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CASH FLOW TECHNIQUES-DIRECT METHOD

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THIS NOTE CONSIST OF TECHNIQUES TO EASILY DO THE CASH FLOW SUM. MAINLY THE OPERATING ACTIVITIES.

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Reviews

I hated studying financial accounting but it is useful. Managerial accounting is nothing but easy math and so is less useful but can improve your overall grade.

Anonymous, Spring session, 2017

i myself find this one tough but very useful for an accounting student

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Tip for this subject: do your homework (as you can observe in class: most others just come to class to watch the solution) The topics that requires a lot textbook reading should be the ones on Budgeting. It might be boring and tedious to try to go through all those tables and numbers in the textbook, but it's worth it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

This subject will help student with no accounting background understand the basic knowledge of accounting, its importance for any businesses and how it works to help all stakeholders make their decisions. For those student with accounting background previously, this subject also is a good opportunity to review the fundamental knowledge of accounting, in order to build up a strong foundation for other advanced accounting subjects. My tip to master this subject is understand the theory before doing problems. More importantly, keep doing homework every week to get familiar with questions, review the theory and not to be so stressed when close to exams.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015