Accounting Principles: A Business Perspective, Financial Accounting
by James Don Edwards, Roger H. Hermanson
Publisher: Global Text Project 2014
Number of pages: 433
This book teaches you the 'language of business' so you understand terms and concepts used in business decisions. If you understand how accounting information is prepared, you will be in an even stronger position when faced with a management decision based on accounting information.
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by Eugene R. Vinal - The Biddle business pub
It is obvious that the accountant has no time for algebraic studies. To prepare a book for those who have not had these advantages and who nevertheless are promising students, all the work must be reduced to a basis of arithmetic and common sense.
by Larry M. Walther, Christopher J. Skousen - BookBoon
This book introduces accounting for current liabilities, such as, notes payable, contingent liabilities, and employer responsibilities related to payroll. Long-term obligations are introduced relating to long-term notes, annuities, and bonds.
From the table of contents: Principles of accounting; Introduction to accountancy; The Accounting Equation; Double entry; Debtors (an asset); Creditors (a liability); Prepayments (an asset); Accruals (debt or credit); Depreciation (an expense).
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This text provides a first-year course in accounting, with accepted principles of accounting arranged in an orderly fashion to capture the student's interest, to hold it, and to anticipate his difficulties so that unnecessary questions are avoided.