Financial Reporting – acc545 (3 credits)
This course prepares students to address concepts of financial reporting for roles as CPAs. Students learn important criteria for calculating capital changes, applying concepts of fixed assets and cost determination, and preparing consolidated financial statements. Other topics include the professional responsibilities of CPAs, deferred taxes, cash flow statements, balance sheet preparation, restructuring of troubled debt, and the intricacies of comprehensive income.
- Determine the effect of derivatives and hedging activities on other comprehensive income.
- Determine the effect of foreign currency translation on other comprehensive income.
- Construct the equity section of the balance sheet, including note disclosures.
Consolidated Financial Statements
- Prepare consolidated financial statements.
- Create journal entries for a troubled debt restructuring.
- Analyze reporting requirements for different types of debt issuances.
- Prepare the schedules and notes required for postemployment benefit reporting.
- Explain procedures for reporting accounting changes and error corrections.
- Compare and contrast the forms of business structure.
- Explain the methodology used to determine deferred taxes.
- Differentiate among the services provided by auditors.
- Describe the professional responsibilities of accountants in financial reporting.
Reporting Working Capital Changes
- Prepare a statement of cash flows.
- Calculate amounts to be reported for current assets.
- Calculate amounts to be reported for current liabilities.
- Apply fixed asset concepts.
- Prepare the note disclosures required for lease transactions.
- Apply inventory cost determination concepts.
- Construct the investment section of the balance sheet, including note disclosures.
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