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FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting – Semester 1
FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting
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SKU: N/ACategories: 1st Level, 1st Semester, BCom, Premium, Study Groups
- FAC1501 EXAM PACK 2016.pdf
- FAC1501 - SU 8 - Bank reconciliations.pdf
- FAC1501 - SU 9 - Trial Balance.pdf
- FAC1501 - SU1.pdf
- FAC1501 - SU10 - Final accounts v1.pdf
- FAC1501 - SU2.pdf
- FAC1501 - SU3.pdf
- FAC1501 SU 5.pdf
- FAC1501 SU 7 Class examples.xlsx
- FAC1501 SU4.pdf
- SU 6 - Credit transactions.pdf
- SU 7 - Inventory.pdf
- May2011 Exam.xlsx
- May2012 Exam.xlsx
- October2011 Exam.xlsx
- October2012 Exam (1).xlsx
FAC1501 Introductory Financial Accounting introduces students to the fundamental concepts and principles of financial accounting; the purpose and use of business documents; the recording of cash and credit transactions; bank reconciliation; inventory; trial balance; final accounts; adjustments and the elementary financial statements of a sole tracer.
Resources for FAC1501-FAC1M1X Introductory Financial Accounting
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