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After entering your transactions, preparing a trial balance is the next step in the accounting cycle. Learn how to build... see more

The Sales Journal is a special journal designed to record a single type of frequently occurring transaction -- in this... see more

Learn about the structure and contents of a statement of cash flows by examining one for the fictitious company Bogus... see more

Learn about the structure and contents of a statement of retained earnings by examining one for the fictitious company... see more

Calculating straight-line depreciation just got easier with this Formula Solver. We'll walk you through the steps, using... see more

This Formula Solver walks you through the steps for calculating depreciation with the Units-of-Production method. Use... see more

The Purchases Journal is a special journal designed to record a single type of frequently occurring transaction -- in... see more

After preparing your adjusted trial balance, the next step in the accounting cycle is to prepare your financial... see more

The most critical concept for any accounting student to master is an understanding of debits and credits. Many textbooks... see more

Preparing a trial balance is a key step in the accounting cycle, but what do you do if your trial balance doesn't... see more

The basic earning power ratio (or BEP ratio) compares earnings apart from the influence of taxes or financial leverage,... see more

Knowing the different methods of calculating depreciation isn't enough for an accountant, you also need to create a... see more

The Cash Payments Journal is a special journal designed to record a single type of frequently occurring transaction -- in... see more

The days sales outstanding ratio (DSO) gives an indication of how long it takes to collect accounts receivables,... see more

The debt ratio indicates how much of a company's assets are provided through debt. This is the proportion of funding that... see more

The debt to equity ratio indicates how much of a company's financing is provided through debt as compared to equity. This... see more

This Formula Solver walks you through the steps to calculate depreciation with the declining balance method. Use your own... see more

Answer a series of basic questions, and this virtual consultant will advise you which depreciation method to use --... see more

This Formula Solver walks you through the steps to calculate depreciation with the double declining balance method. Use... see more

Earnings per share (EPS) is a way to relate income to ownership on a per share basis, and is used in evaluating share... see more

The EBITDA coverage ratio shows if earnings are able to satisfy all financial obligations including leases and principal... see more

The equity multiplier ratio is the factor by which assets grew from the use of debt. This interactive tutorial walks you... see more

The fixed assets turnover ratio measures how fixed assets are used to generate sales, by comparing sales to net fixed... see more

The inventory turnover ratio compares sales to inventories, reflecting a company's ability to convert inventory into... see more