By Eddie McLaney, Peter Atrill
Accounting and Finance for Non-specialists, 6th version is aimed basically at scholars who're now not majoring in accounting or finance yet who're learning introductory point accounting as a part of their direction.
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In addition, special-purpose reports will be prepared when required (for example, to evaluate a proposal to purchase a piece of machinery). Time horizon. Financial accounting reports reflect the performance and position of the business for the past period. In essence, they are backward looking. Management accounting reports, on the other hand, often provide information concerning future performance as well as past performance. It is an oversimplification, however, to suggest that financial accounting reports never incorporate expectations concerning the future.
Management and Cost Accounting, 6th edn, Thomson Learning, Chapter 1. Elliot, B. and Elliot, J. Financial Accounting and Reporting, 9th edn, Prentice Hall, Chapter 30. McLaney, E. Business Finance: Theory and Practice, 7th edn, Prentice Hall, Chapters 1 and 2. McLaney, E. and Atrill, P. Accounting: An Introduction, 3rd edn, Prentice Hall, Chapter 1. 2004, 2004, 2006, 2005, Review questions Answers to these questions can be found at the back of the book (pp. 486–7). 1 What is the purpose of producing accounting information?
The balance sheet as at 3 March, following the purchase of inventories, will be as follows: Jerry and Co. Balance sheet as at 3 March £ Assets Cash at bank Motor van Inventories (stock) 15,000 5,000 3,000 23,000 £ Claims Capital Liabilities – loan Liabilities – trade payable 6,000 14,000 3,000 23,000 The effect of purchasing inventories has been to introduce another new asset (inventories) to the balance sheet. In addition, the fact that the goods have not yet been paid for means that the claims against the business will be increased by the £3,000 owed to the supplier, who is referred to as a trade payable (or trade creditor) on the balance sheet.
Accounting and Finance for Non-Specialists (6th Edition) by Eddie McLaney, Peter Atrill