Accounting 2  First Assignments
Uncollectable Accounts
Target(s): Journalizing and Recording Bad Debts and Uncollectable Accounts
Main Targets:
 Using the Journal to record a Bad Debt
 Reversing a Bad Debt to record a payment
 Journal and Posting to the Ledgers the whole set of Transactions
Example of Transactions for Uncollectable Accounts
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Accounting 2 Assignment 1Uncollectable Accounts and Transactions
Accounting 2 Assignment 2Uncollectable Accounts and Transactions
Accounting 2 Assignment 3Uncollectable Accounts and Transactions
Friday's AssignmentAccounting 2 Assignment 4Uncollectable Accounts and Transactions

Accounting 2 2nd Assignments
Plant Assets and Depreciation Schedules
Target(s): Journalizing a Plant Asset, Depreciating a Plant Asset, Selling a Plant Asset.
Target(s): Journalizing and Recording Bad Debts and Uncollectable Accounts
Main Targets:
 Using the Journal to record Depreciation using 3 different recording Options
 The 3 main ways to depreciate a plant Asset:
 Straight Line=Original Price  Salvage Value / by the years to Depreciate
 Double Declining=Original Price  Salvage Value / by the years to Depreciate times 2 the percentage
 Sum of the Years=Original Price  Salvage Value / by (Each Year/total years together) Example: (4 years = 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 10 or first year is 4/10)
Examples of how to depreciate an Asset
List of Assets
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 3000 Salvage Value; 200: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 8000 Salvage Value; 600: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 250 Salvage Value; 30: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 600 Salvage Value; 50: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 23000 Salvage Value; 3000: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 1500 Salvage Value; 300: Years 4
 Asset #7Tables: Cost; 4000 Salvage Value; 2000: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phone: Cost; 500 Salvage Value; 100: Years 5
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 35000 Salvage Value; 7500: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 8000 Salvage Value; 1500: Years 5
Wednesday Assignments
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 2800 Salvage Value; 200: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 5000 Salvage Value; 600: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 650 Salvage Value; 30: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 1100 Salvage Value; 50: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 21700 Salvage Value; 3000: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 1800 Salvage Value; 300: Years 4
 Asset #7Tables: Cost; 5000 Salvage Value; 2000: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phone: Cost; 650 Salvage Value; 100: Years 5
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 38500 Salvage Value; 7500: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 9800 Salvage Value; 1500: Years 5
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Straight Line

Accounting 2
Target(s): Journalizing a Plant Asset, Depreciating a Plant Asset, Selling a Plant Asset.
Plant Assets and Depreciation Schedules
Main Targets:
 Using the Journal to record Depreciation using 3 different recording Options
 The 3 main ways to depreciate a plant Asset:
 Straight Line=Original Price  Salvage Value / by the years to Depreciate
 Double Declining=Original Price  Salvage Value / by the years to Depreciate times 2 the percentage
 Sum of the Years=Original Price  Salvage Value / by (Each Year/total years together) Example: (4 years = 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 10 or first year is 4/10)
List of Assets=Wednesday Sept 10th
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 3000 Salvage Value; 200: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 8000 Salvage Value; 600: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 250 Salvage Value; 30: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 600 Salvage Value; 50: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 23000 Salvage Value; 3000: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 1500 Salvage Value; 300: Years 4
 Asset #7Tables: Cost; 4000 Salvage Value; 2000: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phone: Cost; 500 Salvage Value; 100: Years 5
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 35000 Salvage Value; 7500: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 8000 Salvage Value; 1500: Years 5
Double DecliningAssets 15
Double DecliningAssets 610
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Wednesday AssignmentSept 10
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 2800 Salvage Value; 200: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 5000 Salvage Value; 400: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 650 Salvage Value; 30: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 1100 Salvage Value; 50: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 21700 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 1800 Salvage Value; 75: Years 4
 Asset #7Tables: Cost; 5000 Salvage Value; 600: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phone: Cost; 650 Salvage Value; 40: Years 3
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 38500 Salvage Value; 400: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 9800 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #11Cash Register: Cost; 500 Salvage Value; 20: Years 5
 Asset #12Glass Display: Cost; 4200 Salvage Value; 300: Years 4
 Asset #13Neon Sign: Cost; 1200 Salvage Value; 50: Years 3
 Asset #14Fax Machine: Cost; 7400 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 4
 Asset #15Portable Scanner: Cost; 5400 Salvage Value; 425: Years 3
Double Declining
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Friday September 12thDoing both Straight Line and Double Declining
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 5800 Salvage Value; 300: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 7200 Salvage Value; 400: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 500 Salvage Value; 10: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 600 Salvage Value; 5: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 42300 Salvage Value; 2500: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 2200 Salvage Value; 175: Years 4
 Asset #7Tables: Cost; 6000 Salvage Value; 1600: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phone: Cost; 250 Salvage Value; 40: Years 3
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 42500 Salvage Value; 2400: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 10800 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #11Cash Register: Cost; 300 Salvage Value; 20: Years 5
 Asset #12Sign for Building: Cost; 3200 Salvage Value; 0: Years 4
 Asset #13Neon Sign: Cost; 850 Salvage Value; 50: Years 3
 Asset #14Fax Machine: Cost; 4000 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 4
 Asset #15Portable Scanner: Cost; 800 Salvage Value; 60: Years 3
Straight and Double Declining Methods
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Monday September 15th
Both Straight and Double Declining
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 6500 Salvage Value; 200: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 9000 Salvage Value; 400: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 750 Salvage Value; 30: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 900 Salvage Value; 50: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 24300 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 1800 Salvage Value; 75: Years 4
 Asset #7Sofa And Chairs: Cost; 9000 Salvage Value; 3500: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phones: Cost; 1950 Salvage Value; 450: Years 3
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 65000 Salvage Value; 11000: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 8800 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #11Credit Card Scanner: Cost; 4500 Salvage Value; 500: Years 5
 Asset #12Storage Unit: Cost; 7500 Salvage Value; 500: Years 4
 Asset #13Ipad: Cost; 700 Salvage Value; 250: Years 3
 Asset #14Building: Cost; 225000 Salvage Value; 180000: Years 5
 Asset #15Equipment: Cost; 9500 Salvage Value; 650: Years 4
Straight and Double Declining Methods

Main Targets:
 Using the Journal to record Depreciation using 3 different recording Options
 The 3 main ways to depreciate a plant Asset:
 Straight Line=Original Price  Salvage Value / by the years to Depreciate
 Double Declining=Original Price  Salvage Value / by the years to Depreciate times 2 the percentage
 Sum of the Years=Original Price  Salvage Value / by (Each Year/total years together) Example: (4 years = 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 10 or first year is 4/10)
Trick to sum of the years. If it is 5 years you find the percentage by following this rule:
 Add the Years up> 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 15
 The you Use this formula for the first year: 5 divided by 15 (5/15=33%) and use 33% for the first year
 The you Use this formula for the second year: 4 divided by 15 (4/15=26.66%) and use 26.66% for the second year
 The you Use this formula for the third year: 3 divided by 15 (3/15=20%) and use 20% for the third year
 The you Use this formula for the forth year: 2 divided by 15 (2/15=13.33%) and use 13.33% for the forth year
 The you Use this formula for the fifth year: 1 divided by 15 (1/15=6.66%) and use 6.66% for the fifth year
For 4 years the sum of the years is 12 (4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 10)
For 3 years the sum of the years is 6 (3 + 2 + 1 = 6)
List of Assets=Tuesday September 16th
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 3000 Salvage Value; 200: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 8000 Salvage Value; 600: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 250 Salvage Value; 30: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 600 Salvage Value; 50: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 23000 Salvage Value; 3000: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 1500 Salvage Value; 300: Years 4
 Asset #7Tables: Cost; 4000 Salvage Value; 2000: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phone: Cost; 500 Salvage Value; 100: Years 5
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 35000 Salvage Value; 7500: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 8000 Salvage Value; 1500: Years 5
Sum of the Years

Accounting Using all 3
Wednesday AssignmentSept 17th
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 2800 Salvage Value; 200: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 5000 Salvage Value; 400: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 650 Salvage Value; 30: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 1100 Salvage Value; 50: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 21700 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #6Laptop: Cost; 1800 Salvage Value; 75: Years 4
 Asset #7Tables: Cost; 5000 Salvage Value; 600: Years 5
 Asset #8Cell Phone: Cost; 650 Salvage Value; 40: Years 3
 Asset #9Delivery Truck: Cost; 38500 Salvage Value; 400: Years 5
 Asset #10Trailer: Cost; 9800 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #11Cash Register: Cost; 500 Salvage Value; 20: Years 5
 Asset #12Glass Display: Cost; 4200 Salvage Value; 300: Years 4
 Asset #13Neon Sign: Cost; 1200 Salvage Value; 50: Years 3
 Asset #14Fax Machine: Cost; 7400 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 4
 Asset #15Portable Scanner: Cost; 5400 Salvage Value; 425: Years 3
Sum of the Years Assignment #2
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Part 3 WednesdayDoing all: Sum of the Years, Straight Line and Double Declining
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 6000 Salvage Value; 400: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 8500 Salvage Value; 1000: Years 5
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 425 Salvage Value; 25: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 1800 Salvage Value; 250: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 47500 Salvage Value; 5000: Years 5
Straight, Sum of the Years and Double Declining Methods
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MondayDoing all: Sum of the Years, Straight Line and Double DecliningSeptember 22nd
 Asset #1Computer: Cost; 7500 Salvage Value; 600: Years 4
 Asset #2Desk: Cost; 5500 Salvage Value; 750: Years 4
 Asset #3Chair: Cost; 700 Salvage Value; 60: Years 5
 Asset #4Printer: Cost; 4200 Salvage Value; 800: Years 4
 Asset #5Car: Cost; 125000 Salvage Value; 25000: Years 5
Straight, Sum of the Years and Double Declining Methods

Accounting 2 3rd Assignments
Target: The Buying, Depreciating and Selling of a Plant Asset
Main Targets:
 The Buying of Plant Assets: Recording the Transaction
 The Recording of Depreciation of a Plant Asset
 Recording the Sale of a Plant Asset:
 With Gain
 With Loss
 With neither Loss of Gain
Assignment 1: Journal Spreadsheet
Cash Payments Journal
 July 2: Bought a Plant Asset (Delivery Truck) for $75,000. C235
 August 15: Bought an Equipment Asset (Sign) for $800. C276
 October 1: Bought an Equipment Asset (iPad) for $500. C289
General Journal
 December 31st: Recorded Accumulated Depreciation Expense $935. M32
Cash Receipts Journal
 Sold the Truck for $10000; Accumulated Depreciation was $60,000, loss was ____________
 Sold the iPad for $300, Accumulated Depreciation was $100, Gain was __________
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September 23rd  Tuesday
Assignment 2: Journal Spreadsheet
Cash Payments Journal
 March 18th: Bought a Plant Asset (Truck) for $70,000. C235
 April 29th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Computer) for $2500. C276
 March 18th: Bought a Plant Asset (Car) for $55,000. C305
 April 29th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Store Sign) for $3800. C318
 August 15th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Printer) for $1400. C332
General Journal
 December 31st: Recorded Accumulated Depreciation Expense $1250. M32
Cash Receipts Journal
 Sold the Car for $5000; Accumulated Depreciation was $48,000, Loss of $2000 (This goes to General Debit as "Loss on Asset")
 Sold the Printer for $400, Accumulated Depreciation was $1300, Gain on the asset was $300 (This goes to General Credit as "Gain on Asset")
 Sold the Truck for $4500, Accumulated Depreciation was $66000, Gain on the asset was $500 (This goes to General Credit as "Gain on Asset")
 Sold the Computer for $300, Accumulated Depreciation was $2000, Loss on the asset was $200 (This goes to General Debit as "Loss on Asset")
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Assignment 3: Journal Spreadsheet 3
Wednesday September 24th
Cash Payments Journal
 January 1st: Bought a Plant Asset (Building) for $325,000. C1253
 January 21st: Bought an Equipment Asset (Computer) for $4250. C1345
 March 18th: Bought a Plant Asset (Storage Unit) for $35,000. C1427
 April 29th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Store Sign) for $5200. C1638
 June 15th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Printer) for $6400. C2332
 July 2nd: Bought a Plant Asset (Truck) for $87,000. C2235
 July 31st: Bought an Equipment Asset (Desk) for $1200. C3276
 August 4th: Bought a Plant Asset (Car) for $38,000. C3305
 August 9th: Bought an Equipment Asset (TV) for $3800. C3318
 August 15th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Tables) for $7100. C4002
General Journal
 December 31st: Recorded Accumulated DepreciationPlant Assets Expense $132650. M32
 December 31st: Recorded Accumulated DepreciationEquipment Assets Expense $7320. M33
Cash Receipts Journal
 February 28th: Sold the Car for $4000; Accumulated Depreciation was $34,000. No Gain or Loss
 May 12th: Sold the Printer for $1400, Accumulated Depreciation was $4800, Loss on the asset was $200 (This goes to General Debit as "Loss on Asset")
 June 21st: Sold the Truck for $13500, Accumulated Depreciation was $76000, Gain on the asset was $2500 (This goes to General Credit as "Gain on Asset")
 October 31st: Sold the Computer for $250, Accumulated Depreciation was $3800, Loss on the asset was $200 (This goes to General Debit as "Loss on Asset")
 November 26th: Sold the TV for $150, Accumulated Depreciation was 3000, Loss on the asset was $650.
 December 25th: Sold the Desk for 400, Accumulated Depreciation was 500, Loss on the Asset was $300.
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Assignment 4: Journal Spreadsheet
Wednesday September 24th Part 2
Cash Payments Journal
 February 18th: Bought a Plant Asset (Truck) for $86,000. C235
 May 29th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Computer) for $4600. C276
 June 13th: Bought a Plant Asset (Car) for $21,000. C305
 September 29th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Store Sign) for $800. C318
 November 15th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Printer) for $1200. C332
General Journal
 December 31st: Recorded Accumulated Depreciation Expense $2925. M32
Cash Receipts Journal
 February 14th: Sold the Car for $5000; Accumulated Depreciation was $15,000, Loss of $1000 (This goes to General Debit as "Loss on Asset")
 March 18th: Sold the Printer for $400, Accumulated Depreciation was $1000, Gain on the asset was $200 (This goes to General Credit as "Gain on Asset")
 April 29th: Sold the Truck for $14000, Accumulated Depreciation was $73000, Gain on the asset was $1000 (This goes to General Credit as "Gain on Asset")
 July 31st: Sold the Computer for $300, Accumulated Depreciation was $3700, Loss on the asset was $600 (This goes to General Debit as "Loss on Asset")
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Assignment 5: Summative Journal Spreadsheet
Friday September 26thSummative
Cash Payments Journal
 September 18th: Bought a Plant Asset (Delivery Truck) for $256,000. C15
 October 10th: Bought an Equipment Asset (10 Ipads) for $6000. C18
 November 15th: Bought a Plant Asset (Trailer) for $17,000. C35
 November 29th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Printer) for $1500. C38
 December 15th: Bought an Equipment Asset (Wireless Router) for $200. C45
General Journal
 December 31st: Recorded Accumulated Depreciation Expense $18353. M3
Cash Receipts Journal
 February 14th: Sold the Delivery Truck for $45,000; Accumulated Depreciation was $215,000, Gain of $4000
 March 18th: Sold the Ipads for $2400, Accumulated Depreciation was $3000, Loss on the asset was $600
 April 29th: Sold the Trailer for $14000, Accumulated Depreciation was $3000, No Gain or Loss
 June 21st: Sold the Printer for $300, Accumulated Depreciation was $1100, Loss on the asset was $100
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Accounting 2 4th Assignments
Understanding Interest Rates
Main Targets:
 Understanding Interest Rates
 Creating Formulas for Interest on a Loan
 Creating Formula for Future Value
 Creating Formula for Future Date Due
 Recording Notes Payable and Receivable
Monday September 29th Assignment
Loans
Loan #  Amount  Interest Rate  # of Days 
1  $2,500.00  5%  30 
2  $5,000.00  7%  90 
3  $4,500.00  4%  120 
4  $10,000.00  3%  30 
5  $15,000.00  6%  90 
6  $3,500.00  9%  60 
7  $7,500.00  10%  120 
8  $8,500.00  7%  90 
9  $9,000.00  5%  60 
10  $6,000.00  6%  30 
11  $5,000.00  5%  150 
12  $2,500.00  4%  180 
13  $3,500.00  3%  30 
14  $500,000.00  6%  180 
15  $75,000.00  7%  270 
16  $1,250,000.00  5%  60 
17  $350,000.00  4%  90 
Interest Rate Spreadsheet 1
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Interest Rates figured out for a whole period of time
Tuesday September 30th
Monthly Interest Rates for buying large plant assets
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Wednesday October 1st
Assignment 1 Monthly Interest Rates for buying large plant assets
Assignment 2 Monthly Interest Rates for buying large plant assets
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October 1st part 2
Part 4 Monthly Interest Rates for buying large plant assets

Buying a Car Assignment
Main Targets:
 Understanding Interest Rates
 Creating Formulas for Interest on a Loan
 Creating Formula for Future Value
 Creating Formula for Future Date Due
You are going to buy a car, but you want to research it first. You must provide the following information.
 A list of 4 different cars
 For each car, you must have Interest rates from 5 different Banks, Credit Unions, or Loan Agencies
 Download the Car Interest Rates Assignment Spreadsheet
 Fill it in and the send it to Mr. Gebers
Turn In by October 10th

Recording Notes Payable and Notes Receivable
 Understanding Interest Rates
 Creating Formulas for Interest on a Loan
 Creating Formula for Future Value
 Creating Formula for Future Date Due
 Recording Notes Payable and Receivable
Monday October 13th Assignment
Assignment 1 for Notes Payable and Receivable
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October 14thTuesday Assignment
Assignment 2 for Notes Payable and Receivable
October 15thWednesday Assignment
Assignment 3 for Notes Payable and Receivable
October 15thWednesday Assignment Part 2
Assignment 4 for Notes Payable and Receivable
October 15thWednesday Summative Assignment
Summative Assignment for Notes Payable and Receivable

Income Statements and Federal Income Tax Expense

Stockholders Equity Statements
Main Targets:
 Understanding Statement of Stockholders Equity Statement
 Creating Formulas for Shares Purchased
 Complete the Retained Earnings
Example Statement of Stockholders Equity
Monday October 28th
1st Assignment, Stockholders Equity
Tuesday October 29th
2nd Assignment Stockholders Equity
Wednesday October 31st  Happy Halloween
More Halloween Comments
3rd Assignment, Income Statement & Stockholders Equity
Part 2
4th Assignment Income Statement & Stockholders Equity
Wednesday SummativeOctober 30th
Summative Assignment  Income Statement & Stockholders Equity

Monday November 4thBuying a House Assignment
Main Targets:
 Understanding Interest Rates
 Creating Formulas for Interest on a Loan
 Creating Formulas for 15 Year Mortgage
 Creating Formulas for 30 Year Mortgage
You are going to buy a house, but you want to research it first. You can buy the house in any city you want. You must provide the following information.
First Assignment:
Describe in 300 words your first house:
1. Where do you want to live; beach, mountains, big city, lots of land, in a condo,,, high rise, etc..
2. What kind of house do you want, big, condo, townhouse, ranch style, lots of windows, etc...
3. what do you want inside and outside of the house: pool, big big kitchen, large closets, etc...
Second Assignment:
 A list of 5 different houses
 For each House you must have Interest rates from 6 different Banks, Credit Unions, or Loan Agencies
 Download the Home Interest Rates Assignment Spreadsheet
 Fill it in and the send it to Mr. Gebers by Thursday November 8th
Due November 8th

Balance Sheets
Main Targets:
 Understanding the Balance Statement
 Creating Formulas for Total Current and Plant Assets
 Creating Formulas for Total Liabilities and OE
 Complete the Balance Sheet with Equal Numbers
Example Example of A Balance Sheet
Wednesday November 20th
1st Assignment, Balance Sheet
2nd Assignment Balance Sheet
Friday November 22nd
3rd Assignment, Balance Sheet
4th Assignment Income Statement, Balance Sheet & Stockholders Equity
Monday & Tuesday Assignments November 2526th
5th Assignment Income Statement & Stockholders Equity
6th Assignment Income Statement & Stockholders Equity
Monday Assignments December 1st
7th Assignment Income Statement & Stockholders Equity
Tuesday Assignments December 2nd
8th Assignment Income Statement & Stockholders Equity
Wednesday Assignments December 3rd
9th Assignment Income Statement & Stockholders Equity
10th Assignment Income Statement & Stockholders Equity

Adjusting, Closing, & Reversing Entries
Main Targets:
 Understanding the Adjusting, Closing, & Reversing Entries
 Creating Formulas for uncollectable accounts
 Creating reversing entries
 Completing closing entries
December 6th  2013
Adj & Closing Assignment #1
Monday December 8th2013
Adj & Closing Assignment #2
Tuesday December 9th2013
Adj & Closing Assignment #3
Wednesday December 10th2013
Adj & Closing Assignment #4
Adj & Closing Assignment #5
Adj & Closing Assignment summative

Adjusting, Closing, & Reversing Entries
Main Targets:
 Understanding the Distribution of Net Income for a Partnership
 Creating Formulas Distribution or Net Income
 Creating a Partnership Agreement
 Completing an Owner's Equity Financial Statement
 Completing a Balance Sheet
December 16th18th
December 16th
Partnership Owner's Equity Assignment #1
Part 2
Partnership Owner's Equity Assignment #2
December 17th2013
Partnership Owner's Equity Assignment #3December 17th
Part 2
Partnership Owner's Equity Assignment #4December 17th
December 18th2013
Partnership Owner's Equity Assignment #5December 18th
Part 2
Partnership Owner's Equity Assignment #6December 18th
Part 3
Accounting 2 Final

Adjusting, Closing, & Reversing Entries
January 6th2014
Partnership Financial Statements 2
January 6th Part 22014
Partnership Financial Statements 3
January 7th2014
Partnership Financial Statements 4
January 8th2014
Partnership Financial Statements 5
Part 2
Partnership Financial Statements Summative

Statement of Cash Flow
Main Targets:
 Understanding the Statement of Cash Flow
 Creating Formulas to show where cash is being spent
 Creating a Cash Flow Statement
 Completing a Cash Flow Statement
 Reconciling the beginning cash with ending cash
February 7th2013
A copy of a completed cash flow statement with answers
January 13th2013Cash Flow Assignment
Cash Flow AssignmentJan 13th
January 14th2013Cash Flow Assignment 2
Cash Flow AssignmentJan 14th
January 15th2013Cash Flow Assignment 3
Cash Flow AssignmentJan 15th
January 15th2013Cash Flow Assignment 4
Cash Flow AssignmentJan 15th Part 2
January 21st2014Cash Flow Assignment 5
Cash Flow AssignmentJan 21st
January 21st2014Cash Flow Assignment 6
Cash Flow AssignmentJan 21st #2
January 22nd2014Cash Flow Assignment Summative
Cash Flow AssignmentJan 22nd
January 22nd2014Cash Flow Assignment Summative 2
Cash Flow Assignment 2 Jan 22nd
Terms Final Download Terms Final
You will define the terms and then write a brief summary in your own words.
Terms:
1. Uncollectable Account
2. Sum of the years Depreciation Schedule
3. Straight Line Depreciation
4. Plant Asset
5. Future Value
6. Note Receivable
7. Note Payable
8. Federal Income Tax
9. Stockholders Equity Statement
10. Home Mortgage
11. Income Statement
12. Distribution of Net Income Statement
13. Statement of Cash Flow
14. Partnership
15. Loan Points

Salaries
January 26 Assignment
January 26th Payroll Assignment
January 27 Assignment
January 27th Payroll Assignment
January 28 Assignment Part 1
January 28th Payroll Assignment
January 28 Assignment Part 2
January 28th Payroll Assignment
January 28 Assignment Part 3
January 28 Assignment Part 3 Payroll Assignment
January 30 Assignment
January 30th Payroll Assignment
January 30th Assignment #2Summative
January 30th Payroll Assignment #2
February 2nd Assignment Summative
February 2nd Payroll Assignment

Coffee
This assignment you will look up Information on Coffee sales from leading companies as well as local.
Coffee AssignmentFebruary 3rd
Due Next week
Coffee Spreadsheet
Coffee AssignmentFebruary 4th
Coffee Spreadsheet 2
Coffee AssignmentFebruary 5th
Coffee Spreadsheet 3

Invest in a Company's Stock
Company 1 Finacial Statements
Company 1 Finacial InformationMonday Feb 9th
Company 2 Finacial Statements
Company 2 Finacial Information  Part 1 Feb 9th
Company 3 Finacial Statements
Company 3 Finacial Information  Part 2 Feb 10th
Company 4 Finacial Statements
Company 4 Finacial Information  Part 1 Feb 10th
Company 5 Finacial Statements
Company 5 Finacial Information  Part 2 Feb 11th
Company 3 Finacial Statements
Company 6 Finacial Information  Part 3 Feb 11th
Company 4 Finacial Statements
Company 7 Finacial Information  Part 4 Feb 13th
Now do the Coffee 3 Assignment!!It is a summative!!

Short Answer Questions
ForensicsTuesday Feb 17th
Forensic Accounting
ForensicsTuesday Feb 17th
Not for Profit
ForensicsWednesday Feb 18th
MLBIncrease Revenue
ForensicsWed Feb 18th
Internal Audit

Candy Inventory
This assignment you will keep track of a Candy Bar Shop and Inventory
Candy Assignment February 23rd
Candy Spreadsheet
Candy 2 Assignment February 24th
Candy 2 Spreadsheet
Candy 3 Summative Assignment February 25th27th
Candy 3 Spreadsheet

10 year planJob vs College
College vs Job March 2nd
Job vs College Spreadsheet and Instructions
College vs Job March 3rd
Job vs College Spreadsheet 2 and Instructions 2
Wednesday March 4th
Job vs College Spreadsheet Summative and Instructions 2
Part 2 Wednesday...play a game
Accounting Space Invaders
Fling the Teacher

Big Final stuff
Week 1 Journal and Transactions
Download the Ledgers Here (You will use these all Month)
Download the Journals for the 5 weeks Here (again you will use these all month)
Week of March 31st
Monday
Download the Transactions for the 1st Journal and Journalize them into Journal 1
Tuesday  Post Journal 1 to the Ledgers
Wednesday  Journalize Post Journal 2 to the Ledgers
Transactions for the 2nd Journal

Week of April 7th
Monday
Transactions for the 3rd Journal
Tuesday  Post Journal 3 to the Ledgers
Wednesday  Journalize Post Journal 4 to the Ledgers
Transactions for the 4th Journal
Week of April 14th
Monday
Worksheet, Income Statement and Balance Sheet

Week of April 21st to 25th
Final Example Assignment
Answers for Final Journal Example

Week of April 28th to May 2nd
Assignment for April 28 to May 2nd
A Copy of a Final that is correct so you can use as a reference.... not with the same numbers as this weeks beacuase Edward, Rammi, and David would cut and paste

Week of May 5th to May 9th
Assignment for May 5th to May 9th

Adjusting and Closing Entries
p> Week of May 10th to May 14th
Viking EatsMonday Assignment
Viking EatsMay 12th
Viking EatsTuesday Assignment
Viking EatsMay 13th Part 1
Viking EatsTuesday AssignmentPart 2
Viking EatsMay 13th Part 2
UHS StoreWednesday
Part 1 Complete an Income Statement, Balance Sheet & Adjusting and Closing Entries
UHS StoreNovember
Part 2  Summative for Wednesday
SummativeClosing and Adjusting Entries

Adjusting and Closing Entries
Week of May 12th to May 22nd
Monday May 18th
Another ExampleClosing and Adjusting Entries
Tuesday May 19th
Summative #2Closing and Adjusting Entries
Wednesday May 20th
Post Closing Trial Balance Assignment #1
Post Closing Trial Balance Assignment #2
Post Closing Trial Balance Assignment #3
Ledgers Assignment for May 21st

Week of May 26th to May 29th
Financial Statement Examples Assignment
Final Program of Study Assessment

June 3rd to 5th
Married and Single Tax Charts for Payroll
Example of Payroll Completed
June 3rd to 5th
