ACCG100 Course Notes D (83)

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  • UniversityMacquarie University
  • AreaBusiness and commerce
  • CourseAccounting in Society
  • Course CodeACCG100
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  • Authorwilvin
  • Created2017
  • Pages42
  • Approved14 March 2018

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This template covers all aspects of the Accounting in Society notes for Business and commerce at Macquarie University.


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Topics covered in these notes include :

  • Accounting, accountability and society.
  • Accounting for organisations.
  • Careers in accounting.
  • Ethics.
  • Sustainability.
  • Example/Case Study.
  • Financial Accounting for business: recording transactions.
  • Posting from JOURNAL to LEDGER.
  • Financial Accounting for business: adjusting entries & adjusted trial balance.
  • Financial Accounting for business: closing entries.
  • Financial Accounting for business: Preparing financial statements.
  • Financial Accounting for business: Interpreting financial statements.
  • Introduction to Management Accounting and Budgeting.
  • Cost volume profit analysis.


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