ACCT 201 at Towson University

Videos

1 Current Assets
We've already learned about assets, but now we're going to break it down a bit further and differentiate between current and non-current.
9:57
2 Non-Current Assets
We've already learned about Assets, but now we're going to break it down a bit further and differentiate between current and non-current.
10:25
3 Current Liabilities
We've already learned about Liabilities, but now we're going to break it down a bit further and differentiate between current and non-current.
6:24
4 Non-Current Liabilites
We've already learned about Liabilities, but now we're going to break it down a bit further and differentiate between current and non-current.
2:00
5 Contributed Capital
Shareholder's Equity is made up of two different components: Retained Earning and Contributed Capital. Here, we try to figure out what contributed capital is all about.
5:10
6 The Classified Balance Sheet
The Classified Balance Sheet lets us see our assets and liabilities by groups, which gives us a little better overview.
4:48
7 The Multistep Income Statement
The single step Income Statement is what we're used to dealing with, but the Multistep Statement gives us much more visibility into the information that actually matters.
12:44
8 Retained Earnings vs Shareholder's Equity
What is the Statement of Shareholder's Equity? Let's make it up together.
6:41
9 Ratios: Working Capital
Ratios help us make comparisons quickly. This video will look at the Working Capital ratio.
2:29
10 Ratios: Current Ratio
The Current Ratio is exceedingly simple, but quite helpful to businesses.
4:00
11 Gross Profit vs Net Profit
Gross vs Net? What do those words mean? What's the difference between those two "profits"?
6:15
12 Profit Margin
Profit Margin is crucial for businesses to optimize. Let's take a look at what it actually is.
3:22