Learners read about the internal and external users of financial information and the kinds of information most often requested.
Learners read a short explanation of T-accounts. They then demonstrate their knowledge of the characteristics of various accounts in a drag-and-drop exercise.
With this highly entertaining four-minute animation, learners can visualize the basics of accounting.
Learners read about the purposes of balance sheets and income statements and then place accounts into these two financial statement categories in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Learners read an explanation of the debits and credits of accounting as they relate to T accounts and the accounting equation. Illustrated examples are provided.
Learners read about the various organizations that assist accountants and set standards and procedures.
Learners read about the different kinds of positions available in the accounting field at private corporations, government agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.
Learners examine the main characteristics of the four financial statements required in accounting: the income statement, the owner's equity statement, the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flow.
In this accounting learning object, students follow the steps involved in the closing process. Temporary accounts contain ending balances for a specified period and must be closed.
Learners examine a bank statement and a reconciliation form and study how to balance a checking account.
Learners examine the accounting process of recording, classifying, summarizing, interpreting, and communicating.
Learners examine the accounting equation and view examples of how account items and figures are included in each part of the equation.
Learners reinforce the matching concept in accrual basis accounting through a drag-and-drop exercise.
Learners examine the 10 steps of the accounting cycle. The cycle begins with the analysis of source documents and ends with the post-closing trial balance and interpreting the financial information.
Learners read about the most common forms of financial statements including balance sheets, cash flow statements, and profit and loss statements. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Students are provided with a Monthly Expenses Worksheet to help them understand the basics of budgeting, income, and spending.
Learners read the definitions of working capital, current ratio, quick ratio, return on equity, accounts receivable turnover, and inventory turnover.
Learners examine the accounting equation and classify accounts into the appropriate categories in drag-and-drop exercises.
In this interactive object, learners read a brief summary of the principles of cash basis accounting and then check their knowledge of transactions in a drag-and-drop exercise.