Complete accounting cycle, special journals, payroll tax principles, special procedures, and financial statements. Accounting applications through practice set approach.
Students will be introduced to corporate accounting. Students will have an understanding of corporate transactions with an emphasis on stocks and bonds. The student will analyze financial statements including the statement of cash flows. Managerial accounting is also introduced in this class. PREREQUISITE: 10101101 Financial Accounting 1.
Intermediate Accounting course (in sequence with 10101107 Intermediate Accounting 2) covering complex accounting theory, financial statement preparation, and analysis of an in-depth nature. PREREQUISITES: 10101103 Financial Accounting 2 and 10103152 MS Excel B.
Intermediate Accounting 2 (in sequence with 10101105 Intermediate Accounting 1) covers complex accounting theory, financial statement preparation, and analysis of an in-depth nature. PREREQUISITE: 10101105 Intermediate Accounting 1.
This course addresses cost accounting principles, procedures, and managerial applications of cost data; theory of job order cost, process cost, and standard cost; and managerial cost decision making. Though not required, 10101103 Financial Accounting 2 is also recommended prior to taking this course. PREREQUISITES: 10101101 Financial Accounting 1 and 10103152 MS Excel B.
This course is an introduction to state and local individual income tax laws. It will prepare you to complete and file individual federal and Wisconsin income tax returns including the Form 1040 and Wisconsin Form 1 with the most common supporting schedules. The course requires the preparation of a series of individual tax returns.
Study of state and federal laws affecting payroll -- Fair Labor Standards Act, Federal and State Unemployment Acts, Federal Insurance Contributions Act, Federal and State Withholding Tax Acts, payroll accounting procedures, and systems design. COREQUISITE: 10101101 Financial Accounting 1.
By using the tools and techniques learned in the class, students will understand how to use financial information to manage a business, make better financial decisions, increase business profitability, and improve cash flow. With a detailed review of what the numbers in the financial statements represent and how managers and owners use that information to be more successful in controlling and growing their business operations, students will learn how to use financial information to build an effective and realistic budget that can be used to control costs, improve profits and gain a competitive advantage. COREQUISITE: 10101101 Financial Accounting 1 or 10101176 Financial Accounting 1A
Students will learn the QuickBooks accounting software by performing tasks that involve the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, payroll, and financial statements. Students will be responsible for finding and correcting errors in the QuickBooks program. PREREQUISITE: 10101101 Financial Accounting 1 or 10101176 Financial Accounting 1A.
Fall 2023, Summer 2023
The Principles of Finance course concentrates its study on the financial management of business. Students analyze profitability, cash flow, long-term investment decisions, long-term financing decisions, short-term working capital management, mergers, acquisitions, and business failure.
Personal Finance introduces students to money management, taxes, financial services, credit, real estate, insurance, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, retirement planning, and estate planning.
Principles of Insurance introduces students to insurance contracts, legal principles, and utilizing insurance as a risk management tool using automotive, homeowners, life, health, and commercial insurance.
This is a basic accounting course for non-accounting program students. The scope of study focuses on an introduction to business and accounting, analyzing and recording accounting transactions, performing the adjusting process, and completing the accounting cycle. Understanding is based both on theory and application.
This is an extension of Financial Accounting 1A involving the foundations of financial accounting. This course coupled with Financial Accounting 2 is intended to provide a solid understanding of financial accounting as a reference in various business environments as well as preparation for intermediate and advanced accounting courses for accounting program students. The scope of study focuses on an introduction to accounting systems, practice in accounting for merchandising businesses, implementing internal control procedures and accounting for cash, accounting for receivables, and accounting for current liabilities and payroll. Understanding is based both on theory and application. Prerequisite: 10101176 Financial Accounting 1A.
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