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An Introduction to Accounting for Managers
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Author(s): Trent Jordan
 
 
No. of items: 199
Rating: 3.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Jun 11, 2003
 
 
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This collection was derived while studying and preparing for an accounting exam. The accounting subject was part of an MBA course in Australia, aimed at introducing accounting concepts to managers including: accounting conventions, financial statements, analyzing investments, budgeting and company types.
 
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Q: What are non-current assets?
A: Assets used to generate wealth, held on a continuing basis (at least 1 year), not used for resale (except at the end of the assets life)

Q: Long term business plans should include an assessment of the [...] in which the business operates.
A: markets

Q: A common form of long-term loan that splits the loan in parts between investors is a [...]
A: debenture

Q: What is depreciation?
A: An expense that attempts to measure the cost of capital used up in a given period.

Q: What is the formula for calculating the present value of a future monetary amount?
A: PV = FV / (1+r)^n

 
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