ACCOUNTING 201 3 PART

Assignment 2: Discussion—Ethical Issues

Review the Ethical Issue: Dobbs Wholesale Antiques in chapter 5 (Page 317). By Saturday, July 8, 2017, address the following in your initial post:

  1. Under Dobbs FOB policy, when should the company record a sale?
  2. Do you approve or disapprove of Dobbs’s manner of deciding when to ship goods to customers and record the sales revenue? If you approve, give your reason. If you disapprove, identify a better way to decide when to ship goods. Is there an accounting rule against Dobbs’s practice?

By the end of the week, provide substantive responses to at least two other students’ initial posts.

 

Assignment 2: Discussion—Ethical Issues

Review the Ethical Issue: Dobbs Wholesale Antiques in chapter 5 (Page 317). By Saturday, July 8, 2017, address the following in your initial post:

  1. Under Dobbs FOB policy, when should the company record a sale?
  2. Do you approve or disapprove of Dobbs’s manner of deciding when to ship goods to customers and record the sales revenue? If you approve, give your reason. If you disapprove, identify a better way to decide when to ship goods. Is there an accounting rule against Dobbs’s practice?

By the end of the week, provide substantive responses to at least two other students’ initial posts.

 

Assignment 3: LASA 1: MyAccountingLab Post-Tests

In each module of this course, you will complete textbook exercises and problems using MyAccountingLab. The exercises and problems in this assignment provide real-world examples that give you an opportunity to apply your knowledge of the concepts covered in prior modules.

In this assignment, you will complete the following MyAccountingLab Post Tests:

  • Chapter 1-B Post Test
  • Chapter 2-B Post Test
  • Chapter 3-B Post Test
  • Chapter 4-B Post Test
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