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Fundamental Concepts And Principles In Accounting

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Fundamental Concepts and Principles in Accounting
1. Define accounting and know its purpose.
2. Differentiate the types of business organizations.
3. Distinguish the different types of business operations.
4. Know and appreciate the basic accounting principles used in the practice of accounting.

  
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1.  Financial reporting is concerned with significant information enough to affect evaluation and decisions.
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2.  Expense is recognized when actually incurred or used.
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3.  Revenue is recognized when actually earned.
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4.  Assumes that business has the ability to operate indefinitely.
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5.  All material facts that will significantly affect the financial statements must be indicated.
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6.  The business organization is separate and distinct from that of its owners.
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7.  Approaches used in reporting must be consistently employed from period to period.
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8.  Financial accounting provides information about the activities on an economic enterprise for specified time periods.
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9.  Completed action which can be expressed in monetary terms.
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10.  All business transactions that will be entered in the accounting records must be fully supported by verifiable evidence.
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11.  All properties and services acquired by the business must be recorded at its original cost.
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12.  Systematic process of measuring and reporting relevant financial information about the activities of an economic organization or unit.
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13.  Standards, concepts, and measuring techniques used in the preparation and presentation of financial statements.
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14.  Methods used by a business to keep records of its financial activities and to summarize these activities in periodic accounting reports.
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