Financial Accounting

10th Edition

ISBN: 9781119298229

Author: Weygandt, Jerry J.; Kieso, Donald E.; Kimmel, Paul D.

Publisher: WILEY

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Question

Chapter 3, Problem 1Q

To determine

**Time Period Assumption:** According to time period assumption accountants divide the economic life of a business into artificial time periods.

**To Explain:** (a) Effect of time period assumption on business analysis, and (b) fiscal year, calendar year, and interim periods

Expert Solution & Answer

### Explanation of Solution

(a)

Time period assumption affects accountant’s business analysis in following ways:

- Recording of transactions in relevant time period.
- Allocation of costs over the relevant time period.
- Preparation of the financial statements periodically.

(b)

Explanation of the following terms:

**Fiscal Year:**That time period which starts from first date of a month and ends after completion of 12 months is known as fiscal year. In simple words, the fiscal year is an accounting time period that is one year in length.**Calendar Year:**The year which starts from January 1 and ends on December 31 is termed as calendar year and many business organizations maintain their accounting period according to the calendar year.**Interim Periods:**Accounting periods are generally a month, a quarter, or a year. Monthly and quarterly time periods are called interim periods

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# Chapter 3 Solutions

Financial Accounting

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