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NEED-TO-KNOW 12-1 SOLUTION Classify the following cash flows as operating, investing, or financing activities. a. Purchase equipment for cash g. Cash paid for utilities b. Cash payment of wages h. Cash paid to acquire investments c. Issuance of stock for cash i. Cash paid to retire debt d. Receipt of cash dividends from investments j. Cash received as interest on investments e. Cash collections from customers k. Cash received from selling investments f. Note payable issued for cash l. Cash received from a bank loan Operating activities - Day-to-day cash receipts and disbursements that determine net income (Generally related to current assets and current liabilities.) b. Cash payment of wages d. Receipt of cash dividends from investments e. Cash collections from customers g. Cash paid for utilities j. Cash received as interest on investments Investing activities - Cash receipts and disbursements generally related to the purchase and sale of long-term assets. (And non-operating short-term investments) a. Purchase equipment for cash h. Cash paid to acquire investments k. Cash received from selling investments Financing Activities - Cash receipts and disbursements generally related to long-term liabilities and equity. (And non-operating short-term debts) c. Issuance of stock for cash f. Note payable issued for cash i. Cash paid to retire debt l. Cash received from a bank loan Learning Objective P1: Prepare a statement of cash flows. © McGraw-Hill Education 20
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Payment Method  Credit card payments make up more than half of all payment methods.  Because fraudulent businesses prefer to receive payment through bank transfers, * “financial institution transfers” also make up a large portion of payments. Payment Method Payment Method Credit card Payment agency 2.18% Other Unclear Cash 0.67% 2.57% 2.07% Financial institution transfer 43.46% Credit card 49.05% No. of Cases Share Credit card 5,366 49% Financial institution transfer Financial institution transfer 4,755 43% Payment agency Payment agency 239 2% Cash Cash 73 1% Other Other 281 3% Unclear 226 2% 10,940 100% Unclear (n=10,940) Total * Businesses must wait to receive payment in case of credit cards from the credit card company. On the other hand, businesses can receive payments from bank accounts immediately and this is why it is thought fraudulent businesses prefer “financial institution transfers”. 10
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Financial Information Now that I know about costs, how do I pay for my classes? Payment Options After the initial payment due date, anyone registering must pay by the Wednesday following registration. Wednesday registrations would be due that day. Students with any type of financial aid including tuition waivers, scholarships, loans, grants, etc.... must contact the cashier department to have their tuition deferred. Failure to do so will result in classes being dropped for non-payment.There are six methods for payment of classes: 1. Payment Plan/Full payment: payment plans are available online with eCashier. To learn more about payment plans visit the eCashier site or contact the Cashier at 815-224-0213. 2. In person: The Cashier’s Office is located in the Main Lobby - C building. 3. By mail: (Please allow 3-5 business days)IVCC - Attn. Cashier815 N. Orlando Smith Ave.Oglesby, IL 613484. 4. Tuition Drop Box: Drop off payments in the drop box located at the front entrance below the "IVCC welcomes you" sign. 5. By phone: credit card payments can be made by phone at 815- 224-0213. Visa, Discover, and MasterCard are accepted. 6. By fax: credit card information may be faxed to 815-224-6091. Please include student account number (or social security number), credit card number, expiration date and name of card holder. back | home | next
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Due Diligence for Employees (including Student Employees) who work with credit cards, and/or credit card machines.… • The machines should be settled every night after closing. • Do not allow anyone to inspect or remove the machine unless you know who they are. • If your machine appears to have been tampered with, please contact Gloria Kobus, Bursar. You are required to keep the signed copy of the credit card receipt for 18 months. • It is OK to hand enter credit card numbers, (phone, fax, and US mail are okay as long as the credit card number is kept secure until entered and destroyed afterwards). DO NOT accept credit card numbers taken through e-mail. • If a credit card is denied, do NOT override under any circumstances (phone call from a “bank” for example). • You should not accept an unsigned card. • Do not accept a credit card if the signatures do not match, the card appears to have been altered or tampered with, or you are told when the card is swiped to “pick up” the card.
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Router Architectures CPU packets CPU Memory NFE Processor Memory NFE Processor Line Card #1 Line Card #4 Line Card #1 CPU Memory CPU Memory Line Card #4 Line Card #2 Line Card #5 Line Card #2 CPU Memory CPU Memory Line Card #5 Line Card #3 Line Card #6 Line Card #3 CPU Memory CPU Memory Line Card #6 (a) (b) First generation router Second generation router CPU Memory packets Line Card #1 Fwd Engine Fwd Engine Line Card #4 Line Card #2 Fwd Engine Fwd Engine Line Card #5 Line Card #3 Fwd Engine Fwd Engine Line Card #6 Third generation router (c)
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NEED-TO-KNOW 12-1 Classify the following cash flows as operating, investing, or financing activities. a. Purchase equipment for cash g. Cash paid for utilities b. Cash payment of wages h. Cash paid to acquire investments c. Issuance of stock for cash i. Cash paid to retire debt d. Receipt of cash dividends from investments j. Cash received as interest on investments e. Cash collections from customers k. Cash received from selling investments f. Note payable issued for cash l. Cash received from a bank loan Operating activities - Day-to-day cash receipts and disbursements that determine net income (Generally related to current assets and current liabilities.) Investing activities - Cash receipts and disbursements generally related to the purchase and sale of long-term assets. (And non-operating short-term investments) Financing Activities - Cash receipts and disbursements generally related to long-term liabilities and equity. (And non-operating short-term debts) Learning Objective C1: Distinguish between operating, investing, and financing activities, and describe how noncash investing and financing activities are disclosed. © McGraw-Hill Education 18
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Terms and Concepts Test Plan. The test plan - set of ideas that guide or represent the intended test process. Often those ideas are only partially documented, spread across multiple documents, and subject to change as the project evolves. Test Plan Document. A test plan document is any document intended to convey test plan information. However, test plan documents are not the only source of information about the test plan. Test plan information is also contained in the oral tradition of the project and the culture of the company. Test Strategy. The test strategy is the way tests will be designed and executed to support an effective quality assessment. Test strategy is the plan for what parts of the product will be covered by tests and what test techniques will be used. Test strategy is distinct from the logistics of implementing the strategy. Test strategy is essentially the “brains” of the test process. Test Project. The test project is the means by which the test strategy is implemented and results delivered. The test project is the “brawn” of the test process. 03/22/2019 rd 22
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NEED-TO-KNOW 12-4 Use the following information to determine this company’s cash flows from financing activities. a. Issued common stock for $40 cash. b. Paid $70 cash to retire a note payable at its $70 maturity value. c. Paid cash dividend of $15. d. Paid $5 cash to acquire its treasury stock Cash flows from financing activities: Cash received from issuance of common stock Cash paid to settle note payable Cash paid for dividend Cash paid to acquire treasury stock Net cash used by financing activities General Journal a) b) c) d) Cash Common Stock $40 (70) (15) (5) ($50) Debit 40 40 Notes payable Cash 70 Retained earnings Cash 15 Treasury stock Cash Learning Objective P3: Determine cash flows from both investing and financing activities. Credit 70 15 5 5 © McGraw-Hill Education 50
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Student Account Suite [Bill + Payment] here you can . . . Check your balance Make a payment towards your balance View your payment history Store your payment methods for quick and easy payment As a student, provide permission to others (parents, employers, etc) to view your bill and make payments View and print your billing statement Enroll in a payment plan so you can pay your balance in installments. ($25.00 fee) View your current payment plan status Make a payment toward one of your installments Schedule future installment payments Enter your bank account information so that refunds can be deposited into your account electronically
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Summer Camp ID Cards -List of Campers needs to be submitted at least 2 weeks before camp begins via email to [email protected] File format should be in excel. If updates are done to the list of participants please keep us informed via email. Example: -Cost $5.00 per summer camp card, a roster will be provide to each department of all students issued out a card for your records. At the end of the summer an invoice will be sent of the total due, the department will then provide an account number so we may charge total amount via Central Stores system. -Dusty Dollars • Debit/Credit Card via the following link http://www.tamiu.edu/onecard/SummerCampsDustyDollars.shtml or at Card Services ZSC 131. Please provide the parent with this web link so they may load up funds into the students card from home. • Cash- at Cash to Card Machine located in the Food Court, Library 1 st floor and 2nd floor or at the Bursars Office ZSC 137. Instructions on how to add funds to the id card are on top of the cash to card machines. (Note: Parents are advised to calculate their child’s spending on a weekly basis so funds are not left over in the card, left over funds are non refundable via cash.) -Arrangements in advance need to be made with Card Services office to determine dates and times to bring in students for picture taking. Contact information
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Categorical Independent Variables • Convert categorical variables to “dummy variables” • k = number of categorical variables • k – 1 - Number of dummy variables • Examples: • Methods of payment = Credit Card or PayPal x1 = 1 if Credit Card, 0 = PayPal • Definition becomes: x1 = 1, then Credit Card x1 = 0, then PayPal • Methods of payment = Credit Card or PayPal or Cash • 3 = k = number of categorical variables • Dummy Variables = k – 1 = 3 – 1 = 2: x1 = 1 if Credit Card, 0 = anything else x2 = 1 if PayPal, 0 = anything else • Definition becomes: x1 = 1 AND x2 = 0, then Credit Card x1 = 0 AND x2 = 1, then PayPal x1 = 0 AND x2 = 0, then Cash 100
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Corporate Travel Card Procedure SOU has contracted with USBank to provide a Corporate Travel Card to employees who find themselves traveling on a regular basis. The Corporate Travel Card is a personal bank card issued through U.S. Bank Corporate Card Program. The benefit of using a Corporate Travel Card is to keep SOU business travel arrangements separated from your personal credit cards. Note that you have the option to be reimbursed for authorized travel expenses whether you pay cash, or use a personal bank card, or the (personal) Corporate Travel Card. Employee’s use of the Corporate Travel Card is limited to authorized business travel and no other expenses should be charged. (For example, please do not charge office supplies on this card). Application form on Travel Website Travel Card – US Bank Corporate Card Application
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MEMOS MERCHANDISE & SERVICES RECEIVED BY ITCC THROUGH JUNE 30 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance exists in FY 2013-14 Calendar date June 1 - June 30 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Calendar date July 1 – July 8 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Merchandise & services 30 Encumbrance exists in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with Pay as a direct pay July transaction date; then with June received by ITCC through June pay as direct pay with transaction date June transaction date Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June transaction date Rolled encumbrance or new encumbrance created in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay against encumbrance with July transaction date/ Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. Pay as a direct pay with July transaction 26 date/Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. July 11: Encumbrance roll to FY 2014-15 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance no longer exists in FY 2013-14 (Central Office only) Calendar date July 14 & later (Regions) Calendar date July 14 & later If material amount, create FT1 JV with June 30 transaction date to accrue expense & liability
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