend AnalysisQualitative Characteristics of AccountingGlobal Trading TransactionsIndirect Approach to Presenting Operating ActivitiesReturn on EquityExtraordinary ItemsGoing-Concern AssumptionChanges in Accounting MethodsCash Flows and the Cash Flow StatementFinancial Statement AnalysisFinancial Reporting and Concepts
 
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