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Anatomy of the Balance Sheet

Recorded on: Jul. 27, 2018
Running Time: 01:27:58

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Taken from the Web Program Basics of Accounting for Lawyers 2018 Recorded July 2018 in San Francisco

Anatomy of the Balance Sheet [01:27:58]
  • The elements of a balance sheet—assets, liabilities and stockholders’ equity and their significance
  • What to look for when reading a balance sheet
  • Current assets, such as cash, receivables, inventories, investments in debt and equity securities, and fixed and other long-term assets, including intellectual property and goodwill
  • Current liabilities, leases, long-term debt, pension and other post-retirement benefits, other long-term liabilities, and the common components of stockholders’ equity
  • Explanation of impairment in accounting

Speakers: Robert Barnett, Lawrence M. Cirelli, Sharon Selleck

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  • The Balance Sheet
    Lawrence M. Cirelli
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  • Anatomy of the Balance Sheet
    Robert Barnett
  • The Balance Sheet
    Lawrence M. Cirelli
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    Robert Barnett ~ Valuation Research Corporation
    Lawrence M Cirelli ~ Hanson Bridgett LLP
    Sharon Selleck ~ Director, BPM LLP
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