Introduction to accounting: a user perspective
Prentice Hall, 2000 - Business & Economics - 956 pages
This introduction to accounting and its significant role in making sound business decisions trains readers in becoming wise users, not necessarily preparers of accounting information -- a strong user-based approach that's endorsed and supported by the AECC.
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accounting equation accounting information accrual accounting accrual basis accrual basis accounting allocation amount analysis Assume balance sheet bank basis of accounting bonds borrowing Calculate cash basis cash flows chapter common stock company's contribution income statement contribution margin Debit Credit debt December 31 depreciation expense determine direct labor direct material Discussion Questions dividend Ending December ending inventory equipment estimated Exhibit Explain factors financial statements fixed cost following information Gap Inc income tax interest rate investment investors issued January loan loss machine management accounting Matching Principle merchandise inventory month multistep income statement Notes Payable Operating Expenses Owner's Equity owners paid partnership payment percent preferred stock Prepare product cost proprietorship purchase ratio recognized record relevant cost rent REQUIRED retained earnings revenue selling price shares statement of cash statement of stockholders Total Assets Total Liabilities transactions treasury stock variable cost work-in-process inventory