Study Guide and Working Papers, Chapters 1-9 and 10-15 for Heintz/Parry's College Accounting, 19th / Edition 19

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Written by the text authors to ensure accuracy and quality consistent with the text, the study guide and the working papers for the text assignments are provided together in one convenient resource. Students can reinforce their learning experience with chapter outlines that are linked to learning objectives and a set "C" of assignments that include review questions, exercises, and problems. The working papers are tailored to the text's end-of-chapter assignments. (Solutions for the working papers are included in the Solutions Manual. Solutions for study guide assignments are available separately).

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Beginning with the basics, then moving on to advanced topics, this textbook covers accounting procedures for service businesses, cash and payroll, and merchandising businesses. Its narrative approach uses an on-going example to illustrate key points. Color-coded accounting forms are also presented to highlight the structure of such documents and help explain their preparation. This edition features a new emphasis on recent technology. Heintz teaches accounting at the University of Kansas. Parry teaches accounting at Indiana University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780324640120
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 1/18/2007
  • Edition description: Study Guid
  • Edition number: 19
  • Pages: 512
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

James A. Heintz currently guides today's students as Professor and Director of Accounting and Information Systems in the School of Business at the University of Kansas, where he has taught for 11 years. Prior to joining University of Kansas, he was the Accounting Department Head at the University of Connecticut for eight years. He also served as Assistant, Associate and Full Professor for 20 years at Indiana University. Professor Heintz earned his doctorate from Washington University in St Louis and is a CPA. He was a Price Waterhouse Faculty Fellow at Indiana, an Arthur Andersen Faculty Fellow at Connecticut, and is currently the Deloitte & Touche Faculty Fellow at Kansas. Professor Heintz has won numerous school and university teaching awards, including three teaching awards from the Doctoral Student Association. He has served in various capacities on 24 doctoral dissertation committees. Heintz has published numerous articles in accounting and business journals, including THE ACCOUNTING REVIEW; AUDITING: A JOURNAL OF PRACTICE AND THEORY; ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS RESEARCH; JOURNAL OF BUSINESS FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING; and INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING EDUCATION AND RESEARCH. He served on the editorial board of AUDITING: A JOURNAL OF PRACTICE AND THEORY for seven years. Professor Heintz has served on various committees of the AAA and the FSA, and as president of the Accounting Programs Leadership Group of the AAA. He has participated in external reviews of accounting programs at 12 major universities.

Robert W. Parry clarifies accounting concepts for students daily as Professor of Accounting at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business in Bloomington, Indiana. He has taught at Indiana University for the past 30 years as Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor. He earned a B.S. in Business Education at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, an MBA at the University of Scranton, and a Ph.D. in Business and Economics at Lehigh University. An accomplished teacher, Professor Parry has taught accounting at virtually all levels. While earning his MBA, he taught accounting at Bishop Klonowski High School in Scranton, Pennsylvania. While earning his Ph.D., he also taught financial and managerial accounting at Northampton County Community College and Lehigh University. At Indiana, he taught in the Undergraduate, MBA, MBA in Accounting, Master of Science in Accounting, the online Kelley Direct MBA Program, and Ph. D. Programs. In addition, he has taught accounting in the Consortium of Universities for International Studies in Asolo, Italy. He has won a dozen teaching excellence awards and has been recognized twice by BUSINESS WEEK as one of the country's Outstanding MBA Faculty. In addition, he was awarded the Indiana University Distinguished Service Award for his efforts in planning and deploying a new, integrated MBA Core Program. He also received the Kelley School of Business Innovative Teaching Award for his role in designing and implementing the curriculum for the Master of Science in Accounting Program.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Accounting for a Service Business
Chapter 1 Introduction to Accounting 1
The Purpose of Accounting 2
The Accounting Process 3
Three Types of Ownership Structures 3
Sole Proprietorship 4
Partnership 4
Corporation 4
Types of Businesses 4
Career Opportunities in Accounting 5
Accounting Clerks 5
Bookkeepers and Para-Accountants 5
Accountants 6
Job Opportunities 7
Managing Your Writing Feature 9
Key Points 11
Key Terms 11
Review Questions 12
Managing Your Writing 13
Exercises 13
Chapter 2 Analyzing Transactions: The Accounting Equation 15
The Accounting Elements 16
Assets 16
Liabilities 16
Owner's Equity 17
The Accounting Equation 18
Analyzing Business Transactions 18
Effect of Transactions on the Accounting Equation 19
Expanding the Accounting Equation: Revenues, Expenses, and Withdrawals 20
Effect of Revenue, Expense, and Withdrawal Transactions on the Accounting Equation 22
Financial Statements 28
The Income Statement 28
The Statement of Owner's Equity 30
The Balance Sheet 30
Overview of the Accounting Process 31
Key Points 32
Key Terms 33
Demonstration Problem 34
Review Questions 38
Managing Your Writing 38
Exercises and Problems 38
Challenge Problem 44
Mastery Problem 45
Self-Study Test Questions 46
Chapter 3 The Double-Entry Framework 47
The T Account 48
Balancing A T Account 48
Debits And Credits 49
Assets 49
Liabilities and Owner's Equity 49
Normal Balances 50
Revenues 51
Expenses 51
Drawing 51
Normal Balances for the Owner's Equity Umbrella 51
Transaction Analysis 52
Debits and Credits: Asset, Liability, and Owner's Equity Accounts 52
Debits and Credits: Including Revenues, Expenses, and Drawing 55
Summary of Transactions 65
The Trial Balance 67
Key Points 69
Key Terms 70
Demonstration Problem 70
Review Questions 74
Managing Your Writing 74
Exercises and Problems 74
Challenge Problem 82
Mastery Problem 83
Self-Study Test Questions 85
Chapter 4 Journalizing and Posting Transactions 87
Flow of Data 88
The Chart of Accounts 89
Source Documents 90
The General Journal 91
Journalizing 92
The General Ledger 97
Four-Column Account 97
Posting to the General Ledger 98
Steps in the Posting Process 99
The Trial Balance 105
Finding and Correcting Errors in the Trial Balance 106
Ruling Method 107
Correcting Entry Method 108
Key Points 109
Key Terms 110
Demonstration Problem 111
Review Questions 116
Managing Your Writing 116
Exercises and Problems 117
Challenge Problem 128
Mastery Problem 129
Self-Study Test Questions 131
Chapter 5 Adjusting Entries and the Work Sheet 133
End-Of-Period Adjustments 134
Supplies 135
Prepaid Insurance 137
Wages Expense 138
Depreciation Expense 139
Expanded Chart of Accounts 141
The Work Sheet 142
The Ten-Column Work Sheet 142
Preparing the Work Sheet 142
Preparing the Work Sheet 142G
Finding Errors on the Work Sheet 144
Journalizing Adjusting Entries 144
Posting Adjusting Entries 144
Key Points 146
Key Terms 147
Demonstration Problem 148
Review Questions 151
Managing Your Writing 152
Exercises and Problems 152
Challenge Problem 167
Mastery Problem 168
Self-Study Test Questions 170
Appendix Depreciation Methods 171
Straight-Line Method 171
Sum-Of-The-Years'-Digits 172
Double-Declining-Balance Method 173
Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System 173
Exercises 174
Chapter 6 Financial Statements and the Closing Process 175
The Financial Statements 176
The Income Statement 176
The Statement of Owner's Equity 176
The Balance Sheet 179
Additional Investments by the Owner 180
The Closing Process 181
Journalize Closing Entries 183
Post the Closing Entries 185
Post-Closing Trial Balance 187
The Accounting Cycle 188
Key Points 192
Key Terms 194
Demonstration Problem 194
Review Questions 197
Managing Your Writing 198
Exercises and Problems 198
Challenge Problem 207
Mastery Problem 208
Self-Study Test Questions 210
Appendix Statement of Cash Flows 211
Types of Business Activities 211
Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows 213
Key Points 215
Key Terms 215
Review Questions 215
Exercises and Problems 216
Comprehensive Problem 1: The Accounting Cycle 217
Part 2 Accounting for Cash, Payroll and Service Businesses
Chapter 7 Accounting for Cash 221
Checking Account 222
Opening a Checking Account 222
Making Deposits 222
Writing Checks 225
Bank Statement 227
Reconciling the Bank Statement 228
Deposits 228
Cash Payments 228
Reasons for Differences Between Bank and Book Balances 229
Steps in Preparing the Bank Reconciliation 229
Illustration of a Bank Reconciliation 230
Journal Entries 231
Electronic Funds Transfer 233
The Petty Cash Fund 233
Establishing a Petty Cash Fund 233
Making Payments from a Petty Cash Fund 234
Petty Cash Payments Record 234
Replenishing the Petty Cash Fund 235
The Change Fund and Cash Short and Over 237
Establishing and Operating the Change Fund 237
Cash Short and Over 237
Key Points 239
Key Terms 240
Demonstration Problem 241
Review Questions 243
Managing Your Writing 243
Ethics Case 243
Web Work 244
Exercises and Problems 244
Challenge Problem 252
Mastery Problem 253
Self-Study Test Questions 255
Chapter 8 Payroll Accounting: Employee Earnings and Deductions 257
Employees and Independent Contractors 258
Employees Earnings and Deductions 258
Salaries and Wages 259
Computing Total Earnings 259
Deductions from Total Earnings 261
Computing Net Pay 266
Payroll Records 267
Payroll Register 267
Payroll Check 268
Employee Earnings Record 270
Accounting for Employee Earnings and Deductions 270
Journalizing Payroll Transactions 270
Wages and Salaries Expense 272
Employee Income Tax Payable 273
Social Security and Medicare Taxes Payable 273
Other Deductions 273
Payroll Record-Keeping Methods 274
Key Points 275
Key Terms 276
Demonstration Problem 277
Review Questions 280
Managing Your Writing 280
Ethics Case 281
Web Work 281
Exercises and Problems 281
Challenge Problem 288
Mastery Problem 289
Self-Study Test Questions 291
Chapter 9 Payroll Accounting: Employer Taxes and Reports 293
Employer Payroll Taxes 294
Employer's FICA Taxes 294
Self-Employment Tax 295
Employer's FUTA Tax 296
Employer's SUTA Tax 296
Accounting for Employer Payroll Taxes 297
Journalizing Employer Payroll Taxes 297
Payroll Taxes Expense 298
Social Security and Medicare Taxes Payable 298
FUTA Tax Payable 299
SUTA Tax Payable 299
Total Payroll Cost of an Employee 299
Reporting and Payment Responsibilities 300
Federal Income Tax Withholding and Social Security and Medicare Taxes 300
FUTA Taxes 302
SUTA Taxes 305
Employee Wage and Tax Statement 305
Summary of Employee Wages and Taxes 306
Summary of Reports and Payments 306
Workers' Compensation Insurance 308
Key Points 311
Key Terms 312
Demonstration Problem 312
Review Questions 314
Managing Your Writing 315
Ethics Case 315
Web Work 315
Exercises and Problems 315
Challenge Problem 322
Mastery Problem 323
Self-Study Test Questions 324
Chapter 10 Accounting for a Professional Service Buisness: The Combination Journal 325
Accrual Basis Versus Cash Basis 326
Accounting for a Professional Service Business 329
The Combination Journal 331
Journalizing in a Combination Journal 333
Proving the Combination Journal 335
Posting from the Combination Journal 335
Determining the Cash Balance 337
Performing End-of-Period Work for a Professional Service Business 337
Preparing the Work Sheet 337
Preparing Financial Statements 340
Preparing Adjusting and Closing Entries 341
Key Points 342
Key Terms 343
Demonstration Problem 344
Review Questions 348
Managing Your Writing 348
Ethics Case 348
Web Work 349
Exercises and Problems 349
Challenge Problem 359
Mastery Problem 359
Self-Study Test Questions 361
Answers to Self-Study Test Questions 362
Index 363
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