Understanding the Bottom Line: Finance for Nonfinancial Managers and Business Owners

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Career Press
Career Press, 1993 - Business & Economics - 123 pages
Once, managers, supervisors and business owners in nonfinancial fields could leave accounting and other financial issues to the number crunchers. But in today's business climate, your career success depends on your ability to make intelligent, informed business decisions based on a clear understanding of financial accountability - no matter what field you're in!

"Understanding the Bottom Line" is a concise, easy-to-follow guide to standard accepted accounting principles that leads you through the murky haze of jargon and terminology to a competent knowledge of finance and accounting. This second edition features new case studies for small business owners and a new section on developing a company or departmental budget.

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Contents

Understanding and Using Financial Statements
1
Analyzing Financial Statements
23
Setting Standards and Taking Corrective Action
47
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