Introduction to Accounting : A User Perspective
This text emphasizes why accounting is important and how it is used by economic decision makers. Twelve chapters cover financial accounting and ten chapters cover management accounting topics.
- Hardback | 992 pages
- 216.4 x 284.7 x 44.2mm | 2,488.23g
- 01 Jan 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
Table of contents
F1. Introduction To Business In The United States. F2. Economic Decision Making. F3. The Balance Sheet: Initial Financing-Investments by Owners. F4. The Balance Sheet (Continued): Additional Financing-Borrowing from Others. F5. Income Statement and Statement of Owners Equity. F6. Keeping Score: Bases of Economic Measurement. F7. Accumulating Accounting Data. F8. Challenging Issues Under Accrual Accounting: Long-Lived Depreciable Assets-A Closer Look. F9. Challenging Issues Under Accrual Accounting: Merchandise Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold. F10. The Balance Sheet and Income Statement: A Closer Look. F11. Tools of the Trade Part III The Statement of Cash Flows: Bringing the Focus Back to Cash. F12. Financial Statement Analysis. M1. Management Accounting: Its Environment and Future. M2. Classifying Costs. M3. Determining Costs of Products. M4. Cost Behavior. M5. Business Decisions Using Cost Behavior. M6. Making Decisions Using Relevant Information. M7. The Capital Budget: Evaluating Capital Expenditures. M8. The Operating Budget. M9. Standard Costing. M10. Evaluating Performance.