by George Macfarland, Robert Ayars
Publisher: McGraw Hill 1947
Number of pages: 787
This text undertakes to provide 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. Additional illustrative material should strengthen and clarify the presentation, particularly in connection with such subjects as analysis of proprietorship, adjustments, bad debts, depreciation, corporations and payroll.
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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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