ACC 561 Final Exam Answered 30 Questions.docx

ACC 561 Final Exam
The statement of cash flows is used for _____.
A. showing the relationship of net income to changes in current assets
B. determining a company’s acceptable level of debt financing
C. revealing commitments that may restrict future courses of action
D. evaluating the creditworthiness of the organization

Nonoperating items on the income statement _____.
A. appear only on corporate income statements
B. appear on the income statement immediately after gross profit
C. are revenues and expenses arising from adjusting entries
D. reflect the effects of financial management decisions

The difference between a single-step and multiple-step income statement is that a single-step income statement _____.
A. groups all revenues together and all expenses together, whereas a multiple-step income statement separates certain revenues and expenses from each other and presents subtotals
B. calculates net income using one method, whereas a multiple-step income statement calculates net income using two or more methods
C. calculates gross profit and operating income, whereas a multiple-step income statement does not
D. shows only 1 year's net income, whereas a multiple-step income statement shows multiple years' net income

Which one of the following statements is true?
A. The statement of cash flows reports the cash receipts but not cash payments of an entity over a period of time.
B. Both the statement of cash flows and the income statement determine the net income for a company.
C. Transactions affecting the sale and the purchase or production of goods and services are reported in the financing activities section of the statement of cash flows.
D. Investing activities in the statement of cash flows include acquiring and selling long-term assets.

The _____ accounting convention uses the acquisition cost minus depreciation in valuing an asset on the balance sheet.
A. continuity
B. conservatism
C. cost-benefit
D. materiality
A new corporation issuing a common, no-par value stock for cash would include a journal entry a debit to _____.
paid-in capital and a credit to retained earnings.
cash and a credit to common stock.
retained earnings and a credit to cash.
cash and a credit to retained income.


Which type of organization would most likely have work-in-process inventory?
A. A retail store
B. A manufacturing company
C. A service organization
D. A real-estate investment trust


_____ is a measure of income or profit divided by the investment required to obtain that income or profit.
Return on sales
Return on investment
Residual income
Capital turnover

The following information is available for the Peter Company: Sales $150,000 Invested Capital 156,250 ROI 10% The return on sales is _____.
10.00%
62.50%
10.42%
none of these answers is correct

The following information is available for the Peter Company:
Sales: $500,000

Invested capital: $312,500

ROI: 10%

The return on sales is _____.

A. 10.00%
B. 6.250%
C. 1.000%
D. 62.50%

Speedo Company's revenues are $300 on invested capital of $240. Expenses are currently 70% of sales. If Angelo Company can reduce its invested capital by 20%, return on investment will be _____.
75%
18.75%
93.75%
46.88%

When the variable costing method is used, fixed factory overhead appears on the income statement as a _____.

A. component of cost of goods sold
B. fixed expense
C. production-volume variance
D. component of gross profit



In absorption costing, costs are separated into the major categories of_____.
fixed and variable
manufacturing and fixed
manufacturing and nonmanufacturing
variable and nonmanufacturing

_____ is another term for variable costing.

A. Full costing
B. Direct costing
C. Traditional costing
D. Absorption costing


The use of budgeted service department cost rates protects using departments from _____.
all of these answers are correct
service outages
price fluctuations
service department efficiencies

_____ is an example of the external financial-reporting purpose of the cost management systems.
A. The cost of a manufacturing process
B. The product mix to optimize profitability
C. The amount of inventory that should appear on the balance sheet
D. Budget reporting

The level of sales at which revenues equal expenses and net income is zero is called the _____.
A. margin of safety
B. contribution margin
C. break-even point
D. marginal income point


Output measures of both resources and activities are _____.
A. cost drivers
B. stages of production
C. fixed activities
D. variable activities

The break-even point is where _____.
A. total sales revenue equals total cost plus desired profit.
B. the contribution margin equals net income plus fixed costs.
C. total sales revenue equals total cost.
D. the variable cost equals total cost.




_____ is an example of the external financial reporting purpose of the cost management systems.
The product mix to optimize profitability
The cost of a manufacturing process
The amount of inventory that should appear on the balance sheet
Budget reporting

_____ budgeting is when budgets are formulated with the active participation of all affected employees.
A. Financial
B. Team
C. Participative
D. Shared

_____ is the logical integration of management accounting tools to gather and report data and to evaluate performance.
A. An internal control system
B. A quality control system
C. A financial-reporting system
D. A management control system


_____ are components of a master budget.
A. A strategic plan and an operating budget
B. An operating budget and a capital budget
C. A continuous budget and a static budget
D. A cash budget and an activity budget

Important factors considered by sales forecasters include all of the following except _____.
past patterns of sales
competitors' activities
the desired level of sales
marketing research studies

_____ models are mathematical models of the master budget that can react to any set of assumption about sales, costs, and product mix.
Futuring
Accounting
Budgeting analysis
Financial planning

Which of the following is an objective of budgeting?
A. Budgeting provides benchmarks against which performance can be measured.
B. Budgeting provides a fixed fiscal plan that should not be changed during the year.
C. Budgeting helps managers build favorable variances into the performance-evaluation process.
D. Budgeting is done exclusively by the chief fiscal officer for control purposes





An organization's budget program should be used
A. to have power over employees.
B. to assign blame to managers that do not meet budgetary goals.
C. to help managers plan and control the organization’s performance.
D. to help the chief fiscal officer to allocate resources to the favored projects of the executives.

The activity-based costing may reveal _________, whereas traditional costing cannot.
A. high-volume products are overcosted
B. low-volume products are overcosted
C. both high- and low-volume products are overcosted
D. both high- and low-volume products are undercosted


_____ is a method of approximating cost functions.
A. Cost-driver analysis
B. Transaction analysis
C. Product analysis
D. Account analysis

In relation to a cost function, the term reliability refers to _____.
A. whether the costs and activities can be easily observed
B. whether the cost function conforms to a given mathematical model
C. how well the cost function predicts future costs
D. how well the cost function explains past cost behavior

One of the simplest methods to measure a linear cost function from past data is the _____.
A. regression analysis method
B. high–low method
C. least squares regression method
D. visual-fit method
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