Enterprisewide Disclosures

Advanced financial accounting a PowerPoint presentation. In this presentation we will discuss enterprise wide disclosure, get ready to account with advanced financial accounting. enterprise wide disclosures established by ASC 280 standards provide users more information about the company’s risks generally made in a footnote to the financial statements. First category of required information to include under ASC 280 is information about products and services so information about products and services disclosure related to them. Companies are generally required to report revenues from external customers for each major product and service or each group of similar products and services. Unless doing so is not practical. primary reason for this is that the company could have organized its operating segments on a different basis from the organization of the entities product lines. So we’ve got then again, companies are generally required to report revenues and external customers for each major product and service. You might be saying, hey, well, they already have the segment’s reporting. But it’s possible that those two things don’t exactly line up in the way they put the segment reporting together and therefore, you know, you have this requirement. second category of required information to include under ASC 280 is going to be related to geographic areas information. The following needs to be reported unless it would be impractical to do so. revenues from external customers attributed to the company’s home country of domiciled revenue from external customers attributed to all foreign countries in which the enterprise generates revenues.

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Enterprisewide Disclosures

Advanced financial accounting a PowerPoint presentation. In this presentation we will discuss enterprise wide disclosure, get ready to account with advanced financial accounting. enterprise wide disclosures established by ASC 280 standards provide users more information about the company’s risks generally made in a footnote to the financial statements. First category of required information to include under ASC 280 is information about products and services so information about products and services disclosure related to them. Companies are generally required to report revenues from external customers for each major product and service or each group of similar products and services. Unless doing so is not practical. primary reason for this is that the company could have organized its operating segments on a different basis from the organization of the entities product lines. So we’ve got then again, companies are generally required to report revenues and external customers for each major product and service. You might be saying, hey, well, they already have the segment’s reporting. But it’s possible that those two things don’t exactly line up in the way they put the segment reporting together and therefore, you know, you have this requirement. second category of required information to include under ASC 280 is going to be related to geographic areas information. The following needs to be reported unless it would be impractical to do so. revenues from external customers attributed to the company’s home country of domiciled revenue from external customers attributed to all foreign countries in which the enterprise generates revenues.

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Accounting Cycle Steps in the Accounting Process

Hello, in this presentation, we’re going to be talking about the accounting cycle or the accounting process, that process that the accounting department will go through on a systematic basis over and over and over again, typically thought of as a monthly process. Although it could be thought of as a yearly process or some other process in terms of the amount of time that will pass. But these are going to be the steps that we’ll be going through in terms of the accounting process, always keeping in mind that in goal of financial accounting, which are the financial statements, some texts will have more steps than five as we have here. Some texts will have less than five steps. But the goal here is to really have a broad picture big picture, so that when we think about the accounting process, we can break down that that big picture view, five is a pretty good number for us to be able to memorize and keep in our mind if we have more than that, it can start to kind of muddy the picture.

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