# Financial AccountingAdjusting Entries Financial Statement

Master Adjusting Entries & Financial Statements: A Comprehensive Guide for Accurate Accounting and Reporting

4.6/5

## Financial AccountingAdjusting Entries Financial Statement

### What you’ll learn

Identify the components of the accounting cycle and analyze the role of adjusting journal entries within it.
Classify and categorize the four main types of adjusting journal entries: prepaid expenses, unearned revenue, accrued expenses, and accrued revenue.
Apply the appropriate adjusting journal entries for each type and construct examples to illustrate their impact.
Evaluate the distinguishing characteristics of adjusting journal entries and differentiate them from regular journal entries.
Organize and manage data effectively using an adjusting journal entries worksheet.
Analyze and interpret common adjusting journal entries encountered in financial accounting.
Critically assess the purpose and significance of reversing entries and analyze common examples.
Construct accurate balance sheets, income statements, and statements of equity based on the adjusted trial balance.
Examine the interconnectedness of the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of equity in financial reporting.
Demonstrate a thorough understanding of accrual concepts and their application in the adjusting process.
Apply problem-solving skills through multiple-choice practice questions to reinforce comprehension and analytical thinking.
Utilize mathematical reasoning to solve short calculation practice questions related to adjusting entries.

### Requirements

While there are no strict prerequisites for this course, a basic understanding of accounting concepts and familiarity with financial statements would be beneficial. However, even if you are new to accounting, this course provides a comprehensive introduction to adjusting entries and financial statements, making it suitable for beginners.
Having prior knowledge of fundamental accounting principles, such as the accounting equation, debits and credits, and the basic structure of financial statements, will help you grasp the concepts more easily. If you have completed an introductory accounting course or have some experience with bookkeeping, it will be advantageous.
Additionally, basic proficiency in using spreadsheet software like Microsoft Excel would be helpful, as we will be using Excel practice files to reinforce learning and apply concepts practically. However, if you are unfamiliar with Excel, don’t worry, as we will provide step-by-step guidance and preformatted worksheets to assist you.
Above all, a willingness to learn, engage actively, and apply critical thinking is essential for successfully completing this course. The instructor will guide you through the material, ensuring that you gain a solid understanding of adjusting entries, financial statements, and their interrelationships.

### Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Accounting Cycle, Types of Adjusting Entries, Cash vs Accrual

Lecture 2 2 Accounting Cycle, Types of Adjusting Entries, Cash vs Accrual

Lecture 3 PDF 1 Accounting Cycle Steps in the Accounting Process

Lecture 4 1 Accounting Cycle Steps in the Accounting Process

Lecture 5 Notes – Review of What Accounting Is

Lecture 6 PDF 2 Types of Adjusting Journal Entries Adjusting Journal Entry

Lecture 8 PDF Cash Vs Accrual

Lecture 9 Cash Method vs Accrual Method

Lecture 10 Notes – Debits, Credits & Transaction Rules Review

Section 3: Adjusting Entry Rules and Thought Process

Lecture 11 3 Adjusting Entry Rules and Thought Process

Lecture 12 PDF 2.05 Double entry accounting Debits and Credits – Accounting equation u

Lecture 13 2.05 Double entry accounting Debits and Credits – Accounting equation u

Lecture 14 PDF 2.06 Debit Credit – One Rule To Rule Them u

Lecture 15 Debit Credit – One Rule To Rule Them u

Lecture 16 PDF 3 Adjusting Journal Entry Rules – What are Adjusting Journal E

Lecture 17 3 Adjusting Journal Entry Rules – What are Adjusting Journal E

Lecture 18 Notes – What Adjusting Journal Entries Are?

Lecture 19 PDF 3.08 Why Use A Worksheet

Lecture 20 3.5 Why Use a Worksheet in Adjusting Process

Lecture 21 Notes – Why Adjusting Entries Are Needed

Lecture 22 PDF 3.07 Adjusting Entries Thought Process

Lecture 23 4 Adjusting Journal Entry Thought Process How to Record Adju

Lecture 24 Notes – Adjusting Entry Rules & Thought Process

Lecture 25 Accounting Comic Break

Section 4: Supplies, Unearned Revenue, and Wages Adjusting Entries

Lecture 26 4 Supplies, Unearned Revenue, and Wages Adjusting Entries

Lecture 27 Notes – Prepaid Expenses

Lecture 28 PDF 5 Adjusting Entry Supplies, Unearned Revenue, & Wages Payable

Lecture 29 5 Adjusting Entry Supplies

Lecture 30 Notes – Adjusting Entry For supplies

Lecture 31 6 Adjusting entry unearned revenue

Lecture 32 Notes – Unearned or Deferred Revenue

Lecture 33 7 Adjusting Entry Wages Payable

Lecture 34 Notes – Accrued Expenses

Lecture 36 Worksheet – 1.1 Adjusting entries Supplies Unearned revenue% and Payroll Pa

Lecture 37 Worksheet – 1.2 Adjusting entries Supplies, Unearned Revenue, and Payroll Pa

Section 5: Accounts Receivable, Insurance, and Depreciation Adjusting Entries

Lecture 38 5 Accounts Receivable, Insurance, and Depreciation Adjusting Entries

Lecture 39 PDF 3.20 Adjusting Entries Depreciation, Accounts Receivable, Insurance

Lecture 40 8 Adjusting Entry Accounts Receivable

Lecture 41 Notes – Accrued Revenue

Lecture 42 9 Adjusting Entry Insurance

Lecture 43 Notes – Prepaid Insurance

Lecture 44 10 Adjusting Entry Depreciation

Lecture 45 Notes – Depreciation expense for the period is calculated to be \$1,100.

Lecture 47 Worksheet – 2.1 Adjusting entries Prepaid Insurance and Depreciation

Lecture 48 Worksheet – 2.2 Adjusting entries Prepaid Insurance and Depreciation

Section 6: Reversing Entries

Lecture 49 6 Reversing Entries

Lecture 50 Notes – Reversing Entries

Lecture 51 PDF 11 Reversing Journal Entries – Accrued Revenue

Lecture 52 11 Reversing Journal Entries – Accrued Revenue

Lecture 53 Notes – Accrued Revenues Reversing Entry Example

Lecture 55 4 Worksheet Accounts Receivable Reversing Entry

Lecture 57 5 Worksheet Unearned Revenue Reversing Entry

Lecture 58 PDF 11.5 Reversing Entry Wages Payable

Lecture 59 11.5 Reversing Entry Wages Payable

Lecture 60 Notes – Wages Payable Reversing Entry Example

Lecture 61 Multiple Choice Questions 1

Section 7: Financial Statements Overview

Lecture 62 7 Financial Statements Overview

Lecture 63 PDF 1.18 Balance Sheet Explained u

Lecture 64 Balance Sheet Explained u

Lecture 65 Notes – Relationship Between the Financial Statements and Adjusted Trial

Lecture 66 PDF 1.20 Income Statement Explained u

Lecture 67 Income Statement Explained u

Lecture 68 PDF 1.23 Statement of Owner’s Equity u

Lecture 69 Statement of Owner’s Equity u

Lecture 70 Notes – Analysis of The Financial Statement Relations

Section 8: Create the Balance Sheet

Lecture 71 8 Create the Balance Sheet

Lecture 72 PDF 12 Balance Sheet Current Assets from Trial Balance

Lecture 73 12 Balance Sheet Current Assets from Trial Balance

Lecture 74 PDF 13 Balance Sheet Property Plant Equipment From Trial Balance

Lecture 75 13 Balance Sheet Property Plant %26 Equipment From Trial Balance

Lecture 76 PDF 14 Balance Sheet Liability Section Creation From Trial Balance

Lecture 77 14 Balance Sheet Liability Section Creation From Trial Balance

Lecture 78 15 Balance Sheet Equity Section Creation from Trial Balance

Lecture 79 Notes – Balance Sheet Constructed from the Adjusted Trial Balance

Lecture 80 Multiple Choice Questions 2

Lecture 81 Short Calculation Questions 1

Section 9: Create the Income Statement

Lecture 82 9 Create the Income Statement

Lecture 83 PDF 16 Income Statement from Trial Balance

Lecture 84 16 Income Statement from Trial Balance

Lecture 85 Note – Income Statement Created Form Adjusted Trial Balance

Lecture 86 Multiple Choice Questions 3

Lecture 87 Multiple Choice Questions 4

Lecture 88 Short Calculation Questions 2

Section 10: Create the Statement of Owner’s Equity from the Trial Balance

Lecture 89 10 Create the Statement of Owner’s Equity from the Trial Balance – Copy

Lecture 90 PDF 17 Statement of Equity From Trial Balance

Lecture 91 17 Statement of Equity From Trial Balance

Section 11: Financial Statement Relationship

Lecture 92 PDF 18 Financial Statement Relationships

Lecture 93 18 Financial Statement Relationships

Lecture 94 Notes – Statement of Owner’s Equity Created Form Adjusted Trial Balance

Lecture 96 Worksheet – Financial Statements from Trial Balance

Lecture 97 Short Calculation Questions 3

Section 12: Comprehensive Problem

Lecture 98 11 Comprehensive Problems

Lecture 101 1 Accounting%2C Financial – Comp Prob Service Co 1 Part 1

Lecture 102 2 Accounting%2C Financial – Comp Prob Service Co 1 Part 2

Lecture 103 3 Accounting%2C Financial – Comp Prob Service Co 1 Part 3

Lecture 104 4 Accounting%2C Financial – Comp Prob Service Co 1 Part 4

Lecture 105 5 Accounting%2C Financial – Comp Prob Service Co 1 Adjusting Entries part 5

Lecture 106 6 Comp Prob Service Co 1 Adjusting Entries part 6

Lecture 107 7 Accounting%2C Financial – Comp Prob Service Co 1 Financial Statements part 7

Lecture 108 8 Accounting%2C Financial – Comp Prob Service Co 1 Financial Statements part 8

Section 13: CPE Qualified Assessment