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Accounting for Casinos and Gaming (Course Id 942)

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Author : Steven Bragg, CPA
Status : Production
CPE Credits : 10.0
IRS Credits : 0
Price : $99.95
Passing Score : 70%
Primary Subject-Field Of Study:

Accounting - Accounting and Auditing for Course Id 942

Description :

The Accounting for Casinos and Gaming course provides an overview of gaming operations, and describes those accounting issues most relevant to a gaming entity. Topics covered include the accounting for loyalty and incentive programs, jackpots, chips and tokens, licensing fees, payroll, marker collections, fixed assets, and interest capitalization. The course also addresses gaming controls and federal reporting requirements.

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Release : 2016
Version : 1.0
Prerequisites : None.
Experience Level : Overview
Additional Contents : Complete, no additional material needed.
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Advance Preparation : None.
Delivery Method : Self-Study.
Intended Participants : Anyone needing Continuing Professional Education (CPE).
Revision Date : 04-Mar-2016
NASBA Course Declaration : Participants must complete the final examination within one year of purchase and with a minimum passing grade of 70% or better to receive CPE credit unless otherwise noted on the Course History page (i.e. California Ethics must score 90% or better). After logging in click on the Course History links on your My Courses page for the Begin date and Expire date for the Final Exam.
Approved Audience :

NASBA QAS - NASBA Registry - 942

Keywords : Accounting, Accounting, Casinos, Gaming, cpe, cpa, online course
Learning Objectives :

Course Learning Objectives

    • Recognize the factors that can impact the level of gaming taxes.
    • Identify the different types of games.
    • Note the responsibilities of a casino controller.
    • Recognize the responsibilities of the cage staff, and the types of transactions that they handle.
    • State the types of transactions used to supply chips to and remove cash from a gaming table.
    • Recognize the calculation for gross gaming revenue.
    • Identify the contents of a table drop box.
    • Note how a TITO system functions.
    • Recognize the different accounting principles.
    • Recall which accounting system incorporates the concept of being out of balance.
    • Note the source of the information for the trial balance.
    • Recall the definition of revenue in the gaming industry.
    • Identify the operations within a casino that can produce a deferred revenue liability.
    • Note the proper accounting for the different types of comps, promotional allowances, and deals offered to customers.
    • Identify the situations in which a Form W-4 is used.
    • Recognize the methods used to calculate employee compensation.
    • Recall the timing of payroll tax deposits under the different deposit schedules.
    • Note how the FUTA tax is calculated.
    • State the reasons why a casino might accept a write-down on a marker.
    • Note why the direct write-off method is not the best way to account for bad debts.
    • Recall the costs that can be capitalized into a fixed asset.
    • Note the intent behind using the mid-month convention.
    • Identify the calculations used for accelerated depreciation methods.
    • Recall the proper accounting for idle assets.
    • Identify the situations in which interest capitalization should be used.
    • Note the correct accounting treatment of loan commitment fees.
    • Recall which information is listed in a loan amortization table.
    • Note the different types of theft that can arise in a casino.
    • Identify the controls that can apply to comps, markers, bingo, and dealers.
    • Recognize the logging mechanisms used to identify currency transaction reporting issues.
    • Recognize the line items used in each of the financial statements.
    • State the requirements for being subject to the Bank Secrecy Act, and the reporting requirements associated with it.

Chapter 1
Gaming Operations

• Recognize the factors that can impact the level of gaming taxes.
• Identify the different types of games.
• Note the responsibilities of a casino controller.
• Recognize the responsibilities of the cage staff, and the types of transactions that they handle.
• State the types of transactions used to supply chips to and remove cash from a gaming table.
• Recognize the calculation for gross gaming revenue.
• Identify the contents of a table drop box.
• Note how a TITO system functions.

Chapter 2
The System of Accounting

• Recognize the different accounting principles.
• Recall which accounting system incorporates the concept of being out of balance.
• Note the source of the information for the trial balance.

Chapter 3
Gaming-Specific Accounting

• Recall the definition of revenue in the gaming industry.
• Identify the operations within a casino that can produce a deferred revenue liability.
• Note the proper accounting for the different types of comps, promotional allowances, and deals offered to customers.

Chapter 4
Payroll Accounting

• Identify the situations in which a Form W-4 is used.
• Recognize the methods used to calculate employee compensation.
• Recall the timing of payroll tax deposits under the different deposit schedules.
• Note how the FUTA tax is calculated.

Chapter 5
Receivables and Payables Accounting

• State the reasons why a casino might accept a write-down on a marker.
• Note why the direct write-off method is not the best way to account for bad debts.

Chapter 6
Fixed Asset Accounting

• Recall the costs that can be capitalized into a fixed asset.
• Note the intent behind using the mid-month convention.
• Identify the calculations used for accelerated depreciation methods.
• Recall the proper accounting for idle assets.

Chapter 7
Interest Capitalization

Identify the situations in which interest capitalization should be used.

Chapter 8
Debt Accounting

• Note the correct accounting treatment of loan commitment fees.
• Recall which information is listed in a loan amortization table.

Chapter 9
Controls and Policies

• Note the different types of theft that can arise in a casino.
• Identify the controls that can apply to comps, markers, bingo, and dealers.
• Recognize the logging mechanisms used to identify currency transaction reporting issues.

Chapter 10
Financial Reports

Recognize the line items used in each of the financial statements.

Chapter 11
Reporting Requirements

State the requirements for being subject to the Bank Secrecy Act, and the reporting requirements associated with it.
Course Contents :

Chapter 1 - Gaming Operations

Types of Games

Casino Organizational Structure

Organization Charts

Job Titles

Physical Organization – Casino

Physical Organization – Card Room

Table Game Operations

Table Inventory

Fill Transactions

Credit Slip Transactions

Ending Reconciliation

Foreign Chips

Player Rating System

Table Drop Boxes

Slot Machine Operations

Tokens

Slot Clubs

Slot Drop

Hard Drop

Currency Acceptor Drop

Slot Gaming Revenue Calculation

Keno Operations

Race and Sports Book Operations

Bingo Operations

Casino Credit

Markers

Rim Play

Marketing Activities

Cashier Reconciliations

Chapter 2 - The System of Accounting

Financial Accounting Basics

Accounting Frameworks

Accounting Principles

The Accounting Cycle

Accounting Transactions

Types of Transaction Cycles

Source Documents

Double Entry Accounting

The Accounting Equation

Journal Entries

The Accruals Concept

The Chart of Accounts

Major Journal Entries

The Ledger Concept

Posting to the General Ledger

General Ledger Overview

The Trial Balance

The Trial Balance Format

The Extended Trial Balance

Accrual Basis of Accounting

Chapter 3 - Gaming-Specific Accounting

Revenue Recognition

Deferred Revenue

Breakage

Track Fees

Discounts on Losses

Accounting for Jackpots

Jackpot Insurance

Accounting for Unpaid Winners

Loyalty and Incentive Programs

Discretionary Incentives

Nondiscretionary Incentives – Cash Redemption Allowed

Nondiscretionary Incentives – Free Play Only

Nondiscretionary Incentives – Multiple Redemption Options

Reporting Considerations

Promotional Allowances

Advertising

Gaming Chips and Tokens

Licensing and Preopening Costs

Gaming License Costs

Preopening Costs

Tax Impact of Customer Credit

Deferred Income Taxes

Cocktail Service

Transfer Pricing

Coin Booth

Drop Accounting

Chapter 4 - Payroll Accounting

Employee Time Tracking

Gross Pay Calculations

Hourly Rate Plan

Overtime

Tips

Types of Payroll Taxes

Social Security Tax

Medicare Tax

Unemployment Taxes

Income Tax Withholdings

Benefits and Other Deductions

Net Pay

Remitting Payroll Taxes

Types of Tax Deposit Schedules

Monthly Deposit Schedule

Semiweekly Deposit Schedule

Federal Unemployment Deposit Schedule

Remittance Method

The Form 941 Quarterly Federal Tax Return

State Tax Remittances

Payments to Employees

The Payroll Register

Form W-2

Payroll Journal Entries

Types of Payroll Journal Entries

Primary Payroll Journal Entry

Accrued Wages

Manual Paycheck Entry

Employee Advances

Accrued Vacation Pay

Tax Deposits

Chapter 5 - Receivables and Payables Accounting

Accounting for Accounts Receivable

Collections

Calculating and Recording Bad Debts

Direct Write-Off Method

Allowance for Doubtful Accounts

Accounting for Accounts Payable

The 1099 Vendor

Chapter 6 - Fixed Asset Accounting

What are Fixed Assets?

Fixed Asset Classifications

Accounting for Fixed Assets

The Capitalization Limit

The Base Unit

The Initial Measurement of a Fixed Asset

The Purpose of Depreciation

Depreciation Concepts

Accelerated Depreciation

Sum-of-the-Years’ Digits Method

Double-Declining Balance Method

Straight-Line Method

Units of Activity Method

The Depreciation of Land

The Depreciation of Land Improvements

Depreciation Accounting Entries

Accumulated Depreciation

Asset Impairment Under GAAP

Measurement of Asset Impairment

The Asset to be Tested

Timing of the Impairment Test

Accounting for the Impairment of an Asset Group

Asset Derecognition

Abandoned Assets

Asset Disposal Accounting

Slot Participation Agreements

Chapter 7 - Interest Capitalization

Overview of Capitalized Interest

When to Capitalize Interest

The Interest Capitalization Period

The Capitalization Rate

Calculating Interest Capitalization

Chapter 8 - Debt Accounting

Basic Debt Accounting

The Amortization Schedule

Reconciling the Debt Account

Chapter 9 - Controls and Policies

Types of Gaming Theft

Accounting Controls

Controls

Comp Controls

Credit Controls

Front Money

Bingo Controls

Keno Controls

Race and Sports Book Controls

Slot Machine Controls

Dealer Controls

Chip and Token Controls

Table Game Controls

Ticket Controls

Collection Controls

Key Access Controls

Count Team Controls

Physical Access Controls

Vault Controls

Supervisor Controls

Surveillance Controls

Form Controls

Information Technology Controls

Money Laundering Controls

Internal Audit

Indicators of Control Weaknesses

Policies

Credit Policy

Credit Write-Off Policy

Fixed Asset Disposal Policy

Jackpot Approval Policy

Winnings Claim Period Policy

Ticket Payout Redemption Period

Chapter 10 - Financial Reports

Calculation of Income Statement

The Income Statement

The Balance Sheet

The Statement of Cash Flows

Statement Requirements

Reporting Classifications

The Direct Method

The Indirect Method

Financial Statement Disclosures

Profit Center Reporting

Other Accounting Reports

Chapter 11 - Reporting Requirements

Treatment as a Financial Institution

Currency Transaction Report

Suspicious Activity Report

Customer Reporting Avoidance Strategies

Transaction Tracking

Multiple Transaction Log

Check Register

Credit Management System

Player Rating System

Wire Transfer Log

Winnings Reporting Forms

Glossary

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