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    Chapter 1
    Debits, Credits, and the Accounting Equation

  1. The Accounting Equation

    3:02
  2. Assets vs Liabilities

    5:32
  3. Shareholder's Equity

    5:26
  4. The Balance Sheet

    5:52
  5. The Statement of Retained Earnings

    5:51
  6. The Income Statement

    6:19
  7. The Statement of Cash Flows

    6:02
  8. How the Statements Work Together

    9:02
  9. Thank you so much for your website and for the time and effort that you put into it. It has been a huge help.
    — Josh, Spring 2018

    Chapter 2
    The Financial Statements

  10. Current Assets

    9:57
  11. Non-Current Assets

    10:25
  12. Current Liabilities

    6:24
  13. Non-Current Liabilites

    2:00
  14. Contributed Capital

    5:10
  15. The Classified Balance Sheet

    4:48
  16. The Multistep Income Statement

    12:44
  17. Retained Earnings vs Shareholder's Equity

    6:41
  18. Ratios: Working Capital

    2:29
  19. Ratios: Current Ratio

    4:00
  20. Gross Profit vs Net Profit

    6:15
  21. Profit Margin

    3:22
  22. Thank you for your website and great/clear teaching abilities!
    — Julie, Fall 2017

    Chapter 3
    Journals, Ledgers, T-Accounts, and Normal Balances

  23. T-Accounts

    3:15
  24. Debits and Credits

    6:49
  25. Determining Normal Balances For Assets & Liabilities

    10:04
  26. Determining Normal Balance for Shareholder's Equity

    11:53
  27. Normal Balance Shortcut: Double Entry

    11:51
  28. Normal Balance Shortcut: DEAD Mnemonic

    2:36
  29. The Journal, Ledger, Trial Balance

    14:00
  30. I could not have finished this course without your help. I really appreciate how concise you are with your words and how you take the time to create clear visuals when explaining concepts.
    — Emma, Fall 2016

    Chapter 4
    Differences in Timing, Adjusting Entries, and the Closing Process

  31. Cash vs. Accrual Accounting

    7:21
  32. Expense Recognition

    8:07
  33. Accruals and Deferrals

    15:07
  34. What is an Adjusting Entry?

    4:11
  35. Adjusting Entry: Supplies

    1:54
  36. Adjusting Entry: Wages

    4:52
  37. Adjusting Entry: Unearned Revenue

    2:11
  38. Adjusting Entry: Interest

    2:03
  39. Contra-accounts

    4:40
  40. Depreciation

    7:10
  41. The Closing Process

    10:37
  42. This website helped me pass the class, which is a miracle. The videos were easier for me to understand than the textbook, my tutor, and my professor.
    — Claire, Fall 2016

    Chapter 5
    All About Inventory

  43. COGS and Inventory

    2:57
  44. Net Sales

    10:03
  45. Perpetual vs Periodic

    7:10
  46. FOB Shipping?

    8:51
  47. Transportation In

    8:41
  48. COGS

    6:18
  49. Drawbacks to Periodic

    6:07
  50. Specific Identification

    2:17
  51. Weighted Average

    4:21
  52. FIFO and LIFO

    20:17
  53. Estimating with Gross Profit

    7:23
  54. As soon as I subscribed, my test grades went up at LEAST a letter grade. I only use your website and the book to study and I am about to take my final exam. I haven’t been able to come across video as helpful or as easy to follow as yours. It was beautifully simple and simply beautiful how you made it seem like a puzzle and that I should not be intimidated by financial accounting. Hopefully this final goes well, and I'm watching your videos right now to get a little review before hand.
    — Jeronimo, Summer 2018

    Chapter 6
    Cash and Bank Reconciliations

  55. Cash and Cash Equivalents

    7:52
  56. Bank Reconciliations: What and Why

    9:38
  57. Bank Reconciliations: How

    20:57
  58. Debit and Credit Memos

    5:21
  59. Fixing Mistakes in Bank Recs

    8:32
  60. The videos are are very helpful. You really have a way of making the material very understandable. You should be a college professor!!
    — Nicole, Spring 2018

    Chapter 7
    Accounts Receivable and Bad Debts

  61. A/R and Bad Debts Introduction

    7:09
  62. Direct Method

    4:15
  63. The Allowance Method

    8:56
  64. Income Statement vs Balance Sheet Methods

    13:14
  65. Net Credit Sales

    5:20
  66. Write Offs and Reinstatements

    8:26
  67. Notes Receivable

    11:27
  68. You are awesome, and I so wish I would have found you at the beginning of the semester
    — Katie K., Spring 2016

    Chapter 8
    Long Term Assets and Depreciation

  69. Acquisition Cost of Assets

    13:23
  70. Lump Sum Purchases

    6:01
  71. What is Depreciation?

    11:23
  72. Straight Line Depreciation

    4:33
  73. Double Declining Balance

    13:58
  74. Units of Production

    3:43
  75. Partial Year Depreciation

    5:50
  76. Capital vs. Revenue Expenditures

    10:42
  77. Did not go to class at all for the last exam, learned everything from your videos. Thank you!
    — Jimmy, Spring 2016

    Chapter 9
    Current Liabilities, Contingencies, and the Time Value of Money

  78. Interest Bearing Notes

    8:26
  79. Non-interest Bearing Notes

    6:16
  80. Contingencies

    5:58
  81. What is Present Value

    8:15
  82. Simple vs Compound

    14:41
  83. PV of a Lump Sum

    4:39
  84. PV of a Lump Sum

    6:09
  85. Ordinary Annuity

    7:16
  86. Purchasing with an Annuity

    4:31
  87. Finding the Payment

    6:07
  88. Your videos have truly helped more than I could ever explain! They gave me such a good guideline for how to solve problems, and how you go through each problem step-by-step makes accounting seem so much easier.
    — Caitlyn, Spring 2018

    Chapter 10
    Bonds, Bonds, and Bonds

  89. Intro to Bonds

    10:04
  90. Discounts and Premiums

    7:34
  91. Selling at a Discount

    7:15
  92. Selling for a Premium

    8:11
  93. Amortization

    21:42
  94. Borrowing Cost

    6:33
  95. Interacting with Market Rates

    5:30
  96. Retiring Bonds

    9:54
  97. Your website is so awesome!! Seriously you give a fresh perspective on all the topics talked about in class and the vocabulary you use is very easy to understand. The way you teach almost makes the material feel very easy to comprehend.
    — Kyle F., Fall 2019

    Chapter 11
    Shareholder's Equity

  98. Shareholder's Equity

    5:12
  99. Stock Classifications

    4:19
  100. Issuance of Stock

    6:37
  101. Treasury Stock

    11:11
  102. Cash Dividends

    9:58
  103. The Effect of Cash Dividends

    6:08
  104. Stock Dividends

    13:48
  105. Honestly, if it weren't for your website, I would not have passed this class. I bombed the first two exams with 50s, but then after one of my friends told me about your website, I managed to bring my next exam score up to a 77. I did better than the class average of 68! Your videos are super clear and easy to follow. I appreciate how much effort you put into them.
    — Nadia Lynn, Fall 2018

    Chapter 12
    Cash Flows

  106. Cash Flow Overview

    6:02
  107. Operating Cash Flows

    18:41
  108. Indirect Method

    14:26
  109. Investing Cash Flows

    5:14
  110. Financing Cash Flows

    3:17
  111. Depreciation in Cash Flows

    5:50
  112. PPE for Cash Flows

    2:39
  113. Bringing it All Together

    13:57
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    — Brandon, Spring 2019