Accounting 311:Financial Accounting(Latest)

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  • UniversityUniversity of Auckland
  • AreaBusiness and commerce
  • CourseAccouting 311:Financial Accounting
  • Course Code311
  • ProfessorProf.Wong/David Lau/DrC.Bridges
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  • Authoriwubbzuni
  • Created2017
  • Pages139
  • Approved2 December 2017

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About these notes

Important:These are the latest notes as of Sem2 2017. These are complete and clear course summary notes for Financial Accounting at The University of Auckland. The course code is ACCTG311.

 

Notes took a lot of my time and are complete. Each and every module is comprehensive and all the important and relevant concepts are covered in the notes. Also every module has examples with tables with arrows/graphs for a better explanation (some of my own graphs and calculations) and with practice questions. These questions are from the prescribed textbook and course book. I’ve included some more principles and concepts from the textbook which you can apply to your assessments.

 

There are also practice questions at the end of each module for you to get a better understanding of the content. These will be very helpful.

 

The major topics covered in these notes include:

  • Accounting Information In Capital Markets
  • The Theory Of Accounting Choices
  • Translation Of Foreign Operations
  • Accounting For Financial Instruments
  • Accounting For Taxation 2

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