Accountants' Handbook, 2011 Cumulative Supplement
Accountants continue to find it difficult to keep abreast of the flood of issuances by FASB and AICPA, as well as the numerous interpretations and bulletins issued to explain them. This highly regarded reference is relied on by a considerable part of the accounting profession in their day-to-day work. Accountants, auditors, bankers, lawyers, financial analysts, and other preparers and users of accounting information will turn to this resource again and again for reliable answers to questions on accounting and financial reporting.
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CASH LOANS AND INVESTMENTS REVISED
CHAPTER 18A TRANSFERS OF FINANCIAL ASSETS NEW
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS REVISED
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
CHAPTER 43A FAIR VALUE MEASUREMENTS NEW
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