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Have you ever been stumped in accounting class? Did you ever feel like your questions were never being answered? Were you one of those students who had a teacher tell you to "look it up in the book"?
Fear not! I've been there myself. I always believe the best teachers are the ones who give the most details when it comes to assignments.
This lecture will cover basic to intermediate accounting principles. The lecture will go over different types of accounting problems. When you take part in my lecture, you will receive step-by-step details on how to solve the problems before arriving at the final solution. Even if you've never taken an accounting class before, or have forgotten what you learned, you do not have to worry. This lecture will help put your mind at ease.
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|Section 1: Basics of Accounting|
This lecture provides a basic overview of debit, credit, and the T-Account in accounting. After completing this video, students will know where debit and credit amounts belong on the T-Account.
This lecture provides a basic overview of the five major types of accounts that are used in accounting. At the end of this lecture, students will learn several useful accounting equations that incorporate assets, liabilities, and owners' equity. Students will also learn about the relationship between assets, liabilities, and owners' equity.
This lecture provides a brief guidance on the balance sheet, income statement, and the statement of retained earnings. After completing this lecture, students will be able to difference between the three and know the functions of each one.
|Section 2: Product Costing & Activity Based Costing|
This is the first part of the video lecture series for product costing and activity based costing. After completing this lecture, students will start to gain awareness about the two accounting concepts.
This is the second part of the video lecture series for product costing and activity based costing. After completing this lecture, students will be able to tell the difference between the two types of costing systems and how they operate.
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