Advanced Financial Accounting

Advanced Financial Accounting

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This text is designed for a one- or two-term course in Advanced Financial Accounting. *Advanced Financial Accounting is the product of over 15 years of self-publishing experience by two of Canada's most prolific accounting authors. The book takes a practical, user-friendly approach to advanced topics in accounting. Basic concepts are introduced at the beginning of each chapter and are then supported by extensive examples throughout. *Reviewers have universally praised the book's coverage of consolidations, with many lauding it as the best on the market. The authors' approach to consolidations involves the use of direct calculations of the relevant balances using conceptually based definitions. This approach provides students with a better understanding of the procedures that are being used in the preparation of consolidated financial statements. It is also a favourable alternative to the worksheet approach for students who must deal with consolidated financial statements on professional examinations.show more

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  • Paperback | 872 pages
  • 210 x 276mm | 4,090g
  • Pearson Canada, Toronto
  • Prentice-Hall (Canada)
  • Scarborough, Canada
  • 4th edition
  • 013089611X
  • 9780130896117

Table of contents

1. Business Combinations and Long-Term Investments: Introduction and Overview. 2. Long-Term Investments. 3. Business Combinations. 4. Consolidated Balance Sheet at Acquisition. 5. Consolidation Subsequent to Acquisition. (No Unrealized Intercompany Profits) 6. Consolidation Subsequent to Acquisition. (Including Unrealized Intercompany Profits) 7. Interests in Joint Ventures (New Chapter). 8. Advanced Topics in Consolidations (Only on CD). 9. Translation of Foreign Currency Transactions. 10. Translation of Foreign Currency Financial Statements. 11. Accounting for Income Taxes: Basic Concepts and Procedures. 12. Accounting for Taxes: Additional Issues. 13. Accounting for Partnerships. 14. Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations. 15. Financial Instruments. Appendix. Solutions to Exercises and Self-Study Problems.show more