Introduction to Financial Accounting
Edition: 9th 2006 (Revised)
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Description: Introductory Financial Accounting, 9eprovides a unique and perfect blend of robust financial statement analysis with early statement of cash flows coverage. It is directed at those who will analyze real financial statements, and make business decisions based upon that analysis. Real statements are used throughout (Starbucks). Statement of Cash Flows comes earlier in this book than most.Material is focused on analysis of financial statements - ratios introduced early and often, special ldquo;Portfoliordquo; section provides a ldquo;road maprdquo; to financial statement analysis, and special section in end-of-chapter problems focuses on analyzing financial statements (using Starbucks financial statements). Features strong coverage of statement of cash flows (Ch 5) --an essential financial statement, one of growing importance, and should be regarded as a basic statement.For financial accountants.
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List price: $198.67
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/11/2005
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 1.00" tall
|The Fundamentals of Accounting|
|Entities and Balance Sheets|
|Income Measurement: The Accrual Basis|
|The Recording Process: Journals and Ledgers|
|Accounting Adjustments and Financial Statement Preparation|
|Accounting Cycle: Recording and Formal Presentation|
|Major Elements Of Basic Financial Statements|
|Sales Revenue, Cash, and Accounts Receivable|
|Valuing Inventories, Cost of Goods Sold, and Gross Profit|
|Internal Control and Ethics|
|Long-Lived Assets and Depreciation|
|Liabilities and Interest|
|Statement of Cash Flows|
|Additional Elements Of Financial Statements|
|Intercorporate Investments, Including Consolidations|
|Income Taxes, Including Interperiod Allocation|
|Analysis of Financial Statements|
|Financial Statements: Conceptual Framework and Income Measurement|
|Wal-Mart Annual Report|