Accounting- Analyzing Transactions

Accounting- Analyzing Transactions
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Accounting- Analyzing Transactions

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This is a great handout to hang on a bulletin board and give to students to help them remember the four steps to apply when analyzing a transaction. The handout is very visually appealing depicting the steps which are:

1. What are the accounts which are to be used?
2. What is the classification of each account- asset, liability, or capital?
3. What is happening to each account- increasing or decreasing?
4. Which account will be debited, credited?

Handout shows the accounting equation- Assets = Liabilities + Owner's Equity. It shows the increase and decrease side and normal balance for different types of accounts. I have an umbrella clip art picture under owner's equity as the temporary accounts (revenue, drawing and expenses) are considered to be under the so called "umbrella" of owner's equity.

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