Financial Accounting: A Course for All Majors

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Information Age Publishing, 2010 - Business & Economics - 219 pages
Financial Accounting: A Course for All Majors was written for general education classes that include students from all disciplines. Chapters are concise so that students will actually take the time to read them; the writing style is nontechnical and informal so that all majors can comprehend the material; the numerical examples stress the key concepts but avoid unnecessary complications that can be an impediment to learning. Many financial accounting textbooks are user-oriented. This book is student-oriented. It was designed for students who may only take one financial accounting course; if they do not complete the course, financial accounting will always be a mystery to them and they will remain financially illiterate. This book strives to make financial accounting accessible to all majors so that they can improve their financial literacy and make better, more informed, financial decisions in their personal and professional lives. This book can be used as the primary textbook in a survey course, or as a supplemental resource in any course that requires a solid foundation in financial accounting. It will also be a useful primer for any manager who needs to refresh their knowledge of financial accounting.

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