Principles of Accounting Complete with Student C D 8th Edition: Text with Free Student CD

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Houghton Mifflin, Aug 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 1249 pages
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Principles of Accounting leads the market with balanced, flexible content supported by an array of truly integrated print and technology supplements. Whether an instructor wants to present a user or procedural orientation, incorporate new instructional strategies, develop students' core skills and competencies, or integrate technology into the classroom, the 2002e edition provides a total solution. Because most students taking the introductory accounting course are business majors, the new edition focuses on the business relevance of accounting, emphasizing decision making and analysis. The integrated text and technology program allows students and instructors to take advantage of opportunities created by new instructional technologies. New co-author Susan Crosson, coordinator of the accounting department at Santa Fe Community College and chair of the Two-Year College Section of the American Accounting Association, enhances the text with her expertise in managerial accounting and instructional technology.

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Contents

Uses of Accounting Information
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Sept 1 374400 Chapter 20 Problems
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Focus on Business Practice
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Copyright

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