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Lowells' Country Music Bar Balance Sheet

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Lowells' Country Music Bar balance sheet missing pieces, see attached document.

Why are GAAP financial statements (externally reported financial statements) required to be prepared according to specific rules and formats while internally presented managerial accounting reports are not?

How can a misstatement in one financial statement affect another financial statement? Give an example of an error on one financial statement that impacts a second financial statement.

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Why are externally presented reports required to be prepared according to generally accepted accounting principles while internally presented managerial accounting reports are not?

Intern reports are custom for the business and for the particular decision and do not have to be uniform enough so that the general public can understand them. They can contain abbreviations, industry specific "buzz" words and confidential ...

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Balance Sheet - Fill in the Missing numbers

The bookkeeper for Lowell's Country Music Bar left this incomplete balance sheet. Lowell's working capital is 90,000 and its debt to assets ratio is 40 percent.

Complete the balance sheet by supplying the missing amounts.

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