Wiley CPA Examination Review Focus Notes: Financial Accounting and Reporting

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 1, 2006 - Study Aids - 272 pages
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The new computerized CPA exam became effective in 2004. Focus Notes provides a review of all the basic skills and concepts tests on the CPA exam and teaches important strategies to take the exam faster and more accurately. The FAR section of the exam will cover accounting principles generally accepted in the United States for businesses, not-for-profit organizations and governmental entities. Wiley Focus Notes are designed to provide that knowledge in formats that are easy to understand and remember.
 

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Contents

Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 7 Basic Concepts
1
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 8 Inventories
26
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 9 Fixed Assets
49
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 10 Receivables
72
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 11 Leases
95
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 12 Deferred Taxes
127
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 13 Stockholders Equity
133
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 14 Investments
158
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 15 Statement of Cash Flows
166
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 16 Consolidated Statements
174
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 17 Derivative Instruments
184
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 18 Segment Reporting
188
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 19 Governmental Accounting
209
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Module 20 NotForProfit Accounting
251
Focus Notes Financial Accounting and Reporting Index
263
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About the author (2006)

Less Antman, CPA has been preparing individuals for the CPA exam since 1979. For many years, he taught CPA review classes on a full-time basis for various programs, including Mark's CPA Review Course and Kaplan CPA Review. He currently operates his own CPA review program in the state of California, under the name Antman CPA Review, located in Arcadia, California. He has taught more than 5,000 totally live CPA review classes, more than any other CPA review instructor in the United States, and his written materials have been used in several different instructor-based CPA review programs.

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