BA 211 Chapter 1-2: “Accounting Transactions”

AUDIO SPEAKER 1: Hi, once more. We'' re continuing phase one.
the very least 2 accounts in each and every deal. It'' s always going to be at the very least two, 2 or more. So'we ' re going to have some examples. Allow'' s state the company just begun the business,
they just registered the firm, they just had their very own place.And after that they'' re going
to elevate money by releasing stocks. That would be the transaction to document. Currently constantly believe, what are both accounts that I need. And after that the 2nd step is to remind on your own where every account is categorized under the accountancy formula. And after that choose if you'' re. going to raise that account or decrease it.
$100,000 cash from releasing supplies, that means we'' re going. Money is a property. Usual stock is.
investors' ' equity.
Money is mosting likely to. increase by'$ 100,000. Remember it ' s the firm'' s money.
It ' s not the owner ' s money. It ' s the business ' s cash money.
So we, as accountants because.
company, from our perspective, our
cash money is enhancing by $100,000. And on the other. side of the formula, the typical stock is enhancing. by 100,000, also.
Under the assets, we.

understand that money is a property.
We will say cash plus$ 100,000. And after that beyond of. the equation, you will certainly say, we'will say that ordinary shares. Raises by$ 100,000.
Constantly bear in mind something. extremely, very crucial. That the formula has.
No issue how numerous transactions.
Now we have sufficient money. The following action we', allow ' s say, we ' re. As well as allow ' s say that we ' re.
mosting likely to pay money for it, OK? So both accounts that.
we ' re mosting likely to require here are equipment, which is.
mosting likely to raise by $20,000. The various other account is the cash money, which. is mosting likely to reduce by $20,000. Since we ' re
mosting likely to spend. the cash money and also get tools. To tape-record that we ' re. mosting likely to state money reduction. So it ' s a, which is. a minus by$ 20,000 and then devices. boost by $20,000. Currently the concern is, the.
equation still equivalent? Well, it is

, due to the fact that.
$ 20,000 under the assets.So that amount to assets.
It ' s still$ 100,000. And after that I still have$ 100,000 on.
OK, let ' s record one. Allow ' s say that we ' re going to purchase.
This time we ' re not. going to pay cash for it. We ' re mosting likely to acquire. supplies on account. Currently when we say on account or on. credit score, on account or on credit report, it suggests the exact same thing. It means that we ' re. not going to pay currently. It indicates that we will certainly pay in future.
Now bear in mind, if you ' re going.

to pay something in future for a quantity that is currently. owed by you to somebody, that ends up being accounts payable,'which.
Remember, we ' re going to have two. Supplies, which is an asset. As well as allow ' s say the.
Just an instance. Because we did, as well as then. not pay cash for them, our cash account is not. mosting likely to be affected. We ' re going to have a responsibility.
account, which is accounts payable.
A reduce B, accounts payable
. That is also going to. Due to the fact that when payable goes up by.
in the past and currently it ' s being boosted. from no to $1,000. We owe $1,000. Responsibility goes up
by$ 1,000. If you look at, now.
the formula, if you search for out if it. is still equivalent or otherwise, well consider the possessions side. We simply included the $1,000. Consider the other. side of the formula. Under responsibility we simply. added the $1,000, as well. So the equation is still equivalent. OK, let ' s have a 4th transaction. This moment let ' s say that. we are going to offer a solution to a customer for cash.So bear in mind, if I ' m. mosting likely to obtain money. Let ' s say it was.$ 4,000 worth of solution. Under the possessions, we will. just go back to the cash account as well as we will simply claim plus $4,000.
My cash money was boosted by $4,000. And also after that keep in mind that on
the. I will certainly claim that income,.
Income, it ' s not classified normally. under the shareholders ' equity. Yet it will certainly mirror. on it positively.
As well as later on we will. clarify more thoroughly in how the relationship in between.' earnings and also stockholders ' equity resembles.
For now, you just need to recognize. that profits once it goes when it rises, equity also rises. 'earnings plus$ 4,000'. We gave a service. It ' s worth $4,000. It ' s thought about an income.$ 4,000 in cash money rises by$ 4,000.
The equation is still equivalent. Currently let ' s do an additional transaction. that ' s our 5th deal.
This time we ' re mosting likely to say. that we provided an additional service

for a client for$ 3,000, however.
this time around we provided a service on account or on credit.That indicates'we ' re not going. to get the cash money'right away from the customer.
We ' re going to complete. the solution today. It ' s going to be officially. a revenue, a service income.
We can not increase the cash. Because we did not obtain money. Rather we will utilize.
receivables, A slash R means balance dues
. As well as bear in mind, accounts. receivable is just one of our assets, since there is some money.
in that consumer ' s pocket since is coming from us. At the very least from our. perspective as accounting professionals.
Plus$ 3,000. As well as after that on the various other. side of the equation, there will be profits'once again.
And also by the way, we ' re. It ' s not yet cash. Let ' s have, let'' s have.
purchase, let ' s spend for marketing.
We ' re mosting likely to promote. It ' s a new service, we.
have to promote it. As well as after that let ' s claim. that we gave, so'we were supplied a marketing event.
or maybe it was an ad on a magazine for let ' s say$ 500.
Which we paid cash. for it promptly. We ' re going to have.
an expenditure account. We ' re mosting likely to call that expense.
As well as then we paid money, so our. The two accounts below are cash.
will lower by $500. And after that my cost,.
which is additionally mosting likely to review investors '. equity much like revenues.But bear in mind that expenses.
normally reflect negatively on the shareholders' ' equity. That means whenever.
we have an expense, the stockholders''. equity will certainly decrease. It ' s not going to increase. It will certainly reduce. Advertising cost,.
It'' s enhancing, however what I ' m attempting to show below on.
the formula on just how is that expenditure is going to mirror on the equity. So I will certainly simply state that it.
will certainly reflect negatively.It ' s going

to be minus $500. So my equation'' s still equivalent. I have $500 reduction.
under the possessions and after that I have another.
$ 500 decline of equity beyond of the formula. That'' s exactly how we show.
transactions on the formula. You'' re always going.
to have 2 accounts. Those 2 accounts could be not 2.
various locations in the equation. They may be in the very same.
location of the formula. If you look back in.
The two accounts that we made use of,. One of them was going up,.
the various other one was dropping. So although they are both on.
the one side of the equation, yet the overall properties did not alter. Since we obtained a plus $20,000.
as well as we obtained a minus $20,000, which is not mosting likely to.
alter the complete assets, which will maintain the formula equal.And then you observe that. in some deals we
had two accounts boosting. or 2 accounts reducing or two accounts, one. of them is enhancing, the other one is lowering. And afterwards ultimately, after. you record transactions, we ' re going to videotape purchases. every single day within a period, within the bookkeeping duration, which. is usually a month or a year.
As well as then we reduced it by$ 20,000. And then we increased it by$ 4,000. $80,000 plus $4,000.
that'' s $84,000 minus $500. That makes it $83,500. So my ending balance.
for cash is $83,500. And afterwards you do the very same.
point for tools, products, accounts.
receivable, accounts payable. Each as well as every.
account that you have, that you have made use of.
during that duration. And after that what we.
will certainly discuss following is exactly how to deal with.
those finishing equilibriums. What is the following action after you.
determine the ending balances for each and every and every account? That will certainly remain in the following video.

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