CPA 2012 FAR: How to Pass the CPA Exams After Studying for Two Weeks Without Anxiety

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T.SMITH
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The author successfully passed the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst), CPA (Certified Public Accountant), and FRM (Financial Risk Manager) exams "WITHOUT ANY RETAKES". Based on a true experience, the author also wrote how to pass the CFA exams after studying for two weeks.
 

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Contents

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING
Basic theory and financial reporting
Sources of GAAP and basic framework and concepts
Income and Retained Earnings Statement Formats
Comprehensive income
Statement of cash flows
Firsttime adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS 
Inventories 
Variable Interest Entities VIEs 
Working capital and its components 
Foreign currency accounting 
Segment reportintng 
Present values and annuities 
Leases 
Investment in debt securities 
Discount or Premium

Fixed assets 
Accounting for nonmonetary exchanges 
Depreciable assets and depreciation 
Marketable securities 
Impairment 
Derivatives Instruments and Hedging Activities 
SEC reporting 
matching of revenue and expenses
Correcting and adjusting accounts 
Longterm construction contracts 
Accounting for installment sales 
Partnerships 
Financial reporting and changing prices 
Business combinations consolidations 
Intercompany transactions 
Combined financial statements push down accounting 
Troubled debt restructurings 
Pension plans 
Contingencies 
Ratio Analysis 
Accounting for income taxes 
Stockholders equity 
Earnings per share 
Interim Reporting 
Segment Reporting
GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING OVERVIEW
Modified accrual accounting 
Governmental funds 
Fiduciary funds
Notforprofit organizations 
How to Pass the CPA Exams After Studying for Two Weeks Without Anxiety

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