Accounting for Non-Accountants: The Fast and Easy Way to Learn the Basics

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2006 - Business & Economics - 226 pages
3 Reviews
Accounting for Non-Accountants is the perfect accounting guide for anyone who has never taken an accounting class, and has no idea what a balance sheet, income statement, or statement of cash flow is.

Dr. Wayne Label covers it all, in a style that's easy to understand and apply. This guide will help you get your accounting system up and running and your business needs satisfied.

Topics covered include:

-- Income Statements
-- Statements of Cash Flow
-- Balance Sheets
-- Assets & Liabilities
-- Double-Entry Bookkeeping
-- Debits & Credits
-- Audits & Auditors
-- And everything else beginners need to know

For entrepreneurs or anyone who needs to brush up on accounting fast, this book is an essential resource for the businessperson's shelf.
  

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Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1
Introducing Accounting and Financial Statements
3
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
13
The Balance Sheet and Its Components
25
The Income Statement
45
Preparing and Using a Statement of Cash Flows
65
DoubleEntry Accounting
75
Using Financial Statements for LongTerm Analysis
137
Budgeting for Your Business
149
Audits and Auditors
159
Internet for Accountants
171
Financial StatementsStation Casinos Inc
175
Index
221
About the Author
227
Back Cover
231

The Corporation
101
Using Financial Statements for ShortTerm Analysis
125

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