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Accounting for dummies
Accounting for dummies
Tracy, John A.2016
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Features the lastest information on accounting methods and standards, and explains how to avoid fraud, analyze profits, prepare financial reports, manage budgets, and determine product costs. --Publisher's description.
Main title:
Accounting for dummies / by John A. Tracy, CPA.
Edition:
6th edition.
Imprint:
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016
Collation:
xv, 382 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series title:
Notes:
Includes index and glossary.
Contents:
Opening the Books on Accounting: Accounting Spoken Here -- Introducing financial statements -- Keeping the books and guarding the family jewels -- Knowing the accounting entity -- Exploring Financial Statements: Reporting profit or loss -- Reporting financial condition in the balance sheet -- Reporting cash sources and uses in the statement of cash flows -- Financial accounting issues -- Getting a financial report ready for release -- Reading a financial report -- Inside information for managers only -- Analyzing profit -- Accounting for costs -- Budgeting -- Ten tips for managers -- Ten tips for reading a financial report Checking Your Preconceptions about Accounting; Thinking about where assets come from; Asking about profit; Sorting out stereotypes of accountants; Providing Vital Financial Information; Recognizing users of accounting information; Using accounting in your personal financial life; Seeing accounting at work; Taking a Peek behind the Scenes.
ISBN:
9781119245483
Dewey class:
657
Language:
English
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Beaumaris LibraryComputers and Business657 TRAAvailable
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