Financial Statements: A Step-by-step Guide to Understanding and Creating Financial Reports

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Career Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 223 pages
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS is the perfect guide for every nonfinancial manager or entrepreneur who needs to know more about the flow of cash and product. Its straightforward, visual style takes the mystery out of the subject. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS clues you in to specialized vocabulary, and convinces you that it's not rocket science, but a convenient standardized way to define your enterprise and measure its performance.

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If you find yourself needing to have a conceptual understand of financial statements, what they tell, how they are put together, and how they can be interpreted, it is hard to go wrong with this engaging, approachable book. Read full review

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A colleague years ago explained - in about 25 words - the concept of double-entry accounting. If you don't understand that basic concept and aren't prepared to explain it to anyone you meet then this ... Read full review


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Thomas R. Ittleson is a scientist, businessman, author, and teacher with many years of hands-on experience in business development and marketing for technical companies. As a consultant to entrepreneurs, Ittelson has written business plans and prepared financial projections that have helped raise more than $500 million in start-up equity capital.

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