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					                                     ACCOUNTING 592
                          Financial Accounting & Reporting Seminar
                                         Spring 2006

Instructor:                               Office Hours (subject to adjustment):
       Teresa Gordon                      MW 8:30-11:30 AM
       Albertsons Bldg. 118               MW 1:00-3:00 PM
       885-8960                           or by appointment
       E-mail: tgordon@uidaho.edu
       Course web page: http://www.cbe.uidaho.edu/Acct592


COURSE OBJECTIVES
Financial and management accounting are more closely linked in practice than one might expect
from reading traditional textbooks and the problems to be resolved often have income tax and
auditing consequences as well. This seminar is designed to provide you with opportunities to
apply general concepts and principles learned in intermediate and advanced financial accounting
courses to new economic transactions and business decisions. Cases will be used to permit you
to practice the skills you will need as a professional accountant whether in public accounting or
private industry. In particular, this course is intended to refine your skills in researching the
professional accounting literature to solve particular accounting problems, to arrive at defensible
solutions where GAAP is vague or nonexistent, and to present your research conclusions in a
professional manner. You will have opportunities to present your work orally and in writing.

HOW THE COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT
This course will be taught as a seminar. A seminar is a group of advanced students, each doing
original research, and all exchanging results through reports and discussions. To make seminar
and case courses successful, each student must be committed to the "4 Ps" of student
involvement:

1.     Preparation. If the student does not read the cases and associated materials and does not
       analyze the case, and formulate an action plan, the case discussion will mean little.

2.     Presence. If the student is not present, she or he cannot learn and, more important,
       cannot add her or his unique thoughts and insights to the group discussion.

3.     Promptness. Students who enter the classroom late disrupt the discussion and deprecate
       the decorum of the process.

4.     Participation. Each student's learning is best facilitated by regular participation. More
       important, the case student has the responsibility to share his or her understanding and
       judgment with the class to advance the group's collective skills and knowledge.
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REQUIRED MATERIALS:
A recent Intermediate Accounting text (11th edition Kieso used in Acct 315 & 414 would be fine)

A recent Advanced Accounting text (9th edition Pahler used in Acct 415-515 would be fine)

FARS CD-ROM or current subscription to FARS (Financial Accounting Research System) – see
     comments following recommended materials heading below.

Other Course Materials are provided on the course webpage and you will probably want to
       print some or all of those files but the cost will just be paper or your UI student print
       allowance. More pages can be purchased when you run out. See the HelpDesk.

RECOMMENDED MATERIALS
        Miller's Comprehensive GAAP Guide (or similar GAAP guide) may be helpful and easier to interpret (e.g.,
        more examples).

        Financial Accounting Objective Questions and Explanations, by Irvin N. Gleim and William A. Collins
        (Accounting Publications, Inc.) is a low cost means of reviewing and learning financial accounting in
        preparation for professional exams

Comments regarding necessary access to the authoritative accounting literature :
You may already have a book titled Mastery of the Financial Accounting Research System (FARS) Through Cases,
by Wanda Wallace – which may have included a CD-ROM of FARS. The book and CD were packaged with Kieso
Intermediate if you acquired it for Acct 315. The Wallace book includes some excellent tips on using FARS. If you
prefer the CD-ROM version (you don’t need an internet connection!), be sure to obtain the most recent academic
version which should be dated June 2005. The bookstore should have a few copies or you could order from
www.wiley.com.

The Internet version is the cheapest: Go to http://www.wiley.com/college/farsonline.

Some students like the paper versions – but I’m not sure they are still being published at academic prices. The
FASB Accounting Standards, Current Text (Vol. 1 only) would be the most helpful, if available. The complete set
was very expensive. Check availability at Wiley web site.


CASE PREPARATION
Problem solving techniques, rules and facts related to the practice of accounting, and a
familiarity with pervasive concepts are just the background for graduate study in accounting.
The cases in this course will ask you to apply knowledge and skills to unfamiliar topics and
situations. Some cases will be quantitative in nature and may require preparation of spreadsheets
or other analysis tools. Other cases will require research of accounting standards but little
number crunching. You will prepare most cases for classroom discussion rather than formal
submission. This means you should come to class with computations in hand, notes on key
points, and notes that will help you respond to the discussion questions provided in the case. If I
find that students are not adequately prepared for class discussion, written solutions to the cases
will be required.
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This semester you will study several integrative cases, prepare consolidated financial statements
including foreign subsidiaries, and prepare financial statement disclosures. Cases will cover,
among other issues, many of the following recent accounting topics:

   Accounting Changes and Error Corrections (SFAS No. 154)
   Stock based compensation (SFAS No. 123 (Revised 2004)
   Earning per share and capital structure (SFAS No. 128 & 129)
   Debt with characteristics of equity (SFAS No. 150, SFAS No. 145)
   Variable Interest Entities (Fin 46)
   Liability vs Equity Issues (SFAS No. 150)
   Impairment of long-lived assets (SFAS No. 144)
   Asset retirement obligations (SFAS 143)
   Costs associated with exit or disposal activities (SFAS No. 146)
   Consolidation and intangibles (SFAS 141, 142, exposure drafts)
   Derivatives and hedging (SFAS 133 and SFAS 149)
   Disclosures about pensions and other post retirement benefits (SFAS No. 132, Revised)
   Segment reporting (SFAS No. 131)
   Statement of Comprehensive Income (SFAS No. 130)
   Accounting for deferred income taxes (SFAS 109)



GRADING
A letter grade will be determined based on the following:                                  Points          %
Contribution to class learning (attendance and participation)                               100          10%
Presentations                                                                               250          25%
Homework and other minor assignments                                                        250          25%
Projects and other major assignments                                                        400          40%
                                                                                           1000         100%
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                                           Acct 592 – Spring 2006
                                            Cases and Readings
98-9 Sour Grapes and Interest Costs (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series,
        Deloitte & Touche Foundation)
99-4 The Eye of the Potato (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
        Touche Foundation) .
02-5    Sick of Debt (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
Lucent Loses Its Luster (IAE, by Teresa Gordon and Marcia Niles)
The Case of the Small Business Client. [IAE 10(1)]
Article: Torres, Paul D., and Marvin J. Albin. Fall 1997. Integrating the curriculum: A resource for including tax.
         Issues in Accounting Education 12(2), pp. 561-572.
03-07   AxCess Unlimited (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
        Touche Foundation)
Issues in Implementing the Black Sholes Call Option Pricing Model to the Valuation of Employee Stock
         Options, Mario Reyes, Teresa P. Gordon, and Jeffrey Harkins
Article: Accounting for Tax Benefits of Employee Stock Options and Implications for Research, by Michelle
         Hanlon and Terry Shevlin, Accounting Horizons, Vol. 16, No. 1, March 2002, pp. 1-16
92-9    To Consolidate or Not (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte
        & Touche Foundation)
05-9    Spend More (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
05-5    Guarantees-R-Us (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
        Touche Foundation)
05-2    Minority Inc. (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
04-9    Healthcare Depot – Parts 1 and 2 (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study
        Series, Deloitte & Touche Foundation)
04-8    Drug King (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
02-3    Frequent Fixer (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
        Touche Foundation)
General Electric: Investment Accounting & Consolidations [IAE 17(3)] – 3 part case
92-9    To Consolidate or Not (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte
        & Touche Foundation)
Security Systems Corporation (IMA 1:8)
91-10 Determining the Functional Currency (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study
        Series, Deloitte & Touche Foundation)
Foreign subsidiary: Conversion to U.S. GAAP, Translation to U.S. Dollars and Consolidation {IAE 12(1)]
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Cases for team presentations – consolidation & business combination issues
04-9    Healthcare Depot – Part 3 (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series,
        Deloitte & Touche Foundation) – move to some guidance section if not needed here
05-3    CherryPop (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
05-6    CentCom (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
03-9    Highrise Inc. (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
02-8    Mortar and Pestle (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
        Touche Foundation)
99-9    Swap Meet (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
99-10   Ball and Chain (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
        Touche Foundation)
03-1    Web Browser (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
        Foundation)
00-9    Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, It’s Off to Market We Go! (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case
        Study Series, Deloitte & Touche Foundation)

Other Cases for Presentation – Assorted Topics
05-7 Ace Company (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
      Foundation)
05-4  Blackout Power Utilities (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte
      & Touche Foundation)
04-6  Power Station (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
      Foundation)
03-04 Looking for Some Winners (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series,
      Deloitte & Touche Foundation)
04-2  Busy Signals, Unlimited (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte
      & Touche Foundation)
04-10 Cashless, Inc. (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
      Foundation)
03-02 Back to the USSR (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
      Touche Foundation)
00-5  Revenue’s Up, Dude! (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
      Touche Foundation)
02-9  Grass Chopper (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte &
      Touche Foundation).
04-7  Lighthouse (The Robert M. Trueblood Accounting and Auditing Case Study Series, Deloitte & Touche
      Foundation)
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                                       Acct 592 – Spring 2006
                                        Tentative Schedule
The official syllabus is maintained on course web site so be sure to check for changes as we may
need to spend more time on certain topics and less on others. Details regarding case assignments
will be made later since it depends largely on number of students enrolled.
       Date                               Topic                                         Assignment Due
                   No class
                   If you don't have a FARS CD, order one or the on-       Obtain materials, read syllabus
Thurs
                   line version from Wiley. The bookstore should
     12-Jan
                   have a few on-hand. I like the CD better than on-       Print cases from course web page and
                   line. Make sure yours is current - the latest version   begin work on next week’s assignments
                   is through June 2005.
                                                                           Do the necessary research to come up with
                   “Warm-up” research cases:
Tues                                                                       an informal solution for both cases
                   98-9 Sour Grapes & Interest Costs
       17-Jan
                   99-4 The Eye of the Potato
                                                                           Bring printouts or laptop with relevant
                   02-4 Sick of Debt
                                                                           FASB guidance identified
                                                                           Complete at least parts 1 through 3 and
                   Case: Lucent Loses Its Luster
                                                                           begin researching alternatives
Thurs
                   Distribute paper copy of
          19-Jan                                                           We will check numbers during class and
                   Small Business Client case (due no later than
                                                                           you will have chance to make corrections
                   January 31)
                                                                           before submission
                   Deferred Income Taxes                                   Turn in solutions to Lucent case, items 4-6
                                                                           – in the form of a professional
                   Deferred Income Taxes – Notes & Examples –              memorandum (6) with supporting
                   bring copy to class with you                            attachments (4, 5, research notes) DUE
Tues
                                                                           DATE THURS JAN 26 beginning of
       24-Jan
                   Read article:                                           class
                   Torres, Paul D., and Marvin J. Albin. Fall 1997.
                   Integrating the curriculum: A resource for              Obtain copy of article through UI library
                   including tax. Issues in Accounting Education           and lecture notes from web page
                   12(2), pp. 561-572.                                     Blank workpaper for deferred tax problems
                                                                           Reminder: Lucent case (major
                                                                           assignment) is due no later than Friday
                   Deferred Income Taxes – continued                       noon (individual work).

                   Case:                                                   Read case 03-07 which we will discuss on
Thurs
                   03-07 AxCess Unlimited                                  next class so you can ask me questions
     26-Jan
                                                                           regarding requirement for class discussion
                   New GAAP – Lecture 1                                    next week.
                   FAS 143, 144, 146
                                                                           The note files for SFAS 143 & 144 include
                                                                           brief homework assignments due Feb. 2
Acct 592 – Spring 2006                                                                             Page 7

       Date                            Topic                                     Assignment Due
                   Case:
                   03-07 AxCess Unlimited
                   Read and prepare to discuss case. You
                   should have a SPECIFIC (numeric) estimate
Tues                                                              Reminder: Solution to deferred tax homework
                   for the deferred tax asset allowance amount
       31-Jan                                                     problems due (minor assignment)
                   that you can justify to the class. You may
                   work in groups of 2-3 students on this case.
                   Have something you can show us on the
                   document camera or Excel.
                                                                  First draft of Small Business Client case - due
                   Case:                                          today
                   04-5 Alchemist, Inc.                           A written solution to Case 04-5 will be required
                                                                  and will count as a “major” assignment. You
Thurs
                                                                  will hone your professional writing skills by
     2-Feb
                   Introduction to Stock Based compensation       writing a letter to communicate your opinion to
                   Stock Based Compensation - SFAS No.            your client, Mr. Jones. We will discuss the case
                   123R (PPT)                                     during class but your formal solution is not due
                                                                  no later than Feb 21
                                                                  Read at least the summary of SFAS No.
                                                                  132(revised) and material in Kieso up-date

                   Stock based compensation                       Reminder: ARO & Impairment HW problems
                                                                  due (minor assignment)
                   Examples - SFAS 123 Rev04 & HW
                   (MSWord file) - BRING PRINTOUT OF
Tues
                   EXAMPLES WITH YOU TO CLASS–                    I plan to return small business client case
       7-Feb
                   includes HW assignments A, B & C               assignment today. Your re-write of the case
                                                                  should go next to Marla Kraut who will consider
                   Stock-based Employee Compensation              it from the point of view of an auditor. Once you
                   (MSWord notes)                                 get it back from her, you will revise it as
                                                                  necessary for the final version which is due
                                                                  after spring break and counts double that of the
                                                                  first draft.
                   Stock-based compensation, continued            You should be working on Homework A & B
Thurs
                                                                  assignments in Stock Based Compensation
     9-Feb
                   Handout BSOP materials for next class          Examples
                                                                  Homework A (SFAS No. 123) – major
                   Option Pricing Models
                                                                  assignment due today
Tues               Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model
                                                                  Read materials on Black Scholes model – there
          14-Feb   Data/model in Excel
                                                                  is also helpful material within SFAS No. 123 –
                                                                  esp. the original version.
                                                                  HW #B (FAS 123R) due today (minor
                                                                  assignment)
                   Stock based compensation, continued
Thurs                                                             Work on Black Scholes assignment (turn in –
          16-Feb                                                  Tues Feb 28)
                   Stock awards with graded vesting
                                                                  Begin work on Stock-based compensation
                                                                  homework HW C due Tues Feb 28
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       Date                        Topic                                         Assignment Due
                  Stock based compensation, continued
                                                                  Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned
                  Case 05-9 Spend More (Stock                     case.
Tues
                  compensation award based on performance)
         21-Feb
                                                                  Review earnings per share in an intermediate
                  Introduction to earnings per share              accounting textbook.

                                                                  NO CLASS - PROF OUT OF TOWN
                  Work on completing HW C (counts as
                                                                  Reminder: 2nd draft of Small business client
Thurs             major assignment). If you haven’t already
                                                                  letter should have already been submitted to
         23-Feb   done so, complete the BSOP assignment.
                                                                  Marla Kraut for review so she’ll have time to get
                  Both assignments due Tues Feb 28
                                                                  it back to you for the final revision due Tuesday
                                                                  after spring break (March 22)
                                                                  Reminder: SFAS123R HW C (major
                                                                  assignment) is due today
                  Earnings per share
                                                                  Reminder: BSOP team project (minor
                   Bring printout of lecture notes and
Tues                                                              assignment) is due today.
                  examples to class
         Feb 28
                   EARNINGS PER SHARE (doc)
                                                                  Obtain lecture notes and examples from web
                  Earnings per share for Acct 592 (ppt)
                                                                  page

                                                                  Begin work on EPS HW 1 & 2 (TBA)
                  Earnings per share – Go over EPS HW-1
                                                                  Reminder: Turn in EPS HW #1 today (minor
                  during class (a minor assignment)
                                                                  assignment) – I’ll answer questions to resolve
Thurs
                                                                  any confusion. EPS HW-2 requires more
          Mar 2   New GAAP – lecture 2
                                                                  extensive FARS research and will count as a
                  FIN 45 and FAS 145-154
                                                                  major assignment.
                  New GAAP – lecture – continued                  Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned
                                                                  cases.
Tues              Cases:
         Mar 7    05-5 Guarantees-R-Us                            Distribute and discuss Financial Statement
                  05-2 Minority Inc                               Disclosure Project 1 (Pension & Other Post-
                                                                  retirement Benefits)
                                                                  EPS HW-2 is due today
                  Review consolidations with emphasis on
                  Variable Interest Entities (FIN 46- revised)    Obtain lecture notes from web page
Thurs
                  Cases:                                          Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned
         Mar 9
                  General Electric: Investment Accounting         cases.
                  and Consolidations (Part I) Excel sheet
                  with data                                       Begin work on Financial Disclosure Project 1
                                                                  (Pensions)
Tues
                  Spring Break
         14-Mar
Thurs                                                            Reminder: Final version of Small Business Client
                  Spring Break
         16-Mar                                                  Case (letter) is due Tues March 21
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        Date                          Topic                                     Assignment Due
                                                                Projects due: Small Business Client Letter
                                                                (major assignment)

                                                                Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned
                    Cases:
                                                                cases.
                    General Electric: Investment Accounting
                    and Consolidations (Part 2)
 Tues                                                           Start preparing the consolidation work paper for
 21-Mar                                                         GE part 3 which will be due (individual project)
                    92-9 To Consolidate or Not (Handout)
                                                                due on Mar 30 (minor assignment). Please note
                                                                that you MUST have an explanation for each
                    04-09 Healthcare Depot (Part 1)
                                                                reconstructed journal entry on the consolidation
                                                                workpaper. For example, following the Pahler text
                                                                would mean there are at least 3 separate journal
                                                                entries.
                                                                Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned
                   Case on Goodwill: 04-09 Healthcare Depot
                                                                case.
                   (Part 2)
                                                                Read chapter(s) in advanced on translation of
                   Consolidation of foreign subsidiaries
                                                                foreign currency financial statements
Thurs              PowerPoint Slides (Pahler Text)Current Rate
23-Mar             method for translating foreign statements
                                                                HW – Pahler text: Problems 15-2 & 16-2 and 15-3
                   Temporal method for translating foreign
                                                                & 16-3 (each set is the same problem but solved
                   statements
                                                                using alternative approaches) Due date: April 4.
                                                                Textbook web site has for "models" that will speed
                   Distribute cases for next class
                                                                preparation.
                   Get together with your assigned group to
                   prepare presentations related to Case: ACIPA
                                                                NO CLASS - PROF OUT OF TOWN
                   Case 2004-01 - Part 3, VIEs
                                                                Reminder: GE Case Part 3 is due on Thursday and
                   You might also want to begin work on the
                                                                Pahler Foreign Currency Homework is due next
                   Foreign Subsidiary case (due no later than
                                                                Tuesday
Tues               April 4 – individual work) , notes/check
          28-Mar   figures
                                                                GE part 3 HW assignment due today
                   Case: ACIPA Case 2004-01 - Part 3, VIEs
                                                               Role playing assignments:
Thurs              Role Playing – presentations by teams and
                                                               SEC team =
          30-Mar   debate between teams (Everyone will want to
                                                               Management team =
                   review/study FIN46R
                                                               Auditors team =
                                                               Investor team =
                                                               Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned
                                                               cases.
Tues                Cases: Security Systems Corp. and
          4-Apr    91-10 Determining the functional currency Reminder: Homework problems on translating
                                                               subsidiary financial statements in Pahler: Problems
                                                               15-2 & 16-2 and 15-3 & 16-3 are due today
                                                               Reminder: Foreign Sub case due today
                   Statement of Cash Flow – Review
Thurs                                                          Read chapter on Statement of Cash Flows in
                   The Statement of Cash Flows (problems only)
          6-Apr                                                intermediate accounting text.
                   SCF HW - Endicott Engines - Excel WP for
                   students
                                                               Begin work on HW assignments (TBA)
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        Date                          Topic                                     Assignment Due
                  Presentations on cases related to
                  consolidations
                                                                04-09 Healthcare Depot (Part 3)
Tues
                                                               02-8 Mortar & Pestle
         11-Apr   Everyone should read all cases to be
                                                               03-01 Web-Browser -
                  presented. A handout for the audience should
                  be distributed
                  Statement of Cash Flows – more advanced      SCF HW #1 due (TBA)
                  examples
Thurs
                                                               Examples and homework problems available on
         13-Apr
                  Blank EXCEL work paper - Orofino Outfitters web
                  SCF Problem for Tuesday (in-class)           SCF HW - Camperdown - Excel WP for Students
                  Case presentations continued
                                                               99-9 Swap Meet -
Tues
                  Everyone should read all cases to be         99-10 Ball & Chain
         18-Apr
                  presented. A handout for the audience should 00-9 Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho -
                  be distributed
Thurs             Statement of Cash Flows – more advanced
                                                               SCF HW #2 due (TBA)
         20-Apr   examples [in class graded exercise]
                                                               03-9 Highrise Inc. -
                                                               05-6 Centcom, Inc. -
                  Case presentations continued                 05-3 CherryPop –
Tues
         25-Apr   Everyone should read all cases to be         Financial Statement Disclosure Project 1
                  presented. A handout for the audience should (Pensions) due today
                  be distributed
                                                               Begin work on Financial Statement Disclosure
                                                               Project 2 (LT debt & Lease footnotes)
                  Cases:
Thurs                                                          Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned
                  04-8 Drug King
         27-Apr                                                case.
                  02-3 Frequent Fixer
                  Final Case Presentations
                                                               05-7 Ace Company
Tues
                  Everyone should read all cases to be         05-4 Blackout Power Utilities
         2-May
                  presented. A handout for the audience should 04-6 Power Station
                  be distributed
                                                               Reminder: Financial Statements Disclosure Project
                                                               2 (LT debt and lease footnotes) due by Friday 4:00
                  Final Case Presentations                     PM May 5
Thurs
         4-May
                Everyone should read all cases to be         03-4 Looking for Some Winners
                presented. A handout for the audience should 04-2 Busy Signals
                be distributed                               04-10 Cashless, Inc.
                 Final Case Presentations continue            03-02 Back to the USSR
 Thursday                                                     04-7 Lighthouse
         May 11 Final exam period – regular classroom –       02-9 Grass Chopper
                 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon                       00-5 Revenue’s Up, Dude!
 TBA = to be announced

				
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