Case Study: The Case of Goodwill Impairment at Jackson Enterprises
By: Casey McNellis, Ronald Premuroso, & Robert Houmes
This writing assessment is designed to enhance your research skills using the FASB Codification and improve your graduate level writing skills. Academic writing is different from general writing. Login credentials to the FASB Codification are provided in the syllabus under Class Guidelines.
You are strongly advised to start this project early in the semester and engage the help of UMUC Writing Tutors. Every graduate accounting course offers free UMUC writing tutors. Register for a writing tutor at the beginning of the semester and submit drafts of this assignment for guidance. Upon receiving guidance from a UMUC writing tutor, improve your next draft, and resubmit your paper for additional guidance. Writing is an iterative process whereby you plan, research, write, edit, research more if needed, rewrite, edit, and rewrite until you have created a clear, concise, and correct paper.