Financial & managerial accounting by Charles T Horngren; Walter T Harrison; M Suzanne Oliver

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The incorporators pay fees, sign the charter, and file the required documents with the state. Once the first share of stock is issued, the corporation comes into existence. The incorporators agree to a set of bylaws, which act as the constitution for governing the corporation. Bylaws are the rule book that guides the corporation. The ultimate control of the corporation rests with the stockholders, who normally receive one vote for each share of stock they own. The stockholders elect the members of the board of directors, which sets policy for the corporation and appoints the officers.

Paid cash expenses: computer rent, $600; office rent, $1,100; employee salary, $1,200; utilities, $400. 7. Paid $300 on the account payable created in transaction 3. 8. Bright buys $200 of groceries. This is not a transaction of the business. 9. Collected $1,000 on the account receivable created in transaction 5. 10. Sold land for cash at its cost of $9,000. 11. Owner withdrew cash of $2,000. PANEL B—Analysis of Transactions Type of OE Assets Liabilities + Owner’s Equity (OE) Accounts Bright, + payable capital Accounts Office Cash + receivable + supplies + Land 1.

Stop Think... The accounting equation is important to a business, but it is also important to the individual. Consider your “personal” accounting equation. Are you content with your current net worth (equity) or do you want to increase it? Do you think your education will help you to increase your net worth? Students enroll in education programs for many reasons. However, underneath all the reasons is a basic desire to increase net worth through knowledge, higher paying job skills, or a better understanding of business.

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