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MGT101 Financial Accounting Assignment No.2 Solution and Discussion- Due Date- July 22, 2014

Important announcement | Assignment # 2
Financial accounting (MGT101)

Dear Students!  This is to inform that a Graded Assignment will be opened on July 15, 2014 and due date of assignment submission will be July 22, 2014.

 By graded, we mean that it will be included in your semester GPA.

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Please share your ideas........

please start discussion

Share ur ideas

PLZ HELP ME 2 FIND SOL OF MGT101 ASS #2

Please Discuss here about this assignment.Thanks

Our main purpose here discussion not just Solution

We are here with you hands in hands to facilitate your learning and do not appreciate the idea of copying or replicating solutions.

it is difficult but not that difficult because the only thing is to take pen and paper and start with your rough work for requirement 1. I think once the requirement 1 is done rest of the requirements will be done through requirement 1. 

do we have to make T accounts of all mentioned account types?

Thunder Bhai, yes please. We have to make t accounts for all the entries of july.

Balance sheet example:

Balance Sheet format example:

Format of balance sheet :

Format

The balance sheet can be reported in two different formats: account form and report form. The account form consists of two columns displaying assets on the left column of the report and liabilities and equity on the right column. You can think of this like debits and credits. The debit accounts are displayed on the left and credit accounts are on the right.

The report form, on the other hand, only has one column. This form is more of a traditional report that is issued by companies. Assets are always present first followed by liabilities and equity.

In both formats, assets are categorized into current and long-term assets. Current assets consist of resources that will be used in the current year, while long-term assets are resources lasting longer than one year.

Liabilities are also separated into current and long-term categories.

Like all financial statements, the balance sheet has a heading that display's the company name, title of the statement and the time period of the report.

Sir Tariq, sorry for contradicting with ur this point of view that assets are shown on right side and liabilities on left side of t-account format. In handout and books it is not traceable by me. Can you quote the reference for this reason/format. It is other way round in the handbook.

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