Financial Statement Analysis and Reporting

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PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., Jun 30, 2011 - 688 pages
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Primarily intended for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of commerce and management, this textbook aims to provide an exposition and sound principles for a technique and interpretation of the financial statements of business enterprises. It gives an intensive study on the management structure and reporting, seeking to answer the theme in an easy-to-understand manner.

The book brings into fore the various topics covering income and balance sheet concepts for financial reporting, evaluation of Accounting Standards, objectives, role of reporting in economic development, double entry system, stakeholders' criteria for decision making and all other areas of financial management.

Pedagogical Features:
Learning Objectives at the beginning of the chapters
Marginal Notes for a quick recap
Systematic discussion of the concepts endowed with illustrations and exhibits
Summary furnished at the end of the chapters to grasp the contents at the finger tips
Worked-out examples to develop the analytical and mathematical skills

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About the author (2011)

P. Mohana Rao (Ph.D.) was formerly Reader, Department of Commerce, Sri Krushna Chandra Gajapati (SKCG), an Autonomous College in Orissa. He has over three decades of teaching experience. Dr. Rao has authored Financial Statement Analysis and Reporting, Mercantile Law (for CPT course), and Fundamentals of Accounting for CPT--all published by PHI Learning. He has also published 30 articles and research papers in reputed journals and periodicals.

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