ACC 201 Principles of Financial Accounting Complete Class
ACC 201 Week 1 Chapter 1 and 2 Practice
Complete the following practice exercises from Chapter 1 and 2
and submit them to your instructor. This assignment will be graded as a
completion only to allow you to transition into the subject matter during the
first week. The instructor will post the answers to these exercises by the end
of Day 6 for you to check your accuracy and comprehension on the subject
matter. Exercises: 1-2, 1-4, 1-9, 1-12, 1-18, 2-1, 2-3, 2-19, 2-22, 2-25.
ACC 201 Week 1 Memo to Blair
Complete the writing assignment, ATC 1-4 from Chapter 1 and
submit to your instructor.
ACC 201 Week 2 DQ1 Fraud
Discuss in general the ethical issues when employees are tempted
to defraud their employer or when companies defraud the public. What sort of
situations can lead to this behavior? What are the costs of fraudulent
behavior? What kind of controls can help prevent ethical problems? Cite an
example of unethical behavior (not necessarily limited to fraud) that you are
aware of from personal experience or have read about that is related to business.
After you have posted your original thread be sure to respond to at least two
other students’ original threads.
ACC 201 Week 2 DQ2 Debit Credit
Read and answer Chapter 4, Question 21 on the effects of debit
and credit memo’s on the Cash account. Explain in 200 words. Respond to at
least two of your classmates’ postings
ACC 201 Week 2 Chapter 3 Problems
Complete the following problems from Chapter 3 and submit to
your instructor. These problems will be graded for accuracy. Problems: 3-22,
ACC 201 Week 2 Chapter 4 Problems
Complete the following problems from Chapter 4 and submit to
your instructor. These problems will be graded for accuracy. Problems: 4-20,
ACC 201 Week 2 Assignment FASB Paper
Go to the website of the Financial Accounting Standards Board,
www.fasb.org. Write a paper, in at least 400 words, that describes the mission
of FASB, how it is organized, how it functions, and who grants the authority of
FASB to issue accounting standards. Also, research the most recent accounting
issues that FASB is taking into consideration.