Accountants' Handbook

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D. R. Carmichael, Steven B. Lilien, Martin Mellman
Wiley, Jan 16, 1991 - Business & Economics - 1440 pages
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Known as the accountant's ``Bible,'' it has now been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the latest financial reporting and corporate accounting procedures in one volume. Authoritative contributors from the Big Eight accounting firms cover all the essential topics and issues related to financial reporting with the emphasis on analysis and interpretation, rather than restatements of standards and pronouncements. In addition, it will be more practice-oriented with real-world examples and illustrations, and will now be supplemented annually, so you'll never be out of date or out of touch with the latest procedures in the accounting field.

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The Framework of Financial Accounting Concepts and Standards
Financial Accounting Regulation and Organizations
SEC Reporting Requirements

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Lilien is chairman of The Stan Ross Department of Accountancy and the Weissman Professor of Accountancy at the Zicklin School of Business, Bernard M. Baruch College, The City University of New York.

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