Intermediate Accounting, Volume 1

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, Apr 12, 2002 - Accounting - 768 pages
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What is intermediate accounting all about? There is a vast body of knowledge that must be mastered before you can account for the activities of an enterprise. It is the nitty-gritty course where it all happens. Every important financial accounting topic is included in this textbook. The book is a blend of technical knowledge; professional judgement; non-GAAP situations; a Canadian agenda; and an international view. In this book, the authors have taken a fresh look at the realities of Canadian business practice. A series of annual reports accompany this text as a value-added supplement.

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Introduction 37
Professional Judgement in Accounting 41

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