Financial Accounting as a Second Language

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Wiley, Aug 25, 2008 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
Accounting may be challenging, but with training and practice students can come out of a financial accounting course having achieved success! With David Weiner’s Financial Accounting as a Second Language, students will get the practice and training they need to better understand fundamental principles, build confidence, and solve problems.

The goal of this title is to: introduce the language of accounting, explain the core concepts of accounting, and learn how to apply these core concepts to solve accounting problems. Developed by David Weiner through his forty year teaching career, this text is filled with study skills, techniques, and strategies used help students learn the core concepts of accounting and get the grades they deserve.

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DAVID WEINER is a Professor of Accounting at the University of San Francisco. He previously was a staff accountant for Arthur Anderson & Co.

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