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The Final Project will involve applying the concepts learned in class to an analysis of a company using data from its annual report. Using the concepts from this course, you will analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the company and write a report either recommending or not recommending purchase of the company stock.

Statement of cash flows

Why are companies required to prepare a statement of cash flows

Step 1: Create a Loan Amortization Schedule In this first step of your project, you’ll need to create a loan amortization schedule.

Step 1: Create a Loan Amortization Schedule

In this first step of your project, you’ll need to create a loan

amortization schedule. The following table illustrates the payments

and interest amounts for a fixed-rate, 30-year mortgage loan. The total amount of the mortgage is $300,000, and the interest rate is 6 percent. This mortgage requires monthly payments of $1,798.65, with a final payment of $1,800.23. The table was created in Excel.

The following is an explanation of the columns in the table:

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Welcome to your first graded discussion question. I will make the first question very easy. In CengageNow there are study tools available to help you learn. Every chapter has an eBook, eLectures, and Animated Example Exercises. In my opinion these three are mandatory and you must read the chapter (eBook), watch and listen to the chapter lectures (eLectures), and view the explanations on how to do your homework (Animated Example Exercises). The other tools in chapter 1 include Flashcards, Glossary, Crossword Puzzle, Accounting Games, Beat the Clock, Quiz Bowl, MindTap Video.

Broward College DQ 2

In this chapter we were provided a chart of accounts with sixteen accounts in exhibit 2 in the text. From that chart of accounts select an account (try to pick one that has not been discussed yet), in the subject box put the account title you selected, then do the following:



1. Assets, Liabilities, Owner's Equity, Revenues, and Expenses are the five categories (account types) that an account can be classified as. Which category is the account you selected included in?

Broward College DQ 3

We have learned about four types of adjustments: (1) prepaid expenses, (2) unearned revenues, (3) accrued revenues, and (4) accrued expenses.

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Your company provides you with a car. You are told only to drive in Dade and Broward and only to use the car for business purposes. One weekend your family is going to the Keys. You get in your personal car and it won’t start so you take the company car to the Keys, which is in Monroe, for the weekend.

Broward College DQ 5

After numerous campus interviews, Alex Sanchi, a student at BC, received two office interview invitations from the Orlando offices of two large firms. Both firms offered to cover her "out-of-pocket expenses" (travel, hotel, and meals).

Broward College DQ 6

Good conversation for the previous chapter's question.

Broward College DQ 7

Select a company that maintains an inventory. Don't use a company that someone has already used. Please put the company name as the subject of your post. (No posting the company name only to hold it.

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