Basic Accounting for Lawyers
American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education, 1988 - Accounting - 266 pages
This fourth edition provides the most basic information needed to understand accounting and treats the most current issues in accounting principles, practices and procedures. It is both an introductory text for the practitioner who is not versed in the ways of accounting and an update for those who have some basic knowledge of accounting.
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accepted accounting principles accounting policies note Accounting Research Bulletins accounting rules AICPA aliCaba amendment of FASB amortization amount analysis APB Opinion ARB 43 Restatement audit auditor balance sheet bank basis bookkeeping Business Combinations capital cash flows cent changes consolidated cost current assets current liabilities depreciation disclosed disclosure dividends Earnings per Share effect equity expense FASB Interpretation FASB Technical Bulletin FIFO financial position Financial Reporting financial statements fixed assets futures contracts GAAP goodwill Hot Dog Enterprises hot dog stand income statement Income Taxes inflation intangible interest interpretation of APB inventory investment issues lease LIFO Littlechap loan Long-Term Debt ments method nonmonetary off-balance-sheet Payable pension plan period plan assets purchase ratio receivables recorded Research Bulletins Chapter Restatement and Revision result retained earnings revenue recognition Securities shareholders sold statement of cash statement of operations stock option supra tion transactions treasury stock