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Worked on Chapters 8,9,10 and 11. Primarily they focused on J\journal entries for payroll, stocks, leases and capital purchases. Mortgage amortizations, annuities for journal entries. Corporation and business characteristics for his mid-term/final.

Starting Accounting 2 for this session, we went over the homework. Most of the questions were relating to stocks, par value, APIC, P/E ratios, dividend yields, preferred stock and dividends, and cumulative preferred stocks and non-cumulative preferred stocks. Lots of information regarding this information and the student seemed to catch onto the information well, especially since this is the first time she has ever seen accounting principles regarding stocks. She will work on some of the homework by herself before we meet again Monday at 7:00.

We went over subjects she wanted to work on before her exam tomorrow. We completed some preferred stock and dividend problems as well as cash receipts/cash journal problems. I think she should do well on her exam tomorrow.

During the session we went over practice midterm questions and reviewed main concepts of the last session lecture. Before next session, the student will review cash flow statements and other parts and solve more problems before her midterm next Monday.

We covered chapters 1-6 in preparation for the midterm. There have been no new homework/test assignments since the last meeting. Nothing in particular. We went through all of the quizzes to review for the test.

The student and I reviewed his Chapter 4 homework on ABC costing. Topics covered included: Traditional Costing vs. Activity-based Costing, Manufacturing Overhead, Facility cost, Product cost, and Just-In-Time Inventory.

We covered recognizing and measuring impairment losses, with an emphasis on calculating impairment loss, and how to record journal entries for impairment losses. I noted progress by seeing the student able to complete the problems by her self. No concerns.

Spent the entire session working on previous tests and work. She was studying for her final for this particular class which was held tonight. We spent the time working on the quiz due for that evening concerning various statements. After that we spent the time working on problems from previous tests. We covered the 3 statements that required her to balance to a number for the entire income/profit. After that we covered more journal entries and balance sheets. From there we discussed what a contra account is and its uses.

I had another great session with the student. We worked through reviewing adjusting entries, closing entries, and various financial statements. For our next session, the student is going to review a study guide for an upcoming exam and let me know what topics he wants to review for his upcoming exam.

The student and I reviewed inventory balance sheet account and how that impacts the COGS on the Income Statement. We also had some general review of the major differences between the 3 primary financial statements (Balance Sheet, P&L and Statement of Cash Flows). I think that she's very close to having these concepts click for her.

We covered introductions and the first chapter of her Managerial Accounting syllabus. We will be covering one session a week plus doing some practice problems from previous tests from now on. Reviewing the material and then doing practice problems seems to work for the student - we will continue to do so in tutoring sessions.

The student received her homework problem about accounting for long-term contracts. We went over the cost-to-cost method, the definition of performance obligations, and the various journal entries. We will meet later this week to continue this problem.

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