by Sidney Stanley Dawson
Publisher: Pitman & sons, ltd 1920
Number of pages: 312
In the preparation of the matter set out in succeeding pages, it has been assumed that the reader has a general knowledge of the theory of book-keeping, and the aim has been to submit, as an introduction to the practical application of the science of accounting, the general features of the more important sections of accounts to which that application may be directed.
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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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