By Tony Davies & Ian Crawford
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
433 Pages, Illustrated
$99.50 Paper Original
With a clear and comprehensive style, this text leads readers through their studies of Financial Accounting step-by-step, perfectly balancing theory and real-life practice.
It includes topical coverage of corporate governance, international accounting standards, statement of principles (SOP), e-business, and information technology as they apply to financial accounting.
This lively and up-to-date text is perfect for introductory financial accounting modules delivered as part of a business degree or MBA programmes and is full of examples, exercises and cases studies to aid students' understanding of the subject.
Chapter 1 The importance of financial accounting
Chapter 2 Classifying and recording financial transactions
Chapter 3 Financial statements of limited companies: balance sheet
Chapter 4 Financial statements of limited companies: income statement
Chapter 5 Financial statements of limited companies: statement of cash flows
Case Study I
Chapter 6 Corporate governance
Chapter 7 Financial statements analysis
Case Study II
Chapter 8 Annual report and accounts
Chapter 9 Financing the business Case Study III
Appendix 1 IFRSs and IASs
Appendix 2 Solutions to selected exercises
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