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More specifically, managerial accounting refers to internal processes used to account for business transactions, whereas financial accounting refers to the aggregation of accounting information into distinct financial statements. 20X6................. As at JULY 31, 20X applies to any company, your household, or a single Burger Cash............ $ 10,900 Accounts payable......... $ 17, 1 2 3 endobj Share capital................ 69, activities — net income and the related cash receipts. Total assets ($188.9) − Total liabilities ($153.9) − Share capital Balance Sheet �lEL����"? Managerial Accounting 16th Ed. Income Statement (Amounts in millions) Harrison Walter T.; Horngren Charles T.; Thomas Bill, Total Assets = Total Liabilities + Shareholders’ Equity, Ethics is a factor that should be included in every business and, accounting decision, beyond the potential economic and legal, consequences. Add: Net income ($380 − $250)......... 130