Financial Accounting, Study Guide

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 11, 2012 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
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This successful book continues to provide accountants with an understanding of the fundamental concepts necessary to use accounting effectively. The sixth edition offers new discussions on IFRS, including new codification numbers, examples of IFRS financial statements, and additional exercises. A look at more recent frauds such as the Bernie Madoff scandal have been added. Enhanced discussions of ethics and international accounting are presented. The coverage of non-cash items and their impact on decision making has been expanded. In addition, comprehensive case studies and problems help accountants tie the material together.
  

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Contents

Adjusting the Accounts
3-1
Completing the Accounting Cycle
4-3
Edition by Jerry J Weygandt Paul D Kimmel and Donald E Kieso The material in the study
4-9
Accounting for Merchandising Operations
5-1
Inventories
6-1
Fraud Internal Control and Cash
7-1
Accounting for Receivables
8-1
Plant Assets Natural Resources and Intangible Assets
9-1
Organizations Stock Transactions Dividends and Retained Earnings
11-1
Investments
12-1
Statement of Cash Flows
13-1
Financial Statement Analysis
14-1
AppendixD Time Value of Money
D-1
AppendixE Payroll Accounting
E-1
AppendixF Subsidiary Ledgers and Special Journals
F-3
Appendix G Other Significant Liabilities
G-3

Liabilities
9-6
All asterisked items relate to material contained in the Appendix to the chapter
10-1

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