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Chart of accounts


Chart of accounts (COA) is a list of the accounts used by an organization . The list can be numerical, alphabetic, or alpha-numeric. The structure and headings of accounts should assist in consistent posting of transactions. Each nominal ledger account is unique to allow its ledger to be located. The list is typically arranged in the order of the customary appearance of accounts in the financial statements, profit and loss accounts followed by balance sheet accounts.

Nomenclature, classification and codification


Simple Chart of Accounts

Group headings - Sales, Cost of Goods Sold, Direct Expenses, Administration Expenses, Selling Expenses, Distribution Expenses, Establishment Expenses, Financial Expenses

Within each of these headings will be the individual nominal ledger accounts that make up the chart of accounts. Establishment expenses may consist of rent, rates, repairs

Balance Sheet Accounts ---- Asset Accounts ---- Cash, Bank Accounts, Accounts Receivable (Debtors), Prepaid Expenses, Inventory (Stock on Hand), Land, Buildings, Vehicles & Equipment, Investments & Stocks, Accumulated Depreciation and Other Assets ---- Liability Accounts ---- Accounts Payable (Creditors), Credit Cards, Tax Payable, Employment Expenses Payable, Bank Loans, ---- Stockholders' Equity Accounts ---- Common Stock (Share Capital), Retained Earnings (Revenue Reserves), Drawings

Profit & Loss accounts ---- Revenue Accounts ---- Sales Revenue, Sales Returns & Allowances, Sales Discounts, Interest Income, ----Cost of Goods Sold Accounts---- Purchases and sales Expense All sales Expense Purchase Returns & Allowances ---- Expense Accounts ---- Advertising Expense, Bank Fees, Depreciation Expense, Payroll Expense, Payroll Tax Expense, Rent Expense, Income Tax Expense, Office Expense, Utilities Expense

Trial Balance

The trial balance is a list of the active general ledger accounts with debit and credit balances. A balanced trial balance does not guarantee that there are no errors in the nominal ledger entries.

Types of accounts

  1. Asset accounts: represent the different types of economic resources owned by a business, common examples of Asset accounts are cash, cash in bank, building, inventory, prepaid rent, goodwill, accounts receivable
  2. Liability accounts: represent the different types of economic obligations by a business, such as accounts payable, bank loan, bonds payable, accrued interest.
  3. Equity accounts: represent the residual equity of a business (after deducting from Assets all the liabilities) including Retained Earnings and Appropriations.
  4. Revenue accounts orincome: represent the company's gross earnings and common examples include Sales, Service revenue and Interest Income.
  5. Expense accounts: represent the company's expenditures to enable itself to operate. Common examples are electricity and water, rentals, depreciation, doubtful accounts, interest, insurance.
  6. Contra-accounts: from the term ciccia, meaning to deduct, the value of which are opposite the 5 above mentioned types of accounts. For instance, a contra-asset account is Accumulateddepreciation. This label represents deductions to a relatively permanent asset like Building.

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Question:I have to answer a question that asks me to, "Compare and contrast the 5 elements of the Koppen Climate Classification chart". I get how the 5 climates are different but how are they similar?

Answers:They are all found on earth and caused by either air currents or the amount of sunlight a region gets

Question:1.__________________ is the science of classifying living things. 2.Living things are given a scientific name. The first name is the _________ name and it is capitalized and the second name is the ___________ name and it is not capitalized. The entire name is underlined or italicized. A leopard frog or Rana pipens is an example. 3.List the 7 levels of classification of living things beginning with the largest taxa 4.All living things are placed into kingdoms. Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protist, Fungus, Plant, and Animal. 5.Viruses are not considered living things because they do not contain any cells. Review the adaptations of viruses and how they spread and reproduce. 6.Explain why antibiotics are not effective against viruses.

Answers:1. Taxonomy 2. Genus, species 3. Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species 4. [is the answer next to the question?] 5. Viruses trick the host cell into making copies of itself (or it just uses the host cell as a vessel to make copies). when the cell is all used up, it lyses (breaks) and the cycle continues with the new copies killing off more host cells, which they can't grow without. 6. Antibiotics kill off bacteria, which aren't the same as viruses.

Question:Outline the main features of these five kingdoms, and name at least 3 examples of organisms within each kingdom.

Answers:Living organisms are subdivided into 5 major kingdoms, including the Monera, the Protista (Protoctista), the Fungi, the Plantae, and the Animalia (http://waynesword.palomar.edu, 1998) Since then it has been further subdivided into 6 major kingdoms, Dividing Kingdom Monera, into Eubacteria and Archaebacteria Some examples of Monera are: Aquificae (Eubacteria), Xenobacteria (Eubacteria), and Methanogens (A group of Archaebacteria) Examples of Protista: Amoeba, Euglena, Parameclum Examples of Plantea: Red Oak, White oak, Magnolia trees Examples of Fungi: Saccharomyces cerevisiae baker s or brewer s yeast, Penicillium was originally used to produce antibiotic penicillin; also used in production of cheese, Rhizopus molds appear on old bread, decaying fruit and vegetables, feces, etc. examples of Animalia; Humans, Monkeys, dogs (you can think of better ones maybe look up there scientific names ^_^)

Question:a) caused by displacement from plasma protein b) results in inhibition of metabolism c) results in induction of metabolism d) potentially serious, resulting in lack of absorption of the drug e) caused by calcium stimulating the metabolic degradation of the antibiotic

Answers:its so easy. u must be specific to ur Pharmacology esp the classification of drugs. however i will not do ur homework but give u a hint....... doxycycline belongs to tetracycline group of antibiotics. tetracyclines chelate or complex with bivalent or trivalent metal ions, so that their absorption is greatly impaired by calcium, magnesium and aluminium containing antacids and by iron preparations. the answer lies in the sentense.

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