Fundamentals of Advanced Accounting

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McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2007 - Business & Economics - 618 pages
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Fundamentals of Advanced Accounting, 2/e is ideal for those schools wanting to cover 12 chapters in their advanced accounting course. Typically, this course covers 5-6 consolidations chapters, two foreign currency chapters, two partnership chapters, and 2-3 governmental and not-for-profit chapters. Fundamentals of Advanced Accounting boasts the same great assets that have made the authors' longer Advanced Accounting a success, including the incorporation of the latest FASB pronouncements, the integration of skill preparation for the new CPA exam, and of course, great authorship.

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could be better. some chapters are really hard to understand. Read full review


The Equity Method of Accounting
Accounting Procedures Used in Applying the Equity
Elimination of Unrealized Gains in Inventory

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Timothy S. Doupnik is Professor of Accounting at the University of South Carolina. Thomas F. Schaefer is the KPMG Professor of Accounting at the University of Notre Dame. Joe B. Hoyle is Associate Professor of Accounting at the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond, where he teaches Intermediate Accounting I and II and Advanced Accounting.

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