For multiple-choice and true/false questions, simply press or click on what you think is the correct answer. For fill-in-the-blank questions press or click on the blank space provided.
If you have difficulty answering the following questions, learn more about this topic by reading our Income Statement (Explanation).
Which of the following names is NOT associated with the income statement?
The income statement heading will specify which of the following?
Amounts earned by a company in its main operating activities are
A company disposes of equipment that it no longer uses in its business. The amount received by the company is more than the amount the asset is carried at in the accounting records. The company will report a(n)
On December 1 a company borrowed $100,000 at 12% per year. The interest will be paid quarterly, with the first payment due on March 1. What should the company report on its income statement for December?
Is a retailer's Interest Expense an operating expense or a non-operating expense?
The income statement line gross profit will appear on which income statement format?
The income statement format that segregates the operating revenues and expenses from the non-operating revenues and expenses is the
Interest earned on investments would appear in which section of a retailer's multiple-step income statement?
Under the accrual basis of accounting, revenues are recognized in the accounting period in which
Net Sales minus the Cost of Goods Sold equals
The combination of Selling Expenses and Administrative Expenses is referred to as
Which basis of accounting best measures profitability during a short time interval?
Gross Profit minus Operating Expenses is best defined as
When an entire division of a company is eliminated, it is referred to as a(n)
A gain or loss that is unusual in nature and infrequent in occurrence is a(n)
When a company changes its book depreciation from an accelerated method to the straight-line method, it is considered to be a(n)
If a company's stock is publicly traded, is it a requirement that the earnings per share appear on the income statement?
Are the notes to the financial statements considered to be an integral part of the financial statements?
Is it acceptable that some of the expenses reported on the income statement be estimates?
More ways to study this topic:
Learn Accounting: Gain unlimited access to our seminar videos, flashcards, visual tutorials, exams, business forms, and more when you upgrade to PRO.