Accountants use equations throughout their professional career. Some of these equations are quite simple; the basic assets are equal to liabilities and owners' equity is the theoretical underpinning of double-entry bookkeeping. Others are more complex in nature and are used to calculate the internal rate of return, present value of cash flows, and various functions to calculate the fair value of assets. Having a chart available that provides some of these basic formulas is a helpful way to keep track of them which can lead to improved efficiencies and a higher quality work product that can further your career.The entries would be: Debit : Cash Credit Capital 8. In a T Account, Debit is on the left side. 9. Is the following rule of Debit and Credit correct? Assets = Capital + Liabilities Increase Dr = Cr + Cr Decrease Cr = Dr + Dr 10. Accounting is more of anbsp;...
|Title||:||Accounting Equations And Answers (Speedy Study Guides)|
|Publisher||:||Speedy Publishing LLC - 2014-06-17|