Introduction to Balance sheets
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Introduction to Balance sheets

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    Melane B.
    US
    Melane B.

    no video just cursor

    Esther R.
    US
    Esther R.

    Clear explanation.

    Tanya D.
    GB
    Tanya D.

    Assetts: How much cash, object you have Liability: How much you owe to somebody Equity: How much money/cash you actually have taking away oweing money to someone. A= L + E

    Dawn Jaclyn G.
    ZA
    Dawn Jaclyn G.

    Dude, this video is badly made

    Amanda M.
    GB
    Amanda M.

    can't see video, cursor only

    Gary M.
    US
    Gary M.

    Not confused thus far

    Janardhana R.
    IN
    Janardhana R.

    vedieo is not working

    Terri D.
    US
    Terri D.

    Could we start with an explanation that is above 3rd grade level?

    Terri D.
    US
    Terri D.

    Could he use an example of a real balance sheet and examples of realistic entries? I understand it is a concept he is trying to explain, but he should consider the audience.

    Allie R.
    GB
    Allie R.

    excel illustration would be better

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